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Rebel Wilson’s ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Trailer Spoofs Every Rom-Com Cliche – But Still Has Shirtless Liam Hemsworth (Video)

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Rebel Wilson’s ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Trailer Spoofs Every Rom-Com Cliche – But Still Has Shirtless Liam Hemsworth (Video)
The trailer for Rebel Wilson’s upcoming rom-com “Isn’t It Romantic” goes full meta, sending up every romantic-comedy cliché you can imagine — but still featuring a shirtless Liam Hemsworth in a towel.

Wilson stars as New York City architect Natalie, who works hard to get noticed at her job but is more likely to be asked to deliver coffee and bagels than to design the city’s next skyscraper.

A lifelong cynic when it comes to love, she has an encounter with a mugger that renders her unconscious, waking to discover that her life has suddenly become her worst nightmare — a PG-13 romantic comedy where she is the leading lady with a fabulous wardrobe, luxe apartment, a new gay best friend and a profanity-free vocabulary.

Also Read: Rebel Wilson Joins Cast of Taika Waititi Film 'Jojo Rabbit'

Hemsworth stars as her client turned unlikely love interest, joined by Adam Devine and Priyanka Chopra.
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Jon Hamm, Ed Harris Joining Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun: Maverick’

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Jon Hamm, Ed Harris Joining Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun: Maverick’
Jon Hamm, Ed Harris and Lewis Pullman have been cast in Tom Cruise’s “Top Gun: Maverick” for Paramount Pictures.

Oblivion” helmer Joe Kosinski is directing the film, a sequel to the 1986 “Top Gun,” from a script by Peter Craig, Justin Marks and Eric Warren Singer. Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced the first film with the late Don Simpson, will produce with Cruise and Skydance CEO David Ellison.

This latest project will be set in a world of drone technology and will explore the end of the era of dogfighting, with Cruise portraying a flight instructor. In late May, Cruise posted a photo of himself in front of what appeared to be a Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet.

Variety reported on July 3 that “Only the Brave” star Miles Teller had been tapped to play the son of the Goose character and Maverick’s new protege. Goose, the co-pilot to Cruise’s Maverick character in the original,
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'Top Gun' Sequel Adds Jon Hamm and Ed Harris

'Top Gun' Sequel Adds Jon Hamm and Ed Harris
The danger zone is getting a little more crowded.

Jon Hamm, Ed Harris and Lewis Pullman (son of actor Bill Pullman) have joined Top Gun: Maverick, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Details on their roles are being kept a mystery.

The Tom Cruise sequel is from director Joseph Kosinski, who helmed the star's 2013 sci-fi thriller Oblivion. Other actors already enlisted for the film include Val KilmerMiles TellerJennifer Connelly and Glen Powell

Hamm, known for AMC's Mad Men, recently starred in the action comedy Tag, while Harris' HBO sci-fi drama Westworld wrapped its second season in June. Pullman's credits include ...
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The Casual Cinecast Counts Down the Best of 2018 (So Far)!

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Join in as The Casual Cinecast recaps the first half of 2018 with their Top 5 Films of 2018 (So Far)! Also, stay tuned through the end of the episode for a listener submitted Top 5 of 2018 list! 

In the latest episode of The Casual Cinecast, the guys each give you their Top 5 Films of 2018 (So Far), but before they do that, they discuss what they've been watching for the last week! Mike checked out the Netflix original movie, The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (starring Josh Brolin and Danny McBride) as well as the first episode of the new Sacha Baren Cohen series, Who is America?. Chris watched the indie sci-fi feature The Endless and Justin went out to the theaters to see the anime film Fireworks (from the producer of Your Name) and the based on a true story comedy Tag, starring Ed Helms, Jeremy Renner, Isla Fisher, Jon Hamm, Jake Johnson and more!
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365Flicks Podcast: ‘Hitmans Bodyguard’ is on a ‘Rampage’ looking for ‘Gangland Revenge’

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flicks podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.

