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When it comes to romantic getaways, it's hard to beat the City of Light. And it looks like Macaulay Culkin has found a Paris match with Jordan Lane Price. The actors spent Thanksgiving at the Center Pompidou in Paris, looking at the museum's modern art collection and dining at Chez Georges, a restaurant boasting panoramic views from the building's top floor. Culkin, 33, was spotted kissing his new love interest and dancing with her in the street. On Nov. 22, the former child star was also spied affectionately greeting the All My Children actress at the French capital's Orly airport - welcoming »
- Gabrielle Olya and Peter Mikelbank
A new trailer for The Lego Movie drops in a couple of days, but before then Warner Bros. are introducing us to the star of the show Emmet (voiced by Chris Pratt) in this neat little teaser below. The first trailer showed a wealth of fun and invention, some of which carries over here, I can't wait to see what Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the minds behind Cloudly with a Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street (with a little help from Robot Chicken's Chris McKay), have in store for us. Released: 7th February 2014 (U.S.)/ 14th February 2014 (Irl/U.K.) »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
Macaulay Culkin returned to the spotlight over the weekend -- popping up with fellow '90s staples Seth Green and Breckin Meyer at New York Comic Con!Culkin, 33, looked like a mix between Chord Overstreet and Kurt Cobain at the event, where he was sporting long hair, a goatee, tank top and pink and black cat ears.The trio was seen together at a panel for "Robot Chicken," which Culkin has done voices for in the past.We haven't seen much of the "Home Alone" star recently -- and in 2012, he famously disputed reports that he was addicted to heroin and had only six months to live.Fyi those "six months to live" reports were over 13 months ago, so he clearly proved them wrong!When asked what he's been up to since starring in the 2004 flick "Saved" during the panel, Culkin replied "Hiding under a rock somewhere." Green reportedly added »
- tooFab Staff
Macauley Culkin is alive and very well, folks. Last summer, unconfirmed reports surfaced online that the former child star was battling a severe heroin addiction and had allegedly only six months left to live. But on Friday, Oct. 11, Culkin, now 33, made a rare public appearance at New York Comic Con with the cast of the Adult Swim cartoon Robot Chicken. Though dressed in typically eclectic fashion — featuring fuzzy pink animal ears, women's sunglasses, a beaded necklace, and a variety of rings and bracelets -- [...] »
Macaulay Culkin made a rare public appearance on Saturday, Oct. 11, when he showed up for Day 2 of New York Comic Con. The actor—perhaps best known for his role as Kevin McAllister in the first two Home Alone movies—joined Seth Green, Breckin Meyer and Matthew Senreich during the Robot Chicken panel inside the Javits Center. Culkin has voiced various characters in the Adult Swim cartoon since 2005, including Bastian Bux and Billy. Though he's looked gaunt and disheveled in recent years, Culkin seemed healthy and happy at the annual event. (In August 2012, his rep denied that the former child star had developed a drug problem, telling E! News that such reports were "not only categorically »
Bloom and McKenna (pictured) will exec produce the project, which comes with a significant commitment from Showtime, for CBS Television Studios. It centers on a woman who upends her life to stalk an ex.
- Jon Weisman
For those who need more Robot Chicken in their lives, we have a trailer for the Blu-ray and DVD release of Robot Chicken-Season 6, which Warner Home Video released today. Take a look at the footage from this hit Adult Swim series, then check out the cover art and the special features details.
