The Lazarus Effect starts out looking like a riff on Flatliners, that early ‘90s film that put dressed a bunch of budding superstars in lab coats and watched as they brought dead people back to life. Here, it’s a crew including Mark Duplass, Olivia Wilde, Donald Glover, Evan Peters and Sarah Bolger who are med students that take a big leap across the line between life and death. When Wilde’s character dies, she’s brought back to life through an experimental procedure. But what she has afterward isn’t exactly life, and things start to go very wrong for her, and everyone around her. Check out The Lazarus Effect trailer below. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 by Angie Han
Resurrecting the dead rarely turns out to be a good idea in the movies, but that doesn’t stop movie characters from continuing to try. And then instantly regretting their actions the moment they succeed. That’s the basic premise of The Lazarus Effect, the latest picture to come out of Jason Blum’s horror hit factory.
Mark Duplass and Olivia Wilde play med students who find a way to bring the dead back to life. After she does in an accident, he winds up using the method on her. It works, but there’s something very wrong about the version of her that comes back. Evan Peters and Donald Glover also star. Watch The Lazarus Effect trailer after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2014 by Angie Han
As Magic Mike XXL enters principal photography, Warner Bros. is baring a bit more information about the upcoming sequel. Among the latest stars to be announced are Donald Glover, Elizabeth Banks, and Michael Strahan, though it’s equally interesting to note who isn’t coming back. We already knew Matthew McConaughey was a no-go, but it seems Alex Pettyfer may sit this one out as well.
In addition, the studio has finally revealed the official synopsis for the film which explains exactly why the boys are hitting the road. And star Channing Tatum has dished up a tantalizing image from the first day of shooting. Get the Magic Mike XXL synopsis, casting announcements, and photo after the jump.
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Posted on Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 by Angie Han
Between Tobey Maguire‘s reign as our friendly big-screen Spider-Man and Andrew Garfield‘s, there was a brief period when Donald Glover was pushing for the job. That never came to be, of course, but now he’s finally getting his chance to play the webslinger all the same. The catch: it’s in a cartoon, not a live-action big-budget movie franchise.
Glover is set to voice Miles Morales in an upcoming episode of Disney XD’s Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors, which has Peter Parker (voiced by Drake Bell) passing through different parallel universes. Watch a clip featuring the Donald Glover Spider-Man after the jump.
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Posted on Friday, May 23rd, 2014 by Angie Han
Seth MacFarlane‘s A Million Ways to Die in the West has fun with lots of Western archetypes: the humble farmer, the gun-toting outlaw, the hooker with the heart of gold… the time-traveling mad scientist? Yes, Back to the Future‘s Doc Brown makes a cameo in the new comedy, as you’ll see after the jump.
And of course, MacFarlane isn’t the only one eager to pay homage to the classic trilogy. Elsewhere, Gillian Jacobs spills the details on the Community–Back to the Future crossover that never was. Hit the jump to get the details and watch Doc Brown’s A Million Ways to Die in the West appearance.
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Donald Glover posted a series of letters on Instagram which explain to fans why he’s leaving NBC’s Community, among other musings. In the letters, Glover explains that he didn’t leave the sitcom to pursue a musical career (he raps under the name Childish Gambino) but because he “wanted to be on my own.” You can read the entire letter, embedded after the jump.
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Posted on Friday, January 4th, 2013 by Angie Han
It’s been a slow week for movie news, but not so on the small-screen front. After the jump:
- Jon Favreau will direct one of The Office‘s last episodes
- Nancy Pelosi and Ice-T will appear on the 30 Rock finale
- A Walking Dead newcomer joins Once Upon a Time
- Here’s what Donald Glover will be doing on Girls
- Writer Megan Ganz leaves Community for Modern Family
- Ryan Murphy teases details on American Horror Story Season 3
- Anna Faris books Chuck Lorre’s newest comedy, titled Mom
- Martin Lawrence and Kelsey Grammer team for a new sitcom
- Starz backs a new drama from William Monahan called Crime
- Four more trailers debut for David Fincher‘s House of Cards
- The Walking Dead gets a teaser for the second half of Season 3
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Posted on Friday, November 30th, 2012 by Angie Han
As devotees of Louie and Sherlock are sighing over extralong gaps between seasons, Girls fans are enjoying some schedule shuffling in the opposite direction. Although the first season of Girls debuted in the spring, Season 2’s kicking off a little earlier than expected in January 2013. Which means the marketing push starts now.
HBO’s already offered up a not-terribly-revealing teaser and a handful of stills from the upcoming season. Now they’re ramping up the campaign with the first full trailer, which features a nice mix of fresh and familiar faces. Hannah (Lena Dunham) and her usual gang are all here, along with returning guest stars like Jorma Taccone and Chris O’Dowd and newcomers like Donald Glover, Patrick Wilson, and Rita Wilson. Watch it after the jump.
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Until not so long ago, fans of Community might have been excited for, or at least interested in tonight’s TV schedule. The show’s fourth season was originally set to premiere tonight, giving us the first taste of the troubled series without creator Dan Harmon. But the shortened season, now run by David Guarascio and Moses Port, has been indefinitely delayed by NBC.
But you can have some new Community today, as the cast (Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Chevy Chase, Ken Jeong, Jim Rash) has come together to create a promo to explain just what today really means for fans of the show. Hint: it’s a mental state. Read More »