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‘The Disaster Artist’: New Trailer For Movie About The Making Of ‘The Room’ Released
The Movie God   |  

The Disaster Artist

An official trailer has been released for The Disaster Artist, the movie about the making of one of the best bad movies ever created, The Room.

We saw a teaser trailer for the movie back in July, which showed Tommy Wiseau (played by James Franco) hilariously doing multiple takes on one of the many memorable scenes from the original. This new trailer shows a lot more from the movie, including some more peeks at scenes which fans of the original will no doubt get a kick out of.

Read more about The Disaster Artist and check out the new trailer and a new poster below.

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Movie Review: The Little Hours
Dr. Zaius   |  

The Little Hours movie review

The Little Hours
Written & Directed by Jeff Baena
Starring Aubrey Plaza, Kate Micucci, John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon, Fred Armisen, Alison Brie, Nick Offerman, Dave Franco, Paul Reiser, Jemima Kirke, Paul Weitz
Gunpowder & Sky
Release date: June 30, 2017

When looking for inspiration for modern comedy, I know what you’re thinking… the 14th century! For The Little Hours, writer/director Jeff Baena turns to an odd source, Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron. Written in the late 1300s after the Bubonic Plague ripped Europe apart, The Decameron was a collection of novellas about ten young people living in a secluded villa. The atmosphere and period setting made me instinctively think of Monty Python and the Holy Grail while the tone of the comedy — sex-based and vulgar — brought to mind There’s Something About Mary and Superbad. Somehow these two angles come together to form an oddly unique film that is intriguing throughout and laugh out loud funny at times.

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‘GLOW’: Official Trailer For Netflix’s ’80s Women’s Wrestling Series Released
The Movie God   |  

Netflix's GLOW

Last August it was reported that Community star Alison Brie was set to star in GLOW, an ’80s women’s wrestling series coming to Netflix. The show is inspired by the real-life wrestling promotion of the same name, which stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.

Netflix has released an official trailer for the new series, which is set to be released next month. Also starring is Betty Gilpin, Marc Maron, Britney Young, and Sydelle Noel.

Continue below to read more about GLOW and watch the trailer.

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Alison Brie To Star In Netflix’s ’80s Women’s Wrestling Comedy ‘GLOW’
The Movie God   |  

G.L.O.W. Wrestling

One of Netflix’s upcoming original series is a comedy titled G.L.O.W., which stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling and is based on the real 1980s women’s wrestling promotion of the same name.

It’s being reported that the series has now found its lead, with Community star Alison Brie signing on for the role of a struggling actress in ’80s Los Angeles who finds herself taking part in the “glitter and spandex world” of women’s wrestling.

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‘Get A Job’ Trailer: Dusty Old Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick Comedy Finally Gets Pulled Off Shelf
eelyajekiM   |  

Get A Job starring Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick

Back in 2012, there was a little movie called Get A Job from director Dylan Kidd (Rodger Dodger, P.S.), starring Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick as twentysomething year olds with what they thought was excellent job security, only to realize that their jobs weren’t as secure as first thought. Going through the motions of finding a job, the film starts to reveal that it really isn’t so much about what the characters are struggling with, but more of a romantic comedy that uses the Great Recession as a subplot.

Then there is the fact that the film feels a little bit outdated, since production was completed way back in 2012, where it has since been sitting on the shelf at CBS Films. Now, we can finally see the film for what it is, in the newly release trailer. Check it out below.

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Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd Reprise ‘Back To The Future’ Roles In ‘LEGO Dimensions’
The Movie God   |  

LEGO Dimensions Back to the Future

The impressive voice cast has been announced for the upcoming video game LEGO Dimensions in the form of a new preview video.

While the cast is huge, it’s a specific part of the cast that’s particularly exciting. Among all the names, none other than Michael J. Fox is in the game, reprising his role as Marty McFly from Back to the Future. He’s also joined by co-star Christopher Lloyd, who of course voices Emmett “Doc” Brown. If you recall a handful of years ago, Telltale made their own episodic Back to the Future game, but Fox was unable to record for the game at the time, leading to them bringing in a surprisingly accurate impressionist for the job.

You can read a rundown of who joins Fox and Lloyd on the cast, including stars of The LEGO Movie, Doctor Who, Portal, and more, and also watch the voice cast announcement video below.

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‘Lip Sync Battle’: Will Arnett Vs Alison Brie
Olympus Athens   |  

Lip Sync Battle Will Arnett

“Everything Is Awesome” now that Lip Sync Battle is back! Our Thursday night dose of fun returns, thank goodness! Will Arnett (The Lego Movie, 30 Rock, Arrested Development) revealed his lip syncing prowess against Alison Brie (Community, Mad Men, The Lego Movie), delighting host LL Cool J and commentator Chrissy Teigen. Arnett performed “Who Let The Dogs Out” by Baja Men and “Everything Is Awesome” by Tegan and Sara featuring The Lonely Island. Brie strutted to “Shoop” by Salt N Pepa and “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj.

Watch the “awesomeness” below.

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‘Community’ Season 6 Is Happening After All
The Movie God   |  

Community - Season 5

Fans of the hit sitcom Community were pretty bummed out when the show was canceled recently after five seasons, significantly damaging hope for “six seasons and a movie.”

But these days being canceled isn’t necessarily a death sentence. With the rise of streaming media, other options exist. The hope that a company like Netflix or Hulu or Amazon will resurrect a dead series for their streaming service means faithful fans always have a little spark of hope.

For Community, that hope is now a reality. The comedy is indeed getting a season six after all, but its savior might not be who you were expecting.

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NBC Cancels Cult Favorite Comedy ‘Community’ After 5 Glorious Low-Rated Seasons


It looks like the doors of Greendale Community College are closing forever.

Today any hope for intelligent, innovative comedy finding a home at NBC was almost permanently nuked like a microwaved gremlin as the network has announced the long-dreaded yet tragically inevitable cancellation of the cult favorite comedy series Community only a few weeks after the conclusion of its fifth season.

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Blu-ray Review: The Kings Of Summer
Seandps   |  

The Kings of Summer Blu-ray

The Kings of Summer
Blu-ray | DVD
Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Written by Chris Galletta
Starring Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, Moises Arias, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, Marc Evan Jackson, and Alison Brie
CBS Films
Rated R | Running Time: 93 Minutes
Release Date: September 24, 2013

It’s time to go back to when you were just a kid. You just made it to high school and you have a whole new world ahead of you. You have your best friends, and of course you have that one girl that catches your eye and she’s all you ever think about. It’s also that time, when you are starting to rebel against your parents and their weird, but loving ways. Well, what if you have had enough of their crazy antics and decide to runaway and build your own place, deep in the woods, and live like kings, with no rules but your own.

In The Kings of Summer, we get to see what happens when you leave the comforts of home and go out to live on your own, with just your close friends nearby. The story follows two teenagers, Joe (Nick Robinson, Melissa and Joey) and Patrick (Gabriel Basson, Super 8), both of whom are sick of their parents. Joe, dealing with the loss of his mother and a father Frank (Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation) he can’t seem to connect with, and Patrick, whose parents (Megan Mullally, Will and Grace l Marc Evan Jackson, Suit Up, are a little too happy and nice at times.

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