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Netflix has renewed Bill Burr‘s “F Is for Family” for a second season, the comedian announced Friday. “The second season of F Is For Family is officially official! Ten new episodes for Netflix! Thanks to everyone that watched the first season!” Burr said on his Facebook page. Burr created the series along with Emmy winner Michael Price. Laura Dern voiced Frank’s wife Sue; and Justin Long voices the family’s oldest son, Kevin. Also Read: 'F Is for Family,' 'Bob's Burgers' Kick Off New Wave of Animated TV Comedies for Grown-Ups The show is executive-produced by Burr, »
- Linda Ge
A poster and trailer have arrived online for director Peter Billingsley’s upcoming crime thriller Term Life, which is based on Image Comics graphic novel of the same name and stars Vince Vaughn and Hailee Steinfeld; check them out below…
Everyone wants Nick (Vince Vaughn) dead. A desperate man, Nick takes out a life insurance policy on himself, payable to his estranged daughter (Hailee Steinfeld). But the policy doesn’t take effect for 21 days and he might not live that long.
- Amie Cranswick
Over two years ago, Universal axed this adaptation of the Image Comics’ Term Life. Adapted by the comic’s writer, Andy Lieberman, the thriller was quickly revived. In 2014, cameras were rolling for director Peter Billingsley‘s (Couples Retreat) film, which stars Vince Vaughn and Hailee Steinfeld. Since principal photography, we’ve heard little about the project, but it’s finally coming out this March. Watch […]
- Jack Giroux
"No one can connect us to any of this." Focus World has unveiled a trailer for the film Term Life, a crime drama starring Vince Vaughn as a man being hunted by hitmen trying to extended his life in hopes that his insurance policy will kick in just in time to pay out to his estranged daughter. Hailee Steinfeld co-stars as his daughter, and the cast features Taraji P. Henson, Jon Favreau (in some kind of role), Terrence Howard, Annabeth Gish, Bill Paxton, Mike Epps and Jordi Mollà. This isn't so much of a comedy, but it has some funny moments, though I still can't help feel Vaughn seems out of place. Maybe it's just me. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Peter Billingsley's Term Life, originally debuted by Yahoo: A guy (Vince Vaughn) wanted around town by various hit men hopes to stay alive long enough for »
- Alex Billington
True Detective season 2 may have stooped far below the bar of expectations set by its predecessor, but Vince Vaughn has still caught the action-thriller bug, as today’s thrilling first trailer for Peter Billingsley’s (Couples Retreat) Term Life attests.
While Vaughn headlines the drama as Nick Barrow, Pitch Perfect 2 and True Grit actress Hailee Steinfeld is on board to complete the father-daughter duo. Term Life will push the pair to the brink, too, given that Vaughn’s character, upon receiving umpteen threats against his life, takes out a comprehensive life insurance policy to carve out a healthy sum to leave to his estranged daughter.
There’s a hitch to that plan, though; said policy doesn’t take into affect for a full 21 days, forcing Nick and his daughter to become fugitives for three weeks in order to shake that looming price on his head. It’s all very ridiculous and over-the-top, »
- Michael Briers
If True Detective was Vince Vaughn‘s return to drama, the actor is now testing his action-thriller skills with a new film this spring, Term Life. Teaming with True Grit‘s Hailee Steinfeld, the film follows the two as a father-daughter duo who go on the run, with Vaughn’s wanted character having to live for at least 21 days in order to take out a life insurance policy for his daughter.
The first trailer has now landed today, and coming from Peter Billingsley (Couples Retreat), it looks like direct-to-dvd material, but it is in fact getting a little theatrical release. Also starring Bill Paxton, Jonathan Banks, Mike Epps, Jon Favreau, Jordi Molla, Shea Whigham, William Levy, Taraji P. Henson, Annabeth Gish, Terrence Howard, and Cain Velasquez, check out the trailer and poster below.
Term Life opens on on April 8th in theaters and hits VOD on March 1st.
- Leonard Pearce
Espn Films today announced several new "30 for 30" projects, including documentaries on the 1985 Chicago Bears and the Duke lacrosse scandal, and the first-ever "30 for 30" miniseries event, “Oj: Made in America.” The third volume of the award-winning and critically acclaimed series will kick off with the premiere of “The ‘85 Bears” on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 9 p.m. Et, followed by “Fantastic Lies” on Sunday, March 13, at 9 p.m. Et, both on Espn. The miniseries event, “Oj: Made in America,” will debut in June. “The ’85 Bears,” directed by Emmy Award winner Jason Hehir (“The Fab Five”) and executive produced by Vince Vaughn and Peter Billingsley, will look at perhaps the most famous football team of all-time - the Super Bowl Xx champion Chicago Bears - on the 30th anniversary of their epic triumph. The birth of Buddy Ryan’s 46 Defense, the sweet-revenge victory over the 49ers, the loss to the Dolphins that ruined their. »
- Shadow And Act
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