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Welcome to the latest (the twentieth!) installment of Trailer Park, our regular look at the latest trailers to hit the interwebs. This weeks line-up features a bevy of the latest movie trailers including: Big Hero 6, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, Birdman, Interstellar, Wish I Was Here, Lets Be Cops, Evil Feed, Map to the Stars, Skeleton Twins, The Calling, Mortdecai, and The Pact 2.
With all the heart and humor audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, “Big Hero 6” is an action-packed comedy-adventure about robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who learns to harness his genius—thanks to his brilliant brother Tadashi and their like-minded friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred. When a devastating turn of events catapults them into the midst of a dangerous plot unfolding in the streets of San Fransokyo, Hiro turns to his closest companion—a »
- Phil Wheat
Admit it. Before Guardians of the Galaxy, you only knew Chris Pratt as 'that guy' from Parks and Recreation and Zero Dark Thirty, back when he made his bread and butter with character actor roles, long before Star-Lord made him a massive star. Seemingly born from his rise in popularity, EW have brought together some of the finest character actors in the business, including Donal Logue (Blade, and the upcoming Gotham t.v. show), Doug Jones (Abe Sapien from Hellboy), Anthony Stewart Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Rob Cordry (Hot Tub Time Machine), for this fake PSA highlighting the importance of the character actors, and how they are much more than 'that guy in that thing'. »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
Academy Award nominee Haley Joel Osment (Best Supporting Actor, The Sixth Sense, 1999), Emmy Award winner Gillian Anderson (Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “The X Files,” 1993), Rufus Sewell (Dark City) and Victor Garber (TV’s “Alias”) star in the sci-fi drama I’LL Follow You Down, debuting on Blu-ray™ and DVD Aug. 5 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Written and directed by Richie Mehta (Siddharth), the film is a sci-fi exploration of wormholes, parallel universes, love, and the possibility of starting over. After the disappearance of an accomplished physicist (Rufus Sewell), his son Erol (Haley Joel Osment) and wife Marika (Gillian Anderson) struggle to cope. Years later, now a young scientist himself, Erol discovers a formula that could kill him, throw him into the unknown … or bring his family back together. Bonus materials include a behind-the-scenes featurette and deleted scenes.
An accomplished physicist (Rufus Sewell) mysteriously disappears on a business trip. »
- Tom Stockman
Sony Pictures announced today that The Interview, which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco, has been pushed from October 10, 2014 to December 25, 2014. The upcoming comedy will go up against Paramount's Hot Tub Time Machine 2, Disney's Into the Woods, Universal's Unbroken and The Weinstein Company's Paddington on Christmas Day.
Here's what Sony President of Worldwide Distribution Rory Bruer had to say about the new release date in a statement.
"The combination of Seth (Rogen), Evan (Goldberg), and James (Franco) is pure comedic magic. In our early screenings of The Interview, we've seen that they've delivered yet again, and we're thrilled to be making the move to Christmas - one of the most important moviegoing days of the year and the perfect date to show off their brand of comedy."
The raucous first trailer for The Interview, in which Seth Rogen and James Franco conspire to assassinate North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un, irked the rogue nation so much that it unofficially denounced the comedy then formally filed a complaint with the Un over its content, the mass distribution of which a spokesperson for North Korea equated to “an act of war.” Given that politically charged background, it’s quite amusing that Sony Pictures has seen fit to move it from its October 10th date to December 25th.
