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Pixels opens on July 24 in the Us and August 12 in the UK. Watch a previous trailer below: »
Crackle is helping people worldwide turn themselves into hicks. Sony’s streaming video network has launched the Hick Yourself! app to promote the upcoming release of Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser on July 16, 2015.
The Hick Yourself! app allows users to add mullets, mustaches, and other white trash-inspired accessories (including a chainsaw) to a photo of themselves. The app’s users can upload their completed hick photos to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. As Variety notes, Crackle appropriately released Hick Yourself! on July 2, which is National Mullet Day.
Crackle’s Joe Dirt film is a made-for-digital sequel to the hit 2001 film starring David Spade as the titular mullet-wearing Southern redneck “hero.” Produced by Adam Sandler’s Happy Madision Productions and directed by the original Joe Dirt lead Fred Wolf, Joe Dirt 2 tells the story of Joe as he travels through central America (and, apparently, his mind) to find his family.
Spade reprises his role as Joe, »
- Bree Brouwer
Of course, Carl Weathers, the man who brought Apollo to life, won't be present in the film (unless there's a Burgess Meredith-like spectral reappearance!), so we've taken some time out to celebrate the man behind the original Creed.
Rocky & Apollo Forever
Weathers played Apollo Creed in the first four Rocky films, duelling with Balboa before the pair eventually become brothers in arms. A thunderous punch from Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren) shockingly killed Creed, prompting Rock to vow revenge in the ring.
The handshake to end »
People thought PTA doing an art house Adam Sandler movie was weird. How about a live action kids movie about a wooden boy?
Via THR, Paul Thomas Anderson’s next film following Inherent Vice may be a version of Pinocchio that Robert Downey Jr. has been developing for the last several years. Anderson is being brought in to rework a script by Michael Mitnick (The Giver) and is being eyed to direct.
Originally, Downey was slated to play Geppetto in a version to be directed by Tim Burton. Burton was then eyed to direct a competing Pinocchio project over at Disney, but eventually settled on Disney’s live action Dumbo movie. But Downey still seems enthusiastic about the project, describing it this way to GQ two years ago:
- Brian Welk
Chris Farley's friends and colleagues have paid emotional tributes to him in a new documentary trailer.
"Success in show business does not always create the best version of people," Bob Saget says in the trailer.
I Am Chris Farley will air on Spike on August 10, followed by a VOD release. »
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Anderson will pen a draft with eye toward directing the film. An auteur like Anderson overseeing a remake of the classic cartoon seems like an odd pairing, though THR says it "shouldn't come as too much of a surprise. Downey was poised to star in Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' until his 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' obligations got in the way and Joaquin Phoenix stepped in to play the lead."
Downey has been working on this "Pinocchio" project for years, but it's gained steam now that live-action takes on classic children's tales have achieve such success (see: "Maleficent" and "Cinderella"). Now, the studios are engaged in an arms race to turn over their libraries. Disney is filming "Beauty and the Beast" with Emma Watson. »
- Kelly Woo
If you are a child of the '90s, you worshipped Chris Farley, and you were - and still are - devastated about the comedian's untimely death. In the documentary I Am Chris Farley, his life and humor are examined, with clips of his iconic Saturday Night Live moments and commentary from his costars and today's current comedians like Adam Sandler, Bob Odenkirk, and David Spade. Prepare to feel every emotion as you watch the trailer for the doc, which will be out on DVD and on VOD on Aug. 11. »
The documentary will feature interviews from Farley’s contemporaries including Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon and David Spade. Lorne Michaels also appears in the trailer, calling Farley “infuriatingly talented.”
Brent Hodge and Derik Murray directed the doc, which includes clips from Farley’s most fan-beloved “Saturday Night Live” sketches and movies including “Black Sheep” and “Tommy Boy.” The comedian died at age 33 of a drug overdose in 1997.
“I Am Chris Farley” will debut on Spike on August 10, followed by a VOD release.
