Kristen Wiig Buys Her Own Talk Show in the First Trailer for WELCOME TO ME


Here’s the first Welcome to Me trailer, the movie stars Kristen Wiig as a woman suffering from Borderline Personality Syndrome who wins the lottery. She then decides to stop treatment, move into a casino, and buy her own talk show. That’s awesome! Wigg is becoming one of my favorite actresses to watch (see last year’s

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The GHOSTBUSTERS Reboot Gets Its Cast and Release Date


Director Paul Feig’s (The Heat, Bridemaids) upcoming Ghostbusters reboot has landed its all-female cast. Pictured left to right we have Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones. Feig is currently writing the script with Katie Dippold (The Heat). It’s also rumored that Sony wants to cast Bill Murray as a supernatural debunker out

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The First TED 2 Poster Arrives; First Trailer on Thursday


Universal Pictures just released the first poster for Ted 2 and it’s suggestive to say the least. It’s pretty much in line with the previous installments humor and that of creator Seth Macfarlane. We still don’t know for sure what the sequel is about, but the first trailer hits on Thursday so that should give

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First FANTASTIC FOUR Trailer and Poster Offers Something Different


20th Century Fox has finally released the first Fantastic Four trailer and poster that reveals that the rebooted adaptation might actually offer something different when it comes to your everyday superhero movie. The teaser doesn’t overstay it’s welcome or reveal way too much; it shows a serious tone that director Josh Trank is known for

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Box Office: Take a Break, Quirky Johnny Depp


Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper continued its domination this weekend taking in another impressive total; $64.4 million (only a 27.9% drop) this weekend for a total of $200.1 million domestically, making it the second highest grossing war movie in history. It should catch up to Saving Private Ryan’s $216 million by next week. Jenny from the

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X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Casts Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan and Alexandra Shipp


Director Bryan Singer has been testing young actors over the last few months for roles in his upcoming sequel X-Men: Apocalypse. The roles needed were that of a young Jean Grey, Cyclops, and Storm; well he announced his findings on Twitter: Meet our new and brilliant young mutants: @Alexshipppp as #Storm @SophieT as #JeanGrey and @TyeSheridan

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Weekend Preview: Another Fatal Attraction


Check out what’s playing this weekend and decide what you’re going to see. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook because my mom says they’re cool. The Boy Next Door Notable: IMDb says the film was shot with a budget of $4 million, and in 25 days. This clichéd mess isn’t going to be worth the

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Finally, a Trailer for Season Three of HANNIBAL

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I think it’s safe to say that the return of Hannibal is my most anticipated TV moment of 2015, but unfortunately that return won’t come as soon as we hoped.  However we do get this spanking new trailer to tide us over until Hannibal returns this Summer. It’s beautiful, strange, and gruesome; business as usual

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Simon Pegg Co-Writing New Draft of STAR TREK 3


To bring you up to warp speed regarding the upcoming Star Trek sequel you should know that last month director Roberto Orci who departed the movie confirmed that the draft he wrote of Star Trek 3 would not be used. The movie now has two new writers, Simon Pegg (you’ve heard of him) and Doug

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