Last year we learned that a horror comedy from Tucker & Dale vs. Evil director Eli Craig titled Little Evil was coming to Netflix. Now the streaming service has released an official trailer for the movie, which stars Adam Scott and Evangeline Lilly.
The movie follows a man (played by Scott) who just got married (to Lilly’s character)…only to find out that his new stepson happens to be the Antichrist. It’s basically The Omen, but with a healthy dose of comedy mixed in.
It’s an age-old rivalry – Star Wars vs. Star Trek and actor Donald Faison has brought it back into the arena.
The Scrubs actor, a self-professed Star Wars fanatic, made an appearance last week on Conan to promote his latest film, Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife, which is out now On Demand and in select theaters in NY and LA. During the appearance, he talked about celebrating this 40th birthday at Disneyland, where he donned a Darth Vader helmet hat. This led to a discussion about Star Trek and how Faison feels it’s “lame” in comparison to Star Wars. To prove his point, the actor brought a clip from the original Star Trek television series episode “Arena” where Captain Kirk (William Shatner) fights the Gorn.
Check out the video of Faison’s Star Wars vs. Star Trek appearance here below.
Last month we saw the first trailer for Wish I Was Here, Zach Braff‘s second effort as director after Garden State and the movie which he somewhat controversially got help in making by using the crowdfunding website Kickstarter. That first trailer was more of a teaser, but now the first official full trailer has been released online.
Whether you’re bothered by Braff’s strategy in making the movie or not, it’s hard not to feel good things watching these trailers.
You can check out the full trailer for Wish I Was Here below.
Zach Braff‘s long-awaited directorial follow-up to his 2004 hit Garden State, Wish I Was Here, has traveled an interesting road. Braff took to Kickstarter to fund the movie—and had much success in doing so—but faced some backlash from those who felt someone of his status shouldn’t be seeking the donations of fans to finance a project.
With all of that in the past, the movie has been made and had a strong showing at the Sundance Film Festival before being picked up by Focus Features for distribution in North America. Now the first teaser trailer for Wish I Was Here has been released, and can be seen below.
Kick-Ass 2 is coming out in about a month, but that doesn’t mean the film’s producers can’t get the word out to fans at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The director Jeff Wadlow, as well as the creators of the comic, Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. along with actors Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Lindy Booth, Donald Faison, and John Leguizamo all appeared on the panel in Hall H today. And they brought some all-new footage with them.
Some of the footage from the film showed off Kick-Ass getting into better shape as well as revealing to his friend that he is the famous hero. Taylor-Johnson spoke about how both he and Chloe Grace-Moretz, who made an appearance at the beginning of the panel via satellite from a remote location, had both grown so much since the first movie, and how that affects the new movie.