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Full Trailer For ‘Joe Dirt 2’ Released
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David Spade in Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser

A full official trailer has been released for Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser, the sequel to the 2001 comedy that starred David Spade as the heavily mulleted title character.

The first trailer, a teaser running only 46 seconds, showed far less than this official trailer, which runs over two and a half minutes. The new trailer shows more of the Wizard of Oz-like storyline, in which a now happily married (with children) Joe Dirt gets whisked off by a twister and transported back in time to 1965. Now you want to see a Wizard of Oz remake where Dorothy gets sent to 1965, admit it.

You can read more about Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser and watch the full trailer below. Slight NSFW warning is in effect for language, though instead of being in the R-rated red band trailer zone it’s more of a PG-13…blue band trailer? Yeah, let’s go with that.

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Watch Now: First Trailer For ‘Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser’
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The first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated by some, not so anticipated by others sequel to David Spade‘s 2001 comedy Joe Dirt has been released online.

The movie, officially titled Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser, will be released on Sony’s free movie and TV show streaming service Crackle sometime this summer. In May of 2014 Spade was talking about trying to make the movie and getting actors from the first movie to return, but that they were aiming to release on Crackle and that meant the budget would be far lower. These budget cuts are apparent in the first teaser, but it still looks like it could be fun for fans of the original.

You can check out the first trailer and a poster for Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser below.

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Disney In Depth: 25 Best Disney Animated Film Voice Artists (Part 3)
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What do Jodi Benson, Jim Cummings, and Patrick Warburton have in common? They’re some of the greatest individuals to lend their voices to Disney animated films!

This final portion of my list of the 25 Best Disney Animated Film Voice Artists includes an eclectic mix of actors and actresses responsible for performing the studio’s most iconic characters. If you missed them, be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 first!

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‘Ted 2’ Trailer: Time To Legalize Ted!
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Ted 2 Ted, Mark Wahlberg, Amanda Seyfried

Universal Pictures has released the first trailer and images for Ted 2, Seth MacFarlane‘s sequel to his 2012 live-action directorial debut, Ted.

The trailer for Ted 2 here below, along with new images from the R-rated comedy.

Ted 2 sees Mark Wahlberg reprising his role as John Bennett, a man who’s childhood teddy bear comes to life as a foulmouthed sidekick and wreaks havoc on his life. In the new film, Ted (voiced by MacFarlane) and Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth) are happily married and ready to start a family, but when they try to have a baby, Ted finds out he must first prove in a court of law that he’s an actual person. Amanda Seyfried stars ss Ted’s lawyer, with Morgan Freeman playing an iconic civil rights lawyer, and Liam Neeson appearing in an unspecified role.

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Disney In Depth: 1964, A Definitive Disney Year
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Anniversaries signify dates of a celebratory nature. We reflect on the past and the importance of a milestone. In the Disney universe, certain years warrant attention for the amount of quality content produce and momentous occasions held. Some might argue 1989 was Disney’s biggest year, launching the “Disney renaissance” with the release of The Little Mermaid and also the opening of Disney’s fifth theme park (Disney-MGM Studios). Others would consider 1928 (the debut of Mickey Mouse), 1937 (the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), and 1955 (Disneyland’s opening) as equally significant. If we look into the future, 2015 may prove to be Disney’s most monumental year with new films from Lucasfilm, Marvel, Pixar and even a few major releases from Disney itself.

But how can anyone forget or dismiss 1964? This was the definitive Disney year in multiple realms. The events that took place during this 12-month period forever altered the landscape of The Walt Disney Company. 50 years later, I reason that the Disney we treasure today would not exist without the turning points that occurred in 1964.

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Watch This: NSFW Trailer For ‘Movie 43’ Starring Nearly Everyone In Hollywood
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Movie 43 Header- Leslie Libb, Justin Long, Jason Sudeikis

It’s hard to describe a movie like Movie 43, because there is no actual place to start. The comedy is a collection of shorts and skits directed by – take a deep breath now – Patrick Forsberg, Peter Farrelly, Elizabeth Banks, Steven Brill, Steve Carr, Tusty Cundieff, James Duffy, Griffin Dunne, James Gunn, Bob Odenkirk, and Brett Ratner. If you thought the directors list was big, just wait until you see the cast list.

This hilarious red band trailer features comedic acts that can only be described as vulgar, disgusting, provocative, offensive, and other repulsive adjectives you can think of. But it’s all for the sake of comedy, and this red band trailer reveals that Movie 43 has the potential to be a daring comedy. Check out the trailer and the actors involved below.

The film stars so many people, that it’s impossible to fit them in this opening text. Take a deeper breath than the one you took before, as this is the cast of Movie 43

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Watch Now: Seth MacFarlane’s ‘Ted’ Gets A Red Band Trailer
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Ted

A live-action comedy from Seth MacFarlane about a grown man and the relationship he shares with his best friend, a teddy bear that came to life as the result of a childhood wish and who spends most of his days cussing, getting high, and getting laid. Sounds like an awesome April Fools’ Day prank, but the truth of the matter is, it is anything but.

Two weeks after the premiere of its first poster, Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for Ted, which marks Family Guy/American Dad creator MacFarlane’s big-screen directorial debut.

You can watch the restricted trailer here below.

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First Poster For ‘Family Guy’ Creator Seth MacFarlane’s R-Rated Teddy Bear Comedy ‘Ted’
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Ted

Seth MacFarlane, creator of animated series Family Guy and American Dad!, was on hand at the South by Southwest film festival to show off the first footage from his upcoming feature film directorial debut, Ted.

The movie is said to be a hard R-rated comedy about a man whose childhood teddy bear comes to life, and happens to be a swear-happy pothead and troublemaker. It stars Mark Wahlberg as the man whose childhood wish comes true, and MacFarlane is playing the teddy bear via motion capture performance.

You can see the first poster for Ted by heading below.

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DVD Review: The Venture Brothers: Season 4 Vol 2
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The Venture Brothers: Season 4 Vol 2The Venture Brothers
Blu-ray | DVD
Created by Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer
Starring James Urbaniak, Patrick Warburton
Warner Bros Home Video
Release date: March 22, 2011

It’s time once again for another review of a Venture Brothers DVD set, this time with Season 4, Volume 2. I’ve gone on before about my love for this show, but I think this time I’m going to say exactly why I love this show so much. If you’re looking to see whether you should buy this DVD or not, yes, you should buy it. There are 8 great episodes on here that are well worth the money. If you’ve got a Blu-ray player, then definitely pick up the complete Season 4 Blu-ray, also on sale March 22, 2011. It’s very easy for me to recommend this show to anyone who likes comic books, action, old cartoons, new cartoons, and anything that makes you laugh.

I grew up watching Johnny Quest, and the whole show started as a parody of that show. The premise for Venture Bros. is essentially “What if Johnny Quest really existed, grew up, and turned out to be a failure in life.” It’s this central premise that drew me in at first, but it is the expansion of that premise that has kept me watching.

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DVD Review: The Venture Brothers Season 4, Volume 1
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The Venture Brothers
Season 4 Volume 1
DVD/Blu-ray
Created by: Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick
Staring: Patrick Warburton, James Urbaniak, Christopher McCulloch
Cartoon Network/Warner Brothers
Release Date: October 26, 2010

I’ll get the easy part out of the way up front; Yes, The Venture Brothers Season 4, Volume 1 is another great set of episodes from my favorite show on TV, so yes, I’m going to give this a guarded recommendation (I’ll explain the guarded part later). The eight episodes on this disc comprise the first half of season four, and while they may not be the best of the series, they are still very funny, and fans of the show are going to want to pick this up. If you haven’t seen the show before I would recommend starting at the beginning, because these episodes are built on a lot of things that have gone on in the show before.

I don’t know if I love the episodes on this disc as much as some of the other seasons. Certainly the absence of Brock Samson (voiced by Patrick Warburton) is a big reason why I don’t enjoy these as much. There are still a number of good episodes, particularly “Hansom Ransom” which features Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series) playing a very different kind of super-hero. Other standout episodes include “The Revenge Society” which features the return of Phantom Limb and which may be my favorite episode of the season, and “Self-Medication” which has Doc Venture joining a boy adventurer support group and has guest voices by Seth Green, John Hodgeman, and Patton Oswalt. There are good episodes just not as many as in previous seasons.

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