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"This is some simulation." There's a new trailer for a science fiction film called 400 Days, but it's actually a Syfy Film that is getting a full theatrical release in January. Turned out better than they were hoping, maybe? 400 Days is from writer/director Matt Osterman and is about a "social experiment" where a small crew of astronauts embarks on a deep space mission to another planet where the travel time is 400 days. Essentially, can they live together in isolation in deep space for that long? The feature film stars Brandon Routh and Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman, comedian Dane Cook, Tom Cavanaugh and Grant Bowler. This definitely looks Syfy cheesy at times, and overly horrific by the end, but I'm still curious to check it out. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Matt Osterman's 400 Days, direct from Syfy Films' YouTube: 400 Days is a psychological sci-fi film centering on four »
- Alex Billington
400 Days is a new sci-fi horror film from New Artists Alliance. The first trailer for the film debuted on Quiet Earth, recently and it can be found here, as well. The clip shows a psychological experiment taking place deep below ground. Events take a surreal turn after an injection and a trip to the surface. 400 Days stars Dane Cook (Mr. Brooks), Caity Lotz (The Pact) and Grant Bowler. To be released in early 2016, more details on the film are hosted here. For more on the story, four astronauts are brought into a simulated mission. Their goal is to reach a distant planet, through this altered reality. They will be locked away for 400 days and the cramped compartments and repetitive scenarios begin to have an effect on the astronauts' minds. However, this mission might actually be real, with the astronauts deceived about their real purpose and mission goals. Psychological experiments can often involve medications. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
Seeing the words “Syfy Films” at the beginning of a trailer does not inspire admiration if anything, it makes me cringe in advance of what's coming so you can imagine my surprise when, for some reason, I kept watching the trailer for 400 Days and discovered that it actually looks pretty great.
Written and directed by Matt Osterman of Ghost from the Machine fame, the movie starts Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman and Dane Cook as four astronauts who participate in a simulation designed to test the effects of deep space travel. The group is locked in an underground bunker for 400 days and, as expected, slowly start to go mad. The thing is, that rather than looking cheap and dumb, which tends to be Syfy's winning formula, this actually looks not only well a [Continued ...] »
If you’ve recently been craving to watch the Dane Cook star vehicle, Good Luck Chuck, then you better hurry up, because it’s about to leave Netflix. Once again, the company is depriving us of comedy classics we just need to watch again and again. In reality, the streaming service is actually dropping some great movies next […]
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- Jack Giroux
The first trailer has debuted for writer-director Matt Osterman’s upcoming sci-fi thriller 400 Days which features DC’s Legends of Tomorrow co-stars Brandon Routh and Caity Lotz. You can watch it below after the official synopsis…
The psychological sci-fi centers on four astronauts who are sent on a simulated mission to a distant planet to test the psychological effects of deep space travel. Locked away for 400 days, the crew’s mental state begins to deteriorate when they lose all communication with the outside world. Forced to exit the ship, they discover that this mission may not have been a simulation after all.
- Gary Collinson
Leave it to Dane Cook to shoo away dating rumors with one simple joke. When asked about the reports flying around of his alleged hookups with singer Miley Cyrus, the comedian advised E! News to get her gussied up for a date tonight. "I'm always the last to know these things," the actor remarked. "Just let Miley know that I'll pick her up for dinner at 8." The 22-year-old MTV Video Music Award host and the 43-year-old funnyman have reportedly been friends for years and even posted a photo together on Instagram after Cyrus' former boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger was caught licking salt of a model during a round of tequila shots on spring break in Cabo San Lucas, »
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- Monica Sisavat
Miley Cyrus is dating Dane Cook. The 22-year-old singer, who was most recently linked to Victoria's Secret model Stella Maxwell, has reportedly been ''hooking up'' with the 43-year-old comedian in recent weeks. A source close to the 'Hands of Love' hitmaker told Us Weekly magazine that the duo have been friends for many years. The pair were first spotted dancing at a party in Los Angeles in December 2013. Miley, who split from former fiancé Liam Hemsworth in 2013 and recently described herself as ''pansexual,'' denied she was in a serious relationship with Stella last month. She said: ''I'm very open about it - I'm pansexual. But I'm not in a relationship. ''I'm 22, I'm going on dates, but I change my style every two weeks, let alone who I'm with.'' She later added: ''Stella's awesome but as soon as you hang out with someone, everyone thinks you're in a relationship. »
Miley Cyrus has found a stand-up guy! A source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly that the “Hands of Love" singer and comedian Dane Cook are “hooking up.” The 22-year-old — who has said she likes “funny” men — and Jessica Simpson’s ex are longtime pals. In December 2013, they had an impromptu dance party at L.A. club The Woods. And this past March, when her then-love, Patrick Schwarzenegger, was snapped doing body shots off a bikini-clad girl on spring break, she regrammed a self-addressed [...] »
Last season saw the demise (or the move to Hulu) of many televised romantic comedies, but against the odds, one very twisted comedy about dating in Los Angeles managed to grow a niche fanbase.