365Flicks Podcast: ‘Hitmans Bodyguard’ is on a ‘Rampage’ looking for ‘Gangland Revenge’

The lads are back in the booth for episode 114 and we are getting deep into more movie and TV news and reviews for all you lovely lovely people to listen to. As usual its our particular brand of chat banter and nonsense. News is chock full of surprises this week including Chris getting to find out the Sopranos movie has found its director in the man that helmed Terminator Genisys (Ouch); and Hurricane Toby is back with some exclusive film news…

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Spawn Officially Adds Avengers Actor Jeremy Renner For Major Role

The cast of Blumhouse and Todd McFarlane’s Spawn movie has officially grown by one today.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, McU veteran Jeremy Renner (Avengers 4) is locked in to play Twitch, a morally-just police officer who ultimately becomes an unlikely ally to Jamie Foxx’s Al Simmons, the man imbued (cursed?) with demonic abilities after a cruel twist of fate leaves him to wander the Earth as a spawn of hell. And we mean that in every sense of the word.

For Renner, this casting announcement comes after a full week of rumors and intense speculation, though let it be known that the actor, who recently headlined zany comedy flick Tag, has secured another major comic book movie role for 2019. No prizes for guessing what the other one is…

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Jeremy Renner Set For New ‘Spawn’ Movie?

There are some rumours circulating this morning that Jeremy Renner is perhaps heading for a major role in the new Spawn movie. The project, which is being imagined by comic book creator Todd McFarlane, is currently in development and That Hashtag Show, a hugely reliable source, are saying that Renner is set to play Detective Twitch Williams in the film.

Forgive me, I’m wasn’t completely in the know of the character, so I did a little research. Turns out that this is a pretty major role. This from the Wikia for the Williams role.

Twitch Williams is a soft-spoken Private Investigator who used to be a police officer for the New York City Police Department. He has partnered with Sam Burke for years, but Burke frequently doesn’t pay much attention to what Twitch has to say.

Twitch is skeptical of God and recently started believing though he
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The Best Movies of 2018 (So Far)

The Best Movies of 2018 (So Far)
As we pass the halfway point of 2018, the avid movie-watchers here at IMDb have revealed their favorite films of the year to date.

Superheroes flew into the list of top movies of many here at IMDb, with Marvel blockbusters 'Black Panther' and 'Avengers: Infinity War' making our list of staff picks.

R-rated superhero sequel 'Deadpool 2' and the more family-friendly 'Incredibles 2' also proved popular.

The best scary movies of the year to date,according to IMDb staff, included tense thriller 'A Quiet Place' and horror film 'Hereditary.'

Action blockbusters were among our favorites of 2018 so far ,with 'Ready Player One,' 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,' 'Solo: A Star Wars Story,' and 'Ocean's 8' making the cut.

Comedies that made us laugh most this year included 'Game Night,' 'Tag,' and 'The Death of Stalin,' while the romantic comedies we've enjoyed in 2018 so far were 'Love, Simon,' 'The Kissing Booth,' and 'Set It Up.'

As well as 'Incredibles 2,' animated movies that ranked highest with the team at IMDb included 'Isle of Dogs' and 'Early Man.'

How many have you seen? Click here to see the full list and add any outstanding movies to your Watchlist.

Jurassic World 2 Chews Up the Box Office with Huge $150M Win

Jurassic World 2 Chews Up the Box Office with Huge $150M Win
With no competition this weekend, it was widely expected that Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom would run away with the box office crown. The only question was how much would it take in, and today we know that it earned a solid $150 million to come away with the easy win. While none of its competitors were even close, with last week's winner The Incredibles 2 dropping to a distant second place with $80.9 million, the sequel still came in far below the once-record-breaking debut of its predecessor, 2015's Jurassic World.

Jurassic World opened in June 2015 and broke the three-year opening weekend record of $207.4 million set by The Avengers, debuting with $208.8 million. The movie would go on to earn $652.2 million domestically and $1.671 billion worldwide. While we'll have to wait and see if the film has any "legs" at the box office, it seems unlikely that it will have the ability to surpass Jurassic World at the box office,
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Box Office: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Gnaws on $144 Million Debut Weekend

  • Variety
Box Office: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Gnaws on $144 Million Debut Weekend
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is looking to take a bite out of the weekend box office with an estimated $144 million from 4,475 North American locations in its opening weekend.

Earlier estimates had pegged the Universal-Amblin Entertainment film in the $130 million to $140 million range. The adventure film opened to $54 million on Friday, including Thursday night previews of $15.3 million.

“Fallen Kingdom,” which carries a production budget of $170 million, began rolling out overseas two weeks ago, and has already earned $466 million from 51 international markets, including $170 million from China.

