The big news from Netflix yesterday was the cancellation of Jessica Jones and The Punisher, bringing an end to Marvel shows on the streaming service. But it wasn’t the only Netflix original that got the axe.
Netflix announced that the comedy series Friends from College starring Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders, Nat Faxon, Annie Parisse, Jae Suh Park and Billy Eichner has been canceled after two seasons. Read More »
Netflix has renewed director Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and writer Francesca Delbanco‘s comedy series, Friends from College, for a second season. Stoller and Delbanco’s show wasn’t reviewed kindly by most critics, but with a season 2 on the way, the sad comedy must’ve found its audience. The Netflix program features an excellent cast as a very flawed group of friends. They scored a lot of laughs and some empathy during season one, which is a surprisingly pleasant watch as it’s not always about the most pleasant subjects.
Below, learn more about Friends from College season 2.
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While Jordan Peele has a career on the rise thanks to his directorial debut on the stellar thriller Get Out, his partner in comedy continues to build up his acting profile.
Keegan-Michael Key has appeared in countless TV shows and lent his voice to plenty of animated fare, but he’s been taking more prominent roles in front of the camera on the big screen lately. Last year, he starred in the outstanding Don’t Think Twice, and next year he’ll have a key role in The Predator. But before that, he’ll be part of an incredible ensemble in the new Netflix comedy series Friends from College, and the first trailer for the series has just arrived. Read More »
Back in 2015, Will Ferrell went head-to-head with Mark Wahlberg in Daddy’s Home, create a battle between stepfather and father. Soon he’ll have to contend with another Hollywood tough guy on the big screen.
Paramount Pictures has lined up Will Ferrell to co-star with Aquaman star Jason Momoa in a currently untitled comedy from the filmmakers behind movies such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Yes Man and The D-Train. Find out more about the Will Ferrell and Jason Momoa movie after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016 by Angie Han
If you’re not already excited for an animated adventure about a stork’s quest to deliver a baby, perhaps the promise of a new song by Jason Derulo can entice you. Warner Bros. has released the new trailer for Storks, featuring Derulo’s new song “Kiss the Sky.” Will it prove as ubiquitous as Despicable Me 2‘s “Happy” or as frustratingly catchy as Trolls‘ “Can’t Stop the Feeling”? Find out for yourself by clicking play on the Storks trailer below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, June 16th, 2016 by Angie Han
“Where do babies come from?” is the question all parents dread hearing, at least according to every family sitcom ever. But if you can wait ’til fall to have the talk, Warner Bros.’ Storks can help you out with a kid-friendly, completely scientifically accurate accounting of how exactly the process works.
As all of us adults know, of course, it begins with the Baby Making Machine on Stork Mountain. The device spits out a tiny human, and a bird (possibly one that sounds exactly like Andy Samberg) is assigned to drop it off at its new home. Along the way, said bird will inevitably run into hilarious and adorable mishaps. Get a little peek at that incredible journey with the latest Storks trailer.
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The first Neighbors was such a pleasant surprise that I can’t help but slightly dread Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. After all, you’d need to borrow the hands of your family and friends if you wanted to count every lousy sequel to a great comedy. To its credit, the follow-up to one of 2014’s biggest comedies did get the whole gang back together, with stars Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, and Zac Efron back in front of the camera and director Nicholas Stoller behind it. Is this a case where my dread is misplaced?
Maybe. After all, I did chuckle at the new clip from the film Universal just released, which is a good sign.
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Posted on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 by Angie Han
After the jump:
- Underworld 5 gets a new title and a new logo.
- Nut Job 2 makes off with a summer 2017 release date.
- Tom Cruise promises more crazy stunts in Mission: Impossible 6.
- No, Indiana Jones 5 is not a prequel, and no, we aren’t getting a new Indy.
- Neighbors 2 took inspiration from an unlikely source.
- Vin Diesel sings with a gospel choir on the set of xXx 3.
- Robert Carlyle (a.k.a. Begbie) teases Trainspotting 2.
- Andrew Stanton drops some hints about The Incredibles 2.
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Posted on Monday, March 14th, 2016 by Angie Han
After sending up pop stars with Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Andy Samberg will move on to delivering babies. Storks stars Samberg as, yep, a stork, who’s tasked with delivering an adorable baby girl. The problem is that said baby is completely unauthorized, and could derail his career if he gets caught by his boss (Kelsey Grammer). You see, in the Storks version of the world, storks no longer deliver babies, having long ago switched to delivering packages for an Amazon-like retailer.
The logical question raised by this concept is who does deliver human babies in the Storks universe, now that the birds are no longer handling that task. Have humans had to resort to pushing them out of their bodies (you know, the way humans do in our real world)? Or has some other animal taken over delivering duties? The latest Storks trailer doesn’t answer those inquiries, but it does show a flustered Samberg warning his human friend Tulip about the dangers of baby cuteness. Watch the Storks trailer after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 by Angie Han
The first Neighbors pitted new parents Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly Radner (Rose Byrne) against the fraternity next door, led by Teddy (Zac Efron). In the sequel, the couple finds themselves enlisting their the help of their old nemesis to fight what might be an even bigger threat: a sorority next door.
Chloë Grace Moretz, Kiersey Clemons, and Beanie Feldstein play three of the ladies of Kappa Nu, who aren’t about to let a little thing like furious neighbors stop them from throwing epic ragers. Adding to the pain this time is the fact that the girls are, well, girls. “With the sorority girls, it’s like a glimpse into their daughter’s future, and it terrifies them,” Byrne has said. So what exactly has the Radners so spooked? Find out with the first Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising trailer after the jump.
UPDATE: An international trailer for Neighbors 2 has just hit, and you can watch it below.
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