There’s a new trailer out for Horrible Bosses 2 and do you think it looks as funny as the first one? I don’t know, there’s seems to be something missing from it for me. But then again, I hated Jennifer Aniston’s character in the first one and the fact that she is back is a turn off for me.
So while I won’t be going to see it on November 25th, will you be applying to see it then?
Corbin Bersen has gone from in front of the camera to behind it so he could write and direct Christian Mingle the Movie starring Lacey Chabert. I have a lot of faith that this romantic comedy will be sweet and enjoyable to watch from beginning to end. So why not sign up to see it when it comes out in October? I’ll be there!
The first trailer is out for Believe Me and the religious comedy looks anything but sacrilegious. Can I get an Amen?
So who else wants to attend services, I mean, go see the movie with me on September 26th?
The teaser trailer for Into the Woods was released today. I had no intention of seeing the musical before now, and I have even less interest of seeing the movie, that comes out on Christmas, after watching it.
It’s not that I thought it looks awful, I just saw the musical years ago and I hated it. I actually fell asleep watching it, but that’s me.
What did you think of it?
Vin Diesel was on Good Morning America today, and he started the morning off dancing for them. His moves remind me of those of a guy at a bar who thinks he all suave, but meanwhile us ladies are like no way in hell or at least after 3 drinks.
When Hot Tub Time Machine came out, I had to take a dip in that movie and I loved it. So when I heard they were doing a sequel, I was excited but nervous because I was afraid they might screw it up.
After watching the trailer for the sequel that comes out on Christmas, I can’t wait to see it. HTTM2 looks just as good if not better than original one.
BTW I guess I have to assume that John Cusack was holding the franchise down, and the real stars are lifting it up! Way to go Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Clark Duke.
Warner Bros released a new trailer for Into the Storm, and I can’t wait to see this Disaster movie when it comes out on August 8th. The film reminds of those awesome ’70s Disaster flicks, but modernized for 2014. Seriously, didn’t that airport scene just blow you away. No pun intended.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing just over 2 months ago and it has yet to be found. And even though we don’t know what happened to it yet, that isn’t stopping Rupesh Paul from asking people at Cannes to finance his movie about it. He even went as far as shooting a sizzle reel to get investors interested his project, The Vanishing Act.
According to Variety, Paul is asking for $3.5 million to make his film that should take about 35 days to shoot with around 200 actors in it. At this point it is unclear if anyone gave him the money he needs. But I am sure whenever CNN’s Jeff Zucker hears about it, he will take out his checkbook to finance it all. This way his news network can air it whenever there is no news about the real missing plane to fill in the dead air. Not trying to be insensitive with those last two words.
Would you play to see a movie about Flight 370 before the plane is actually found?
Frozen is a horror to parents all around the world because their kids can’t stop watching it and singing all the songs from it. Well, what if the children’s newest classic was really a horror movie? That is exactly what Bobby Burns did to it and if the little ones saw his trailer version for it, they would let it go, let it go.
The first trailer is out for Jersey Boys, and I can’t wait to see the movie based on the Broadway musical about The Four Seasons when it comes out on June 20th.
I don’t normally like Clint Eastwood films because they put me to sleep, but I don’t think I will be taking my eyes off of this one.
Will you go to see Jersey Boys when it comes out in June or will you be walking like a man to another movie?