The fifth film in the “Jurassic” franchise takes place four years after the events of “Jurassic World,” and sees stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard attempting to salvage what’s left of the Isla Nublar park before a volcano erupts. Jeff Goldblum and B.D. Wong also star. J.A. Bayona directed from a script by “Jurassic World” helmer Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. Trevorrow also executive produced alongside Steven Spielberg.
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'Incredibles 2' soars to record-breaking $180M debut

'Incredibles 2' soars to record-breaking $180M debut
In a record-smashing debut, 'Incredibles 2' surpassed 'Finding Dory' with the highest-grossing opening weekend for an animated movie, earning $180 million.

Watch our video, highlighting the four-day domestic box office estimates from June 15-17, 2018.

'Incredibles 2' topped 'Captain America: Civil War' to become the eighth highest-grossing domestic opening weekend of all time.

'Ocean's 8' took second place with $19.55 million for a total domestic gross of $79.17 million.

'Tag' debuted in third place, earning $14.6 million.

'Solo: A Star Wars Story' finished in fourth place with $9.08 million for a total domestic gross of $192.8 million.

'Deadpool 2' rounded out the top five with $8.8 million for a total domestic gross of $294.6 million.

'Superfly' took seventh place with $6.3 million for a five-day total gross of $8.4 million.

Data powered by Box Office Mojo.

Jeremy Renner Finds The Comedic Truth Behind ‘Tag’ Storyline

Actor Jeremy Renner, known to millions as Avengers member Hawkeye, has also starred in such critically acclaimed work as The Hurt Locker, The Arrival, and most recently Wind River. Now he tries his hand at comedy in Tag, the true story of a group of friends who take a seemingly innocuous game to the limit.

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Box Office: June 15-17, 2018: Incredibles 2, Ocean’S 8, Tag, & More

Box Office June 15-17, 2018 Incredibles 2 premiered in the Number One spot at the box office over the weekend with $180 Million. That take blew away all box office expectation for the premiere of the superhero sequel film. Audiences have been waiting for a sequel to The Incredibles for over a decade and [...]

Continue reading: Box Office: June 15-17, 2018: Incredibles 2, Ocean’S 8, Tag, & More
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'Incredibles 2' Delivers Record-Shattering $180 Million Opening Weekend

'Incredibles 2' Delivers Record-Shattering $180 Million Opening Weekend
Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2 delivered a massive opening weekend debut, not only shattering the previous opening weekend record for an animated film, but finishing with one of the top ten openings of all-time for a film of any genre. Additionally, Warner Bros.'s R-rated comedy Tag debuted in third position while Sony's Superfly fell short of expectations. With an estimated $180 million, Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2 topped the previous opening weekend for an animated film set two years ago by Finding Dory with $135 million. On top of that, the film's opening weekend is the eighth largest all-time, topping the $179.1 million opening for 2016's Captain America: Civil War, which went on to gross over $500 million at the domestic box office. As for Incredibles 2's domestic future, an "A+" CinemaScore and an opening of this size seems to suggest a $500+ million domestic performance is in the offing, which
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Box Office: ‘Incredibles 2’ Shatters Records With Heroic $180 Million Opening

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Box Office: ‘Incredibles 2’ Shatters Records With Heroic $180 Million Opening
The opening weekend of “Incredibles 2” was, well, incredible.

The Disney-Pixar movie flew to a record-breaking launch of $180 million in 4,410 locations, easily landing the superhero sequel the best debut of all time for an animated film. That title was previously held by fellow Pixar sequel “Finding Dory,” which bowed with $135 million in 2016. “Incredibles 2” also landed the eighth-biggest domestic opening of all time, and surpassed 2017’s “Beauty and the Beast” ($174.6 million) for the best debut for a PG-rated film.

Pixar’s 20th film easily won the weekend over new titles “Tag” and “Superfly,” which premiered with $14.6 million and $8.4 million respectively. However, those releases weren’t enough to grab the No. 2 spot from “Ocean’s 8’s” $19.5 million second weekend.

Overseas, “Incredibles 2” collected $51.5 million, where it has opened in 26% of the international market, for a worldwide start of $231.5 million.

Its predecessor, “The Incredibles,” opened in 2004 with $70.5 million, the second-largest
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Box Office: ‘Incredibles 2’ Sets Record With $18.5 Million Thursday Debut

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Box Office: ‘Incredibles 2’ Sets Record With $18.5 Million Thursday Debut
Disney-Pixar’s “Incredibles 2” soared to a record-setting $18.5 million on Thursday night.

