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WonderWoman Crush Wednesday: Lizzy Caplan

I’ve basically been obsessed with Lizzy Caplan since 2004. At the time that Mean Girls was released, I was a homeschooled junior in high school, so naturally I had to see Mean Girls, expecting to see much of myself in Cady. 259 more words


Movie Review: Bachelorette (2012)

Katie: “I don’t understand anything anyone is talking about most of the time”

Plot: Three friends are asked to be bridesmaids at a wedding of a woman they used to ridicule back in high school. 350 more words


THE INTERVIEW (2014): The Rogen Franco Bromance Continues

Seth Rogen and James Franco are two filmmakers I really appreciate.

The Interview (2014) is their latest work – and the trailer…?

May their partnership thrive always. 11 more words


Kim Jong-Un Is Hardly A Bad Guy In The Final Trailer For 'The Interview'

Remember how North Korean officials were all, “Hey, you better not make a movie about Kim Jong-Un being assassinated or else!” and everyone in America laughed and made jokes about missiles falling in the ocean? 122 more words

Film Drunk

Now You See Me 2 Subtitled The Second Act

Mark Ruffalo’s character of Dylan Rhodes was able to shock everyone in the end of Now You See Me in which Summit Entertainment decided to allow Mark Ruffalo to reveal the official Now You See Me sequel title as Now You See Me: The Second Act through his Instagram account. 113 more words

AVS Movie Updates

The Interview Final Trailer - Meet Kim Jong-Un

Dave Skylark has landed the Interview of a lifetime as they head to North Korea to interview Kim Jong-un.Release Date: 25 December 2014 (United States)In the action-comedy The Interview, Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid … 37 more words

An Early Bro-mo of "The Interview"

By: Fabio Di Leo

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are the best comedic writers of this young 21st century. Was my statement bold enough? Absolutely. But more importantly like their movies, it is the honest truth. 743 more words