We've been tepidly curious of HBO's forthcoming original movie 'Clear History,' which to date has only shown us a brief teaser and photos of stars Jon Hamm ('Mad Men') and an unrecognizable Larry David ('Seinfeld'), but now the full trailer has shown us the light. In addition to an army of celebrity guests, the full 'Clear History' trailer has Larry David back on HBO at his 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' finest.
This is the way the world ends; not with a whimper but with an extended improv session featuring Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, James Franco, Craig Robinson, Jonah Hill, Danny McBride and a fleet of other popular young comics. On an ordinary night in Los Angeles, the straight-up-biblical apocalypse begins. After the Rapture, our six heroes board themselves up in Franco's Hollywood mansion and wait for a rescue. It never comes. Supplies dwindle. Tensions mount. 'This Is the End.'
One of the gimmicks behind Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's 'This is the End' is that the cast is loaded with celebrities playing themselves. But that gets interesting when you have a performer like James Franco, whose life has become an art project. In this new featurette, you can see how the actors approached playing themselves.
A family struggles to honor their dead mother's wishes by burying her in a nearby town.
'This is the End' got an early jump on April Fool's Day by releasing a fake trailer for 'Pinapple Express 2,' but that was all a build-up to the latest trailer for the movie, which is NSFW, filthy and filled with violence. It's also pretty great.
We've been excited about Larry David's new movie when we first got wind of it, and when Jon Hamm and Michael Keaton joined the cast, we were elated. Now the movie is filled with great actors, and we can't wait.
When we last left Danny McBride's Kenny Powers at the end of season three, things seemed pretty well wrapped up. In fact, creators Jody Hill and McBride always talked about how they wanted to have a trilogy structure to the show, and conclude with a third. But it looks like the story isn't over, and we know exactly what Kenny Powers would say.
Danny McBride has been on a comedy roll for the last few years and it appears as if his raunchy comedic style isn't going anywhere, having just signed to do a remake of a popular Danish television show.