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July sits right in the middle of the Summer movie season and as such, it’s packed with a cornucopia of high profile releases. As we’ve done with the months of May and June, we’re here to help you sort through all of the releases with another Summer Preview Guide. Inside you’ll find information, posters, trailers, and our thoughts on all the major (and some smaller ones too) releases this month so you can decide which films to see and which to wait on.
Be sure to also check out our May and June preview guides to get caught up, and follow all of our Summer 2013 movie coverage for the latest in news and reviews!
July 3rd (Wednesday)
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- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
One of the staples of the outdoor summer screenings in London is undoubtedly the Film4 Summer Screen season at the glorious Somerset House. Even though you’re in the middle of busy London, you’re very much away in a world of your own, well, with a few hundred other film lovers.
We’re very excited to announce the new line-up of films that’s been announced and – take note – tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10am but be quick, they sell out fast! This year, also sees the World Premiere of Richard Curtis’s About Time and two UK Premieres: The Way Way Back and Prince Avalanche.
Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday 24 May 2013
Tickets from £14.50 available online: www.somersethouse.org.uk/film4summerscreen
There’s an extended run out there this time around, so instead of me waffling on just check out the full »
- Dan Bullock
Duncan (Robert Capron) sets out to seize the summer opportunities laid out for him in the first TV spot for The Way, Way Back, which include landing a date with the girl of his dreams (AnnaSophia Robb). Watch as his mom's new boyfriend (Steve Carell) hounds him into being a better man, in theaters this July.
The Way Way Back - TV Spot
The Way, Way Back comes to theaters July 5th, 2013 and stars AnnaSophia Robb, Sam Rockwell, Steve Carell, Amanda Peet, Allison Janney, Toni Collette, Maya Rudolph, Rob Corddry. The film is directed by Nat Faxon, Jim Rash. »
27The ratings for Community have never been great and have been coming down each season. Will they go so low in season four that the sitcom will be cancelled? Stay tuned!
The fourth season of Community typically airs Thursday nights on the NBC network. There are just 13 episodes this time.
Revolving around the students and faculty at Greendale Community College, Community features the talents of Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Jim Rash, Ken Jeong, and Chevy Chase.
Below are the TV show's latest ratings for the 2012-13 season -- the best way to tell if Community will be cancelled or renewed for a fifth season. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Update: ABC has renewed »
NBC's "Community" heads into Thursday's season finale without a renewal. That is clearly the darkest timeline for fans. While it's always ominous heading into a finale with no sign of whether a show is returning, the series has seen several ratings bumps heading into its final episodes. Last month, the comedy saw four consecutive weeks of continuing ratings increases. After dipping for a week, the comedy saw a 20 percent bump in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic last week. Also read: 'Community's' Jim Rash Reveals the Darkest Timeline Returns for Finale "I can't pinpoint »
- Jethro Nededog
Ladies and gentlemen, please ready your torches and pitchforks. Because you're not going to like this article one bit.
NBC should cancel "Community" after Season 4.
That's okay. You have every right to be confused and disappointed in me. But this doesn't mean you should ignore what I'm about to say here. After all, it's part of my job to think about "Community," and I do so regularly. I didn't come to this cancellation decision lightly.
Here are my five reasons to say goodbye now:
1. "Community" isn't giving us a good product.
Even if you have enjoyed the episodes that make up "Community" Season 4, you probably don't think the show is as good as it once was. Sure, there »
ABC 8:00 Dancing With the Stars (new) 10:00 Castle (new) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (new, with guest Edie Falco) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 How I Met Your Mother (new) 8:30 Rules of Engagement (new) 9:00 2 Broke Girls (new) 9:30 Mike & Molly (new) 10:00 Hawaii Five-0 (new) 11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guests John Krasinski and Kerry Washington) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guests Isla Fisher and Jim Rash) Fox 8:00 Rihanna 777 (new) 9:00 Bones (repeat) NBC 8:00 The Voice (new) 10:00 Revolution (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Magic Johnson and Savannah Guthrie) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests Steve Martin and Jenna Fischer) The CW 8:00 Oh Sit! (new) 9:00 90210 (new) More TV to watch when you read more. »
- Maggie Pehanick
It's the cult sitcom famous for its pop culture parodies. As season three hits UK screens, the cast reveal their best adventures
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Modern Warfare Season one, episode 23
Community's first big parody: an out-of-control paintball fight on the Greendale campus that references Die Hard, Terminator, The Warriors and more
"What I love about Modern Warfare is that it starts out very grounded. It's rooted in reality, but then it's not afraid to go really conceptual and high art. It's all about early registration. The winner of the paintball contest gets early registration to classes. Joel McHale's character Jeff Winger wakes up one hour later, and the campus is a wasteland, not unlike Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later. And from there it's all about survival. My favourite part of filming the episode was my character [sociopathic Spanish teacher Señor Chang] getting to do a John Woo entrance, »
- Gwilym Mumford
Jim Rash was given the difficult task of writing last week's episode of NBC's "Community," which saw the breakup of controversial couple Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Troy (Donald Glover). "We knew that we wanted to break them up, the 'Freaky Friday' thing sort of gave us this nice sort of interesting take on that process." Rash told TheWrap about planning the storyline. Primarily, Rash said the breakup story was about Troy, "who from the very beginning of Season 1 has been on this arc to become a man." Also read: 'Community's' Jim Rash »
- Jethro Nededog
Two new films, The Big Wedding and The Way, Way Back, come at the friction of family life in different ways – but only one of them handles the generation gap with maturity
This is a detail from the poster for The Big Wedding, a family comedy that came out in the Us last Friday and is released in the UK at the end of the month (click the magnifying glass for the whole thing).
Chances are that at least two people up there are some of the stars you cherish dearest, so I'll try not to dwell, but the fact is that The Big Wedding has not gone down well in the States. It currently has a 6% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes (though, on the upside, 93% of their readers still want to see it).
Its flaws are, curiously, somehow distilled on the poster. Watching it, you sense some sort of disconnect between the cast, »
- Catherine Shoard
The arrival of a Thursday means many great things - just two more days 'til the weekend, new episodes of The Big Bang Theory and MasterChef - but the greatest of these is another outing for the Tube Talk Q&A!
Any teasers or scoop for this year's Doctor Who finale?
We can't give away any specifics - or we'll have BBC Wales on the blower - but here's some exciting quotes from Jenna-Louise Coleman - impossible girl Clara - about Steven Moffat's series closer 'The Name of the Doctor', which promises to "change the course of Who forever"!
"The finale story is such a fantastic idea; it's epic and huge and filled with drama," said Jenna. "It was really exciting »
La's big downtown fest has already announced their June festival opener as Pedro Almodovar's I'm So Excited and today brought the bulk of their lineup into the light of day. Most notable is the inclusion of Nicholas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives which heads to La Live hot on the heels of its Cannes premiere. Some of you may remember that Refn's last Gosling starrer Drive followed a similar course. Also on the docket is the festival closer and Sundance hit The Way, Way Back directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash. That film brings the red carpet appeal of stars Steve Carrell, Toni Collette, and Sam Rockwell, along with a great performance by young Liam James. Fellow Sundance stand-out Fruitvale Station will also...
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The Way, Way Back follows awkward teenager Duncan (Liam James) through a summer break that’s rather nightmarish whenever he’s with his mom (Toni Collette) and her boyfriend, but has bright moments whenever he’s at the local water park, where he strikes up a friendship with one of the slacker employees (Sam Rockwell). Nat Faxon (Ben and Kate) and Jim Rash (Community) co-wrote, co-directed, and appear in the film.
