Jennifer Aniston Plays A Hot Stripper In “We’re The Millers” (video)
Jennifer Aniston just keeps getting better with age… not her face, but everything else looks as good as new.
The 44-year-old strips down to just her underwear in the new red band trailer for her film We’re The Millers – and she certainly looks fine.
Jennifer, who plays a stripper in the film opposite Jason Sudeikis, is seen slapping her bottom while performing a strip tease to Mickey Avalon’s ‘Stroke Me.’
“A veteran pot dealer creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S. from Mexico.” is the description of the movie, We’re The Millers will be released in the US on August 9.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Is A Porn Addicted Guido In His New Movie
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has written and directed his first movie.
The first trailer for “Don Jon” has just been released and from what I can see it’s about The Situation being addicted to porn.
Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, Tony Danza are also in it… and Channing Tatum and Anne Hathaway cameo the film with a fake movie of their own.
Anchorman 2 Has A Trailer (video)
The Anchorman 2 trailer was just released… well, it’s not actually a trailer, it’s more like a movie teaser?
Anyway, it has the News 4 team firing off one-liners… this will have to be enough for now.
Iron Man Has $175.3 Million Opening Weekend
As expected, Iron Man 3 had a massive opening weekend… but its $175.3 million debut was only good enough for No. 2 of all time, falling well short of The Avengers’ $207.4 million.
But don’t feel bad for Iron Man… Robert Downey Jr. and the rest of the cast have now taken in $680.1 million globally, notes the Hollywood Reporter, and managed to dethrone the final Harry Potter installment.
Rocky Balboa Hits Broadway
Finally, some real testosterone is hitting Broadway: “Rocky: The Musical” is scheduled to open March 2014. That’s two hours of a jabbing, sparring and singing Rocky Balboa.
Tony Award-winning songwriting duo Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty and writer Thomas Meehan teamed up to create a stage musical adaptation of the 1976 box office blockbuster Rocky. Sylvester Stallone will serve as an artistic partner and producer for the Broadway show.
This isn’t the first comeback for Rocky, The Italian Stallion — one of cinema’s most celebrated sportsmen. The fictional boxer has spawned five movie sequels and a men’s clothing line.
Zach Braff Gets New Film Funded Through Kickstarter
I blame you all for this: Zach Braff got his 2 million dollars though Kickstarter to fund his new indie movie.
Braff raised his goal of $2 million in just three days but the funding will continue for 26 days. (As of this writing, Braff has raised more than $2.1 million.)
Obviously not everyone is happy about this (including me,) for example here’s the headline from the Atlantic Wire: “Zach Braff Will Get His Dirty Kickstarter Money.” Writes Connor Simpson, “So there you have it. 28,000 people are paying Zach Braff to make the most Braff-ian movie he possibly can … so they can pay him again when they buy tickets at the theater to see this terrible movie.”
What I hate about this is that Braff will make a shitty movie with your money… and then collect 100% of the revenue. The most you can get from a $10,000 pledge is a walk-in part and a line in the movie.
If you are wondering how shitty can this movie be? Here’s a description from his Kickstarter page (which I will not even link to so you don’t get tempted to give him more money)
“Wish I Was Here” is the story of Aidan Bloom (played by me), a struggling actor, father and husband, who at 35 is still trying to find his identity; a purpose for his life. He and his wife are barely getting by financially and Aidan passes his time by fantasizing about being the great futuristic Space-Knight he’d always dreamed he’d be as a little kid.
When his ailing father can no longer afford to pay for private school for his two kids (ages 5 and 12) and the only available public school is on its last legs, Aidan reluctantly agrees to attempt to home-school them.
The result is some funny chaos, until Aidan decides to scrap the traditional academic curriculum and come up with his own. Through teaching them about life his way, Aidan gradually discovers some of the parts of himself he couldn’t find.
It was written by my brother, Adam, and me last summer.
Man of Steel Trailer Hits The Web (video)
Finally, the Man of Steel trailer dropped last night, and it’s AWESOME.
This new Superman punches stuff and overall kicks ass and doesn’t get distracted with saving pretty ladies.
Russell Crowe plays Jor-El and Amy Adams is a ginger version of Lois Lane… and Kevin Costner is in there too doing his Costner stuff.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Teaser Airs During MTV Awards (video)
The 2013 MTV Movie Awards were this Sunday, but no winner has been talked about more than the Hunger Games Catching Fire teaser they showed.
Fans got a brief glimpse at Catching Fire, the second saga in the literary series-turned-hit film franchise, in a trailer presented by Games star Liam Hemsworth with footage of Katniss and Peeta as they head out on their victory tour.
Hunger Games: Catching Fire opens in theaters Nov. 22.