Rory Bruer, president of Sony’s Worldwide Distribution, spoke for the studio in an official statement, which read as follows:
“The combination of Seth, Evan, and James is pure comedic magic. In our early screenings of The Interview, we’ve seen that they’ve delivered yet again, and we’re thrilled to be making the move to Christmas – one of the most important »
- Isaac Feldberg
In Reclaim, Ryan Phillippe and Rachelle Lefevre star as a couple who travel to Puerto Rico to adopt a child, only to discover that they have been lured in by a black-market-adoption scam. Things turn pretty ugly, and it seems that straggly-haired John Cusack is to blame, if all his ominous monologues and gun-wielding and duct-taping of peoples' mouths shut are any indication. So you're too good for Hot Tub Time Machine 2, but you're not too good to play the stock villain? Damn it, Cusack, it's like we don't even know you anymore. »
- Anna Silman
John Cusack was once the oddball star of such classics as High Fidelity, Being John Malkovich and Grosse Pointe Blank, but 2014 has seen the actor knock out 4 films already with more to come by the end of the year. These aren’t the wonderful films Cusack used to put out but are instead a range of straight to DVD films, or films that share a limited theatrical run with an on demand release date. Reclaim is no different, with Cusack being a sinister guy who adopts out children for high prices, and then reclaims them in order to continue the scame. Ryan Phillippe plays an unsuspecting American who, along with his wife played by Rachelle Lefevre, become victims to the menacing Cusack, but will stop at nothing to get their recently adopted daughter back. It looks like a decent bit of action fluff, but surely Cusack must be running on empty by now. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Well, it turns out that a hot tub time machine can do more than travel backwards in time, and it might have a mind of its own, as we learn in the e new red-band trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2. As the Repairman states: “The hot tub doesn’t take you where you want to go, it takes you where you need to go.”
In the new red-band trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2, the sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine (2010), Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, and Clark Duke (we’re already skeptical due to the absence of John Cusack, who has been replaced by Adam Scott) are living the high life after Lou (Corddry) altered their futures at the end of the first film. But when a would-be assassin attempts to kill Lou, they must use the hot tub again to save his life by preventing the attempt on Lou’s life. »
- Mike Tyrkus
To mark the release of About Last Night on 28th July, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on DVD.
Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall and Joy Bryant star in this hilarious romantic comedy about what men and women really want. Bernie (Hart) and Joan (Hall) are two fiery flirters who are passionate about everything from hookups to breakups. When he sets up his best friend, Danny (Ealy), with her roommate, Debbie (Bryant), the sparks soon fly as they try to navigate the relationship minefields from the bar to the bedroom.
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Nobody will ever have the balls to remake Back to the Future or The Terminator. They are the untouchable time travel classics. And without them we couldn’t have a movie like Hot Tub Time Machine, which paid it all back in homage in ways that wouldn’t make a lot of sense for people unfamiliar with those earlier cultural staples (and who’d just be confused now if there were multiples of them). Not a whole lot about the 2010 comedy mirrors Bttf, yet the ending has a similar, albeit more extreme, case of the present being altered for the better thanks to changes made via a trip to the past. The movie concludes with a brilliant joke: Rob Corddry‘s character has used his knowledge of the future (present) to invent Google before Google (he calls it “Lou-gle”). Sorry to spoil that for anyone who hasn’t seen the first Httm already, but »
- Christopher Campbell
Oh yeah, they actually made a sequel which looks roughly ten times dumber than the first one, and I liked the first one. Yet somehow I bet I’ll end up watching Hot Tub Time Machine 2, too. So maybe you noticed, no John Cusack this time, must have pissed the wrong producer or something (or […]
Read Lou Needs More Time in Hot Tub Time Machine 2 on Filmonic.
Rob Corddry (Sex Tape), “The Office”’s Craig Robinson, and Clark Duke (Kick-Ass 2) are back as the rag tag, drunken group of time-travelling best friends in their sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine. After living out their lives through the 90s and 00s, Lou (Corddry), Nick (Robinson), and Jacob (Duke) have abused the system, pretending that, yes, they really did write that Lisa Loeb song, and they’re totally the inventors of the Internet.
But something, of course, goes terribly wrong, and Adam Scott takes the vacated seat of John Cusack (no!) in the hot tub to prevent some “future crime.” The boys aren’t going back to the 1980s, but rather, they’re going to the future – to 2024.
Check out the red-band trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2 below! »
- Sasha James
Don't go for second best baby, put your love to the test
We're counting down to the weekend with a dazzling salvo of pop-related news, videos, music and idle pontification
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If you're in London, go and see Raekwon The Chef at Brooklyn Bowl. If you're lucky, he might bring his Friday night disco moves:
The new series of Noel Fielding's divisive Luxury Comedy starts on E4 next week (although you can watch the first episode now on 4oD). Instead of an office-treehouse, this series is set in a coffee bar. So naturally E4 have just sent us some Luxury Comedy-branded coffee.
