Screen Media Films has released a NSFW red band trailer for Corporate Animals, an upcoming dark comedy. The movie comes from Patrick Brice, who previously co-wrote, directed, and starred in the awesome 2014 microbudget horror Creep with fellow star and co-writer Mark Duplass, and also wrote and directed The Overnight and co-wrote (with Duplass once again) and directed Creep 2. The screenplay was written by Sam Bain (Four Lions, Peep Show).
The title features an excellent cast, with Demi Moore, Jessica Williams, Karan Soni, Ed Helms, Nasim Pedrad, Isiah Whitlock Jr., and Calum Worthy all starring. In it, Moore plays a CEO who takes her employees on a team building retreat, a trip which turns into a massive disaster.
You can find more info on Corporate Animals and check out the red band trailer below.
Funny or Die’s awkwardly hilarious Between Two Ferns, hosted by Zach Galifianakis, will be getting its own film. And production has already started.
According to new reports, the film, which will stream on Netflix, is already underway. It’s not clear how the film could work since the comedy bit is designed for a short-segment interview format. But we are getting one. More on the report, below.
If you are looking for a reason to explain Jeremy Renner‘s notable absence from Avengers: Infinity War, then you can say he was busy playing a game of tag. No, literally, he was busy playing tag. I’m not kidding.
Warner Bros has dropped the first trailer for TAG, a comedy that centers on a group of friends (played by Renner, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher, Jake Johnson, Hannibal Buress, and Ed Helms) who have been playing a 30-year game of tag. When Renner’s character, who hasn’t been tagged since they started, announces that he is getting married, the others believe it’s their opportunity to finally get him. Check out the trailer for the film below.
If there is one thing that makes Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson so likable, it’s his ability to play any role in any film with no shame. He can be tough and dramatic on one end, but also drop his vanity can be funny and charming. Now pair that up with the always hilarious Kevin Hart, and you got a great combination for an action-comedy film.
Warner Bros has released the first trailer for Central Intelligence, a film that sees Johnson as a CIA agent accidentally getting Hart’s character wrapped up in a mission, and on the eve of their high school reunion of all times. Check out the full trailer below.
I grew up in Brooklyn, New York, in a family that ritualistically watched ABC’s World News Tonight with Peter Jennings. I loved history and journalism, and ended up teaching high school level history. The calming, straight forward, no nonsense, nonpartisan news days have long since passed. With the advent and expansion of cable news, and the big money filing in, it’s incredibly difficult to find real, genuine news. As channels like Fox News went over-the-top conservative, stations like MSNBC had to hit back equally to the left. 16 years ago a phoenix rose over the garbage heap of the phony “real” news and gave us the greatest fake news show ever. 16 years after taking over for Craig Kilborn, Jon Stewart left The Daily Show last night, in perfect circumstances… as the Republicans were holding their first Presidential debates on Fox News.