Search Party

Silicon Valley isn’t coming back for another several months, but in the meantime you can check in with two of the stars right here in the Search Party¬†international trailer. Thomas Middleditch plays Nardo, a groom whose wedding day is ruined, and T.J. Miller plays Jason, the guy who ruins it.

Jason also happens to be Nardo’s best friend, however, and when Nardo winds up naked and alone in Mexico it’s up to Jason and their other pal Evan (Adam Pally) to rescue him. Watch the Search Party international trailer after the jump.

Read More »

.

Please Recommend /Film on Facebook

‘Big Hero 6′ Trailer Rounds Up the Whole Gang

BIG HERO 6 trailer

As we head into the final quarter of the year, Disney is bringing us one last Marvel movie. Big Hero 6 is the venerable studio’s first animated Marvel adventure, which means it’s the film we’ve been waiting for pretty much since the moment Disney bought Marvel.

Ryan Potter leads the voice cast as young robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada. When his hometown, the futuristic city of San Fransokyo, is threatened, he assembles a superhero team to save the day. Scott Adsit, Jamie Chung, Damon Wayans Jr., Genesis Rodriguez, and T.J. Miller also star. Watch the new Big Hero 6 trailer plus some more images after the jump.

Read More »

Big Hero 6 voice cast

After months of hints and clues, Disney has finally revealed the full voice cast for Big Hero 6, the studio’s first animated Marvel feature. Ryan Potter will lead as robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who assembles the titular team, while Scott Adsit will voice his robot BFF Baymax. T.J. Miller, Damon Wayans Jr., Maya Rudolph, and Alan Tudyk are also among the cast.

After the jump, get the rest of the lineup, plus new images of the Big Hero 6 and character descriptions for most of them.

Read More »

BIG HERO 6 TJ Miller

T.J. Miller is going to be a Marvel superhero — sort of. The Cloverfield star has boarded the voice cast of Big Hero 6, becoming the first actor to do so.

The animated feature hasn’t gotten much buzz yet, but it should be attracting some attention soon. Not only does it sound very promising, it’s Disney’s first-ever Marvel animated adaptation. Hit the jump to find out whom he’ll be playing.

Read More »

transformers-4-logo

Michael Bay‘s Transformers 4 has just started production and two of the brand new Autobots have been revealed. One is a 1200-horsepower Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse (price tag, over $2 million) and another is a¬†C7 Corvette Stingray. There’s no word on which characters they’ll transform into, but you can check them out on set below.

Also, comedian T.J. Miller has been cast as Mark Wahlberg‘s best friend in the film. Read More »

The cast of Stuart Zicherman‘s A.C.O.D. just keeps getting better. Mary Elizabeth Winstead has just joined Adam Scott, Richard Jenkins, and Jane Lynch in the comedy, which centers around around thirtysomething Carter (Scott). When his younger brother gets engaged, Carter must try and keep the peace between his long-divorced parents lest they ruin the wedding. Winstead is set to play Lauren Stinger, Carter’s supportive longtime girlfriend.

Winstead drew raves at Sundance earlier this year for her turn in James Ponsoldt’s Smashed, and has A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter due out later this year. [Deadline]

After the jump, Mila Kunis gets demonic, while Vera Farmiga’s little sister goes on a crime spree.

Read More »

One film I’ve been looking forward to is Our Idiot Brother (formerly known as My Idiot Brother), which premiered at Sundance earlier this year to warm, if not spectacular, reviews. Jesse Peretz‘s dramedy stars Paul Rudd as a good-hearted but dim man who gets passed around between his three sisters (Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel and Emily Mortimer) as he tries to get his life together after his latest set of mishaps — one of which involved selling weed to a uniformed police officer. He’s that dumb. Watch the trailer after the jump.

Read More »

How To Train Your Dragon

When we first learned a few months ago that How To Train Your Dragon would be getting a sequel (out in 2013), there were a lot of details still up in the air. Would the original cast return? What of the talented filmmakers of the original, Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois? Would they be coming back too? Would the film even be in 3D?

Today, Dreamworks revealed details about what would become of the next film in its How to Train Your Dragon franchise. Hit the jump to find out more.
Read More »

Click Here To Read Older Movie News
Cool Posts From Around the Web: