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Keep your friends close, keep your enemies closer and avoid You’re the Worst‘s Gretchen at all costs.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kirk and Summers will play Rob and Lexi, a couple whose lives are thrown into disarray after meeting Gretchen at the local coffee shop.
They join a bevy of Season 2 guest stars, including Andy Buckley »
Adam Scott makes Clark Duke crack up by revealing a few hit "family shows" in the future in our exclusive gag reel for the 'Hotter and Wetter' Unrated Cut of Hot Tub Time Machine 2, which debuts on Digital HD formats and iTunes today before its Blu-ray and DVD release later this spring. Apparently, in this comedy sequel's version of the future, shows such as Butthole Party, Vagina Pander, Vagina Panda and Butthole Fiesta air at 7 Pm on Sunday nights. Adam Scott is one of the new cast members for this sequel, playing Adam Jr., the son of John Cusack's character from the 2010 comedy Hot Tub Time Machine.
Nick (Craig Robinson), Jacob (Clark Duke) and Lou (Rob Corddry) have all changed their lives thanks to the power of the hot tub time machine. Everything is going well until tragedy befalls Lou, who is now the inventor of the Internet. »
“Hot Tub Time Machine 2” should have been both a flop and a disaster, but it ended up being neither. Based on a simple conceit spelled out in the title, and with a very no-stars-lead cast, “Hot Tub Time Machine 2” should have been as throw away as it sounds, but Steve Pink's movie turned out to be quite the endearing, funny and bawdy little comedy. For the sequel, thespian John Cusack has not returned, perhaps too busy starring in recent classics like “Drive Hard,” “The Bag Man,” “The Prince” and “Reclaim.” But the original cast of Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Clark Duke and Chevy Chase, are back this time joined by Adam Scott, Gillian Jacob, Thomas Lennon, Christian Slater, Collette Wolfe and “Mad Men” star Jessica Paré who, how shall we put it, elevated her game in the original. Here’s the all-important synopsis: When Lou (Rob Corddry) finds himself in trouble, »
- Edward Davis
Director Steve Pink and writer Josh Heald have been pretty apt at predicting the future thus far with their upcoming time travel comedy sequel Hot Tub Time Machine 2. First, they were able to throw together a Super Bowl trailer that perfectly parodied the New England Patriots Inflate-Gate scandal. Now, a new clip has arrived that predicts Jessica Williams will be the new host of The Daily Show as the Comedy Central mainstay becomes a leading source in global news.
As you may know by now, Jon Stewart announced earlier this week that he is leaving The Daily Show by the end of the year. Now, we get a sneak peek at what his absence might feel like. And it doesn't look half bad. Of course, this is ten years away, so it's any guess who might step in for Jon Stewart before Jessica Williams takes over the hot seat. »
Nick Webber (Craig Robinson) finds himself on a bizarre game show entitled Choozy Doozy, hosted by Christian Slater, in a new red band clip from Hot Tub Time Machine 2. As you likely noticed in the previously released trailers and clips, Nick has become a pop star in the future, ripping off songs from the past and making them his own. This fame and fortune eventually leads him to appear on Choozy Doozy, where members of the audience choose crazy things for the guest to do. Unfortunately, Lou (Rob Corddry) has a hilarious idea for Nick, although the tables get turned quickly.
When Lou (Rob Corddry) finds himself in trouble, Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) fire up the hot tub time machine in an attempt to get back to the past. But they inadvertently land in the future with Adam Jr. (Adam Scott). Now they have to alter »
5 items from 2015
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