- Emily Rome
The Los Angeles Film Festival has finally rolled out their full lineup for the upcoming summer fest, and it’s packed with a number of Sundance picks, the return of Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn, and everyone’s favorite film that hasn’t been released just yet, You’re Next. Basically, you should probably start making your schedule now, because this is easily one of Laff’s best lineups yet. The festival will open with Pedro Almodovar‘s I’m So Excited (Almodovar is a Los Angeles favorite, as he’s also served as guest artistic director for La’s other big festival, AFI Fest), close with Nat Faxon and Jim Rash‘s The Way, Way Back, and include special gala presentations in the middle of both Refn’s Only God Forgives and Ryan Coogler‘s Sundance winner Fruitvale Station (formerly known as Fruitvale). Didn’t think you could get a large portion of your awards »
- Kate Erbland
The lineup for the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival has been announced. Fox Searchlight’s The Way, Way Back—which marks the directorial debut of Oscar-winning The Descendants screenwriters Jim Rash and Nat Faxon—has been selected as the closing night film, while Nicolas Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives and the Sundance hits Fruitvale Station and The Spectacular Now will also fill out the festival. Additionally, the fest will host the Us premiere of the sci-fi thriller Europa Report starring Sharlto Copley and there will be community screenings of Badlands, Dazed and Confused and John Waters’ Hairspray. Hit the jump for the full press release. Here’s the press release: Film Independent Announces 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival Line-up Along With Closing Night Film And Galas - Fox Searchlight Pictures’ The Way, Way Back Written and Directed by Oscar® Winners Nat Faxon and Jim Rash to Close the Festival - - »
- Adam Chitwood
Film Independent has revealed the line-up for this year's Los Angeles Film Festival, cherry-picking this and that from Sundance and Cannes with a few other things thrown in here and there. World premieres include Alexander Mirecki's "All Together Now," Ava DuVernay's "Venus Vs.," Robert Machoian and Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck's "Forty Years from Yesterday" and Joe Burke's "Four Dogs." Nicolas Winding Refn's "Only God Forgives" will see its North American debut at the fest via a Gala presentation, following in the footsteps of his last film, "Drive." Holding over from Sundance, Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's "The Way, Way Back" will close out »
- Kristopher Tapley
The coming-of-age story stars Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Allison Janney, Annasophia Robb, Sam Rockwell, Maya Rudolph and Liam James. Fox Searchlight, which acquired the comedy at Sundance, is releasing “The Way, Way Back” on July 5.
The festival, now in its 19th year, also announced Wednesday gala screenings for Ryan Coogler’s “Fruitvale Station” from the Weinstein Co. and the North American premiere of Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Only God Forgives” from Radius-twc. James Ponsoldt’s “The Spectacular Now,” David Lowery’s “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, ” Ava DuVernay’s “Venus Vs.” and Lake Bell’s “In a World …” will also screen as part of the summer showcase series.
The festival had previously announced that Pedro Almodovar’s “I’m So Excited!” will be its opening-night selection on June 13.
The festival, »
- Dave McNary
The festival plans to screen 272 features and 175 shorts, including 48 North American premieres. The lineup includes Jim Rash’s “The Way, Way Back”; Steven Bernstein’s “Decoding Annie Parker”; David Gordon Green’s “Prince Avalanche”; David Lowery’s “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints”; Noah Baumbach’s “Frances Ha”; James Ponsoldt’s “The Spectacular Now”; the world premiere of Adam Rodgers’ “Middleton” and Joe Swanberg’s “Drinking Buddies.”
Newly-minted distributor A24 has set a June 14 limited domestic release for real-life theft drama “The Bling Ring,” starring Emma Watson. Movie centers of group of teens from an affluent Los Angeles neighborhood that robbed »
- Dave McNary
The Seattle International Film Festival has set its massive full lineup for this year's 39th Annual event, including the North American Premiere of Sofia Coppola's Un Certain Regard entry "The Bling Ring," which has been set as the closing night film for the festival. This year's festival will include 18 world premieres, 38 North American premieres, and 6 Us premieres, in a lineup of 447 features and 175 short films. As previously announced, Joss Whedon's Shakespeare adaptation "Much Ado About Nothing," will open the festival, with other highlights including Jim Rash's Steve Carell vehicle "The Way, Way Back," David Gordon Green's "Prince Avalanche," David Lowery's "Ain't Them Bodies Saints," and Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha," among many other recent festival favorites. "My first knowledge of film festivals came from seeing astonishing and extraordinary films from the likes of Ridley Scott, Peter Greenaway, Lars von Trier and Bernardo Bertolucci. Today, those formative experiences. »
- Cameron Sinz
Review Emma Matthews 30 Apr 2013 - 06:15
This review contains spoilers.
4.11 Basic Human Anatomy
As Community's excruciatingly slow crawl towards mediocrity and then death continues, hopes were about as low as they could possibly get that Basic Human Anatomy would represent a continued (if small) improvement - or at the very least, remain a Pierce-free zone. Alas, the sad old get was back in his usual seat this week, but thankfully his involvement was kept to a bare minimum.
And that almost acceptable level of Pierce-involvement, pretty much set the tone for the whole episode. Basic Human Anatomy may not have been exactly what we would have wanted, like last week, most of what has laughingly been called Community recently, was also kept to a bare minimum. Which once again means that it didn't suck. »
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