This October, Robot Chicken returns to Blu-ray and DVD in all of its stop-motion - and Emmy Award-winning - glory in the latest release from Adult Swim, Robot Chicken: Season 6! The top-rated, animated television series from co-creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich continues to bring pop-culture parodies to life in the modern take on the variety/sketch show format that has become its trademark. Featuring all 20 episodes from the series' latest season on Adult Swim, the Robot Chicken: Season 6 and DVD boasts a treasure trove of behind-the-scenes footage and insider-access content - enough to satiate any fan of the series, »
• Nova’s Eventful World-Wide Adventure Rockets Roaringly Into Our Renegade Spider! • Zeb Wells (“Robot Chicken”, dressing as Thor on the internet) and Paco Medina (Ultimate X-Men) continue the story of Marvel’s newest, least experienced hero: Sam Alexander. • We’ll get to tying into Infinity next month, but you should probably pick this one up first. Nova #7 Written by Zeb Wells Pencils by Paco Medina Cover by Ed McGuinness »
Yes, you read the headline right: this goofy stop-motion comedy short from the creators of Robot Chicken imagines genre icon Guillermo del Toro (Pacific Rim) and his go-to actor and Hellboy portrayer Ron Perlman sharing an apartment. The filmmakers feel that flip-up sunglasses would be an important part of Perlman's life, while del Toro just wants to finish his first-edition copy of the Necronomicon... but Ron has a lovely present for him. Sunglasses | Friendship All-Stars | L Studio Presents “Sunglasses” is the first entry in L Studios' Friendship All-Stars web series, with a new episode airing each month on their YouTube channel and their official site. Robot Chicken co-founder Seth Green is one of the executive producers, and also hosts his own web series in which he gives people bad haircuts. Seriously. »
- Gregory Burkart
I am childfree this week (it's sleep-away camp time), but that doesn't mean I don't have recommendations for what you and your kids should see during family movie time. Without the kids around to help pick the movies, I've selected three titles I think adults will enjoy as much as kids (that means no CGI-live action hybrids, no offense to "Smurfs" or "Alvin and the Chipmunks" fans).
By the way, have you streamed a great family movie lately on Netflix, Hulu, or iTunes? Let us know in the comments, and we'll consider it for future editions of "Streaming Family Movies."
Rated G Pick: "Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales" (2010, 36 minutes)
Kids Will Love: Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) has always been the more sweet and approachable underdog to Lightning McQueen's shiny champion and kids especially love him. Even the youngest preschooler will enjoy the various tall tales, »
- Sandie Angulo Chen
Rumors related to Star Wars: Episode VII are going to increase as time goes by and for now I've stayed away from most of them, but this latest one from Latino Review is a little interesting as they say Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling and Zac Efron have met with Disney and director J.J. Abrams about the film. While DiCaprio has apparently already been ruled out, it seems the other two may still be in the mix. No word on what character Efron met for, but word is Gosling, a one-time member of the "Mickey Mouse Club", supposedly was discussing tackling the rule as Luke Skywalker's son. The news essentially ends there, but speculation over what it would be like if either Gosling or Efron or both are added to the cast could continue. Gosling's involvement in massive blockbusters has been limited to say the least as he hasn't been involved »
- Brad Brevet
Superior Spider-month Gets Sinister With The Return Of Carnage! • Locked Away In An Asylum, It Looks Like Carnage Is Gone For Good—But His Fellow Inmates Have Other Plans... • Will They Successfully Wake The Monster? • Or Will This Hideous Experiment Create The Most Powerful, Dangerous, Maniacal Carnage Yet... A Superior Carnage? • Kevin Shinick (Avenging Spider-Man, Robot Chicken) and Stephen Segovia (Extreme X-men, Thor) come together to create a story so grotesquely gratifying you wont be able to look away! Superior Carnage #1 Written by Kevin Shinick Pencils by Stephen Segovia Cover by Clayton Crain Variant Cover by Marco Checchetto »
Lexus' L Studio is adding another top-notch team to its list of creative talent. The branded platform is the home of Friendship All-Stars, a new series produced by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich of Robot Chicken fame. Like Robot Chicken, Friendship All-Stars will feature a stop-motion animation style. It will follow the wacky lives of a group of fictional celebrities who live together in a apartment building. The shows three creators--Harry Chaskin, Dan Lippert and Justin Michael--appeared with Green on a joke show called Cutting Bowls With Seth G, where they explained the show while Green gives Lippert a dorky bowl cut. LStudio is best known for Web Therapy, Lisa Kudrow's award-winning web series turned Showtime TV program. Friendship All-Stars will be the seventh comedy to debut on the site. "This is a really unique, original and funny series. It's unapologetically silly and at times, just plain ridiculous, »
- Sam Gutelle
Superior Spider-month Gets Sinister With The Return Of Carnage! • Locked Away In An Asylum, It Looks Like Carnage Is Gone For Good—But His Fellow Inmates Have Other Plans... • Will They Successfully Wake The Monster? • Or Will This Hideous Experiment Create The Most Powerful, Dangerous, Maniacal Carnage Yet... A Superior Carnage? • Kevin Shinick (Avenging Spider-Man, Robot Chicken) and Stephen Segovia (Extreme X-men, Thor) come together to create a story so grotesquely gratifying you wont be able to look away! Superior Carnage #1 Written by Kevin Shinick Pencils by Stephen Segovia Cover by Clayton Crain Variant Cover by Rafa Garres »
Aquaman Volume 2: The Others continues to re-establish the King of Atlantis's position as a super hero just as important to the DC Universe as Green Lantern or The Flash. The second collection of the monthly series contains issues #7 through 13. Writer Geoff Johns and artist Ivan Reis energetically bring the character's complex and adventurous tales to life.
