Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunis, and director Will Gluck (Easy A) are the latest to take a crack at comedy’s newest sub-genre: casual sex without consequences. Can it be done? It’s an age old question/theme but one that has had quite a bit of traction in today’s world and subsequently has been reflected on quite a bit in pop culture.
AMC and Anchor Bay have announced a brand new special collector's edition of the first season of it's hit comic adapted series, which will be released October fourth and feature the highly anticipated black and white version of the pilot episode.
Pat yourself on the back. You’ve done it! You survived this summer’s onslaught of comic book movies. Sure, we’ve got Cowboys & Aliens coming at us next week but as far as mainstream superhero fare is concerned, Captain America: The First Avenger wraps it up. I wish I could say that it ends the CBM run with an exclamation point, but unfortunately it's more of an ellipsis…
Similar to yesterday's motion poster, the new promotional image shows the symbolic mockingjay familiar to readers of novels by Suzanne Collins. Based on the first book in the The Hunger Games trilogy, the film tells the story of Katniss Everdeen, a young girl who is forced to survive the trials of the Hunger Games in order to get home. The film is directed by Gary Ross and stars Jennifer Lawrence.
When my friends were busy playing 'Kryptonite' nonstop in highschool I was busy asking 'What the hell the big deal was' with these douchebags. The lead singer's froglike appearance and his band's all out boredom assault on my eardrums baffled me. 2011 has not changed and although the guys seemed to have gotten 'heavier', they're still the same boring band they were 10 years ago.