- Marianne Zumberge
I Am Chris Farley Movie Trailer Has Been Released. Brent Hodge and Derik Murray‘s I Am Chris Farley (2015) movie trailer stars Chris Farley, Adam Sandler, Christina Applegate, Mike Myers, Bob Odenkirk, and Dan Akroyd. I Am Chris Farley‘s plot synopsis: “A documentary on the life of comedian, Chris Farley.” I’m a sucker for documentaries that lionize the dead, especially when […] »
- Marco Margaritoff
The brand new trailer is here for the documentary I Am Chris Farley.
The film, directed by Brent Hodge and Derik Murray, includes interviews with Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon and David Spade. It will debut on Spike on August 10, followed by a VOD release.
The film tracks Farley from his early days in Madison, Wis. and at Marquette University, through his work at Second City, “Saturday Night Live” and in films such as Tommy Boy and Black Sheep. He died at the age of 33 of a drug overdose in 1997.
The filmmakers included interviews with Farley’s four siblings, including his brother Tom Jr., who wrote the biography “The Chris Farley Show: A Biography in Three Acts.”
The post Watch The Trailer For I Am Chris Farley Documentary appeared first on We Are Movie Geeks.
- Michelle McCue
“He was infectious. And he was kind. And he was a puppy dog.”
That was what Christina Applegate had to say about the late comedian Chris Farley as part of a trailer for the documentary that will take a look at the life of the star of Saturday Night Live, Tommy Boy, and Beverly Hills Ninja.
The documentary is directed by Brent Hodge and Derik Murray and features conversations about Farley with David Spade (his co-star in many films), Adam Sandler, Bob Saget, Lorne Michaels, Mike Myers, Molly Shannon, and Dan Aykroyd among others.
It is set to profile the comedian, who died in 1997 of a drug overdose, and speak with some of the people who spent the most time with him.
The film is set to open in theaters on July 31 and will be available on VOD and digital download on August 11.
Chris Farley lived his life full speed »
- Zach Dennis
"Anytime you get to talk about Chris Farley is a good day." BuzzFeed has debuted the first official trailer for the documentary I Am Chris Farley, a profile about the life of the beloved comedian who died in 1997. It's probably that many of you grew up watching Chris Farley, whether it was on "Saturday Night Live" or in Tommy Boy, Black Sheep or Beverly Hills Ninja. He died almost 20 years ago, if you can believe it was that long ago, and they've finally made a documentary about him and it's out this summer. I Am Chris Farley features all his friends and colleagues, from Adam Sandler to Lorne Micheals, David Spade, Molly Shannon, Christina Applegate, and Bob Saget. I'm looking forward to catching this doc sometime, looks pretty good. Here's the trailer for Brent Hodge & Derik Murray's documentary I Am Chris Farley, found via BuzzFeed: Chris Farley lived his »
- Alex Billington
Chris Farley's brief life and enduring legacy will be the subject of a new documentary titled I Am Chris Farley. The film will explore the comedian's fast rise from Saturday Night Live to the silver screen followed by his untimely death at age 33. I Am Chris Farley won't premiere on Spike TV until August 10th, but the bittersweet first trailer is now available.
"Success in show business does not always create the best version of people," Bob Saget warns in the film. The film features interviews with many of »
Buzzfeed has exclusively revealed the first trailer for I Am Chris Farley, an upcoming documentary which explores the life and legacy of the beloved comedian who passed away in 1997, aged just 33.
Directed by Grent Hodge, the documentary features contributions from the likes of David Spade, Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Lorne Michaels, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon, Bob Odenkirk, Bo Derek, Tom Arnold and more.
I Am Chris Farley is set to open in U.S. cinemas on July 31st, and will hit DVD, VOD and Digital Download on August 11th.
- Gary Collinson
A new documentary is to look back at the life and career of the late Chris Farley. Here's a trailer for it...
The tragic early death of Chris Farley at the age of 33 brought a premature end to a career that was showing so, so much promise. To this day Farley's comedic talents are widely respected, even if, on the big screen at least, he never quite managed to find a movie to fully match them. He died back in 1997, following a drug overdose.
