Twentieth Century Fox has, with a flourish, unveiled the first official look at The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, directed by and starring Ben Stiller.
In life, interrogating a suspect is boring, clinical work carried out under fluorescent lights, but in new clip from The Heat, an interrogation is carried out by Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy with the suspect dangling several stories above the ground, Batman-style.
If you're going to Vegas, you might as well put on a suit and give the whole endeavor some Sinatra-style class.
The latest poster for The Hangover Part III agrees. It puts Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, and Ed Helms in black and white ensembles for their return to the site of the Wolfpack's first misadventure.
The first clip from the comedy The To Do List starring Aubrey Plaza and a murderers' row of comedic talents has debuted online, but it actually feels more like a trailer for a clip.
The full theatrical trailer for next month's The Hangover Part III sets up the story for the Wolfpack's final comedic misadventure.
In doing so, the trailer demonstrates that the last installment in The Hangover saga will deviate from the formula established by the first two movies, while also providing the same brand of shenanigans from Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, and Ed Helms.
In order to drum up as much interest as possible in a new theatrical trailer arriving this Thursday and, by extension, the actual movie arriving May 24th, Warner Bros. has unveiled a pair of new posters for The Hangover Part III.
These latest posters put Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Ken Jeong front and center.
This Is the End contains many, many celebrity cameos and has a central cast that's stacked with big time movie stars.
Amid stiff competition, then, Jay Baruchel walks away with the best moment from an official clip that showcases him, Seth Rogen, James Franco, Craig Robinson, and Jonah Hill.
Opening in theaters on April 12th is the new drama Disconnect from documentary filmmaker Henry Alex Rubin (Murderball), which marks his narrative feature film debut. The film stars an excellent cast of actors including Jason Bateman (Identity Thief), Hope Davis (Reel Steal), Frank Grillo (The Grey), Andrea Riseborough (Never Let Me Go), Paula Patton (Jumping the Broom), Michael Nyqvist (Abduction), Alexander Skarsgard (Battleship), Max Thieriot (House at the End of the Street), and fashion designer Marc Jacobs making his acting film debut.
IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Jason Bateman to talk about his work on Disconnect, as well as the status of the previously announced Arrested Development movie. The hilarious actor discussed his new film, how the Internet has changed parenting, Henry Alex Rubin's narrative feature film debut, why actress Hope Davis is difficult to work with, not having a chance to meet most of the Disconnect cast, what his criteria is when choosing projects, Arrested Development, confirmation that the proposed film is not a done deal, how the upcoming Netflix series came together, it's connection to the upcoming movie, and how long fans will have to wait to see the film.
Synopsis: A romantic comedy about a charmingly modern family trying to survive a weekend wedding celebration that has the potential to become a full blown family fiasco. To the amusement of their adult children and friends, long divorced couple Don and Ellie Griffin are once again forced to play the happy couple for the sake of their adopted son’s wedding after his ultra conservative biological mother unexpectedly decides to fly halfway across the world to attend. With all of the wedding guests looking on, the Griffins are hilariously forced to confront their past, present and future – and hopefully avoid killing each other in the process.
In the new all-ages trailer for This Is The End, the world is indeed still ending, but with less potty mouth.
Also less cocaine tossing and graphic impalement.