“You’re the Worst,” which is ostensibly about the relationship of so-wrong-for-each-other-they’re-right Jimmy (Chris Geere) and Gretchen (Aya Cash), gets to heart of 21st century romance. Ahead of the show’s Season 2 premiere — and move from FX to Fxx — creator Stephen Falk talked to Variety about what his former boss, “Weeds” and “Orange is the New Black” creator Jenji Kohan, taught him about good writing, and why he thinks rom-coms need an update.
“You’re the Worst’s” theme song suggests that the couple will eventually break up …
One of them is going to have the other in the end or I’m a liar. I don’t know. I love that song. It’s »
- Whitney Friedlander
Most of the key players in David Ayer’s Suicide Squad have been established, but little bits of mystery still linger around individual cast members. One such is comedian Ike Barinholtz, who currently occupies an unspecified role.
Barinholtz, known chiefly for his work on The Mindy Project, had the following to say about his character:
“I can tell you my character in that movie is someone you would not want at your house for dinner. He’s a very troubled human being.”
Given the movie’s about a group of demented, criminal renegades that’s not a massive clue, but it does suggest Barinholtz probably isn’t a good guy. But then, who are the good guys in this thing?
- Daniel Kelly
Social media had a field day with the candidates at the first Republican Presidential debate on Thursday. Many used the occasion to slam Donald Trump, while one sharp-tongued Twitter user referred to the whole debate as “Rich White Male Privilege, The musical.” No one candidate escaped criticism. New Jersey governor Chris Christie received just as sound of drubbing as U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky). However, the online community took particular pleasure in taking jibes at Trump. Also Read: Donald Trump Overshadows Trumpless Debate of Second-Tier Gop Candidates Celebrities also got in on the fun. Comedians Dane Cook and Jeff Ross »
- Joe Otterson
Warning: Explicit language in the videos below. Well isn't this one interesting musical collaboration! Miley Cyrus took the stage with dad Billy Ray Cyrus for the final performance at Los Angeles' iconic House of Blues in West Hollywood on Monday. The Hollywood hot spot had the community-favorite house band, Steel Panther, close out the night. The glam rockers -- who are known for surprising concertgoers with celebrity guests -- gave fans a real treat when they recruited both Miley and her dad to take the stage with them to sing Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar On Me." Check out the videos above to see their awesome performance! "I just had to ask my dad if he was as f--ked up as I was and he said 'Yes,' so we're all good," the 22-year-old said on stage, before showing off some moves to the '80s classic. Billy and »
- tooFab Staff
Amy Schumer is comedy's "it" girl right now. Her brand of comedy, which is less about telling jokes and more about regaling her sexual escapades, real or made up, has taken the nation by storm. But when you get past the "shock" of an attractive blond woman with a cutesy face talking about anal sex in the back of Toyota, what you are really left with is a female version of Dane Cook, circa 2002. And we all know how that turned out.