A new documentary film is arriving later this year by the name of I Am Chris Farley, which is set to chart his life. It includes contributions from the likes of Mike Myers, Christina Applegate, his frequent co-star David Spade, his brother Kevin Farley, and Adam Sandler.
I Am Chris Farley is set for release in the Us on July 31st, before heading to DVD and »
Oh, what could have been. Chris Farley died in 1997 at the age of 33 and yet still left behind an enviable body of work—practically everything on his reel could be considered a highlight, from his SNL Chippendales audition to doing cartwheels on Letterman to all of Tommy Boy, the first buddy-comedy feature he made with David Spade. Spade is among the comedians who appears in I Am Chris Farley, a documentary about the late funnyman premiering Aug. 10 on Spike, after which it will be available on VOD. "Any time you get to talk about Chris Farley [is] a good day, man," Jay Mohr says in the first trailer for the movie, released today. Bob Odenkirk, Adam Sandler, Jay Mohr, Bob Saget, Molly »
The trajectory of Chris Farley proves to be no laughing matter for the famous friends who survived the plus-size comic, a trailer for a new documentary proves. “I Am Chris Farley,” which will air on Spike TV on August 10 followed by a VOD and digital download rollout the next day, is an oral history of the comedian’s life told by former “Saturday Night Live” cast members and costars. Adam Sandler, David Spade, Christina Applegate, Molly Shannon, Dan Aykroyd, Bob Saget, Tom Arnold and more remember the star, who died of a cocaine and morphine overdose in 1997, at age 33. Also. »
- Matt Donnelly
Like many of you, I grew up watching Chris Farley on big and small screens. Whether it was the bit parts in comedy movies starring his more successful (at the time) Saturday Night Live co-stars, his scene-stealing characters on the same late-night skit show, or his starring movie roles alongside David Spade, Farley's comedic talent always loomed large. He seemed impossible to ignore, an unstoppable force of physical comedy (and surprisingly agility) who was destined for greatness. But rather than following in the footsteps of comedians who went on to long and successful careers, Farley's path to an early death due to a drug overdose closely resembled that of his comedy idol, John Belushi. While it's easy to get choked up wondering "What could have been?" for the 33-year-old star, a new documentary looks to revisit his legacy in a biography that explores Farley's life, character, and career through the »
- Dave Trumbore
Over the past week we’ve seen a couple of character vignettes for Pixels featuring Ashley Benson’s Lady Lisa and Peter Dinklage’s Eddie ‘The Fire Blaster’ Plant, and now Sony has debuted another featurette, which introduces us to Ludlow Lamonsoff, played by Josh Gad…
As kids in the 1980s, Sam Brenner (Adam Sandler), Will Cooper (Kevin James), Ludlow Lamonsoff (Josh Gad), and Eddie “The Fire Blaster” Plant (Peter Dinklage) saved the world thousands of times – at 25 cents a game in the video arcades. Now, they’re going to have to do it for real. In Pixels, when intergalactic aliens discover video feeds of classic arcade games and misinterpret them as a declaration of war, they attack the Earth, using the video games as the models for their assaults — and now-u.S. President Cooper must call on his old-school arcade friends to save the world from being destroyed by Pac-man, »
- Gary Collinson
While the big draw of Pixels may be seeing computer game characters we grew up with in the 80’s brought to life, lets not forgot the human characters that will be going up against Pac-Man, Donkey Man, Centipede, and many more pixelated sprites from video games past. Three new video vignettes have come our way, taking us behind the scenes and introducing us to three of our heroes, namely Ludlow Lamonsoff (Josh Gad), Eddie ‘The Fire Blaster’ Plant (Peter Dinklage), and Lady Lisa (Ashley Benson). Check them out below. Released: 24th July (U.S.)/ 14th August (Irl/U.K.) Synopsis: As kids in the 1980s, Sam Brenner (Adam Sandler), Will Cooper (Kevin James), Ludlow Lamonsoff (Josh Gad), and Eddie “The Fire Blaster” Plant (Peter Dinklage) saved the world thousands of times – at 25 cents a game in the video arcades. Now, they’re going to have to do it for real. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
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