We’ve all seen it before: you click on a link to a page you’d really like to view and that annoying “404” error is displayed across your screen. But why? Where could the page have possibly gone? What happens beneath that website mistake, in the dark depths of the World Wide Web?
A trailer has been released for Dimension 404, a new science fiction series premiering on Hulu from Rocket Jump, the production company behind the popular web series, Video Game High School. An anthology show that taps into the scary, weird, and humorous aspects of the internet’s expansive unknown.
Read the synopsis and check out the trailer below!
A new supernatural anthology series is set to hit Hulu next month. Dimension 404, airing on 4/04, is a 6-episode series, where each episode is its own self-contained story. Lea Michele (Glee, Scream Queens), Robert Buckley (iZombie), Joel McHale (Community), Sarah Hyland (Modern Family), Constance Wu (Fresh Off The Boat), Patton Oswalt (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Megan Mullally (Will & Grace), and Tom Noonan (12 Monkeys) are some of the names set to star. The first 3 descriptions of this show created by Dez Dolly and Will Campos, and co-created by Dan Johnson and David Welch, have been released.
Check out the teaser, synopsis and episode descriptions below.
The Kings of Summer Blu-ray | DVD
Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Written by Chris Galletta
Starring Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, Moises Arias, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, Marc Evan Jackson, and Alison Brie CBS Films
Rated R | Running Time: 93 Minutes
Release Date: September 24, 2013
It’s time to go back to when you were just a kid. You just made it to high school and you have a whole new world ahead of you. You have your best friends, and of course you have that one girl that catches your eye and she’s all you ever think about. It’s also that time, when you are starting to rebel against your parents and their weird, but loving ways. Well, what if you have had enough of their crazy antics and decide to runaway and build your own place, deep in the woods, and live like kings, with no rules but your own.
In The Kings of Summer, we get to see what happens when you leave the comforts of home and go out to live on your own, with just your close friends nearby. The story follows two teenagers, Joe (Nick Robinson, Melissa and Joey) and Patrick (Gabriel Basson, Super 8), both of whom are sick of their parents. Joe, dealing with the loss of his mother and a father Frank (Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation) he can’t seem to connect with, and Patrick, whose parents (Megan Mullally, Will and Grace l Marc Evan Jackson, Suit Up, are a little too happy and nice at times.
Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, The Kings of Summer stars Nick Robinson as Joe Toy, a high school freshman on the verge of adolescence who finds himself increasingly frustrated by his father Frank’s (Nick Offerman) attempts to manage his life.
Smashed Directed by James Ponsoldt
Written by James Ponsoldt and Susan Burke
Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Aaron Paul, Octavia Spencer, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally
Super Crispy Entertainment/Sony Pictures Classic
Rated R/85 Minutes
Limited Release: October 12, 2012
Smashed deals with married couple Kate and Charlie, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim vs the World) and Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), who seem to spend a lot of their time drinking. But after a few scary moments for Kate, waking up on a couch in the middle of nowhere, she decides, along with help of a fellow co-worker, Dave (Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation), that AA and her sponsor Octavia Spencer (The Help), might be a wise decision. But when you take away one of the things they have in common, can their marriage survive as her life changes for the better or worse?
We have had many movies come out that deal with alcoholism and its affects on people and the people who love them. I guess for me, the one that comes up right away is Leaving Las Vegas, which deals more with a guy who is ready to check out and doesn’t feel help is going to make things better.