Attention all Cory and Topanga fans! Get a load of this 30-second clip from the new Disney Channel sitcom, Girl Meets World, that's guaranteed to make anyone who came of age in the 90s feel like an ancient relic.
The Ryan Murphy-directed saga about the lives of those touched by the AIDS crisis in the 1980s doesn't premiere until May 25, but the publicity machine is already making sure viewers tune in to the big-budget, star-studded drama that's sure to collect several Emmys come September.
Zach Braff's follow-up-but-not-a-sequel to 2004's Garden State is finally coming out this summer. Wish I Was Here, as some of you may recall, is the result of the actor-writer-director's much-talked-about Kickstarter campaign. And after having Focus Features snatch it up at Sundance earlier this year, fans and supporters will get to see the finished product in a bunch of theaters.
What is it about? From what we've gathered from the below montage of clips (accompanied by a track from The Shins - of course), it's about a bunch of related people in southern California laughing, crying, trying on wigs, and visiting sick old people in hospitals (Mandy Patinkin alert!). Golden State, anyone?
The word "bad" has popped up in many movie titles of recent memory, promising a good time at the multiplex (Bad Santa, Bad Teacher, Bad Grandpa). And while the adjective frequently delivers all of the naughty fun an R-rated flick can handle, some of the results aren't total winners.
Bad Words, the directorial debut of star Jason Bateman, delivers and wins in all the right places.
Bateman plays Guy Trilby, a 40-year-old who's found a loophole in the eligibility rules of a local spelling bee and competes without any remorse as he verbally mops the floor with elementary school-age contestants and pisses off dozens of parents in the process.
The "why" of it all provides this wickedly funny film an intriguing mystery. And there is an answer and payoff -- it all comes together at a national tournament in Pasadena -- but before we get to that, enjoy Guy's angry-sex scenes with a journalist (Kathryn Hahn), savor every cleverly worded insult (thanks to Andrew Dodge's awesome script), rejoice in the mere appearance of Allison Janney as an administrator on the verge of a breakdown, and discover the charm in Guy's reluctant relationship with an adorable 10-year-old named Chaitanya (newcomer Rohan Chand).
Yes, a lot of really bad words are uttered by characters as this story unfolds, but they all conspire together to make one really good movie.
Netflix announced that its new series, Grace and Frankie, will premiere in 2015 and star the above veteran actresses. According to Vulture, the show is a half-hour single-camera comedy written and co-created by Marta Kauffman (Friends), and it will have a 13-episode first season. Fonda and Tomlin will play longtime rivals who are stunned when their respective husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to marry. "The women find their lives both turned upside down and to their dismay, permanently intertwined. Eventually, to their surprise, they find they have each other," says the official description.
You know what this means: a guest appearance by Dolly Parton and a 9 to 5 reunion is inevitable. We hope.
Several weeks ago we announced that our favorite film of 2012, the Golden Globe-nominated Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, had started production in India. Well, clutch those pearls, because Fox Searchlight Pictures has unveiled the theatrical release date of the star-studded sequel.
Ti West, the director who brought on the nightmares in The House of the Devil and The Innkeepers, delivers more creepy found-footage-styled thrills in The Sacrament, which is about a crew of journalists (from Vice magazine) visiting a seemingly friendly cult in a remote location.
Needless to say, things don't go well.
NOTE: If you ask us, this seems like a feature-length version of "Safe Haven," the horror short found in last year's VHS 2. Still, we're sold.
Betty Who, our favorite new artist of 2014 (even though we've been obsessed with her since that Home Depot marriage proposal went viral last fall) is releasing another EP of irresistible pop confections later this spring, and to kick things off, she has debuted "Heartbreak Dream."
Produced by her wunderkind collaborator, Peter Thomas, the track is a sparkly addition to an early discography that should do wonders for her (and his) blooming career.
Our guilty pleasure returns on March 11 on Bravo (call us biased East Coast natives, but we only care about Jersey and NYC), and it looks like there's a new wife on the block and more bickering between the ladies who brunch.
Oh, and it appears someone (ahem, Aviva) loses a (prosthetic) leg during a scuffle.
Oh well. All in a day's lack of work.
At least Ramona is crazy again and we finally get to see Carole lose it! Check it out:
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