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Because you loved seeing Josh Hutcherson fight off bad guys in a forest setting for "The Hunger Games," he's going back into the woods, only this time he's animated.
The Hutch came on "Good Morning America" today to introduce the trailer for a very aptly named "Epic," the latest effort from the CGI wizards at Blue Sky Studios and director Chris Wedge, which will likely be attached to July 13's "Ice Age: Continental Drift." Get More »
We know Beyoncé Knowles is the Queen of Pop (and the Queen of Jay-Z's kingdom), but she'll be taking her crown to the screen next May with the arrival of "Epic."
This upcoming animated film is the story of a young woman who finds herself lost in a magic forest. Unfortunately for her, a war is brewing and she's gotta figure out a way to save herself, the world she's stumbled upon and, you know, the folks back home. Of course, she'll need a little help from some new forest friends while she's there to get the job done right.
Bey will lend her golden vocal chords to the character of Queen Tara. It sounds likely that Amanda Seyfried's character Mary Katherine will be our heroine. They'll be joined by Josh Hutcherson, Colin Farrell, Johnny Knoxville, Aziz Ansari, Steven Tyler and a host of others actors and comedians as the characters our heroine encounters along the way — both goodies and baddies alike. Get More »
Aziz Ansari will witness the end of days.
The "30 Minutes or Less" star has been invited to hang out with Seth Rogen and friends as they await the coming of "The Apocalypse," according to The Playlist.
Ansari, like the rest of his co-stars, will be playing a funhouse-mirror version of himself in the meta-comedy, which tells the story of James Franco's house party being crashed by the Four Horsemen. Some other party guests and hopeful "Apocalypse" survivors include Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, Jay Baruchel and Ansari's "30 Minutes" co-star, Danny McBride. Get More »
"Breaking Dawn Part 1" continues to be number one at the box office, despite "The Muppets" opening on a family holiday weekend. With all of the success and money "Twilight" has enjoyed, it's bound to have lots of fans in Hollywood. Plenty of people there just want to jump on the bandwagon of something popular.
However, there are a number of celebrities who appear to be genuine Twi-hards. They may start watching "Twilight" as a joke, or read to the first book just to find out what the hype is about, but it ends up hooking them. They end up talking about it in interviews and tweeting about it much more than I imagine they expected.
We already know about the obvious celebrity Twi-hards like Dakota Fanning, who won the part of Jane after admitting her fandom, and any female child star under 15 years old. Here are 10 Twi-hard celebrities that you may not know about. Get More »
After the biting (get it?) satire of "Zombieland," director Ruben Fleischer and star Jesse Eisenberg decided to see if they could capture lightning in a bottle twice. Or that is to say, lightning in a pizza box.
In the fast-paced comedy "30 Minutes or Less," Eisenberg, aka "that guy who looks like Mark Zuckerberg," plays a pizza delivery boy caught up in a bank robbery scheme concocted by two knuckleheads (Danny McBride and Nick Swardson) who strap a bomb to him and threaten to flip the switch if he doesn't deliver $100 grand in nine hours. Presumably, their pizza is already free.
Joining Eisenberg is "Parks and Recreation" and "Human Giant" comedian Aziz Ansari as the best friend who gets roped into helping his slacker pal not die. Get a headstart on explosive laughs with the following clips. Get More »
Here's your challenge: Head over to MTV and check out their new exclusive clip of "30 Minutes or Less" -- and if you aren't completely satisfied, the clip is on the house.
Okay, so the clip is on the house anyway. But that's just one more reason to check out the latest from the upcoming comedy starring Jesse Eisenberg as a pizza delivery guy who is forced to rob a bank when bumbling crooks Danny McBride and Nick Swardson strap a bomb to his chest. And did we mention that Aziz Ansari is in it too?
So check it out and make sure you stick around for their spoof of MTV's hit series "The Challenge." Because in 30 seconds or less, "30 Minutes or Less" will change your entertainment life forever.
Jesse Eisenberg's acting credits include a little bit of everything, from "Adventureland" to "Zombieland" to that little film you may have heard of called "The Social Network" (which earned him an Oscar nomination earlier this year).
"30 Minutes or Less" gets him back in touch with his comedy roots as Nick, an unfortunate pizza delivery boy who's forced to rob a bank with a bomb strapped to his chest. Talk about a bad day.
While his roles vary from hilarious to tragic, they all share one common thread: They have to strike Eisenberg as "authentic." We sat down with him to talk about bringing real-life stories to the big screen, the possibilities of a "Zombieland 2" movie, and... wait, what did someone just put on his bike? Get More »
Couldn't make it to San Diego this year? No worries - that's why we're here.
The experience at Comic-Con is different for everyone -- even every reporter -- so instead of just running through the straightforward movie-related highlights, we thought we'd give you a little more color and share some of our favorite moments.
Andrew Garfield starting an answering service? Check! Kristen Stewart talking about Taylor Lautner's booty shakin'? Double check! Seeing unexpected parts of Colin Farrell and Jason Momoa? Oh, yeah, it happened. Get More »
The original "Ice Age" premiered nearly ten years ago and, those who believed scientific history and reason would have killed off the main characters by now, are sorely mistaken. The franchise is 20th Century Fox and animation studio Blue Sky's cash cow, er, mammoth and there's no sign of slowing down to glacial speeds. "Ice Age" has legs.
The fourth installment, "Continental Drift," is locked and loaded for July 13, 2012 and Deadline was on hand for a promotional presentation that revealed which cast members would be back and what fresh faces we can expect in the film. Get More »
An Oscar nomination at the age of 27 is an impressive feat, but following it up with something remotely close in quality is even more difficult. Jesse Eisenberg finds himself in that position after earning a Best Actor nom for "The Social Network" at last year's Academy Awards -- but any chance of a dip post-Academy Awards is quickly abolished after once look at his new film: "30 Minutes of Less."
A red band trailer for the movie has popped up on IGN and while it may not pack the sharp, snappy dialogue or slow burn drama of "Social Network," it certainly has its own fair share of wit, character dynamic and adrenaline. Only this time, it's coming from two guys trying not to get blown to smithereens by explosives. Get More »