The preview number is more than double the previous record for an animated movie, which was set by “Finding Dory” in 2016 with $9.2 million.

The R-rated comedy “Tag,” starring Jeremy Renner and Ed Helms, took in $1.3 million from Thursday previews.

Incredibles 2” has been forecast to gross between $125 million and $140 million this weekend at 4,410 domestic locations. The record-holder for best opening weekend ever for an animated pic is also “Finding Dory,” which launched in 2016 with $135 million.

The preview number for “Incredibles 2” was better than “Beauty and the Beast” ($16.3 million), “Spider-Man: Homecoming” ($15.4 million), and “Thor: Ragnarok” ($14.5 million). It nearly matched the $18.6 million preview number for “Deadpool 2” last month.

Incredibles 2” already boasts a 94% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The sequel picks up directly following the events of the original film, with the Parr family attempting to
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Avengers 4’s Jeremy Renner Trolls Fans By Teasing A Hawkeye Reveal

Trolls. They’re just having a bit of harmless fun, aren’t they? There’s no damage done.

Of course, that’s not at all true, and this serious point can be flippantly emphasized by some nearly-news about Hawkeye’s absence from Avengers: Infinity War. The truth is that Jeremy Renner almost gave us a heart attack over on the ‘gram with this epic troll.

In case you’ve been living on an isolated barren moon with only Red Skull for company, Hawkeye was conspicuous by his absence from the aforementioned Infinity War. Only mentioned in passing, fan speculation has predicted an integral role for the man also known as Clint Barton in the as-yet-untitled Avengers 4 and hopes were high that the post below was the reveal that we’d been waiting for.

See for yourself, but be warned, it’s cruel!

This one just came in .. @tagthemovie #whereishawkeye haha
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‘Incredibles 2’ Soars To Huge $18.5M In Previews; Beats Thursday Nights For ‘Beauty And The Beast’, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

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‘Incredibles 2’ Soars To Huge $18.5M In Previews; Beats Thursday Nights For ‘Beauty And The Beast’, ‘Thor: Ragnarok’
Disney/Pixar’s The Incredibles 2 took off last night with $18.5M, sinking the previous $9.2M Thursday night record for an animated movie held by Finding Dory. That Pixar sequel also holds the opening record for an animated title with $135M, $54.7M of that scored on Friday.

New Line/Warner Bros.Tag posted $1.3M in previews last night, besting the Thursday night results of Game Night ($1M, $5.6M F, and $17M FSS), Life of the Party ($700K TH), Fist Fight ($600K TH) and filing below the Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart R-rated combo Get Hard ($1.8M Thursday, $12.9M F, $33.8M FSS). The R-rated comedy about a group of older men who play a lifelong game of tag, is projected to make between $12M-$16M. Pic cost in the upper $20M range before P&A.

More…
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'Incredibles 2' Positioned for a Record Breaking Opening Weekend

'Incredibles 2' Positioned for a Record Breaking Opening Weekend
While last weekend's overall results showed a slight improvement compared the prior weekend's slumping box office returns, this weekend should see a much larger bump as Disney and Pixar release the highly anticipated Incredibles 2 into theaters. The Pixar sequel is the first fully animated wide release since March's Sherlock Gnomes, and it would appear the animated opening weekend record set by Finding Dory two years ago is in jeopardy. This weekend also sees the release of the R-rated comedy Tag from Warner Bros., Sony's Superfly, which debuted on Wednesday, as well as a pair of moderate releases in Vertical's Gotti starring John Travolta and Yash Raj's Race 3. Debuting in 4,410 theaters, Disney and Pixar's Incredibles 2 arrives 14 years after the 2004 original, marking the longest gap between sequels for the animated house besting 2016's release of the 13-years-later sequel, Finding Dory. In fact, it's looking to top Finding Dory's $135 million debut,
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Tag movie review: A touching comedy

Tag is the funniest movie since Girls Trip. That’s not faint praise. There have been some great comedies like Life of the Party, Overboard and Blockers, but Tag captures the endearing friendship with “so wrong I can’t believe they went there” comedy. Hogan (Ed Helms), Bob (Jon Hamm), Chilli (Jake Johnson), Sable (Hannibal Burress) and Jerry (Jeremy Renner) have been playing the same game of tag since they were kids. In adulthood they’ve designated May the month of tag, but Jerry has never been it. So the guys plan to go to Jerry’s wedding to Susan (Leslie Bibb) on […]

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