The sexy and talented Charlize Theron is set for Saturday Night Live hosting duties on May 10th with musical guest The Black Keys. She’s not quite the last host of the season, that honor goes to SNL alumni Andy Samberg who returns to host the season finale on May 17th with musical guest St. Vincent.
This will be Theron’s second stint as host; this time around she will no doubt be promoting Seth MacFarlane’s Western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West, which opens in theaters on May 30th.
Also, watch next weekend as The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star Andrew Garfield hosts for the first time with musical guest Coldplay.
Here is a new TV spot for the highly-anticipated X-Men: Days of Future Past with some new footage that we haven’t seen yet. It’s not the highest of quality, but it gets the job done. We have seen a fantastic final trailer and some awful posters for this upcoming flick; the movie is a month away still, are you excited?
The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past – to save our future.
The film stars Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Evan Peters, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, Halle Berry, Lucas Till, Omar Sy, Adan Canto, Daniel Cudmore, and Bingbing Fan.
X-Men: Days of Future Past opens in 2D and 3D on May 23, watch the spot below:
Here is the first trailer for Steven Bernstein’s drama Decoding Annie Parker, which stars Samantha Morton as Parker, a woman stricken with breast cancer who works with oncologist Dr. Mary-Claire King played by Helen Hunt to explore the theory of a genetic inheritance of cancer.
Aaron Paul’s character seems like the insensitive and unknowing man in the otherwise lighthearted take on breast cancer; but check out his dancing below, only a genius could pull that off right?
The movie also stars Rashida Jones, Alice Eve, Maggie Grace, Corey Stoll, and Ben McKenzie.
Decoding Annie Parker opens in limited release on May 2nd, watch the trailer below and a bonus clip of Aaron Paul showing off his dance moves:
FX – TONIGHT
I’ve been waiting patiently for this day and now it’s finally here, Fargo! It’s not the movie, it’s not a remake and it’s not the same characters. It is produced and was partially written by Ethan and Joel Coen (the writers and directors of the feature film of the same name). On top of all that, the same tone and dark comedy that you loved from the film is intact – you have nothing to worry about.
The limited 10 episode series begins tonight and stars Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman, Allison Tolman, Colin Hanks, Bob Odenkirk, Kate Walsh, Adam Goldberg, Oliver Platt, Glenn Howerton, Jordan Peele, Keegan-Michael Key, Joey King, and Julie Ann Emery.
Catch up on all our Fargo coverage:
- A FARGO TV Series Is Coming but Don’t Panic, The Coen Brothers Are Involved
- The First Teaser Trailer for the FX Series FARGO
- Here is the First 7 Minutes of FX’s FARGO TV Series
- A New Featurette for FX’s FARGO Answers a Few Questions
- Check out the New Trailer for FX’s FARGO
- Let’s Try to Understand These New FARGO Trailers
- The First Teaser Trailer for the FX Series FARGO
Self-declared Spice Girls fanatic Emma Stone was brought to tears last month when she was on an Australian talk show and they had her watch a video message from Melanie Brown (aka Scary Spice). You can see that clip below as well as a new video from The Graham Norton show where he plays a delightful prank on the actress. Evil or genius? I think it’s a bit of both.
This is a great time to become an internet darling for her, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens May 2nd.
Watch the clips below:
The 75th anniversary celebration rolls on for our beloved Batman, Warner Bros. Animation has debuted the first of two animated shorts featuring the caped crusader. Batman: Strange Days, is directed by Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) and features the Batman taking on Hugo Strange in his lair in retro styled 1930s pulp.
Watch the short below:
Here is the first teaser trailer for the new Disney Channel series Girl Meets World from the creators and some cast behind Boy Meets World. In the new show Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) are parents to their young daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and she’s getting into all sorts of shenanigans.
From this clip alone, I’m a little weary about the tone of the show; although it’s Disney, I was hoping it would remain somewhat true to Boy Meets World. BMW was funny, sweet, and often pretty dramatic for a kids TV show. This looks a little too colorful and whacky for my taste, time will tell though. Other original cast members, including William Daniels (Mr. Feeny), Corey Fogelmanis (Minkus), and Rider Strong (Shawn) are set to return from time to time.
Check out our GMW coverage here.
Girl Meets World premieres on Disney Channel this summer, watch the trailer below:
It was just last week when it was announced that David Letterman was stepping down from The Late Show after 21 years; now we already have a new host (among other duties) to announce.
Stephen Colbert will not only host The Late Show but will also serve as a writer and executive producer. He was probably a top 3-5 choice of most people who care to talk about these TV news items, so I don’t expect much of an uproar. We shouldn’t expect he will bring the satire and parody that made him famous on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, it’s The Late Show after all, right?
Here’s the boring press release:
Remember that time we told you that FXX had acquired the syndication rights for the first 24 seasons of The Simpsons? Well it turns out they are going to celebrate with a marathon to end all marathons. FXX paid $750 million for “the exclusive cable and VOD/non-linear rights” to The Simpsons, which gives them the right to show any episode on TV or streaming (site/app), which means good things.
FX president John Landgraf announced today that an app is coming soon, and FXX will start the episodes this August with a 12-day marathon of all of the show’s 522 episodes. Per Variety:
“It will be the longest continuous marathon in the history of television,” said Jon Landgraf, chief executive of FX Networks, at an upfront presentation held in New York Wednesday. A new app is expected to debut in coming weeks, and while executives at the presentation suggested the name “Simpsons World” had been bandied about, FX Networks spokesman John Solberg said a name for the digital outlet was “not formalized yet.” The app would be distinct from FX’s “FXNow” mobile-viewing application already available.
Well, having a job was fun.
If you’re like me and think The Truman Show is a perfect movie, how do you feel knowing they are going to make it into a TV show? Gather round folks; let me tell you yet another tale of a studio going to their movie shelf for TV ideas.
Paramount is developing a TV series adaptation of the 1998 film that was directed by Peter Weir and brilliantly written by Andrew Niccol. Jim Carrey played a man who didn’t know that his entire life has/had been/is filmed as part of a reality television show. The movie was great for many reasons, so I don’t quite know how to feel about this news. The Wrap reports little more than that unfortunately, but for now, a series is in the works. I can’t even imagine what route they will go – be it limited series, miniseries, or full-out 20+ episode season that runs and runs until you want to shoot yourself (The Office).
It’s still early but we will let you know what’s up as soon as we do. Until then (you knew it was coming), in case I don’t see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!