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Is Melissa McCarthy The Best R-Rated Comedienne Ever? She Makes Her Case In Red Band ‘The Boss’ Trailer

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After being woefully under-appreciated for her layered turn in the Paul Feig-directed Spy, Melissa McCarthy is back in full R-rated raunchy comedy mode with The Boss. She plays a disgraced mogul who tries to rebound by creating a Girl Scouts empire. I’m not sure if this qualifies as a female empowerment message, but the trailer is definitely not for the faint of… Read


‘Roadies’ Trailer: Cameron Crowe’s Showtime Series About Rock Laborers Gets June Premiere Date

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Picked up to series last October, Roadies is Cameron Crowe’s first foray into television and it shows. I mean because of the subject matter. The show follows a group of roadies working for the arena rock group The Staton-House Band as they tour the United States. Focusing on the unconventional family they find in one another as well as their devotion to the music they love, it offers a look at the rock world through the eyes of the people who make it work correctly so the… Read


‘Mother’s Day’ Trailer: Roberts, Aniston, Hudson & Sudeikis Celebrate Momhood

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“We’re not who the world thinks we are. We decide who we are.” Here’ s a trailer for Mother’s Day, Garry Marshall’s latest holiday-themed pic. Much like his Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve, this film tells intertwining stories about the lives of several mothers (and Mr. Mom) as the title holiday approaches. The ensemble cast includes Julia Roberts (successful work-o-holic host), Jennifer Aniston (a recent divorcee), Kate Hudson (a mom seeking to reconnect with her own… Read


‘Outlander’ Season 2 Trailer: Is It Even Possible To Change The Future?


Having already announced the premiere date for the sophomore season of hit time travel/romance/period/action drama OutlanderApril 9 by the wayStarz has followed it up with the official season 2 trailer. Based on the second of eight books in Diana Gabaldon's international best-selling Outlander series, Dragonfly in Amber, season two picks up from where season one left off. Claire and Jamie have traveled to France intending to infiltrate the Jacobite rebels and if… Read


‘Roots’ Miniseries Remake Gets Memorial Day Premiere Date; History Releases Trailer

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History’s Roots miniseries will premiere on Memorial Day 2016, May 30, and will air over four consecutive nights, simulcast on fellow A+E Networks channels A&E and Lifetime. The late May holiday has become History’s preferred launching pad for high-profile miniseries. Mega hit Hatfield & McCoys was first, debuting on Memorial Day 2012, followed by Texas Rising, which bowed on Memorial Day 2015. For the air pattern of the four-night, eight-hour Roots, History is sticking… Read


‘Batman V Superman’ Final Trailer: Batman (Featuring Superman)?

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I’m guessing this got released a mite bit too early considering A) two new tv spots were just released during the Super Bowl and B) we’re still a month and a half out from the film’s premiere, but here we go. The “final” trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice appeared online this morning, and you can watch it here now. Take-ways? It feels like an ad for a film about the caped crusader with Superman as a supporting character. As such we get to see a bit more about… Read


‘Criminal’ Trailer: Kevin Costner Is The Right Man In The Wrong Body


How’s this for a high-concept thriller? A dead CIA operative's memories, secrets and skills are implanted into a former death row inmate in hopes that he can complete a mission to foil a diabolical plot. Kevin Costner is your implantee: in and out of prison half his life, no impulse control and “unable to calculate the consequences of his actions.” The result is a series of violent car crashes, huge explosions, intense gunplay — and a little spark with the wife of the… Read


‘The Powerpuff Girls’: First Look At Cartoon Network’s Series Reboot

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Listen, anyone who saw Cartoon Network’s Emmy-winning 1998-2005 series The Powerpuff Girls should know better than to call the pint-sized superheroes “Princess.” But that’s just what some unsuspecting dolt does in this clip from Episode 1 of the Cartoon Network’s revival of the popular franchise, which bows in the spring. As with the original, the new Powerpuff Girls revolves around three colorful, sugarcoated kids trying to juggle school and save the world before… Read


‘Dice’: Trailer & Release Date For Showtime’s Andrew Dice Clay Comedy — Oh!


Andrew Dice Clay has been plugging along ever since a double album artlessly titled The Day The Laughter Died nosedived a stand-up career that saw him selling out arenas. He has done some TV work – Entourage, Bless This House, Hits, Crime Story and HBO's upcoming Vinyl – and had a role in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine. Now, more than a quarter-century after his meteoric rise and cratering fall, the Diceman has his own semi-autobiographical scripted series on Showtime, which… Read


‘Flaked’ Trailer: Will Arnett Tries To Be A Better Person In Netflix Comedy – First Look

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We’re getting the first look at Will Arnett’s new comedy Flaked, set to premiere March 11 on Netflix. Set in the insular world of Venice, California, Flaked centers on Chip (Arnett), a celebrated self-appointed “guru” who falls for the object of his best friend’s fascination. Soon the tangled web of half-truths and semi-bullshit that underpins his all-important image and sobriety begins to unravel. Chip does his honest best to stay one step ahead of his own lies. Flaked… Read


‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’ Trailer: Tina Fey Reporting From Afghanistan

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A couple of key lines from the new trailer for Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: “Everyone needs to shake up their life now and then.” — Reporter Tina Fey. “This is an extreme environment.” — Afghanistan-based U.S. military man Billy Bob Thornton. Such is the setup for the new film from Crazy Stupid Love directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa based on the book The Taliban Shuffle: Strange Days In Afghanistan And Pakistan by Kim Barker. Fey plays the author, a TV reporter who… Read


‘A Quiet Passion’ Clip: Emily Dickinson Makes A Friend In Terence Davies’ Bio – Berlin

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EXCLUSIVE: Terence Davies’ Berlinale Special entry, A Quiet Passion, will debut here on Sunday, February 14. Written and directed by Davies (The House Of Mirth, The Deep Blue Sea), the biopic tells the story of Emily Dickinson from her early days as a young schoolgirl to her later years as a reclusive, unrecognized artist whose huge body of emotional and powerful literary work was discovered after her death. Cynthia Nixon and Jennifer Ehle star. The clip above sees the… Read