"The Hangover" star admits, “I don’t want to hurt people, but I do want to make them feel weird. There’s a fine line there.”
Including the "inside jokes" he put in "The Hangover" during his wife's cancer battle.
Brought to you by Todd Phillips, director of The Hangover and its two mangled offspring, War Dogs stars Jonah Hill (in what could either be an ill-advised buy-in or half-hearted middle finger to his new status as a "serious" actor) and Miles Teller as two young gunrunning guns out to make a quick buck off the War on Terror.
10--Beat By Beat Features a Screenwriter-Friendly Movie Structure Once in a while a book comes along that shakes up the world
We're not so easily fooled.
Fifty minutes of Brody "Positive energy!" Stevens is a spectacle both formidable and profound.
Galifianakis has been "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" for a while. Before they were part of the Wolf Pack on "The Hangover" or
In today's day and age the general public at large cannot be won over by just a paid message from a beloved celebrity figure. Those days are over. That is no longer a guarantee alone to capture our attention. We get the game.
The hangover could be settling in earlier than expected for ABC's Mixology, the show about what happens to 10 singles over the course of a single night out in New York City.
While it's far too early to know who ends up with whom and who inevitably goes home alone, it's always fun to speculate, isn't it? So that's exactly what we'll do. With 1 being "A snowball's chance in hell" and 10 being "They're probably in a bathroom stall right now," we'll take a weekly look at our singles' odds of getting lucky.
A clutch of Emmy-winning TV shows are outshone by the return of Foyle's War, a British mystery series that's regained its footing. Also out now are two more great Criterion releases, the godawful Hangover III and a clutch of movies perfect for Halloween.