When Black Mantis begins killing off members of Aquaman's first super hero team, he is forced to re-join them and keep the super-villain from gathering together ancient and powerful Atlantean relics for his own evil purposes. Black Mantis's motivation is fueled even more by his hatred and thirst for revenge against Aquaman, which makes him even more volatile and motivated. Will Aquaman allow the Others to help him in the fight against his greatest foe, or will he drive them away to keep the team safe from a fury he feels responsible for creating? »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric Shirey)
The eagle-eyed lads at Bleeding Cool have spotted the following in the solicit for Nova #7.. Nova #7 Zeb Wells (W) • Paco Medina (A) Cover by Ed McGuinness • Nova’s Eventful World-Wide Adventure Rockets Roaringly Into Our Renegade Spider! • Zeb Wells (“Robot Chicken”, dressing as Thor on the internet) and Paco Medina (Ultimate X-Men) continue the story of Marvel’s newest, least experienced hero: Sam Alexander. • We’ll get to tying into Infinity next month, but you should probably pick this one up first. 32 Pgs./Rated T+ …$3.99 It's unlikely that it's a coincidence, so assuming that it's not, it'd be a fair bet that Marvel have something planned for the New Warriors. The original team was made up of supporting characters from other ongoing series, and consisted of Nova, Speedball, Namorita, Marvel Boy, Firestar and Night Thrasher. But there have been many incarnations since, with additions such as Darkhawk, Scarlet Spider, Dagger »
May the 4th may be gone for another year, but as far as we are concerned, every day is a day to celebrate and embrace all things Star Wars, for obvious reasons based on a neat little pun. So, we’re taking the opportunity to take a look back at some of the best examples of Star Wars references in our popular culture. This list could extend for pages, but in the interest of time I have compiled seven of my favourite picks. Some are longer than others, but all will keep you entertained.
I have omitted overly obvious things like the Star Wars-obsessed film Fanboys, Star Wars: Robot Chicken and the Friends episode “The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy”, which confirms Ross’ fantasy of having Rachel dress up as Princess Leia. I also believe that is the only Star Wars reference in Friends…This is a common one, »
- Darragh O'Connor
With the exception of the classic seminal Hitch-Hiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, funny science-fiction shows are in short supply. So much so, in fact, that I believe Red Dwarf may be the only one around — who mentioned Hyperspace? Get the hell out of here! The thing about it is that it doesn’t just lampoon science-fiction: that would be easy enough to do, as films like Spaceballs and Galaxy Quest, and even the Robot Chicken Star Wars have shown us. But it’s a lot harder to be properly respectful to the thing you’re putting a humorous slant on, and to understand and embrace it, than it is just to basically make a laugh out of it. And Red Dwarf has I believe managed to straddle the border between serious or at least semi-serious sci-fi and comedy, without totally sliding over onto either side.
Now you might say that’s wrong, »
- Deryck O'Byrne
Check out this wicked cool stop-motion animated short that features an action-packed car chase sequence called Micro Mayhem! The short was created by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, and sent to us by Eric Towner who is a producer on the TV series Robot Chicken.
Buckle your safety belts and check out this impossibly small, 100% hand-crafted, stop-motion animation short cooked up by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.
As you'll see, this thing turned out super rad! It's very creative and entertaining, and there's some really fun shots! Enjoy the show!
Micro Mayhem! from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios on Vimeo.
- Joey Paur
We'll find out soon enough!
Hamm has now signed on to star, as it were, opposite Sandra Bullock in Illumination Entertainment's "Minions," a follow-up to the wildly successful animated flick "Despicable Me" which puts focus on those hilarious little scuttle bugs.
The Minion-centric spin-off prequel will journey back in time to a point when the energetic little monsters served another super horrible and world domination-hungry master: Bullock's Scarlet Overkill. Hamm will portray her husband Herb.
Hamm and Herb. Huh. Sounds like a pretty tasty dish.
This isn't Hamm's first animated role, of course. In addition to guest stints on the cartoon programs "Bob's Burgers," "Archer" and "Robot Chicken," he also voiced Brogan the Ogre in "Shrek Forever After. »
- Amanda Bell
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