Barbershop has another sequel coming our way more than a decade after the unfortunate Barbershop 2: Back in Business. It’s co-ed now because it has to be or the internet gets angry, and there is a lot of trouble in the neighborhood it looks like. Nicki Minaj, Regina Hall, Eve, and Jaszmine Lewis join the
Here is the first and much anticipated trailer for 22 Jump Street that finds Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) infiltrating a college campus. It looks like it’s picking up right after the first entry which had a lot of laughs and action, so this is good. We see returning faces and new situations
Ride Along stars Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, one is a fast-talking aspiring police officer and the other is a hot-tempered cop [record scratch]. Now they are going on a ride along so Hart can prove he is worthy to be with Cube’s sister. It’s the adult thing to do. The film also stars John
The trailer for Rampart has Woody Harrelson playing “the most corrupt cop you’ve ever seen on screen” – that’s if you never saw Harvey Keitel in Bad Lieutenant or Nicolas Cage in The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans. Still, this movie looks intense and Harrelson as always place a menace like no other (see
A collection of links from across the web that may be film, TV and or entertainment related. South Park has been renewed through 2016 with 3 more seasons. [TV IGN] John Singleton has dropped out of Tupac biopic, still working in the hood. [indiewire] The Munsters is getting a TV reboot from NBC. [THR] Kurt
A red band trailer for the remake of the 1980s television series 21 Jump Street starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as young cops who go undercover at a high school. The trailer has some funny moments and it’s nice to see Ice Cube swearing in a movie again instead of falling down. This reminds me
A collection of links from across the web that may be film, TV and or entertainment related. John Singleton is in talks with Ice Cube to direct N.W.A. biopic. [theplaylist] Justin Lin no longer directing The Terminator, might be back. [reuters] Jeremy Renner is the ‘King of Heists’. [latinoreview] Jackie Earle Haley to Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’.