In Trainwreck, Schumer brings her "irreverent" comedy to the big screen in a story that is supposed to be about a woman named Amy and how her personal life is such a mess due to her rampant sex, alcohol and drug use. Instead, what audiences are getting is a toothless romantic comedy that is less an actual train wreck, and more of minor inconvenience for travelers. You know, »
The most-watched stand-up comedian ever is not Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin, Chris Rock, Bill Cosby, or Kevin Hart. It's not George Carlin, Richard Pryor, Sarah Silverman, Louis C.K., Aziz Ansari, Larry the Cable Guy, Dane Cook, Amy Schumer, or Woody Allen. It's Jerry Seinfeld: No, not Jerry Seinfeld the stand-up comedian who created Seinfeld, but Jerry Seinfeld, the fictional comedian on it. As the lead character on the most popular show on television, that comedian altered comedy by changing the relationship fans had with comedians, and what they expected from them. Seinfeld lands on Hulu today, when interest in stand-up and comedy is at all-time high — we are currently at the peak of a Second Comedy Boom, one that Jerry Seinfeld helped define and foster with Seinfeld and his documentary Comedian. “Millennials have a deeper connection to comedy than previous generations,” Chanon Cook, Comedy Central’s head of research, »
- Jesse David Fox
HBO comedy-drama Entourage did a genius job of reflecting the realities of Hollywood survival. They hooked up actors and actresses (this happens), they jockeyed around studio chiefs over politics (this also happens) and they put a big-time star in rehab for drug addiction (this definitely happens).
But sometimes creator Doug Ellin and his writing team imitated real life before it happened. Ahead of the show's feature-length movie spinoff - out this month - here are 5 times when Entourage predicted the future...
1. Aquaman the movie (Seasons 2 and 3, 2005-2006)
Imagine a time when Hollywood wasn't smothering us with superheroes every other week. Hard, right? Believe it or not, when Entourage plotted Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) to play DC Comics' Aquaman on the big screen, there was merely a routine Spidey and Superman in sight. The movie even hired the mighty James Cameron to direct, plus Mandy Moore - ahem, Vinny's ex - as Aquagirl. »
"It was that epiphany moment," admits Dane Cook when asked about the theme of his latest stand-up comedy special "Troublemaker," which aired on Showtime last fall. "The title came from talking to a couple some months after they had seen me working on this chunk of material," he recalls during our recent video chat (watch below). "At the time, I hadn't really figured out what the theme was going to be, I just knew there was a lot of stuff that was going to be really caustic about our insecurity in relationships, especially in a tech world where we can constantly spy on and keeps tabs on one another." -Break- Jon Stewart shocks viewers by departing 'Daily Show' later this year He reveals, "this couple broke up after my show, pretty much immediately … and one of them mentioned something about being a troublemaker. I was like "alright, that's it", I »
Comedian Dane Cook has reportedly received a lifetime ban from performing at famed Hollywood comedy club the Laugh Factory. Dane Cook Banned Cook, who has performed at the venue for years, was banned due to his behavior towards a waitress recently, according to Entertainment Tonight. Cook allegedly used vulgar and offensive language towards the woman, […]
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- Chelsea Regan
We previously told you which new films and TV shows are coming to Netflix streaming next month, but now it’s time for the bad news: what’s leaving. Quite a few titles are due to expire next month, including Skyfall, The Brothers Bloom, Valkyrie, RoboCop, Life Is Beautiful, BASEketball, the underrated Along Came Polly and more. And if you’ve been putting off watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, time to get crackin’. Here’s a full list of titles that are leaving Netflix next month, via THR: Expiring May 1 12 Dogs of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue (2012) 6 Bullets (2012) A Knight's Tale (2001) Airplane! (1980) Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) All I Want for Christmas (1991) Along Came Polly (2004) An American Haunting (2006) Baby Genius: The Four Seasons Baby Genius: Underwater Adventures BASEketball (1998) Bitter Moon (1992) Boys Don't Cry (1999) Bratz: Babyz: The Movie (2005) Call Me Claus (2001) Call Me Crazy: A Five Film (2013) Cecil B. »
- Adam Chitwood
Want to watch that amazing train chase sequence from "Skyfall" one more time? Get to streaming the 2012 James Bond film before May 5, because it's one of the many films leaving Netflix's queue. How about the original "RoboCop"? You have until May 1 to comply, er, stream it. And if you want to catch up on Audrey Hepburn classics "Funny Face" and "Sabrina," those will also be leaving soon, as well as "Romancing the Stone" and its sequel, "The Jewel of the Nile."
Here's a complete list of the movies that Netflix is pulling from your streaming list. And, just so you're not left empty-handed, here's a list of what's new on Netflix in May 2015. (All titles and dates provided by Netflix and subject to change.)
Leaving May 1
"6 Bullets" (2012)
"12 Dogs of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue" (2012)
"A Knight's Tale" (2001)
"The Accused" (1988)
"Airplane II: The Sequel" (1982)
"All I Want for Christmas" (1991)
- Sharon Knolle
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