A surreal experience with hints of whimsy and a note of tight leather trouser, »
- Sam Richards
Yesterday, Paramount surprised Hall H at San Diego Comic Con 2014 with a new Interstellar trailer and an appearance by Chirstopher Nolan. We have the full transcript of the highlights, including a monologue from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Aka Hercules.
I cut the SpongeBob stuff as an editorial decision, folks. Not only did they mostly show a trailer that went over weird, but Nickelodeon pulled one of my favorite cartoons, The Legend of Korra, off television yesterday to switch it over to a Nick.com Digital Series. So Nicktoons ain't getting no love here. Not with a live-action Turtles movie in 2 weeks.
Transcript by the amazing fingers on the keyboard on the ground: Jeri Jacqui!
Keith Staskiewicz (moderator): How’s it going Hall H. I’m super excited and we have a lot of stuff. »
I actually wasn't even aware that a sequel was in the works! But say hello to "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," the sequel to the 2010 film "Hot Tub Time Machine," directed by Steve Pink, from a script penned by Josh Heald. What's it about? Well, it's called "Hot Tun Time Machine." The film stars Craig Robinson, Adam Scott, Rob Corddry, Chevy Chase, Gillian Jacobs, and Clark Duke. It is scheduled to be released on December 25, 2014. This time, our friends Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) use the time traveling hot tub to try and get back to the past to save Lou (Rob Corddry), after he is shot, but they inadvertently end up ten years in the »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Turns out the hot tub time machine can do more than go back in time.
In the new red-band trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2, the sequel to the 2010 comedy Hot Tub Time Machine, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, and Clark Duke are living the life after they traveled back in time and used their knowledge of the future to get rich. But when Lou (Corddry) gets shot (in a very sensitive place), they return to the hot tub to save his life. Only this time, they end up in the future—2024, to be exact. From there, we get a little Adam Scott, »
- Samantha Highfill
You could say that nobody wanted a sequel to the 2010 movie, Hot Tub Time Machine. A movie where a bunch of friends do a spot of time travelling in a bloody hot tub. So, for this to get a sequel means it made a tonne of money, right? Nope! With an estimated budget of $36 million, the movie only raked in $64 million worldwide, making it an absolute flop. We gave it 3 stars, advising people that “you could see alot worse, but leave your brain at the door.” Somebody somewhere lost their mind and greenlit this thing and now we have the red band trailer, which is Nsfw, so keep that in mind before you press play. It’s more of the same, and while that isn’t a bad thing at times, you be the judge! Like the Christmas present you never wanted it’s released on Christmas Day Stateside and »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Vic Barry)
Though Hot Tub Time Machine – which starred Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, and John Cusack – was not a major success at the box office, home video sales proved strong enough to warrant a sequel. And though most of the cast has returned for Hot Tub Time Machine 2, Cusack couldn’t due to a scheduling conflict; instead, Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) will portray the son of Cusack’s character.
Now, the first trailer for the sequel – a red-band trailer – has been released, and it sees the cast of the first film (sans Cusack) traveling to the future to stop the murder of Corddry’s character from happening in the past. Somehow.
Click to continue reading ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2′ Red-Band Trailer: Just Like Terminator
- Ben Moore
While it’s not exactly Terminator or Back to the Future, Hot Tub Time Machine struck a chord with fans of time travels and 1980′s style shenanigans. The film has achieved cult status which means MGM and Paramount are interested in seeing if they can wring any more cash out of the concept. John Cusak is gone, but Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, and Rob Corddry are back. A red band trailer has been released for the film which shows slight signs of potential.
“Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) use the time traveling hot tub to try and get back to the past after Lou (Rob Corddry) gets in trouble, but they inadvertently end up ten years in the future, which they must alter if they want to save their present-day environment.”
- Anghus Houvouras
Arriving in cinemas at the end of the year is the sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine. Thoughtfully entitled Hot Tub Time Machine 2, all of the key cast are returning for this one (Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Clark Duke, , with the exception of John Cusack. Adam Scott is the new recruit. Steve Pink directs.
The first full trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine 2 premiered at Comic-Con yesterday, and it's now landed online. It's a red band trailer, so it's got a couple of swears in it and a disrobed lady.
So then: here's what's heading to cinemas this December...
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