Full-time pop star, part-time actress Taylor Swift will lend her speaking voice (and possibly her singing one) to "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax," a Universal and Illumination Entertainment computer-animated family flick based on the elementary school required reading of the same name. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Swift is the latest addition to a voice rosterGet more »
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The latest trailer from SXSW, "A Bag of Hammers," was posted to the web in conjunction with film's premiere. The footage is delightful, mostly because it features the impossibly beautiful Rebecca Hall
When the Academy forgot Corey Haim in the Ocars's "In Memoriam" clip, we at Next Movie were appalled. But now, he's finally getting the tribute he deserves.
Pogo videos cure what ails you. Missing sock? Have one of these. Long work week? Watch this. Woefully bored? We have just the ticket. Pogo's latest remix, "Murmurs of Middle-Earth (Lord of the Rings)," splices clips from the fantasy trilogy into an audio/visual parfait. The artist has a knack for capturing whimsy. That feeling youGet more »
Before Armond White (and Statler and Waldorf) there was Oscar the Grouch, the OG grumpy critic. He hasn't been getting a lot of mainstream play lately -- probably because he lives in a trashcan -- but the good folks at AOL and Sesame Street would like to change that. Thanks to the power of internetGet more »
Mitch Hurwitz, the creator of "Arrested Development," is attached to direct a remake of "The Boss of It All," a dark office-place comedy by Norwegian-director/provocateur Lars von Trier. Will "Arrested Development" ever escape development hell? And what's this about a Lars Von Tier comedy? "Arrested Development" alumni Ron Howard and Brian Grazer will produce and EmmaGet more »
Be honest with yourself. Would you see a sequel to "E.T." if it included a neck-stretching, arm-ripping, Morgan Freeman-eating villain? "ET-X," a parody trailer by Robert Blankenheim, imagines a modern sequel to the Spielberg classic. It is brutal. Where the original was soft, humanistic and life-affirming, the sequel is... something else.
Long before digital profiles and intangible badges, young folk festooned dirty backpacks and army jackets with 1/2" buttons, material bits of self-identification. Flair, if will. Weggart, an online jewelry and buttons shop, exists in a world where buttons are still trendy – and it is beautiful. They have all sorts of fastens – Beatles, Rubik'sGet more »
There's a section of the American population – let's say 50-percent -- that would like "Modern Family" even more if it were called "The Sofia Vergara in a Swimsuit Show." That show will never exist, unfortunately, but in the late 1990s, a commercial came darn close. It's the classic gym ad. As a younger, equallyGet more »
We've figured it out: big girls don't cry... therefore small women do cry. Natalie Portman is a small woman, so therefore, Natalie Portman cries. Natalie Portman's career path has been explained with science! What? Think you've found some hole in our impenetrable logic? Try arguing with ScreenRant's video proof below.