With all of LEGO's various movie-themed toy lines, video games and TV series, it seemed like the only thing missing from the brand was a feature-length animated movie -- and now it's on the way. Warner Bros. has released a full 'The LEGO Movie' trailer, featuring practically every one of our favorite figurines come to life.
We're almost to the release of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' on November 22, so how's a look at the final posters and campaign art, and up-close looks at some of the cast members? Jennifer Lawrence is ready to literally set the world ablaze as she re-enters the kill-or-be-killed arena.
It might not be accurate to call the red-band trailer for 'Movie 43' "short and sweet", because while it is short, there's nothing sweet about it. It's only offers up about one minute of footage from the upcoming raunchy anthology, but it's enough to make you blush, gag or both.
Watch it after the break, knowing full well that it's NSFW.
We don't yet know if NBC's '30 Rock' will find a place to return Elizabeth Banks as Jack Donaghy's now-ex-wife Avery Jessup, but ABC's 'Modern Family' isn't about to leave the 'Hunger Games' star in need of work. We've just learned that Banks will reprise her 'Modern Family' character from way back in season 1, filming her role next week for a 2013 episode. Will she be the same wild party girl, or have a 'Modern Family' of her own?
Before Elizabeth Banks turned heads in Judd Apatow's 'The 40 Year Old Virgin' and made a career out of being a hilarious and beautiful leading lady, she had some much lesser-known roles in television and film. In today's Way Back When, we take a look at some smaller parts -- and one awkward commercial -- you've probably never seen.
I don't watch many movies like 'People Like Us.' Weepies, they call 'em. (Okay, they called 'em that in 1940.) (Okay, they called 'em that in 1940 in my mind.) Weepies are basically little bits of soap opera – some family struggle which culminates in tears, hugs and a big fat life lesson. Sometimes we get lucky and they explode with insight and good writing (I mean, what's 'Hannah and Her Sisters' if not soap opera?) and break out of their Lifetime Network ghetto.
'People Like Us' doesn't quite do that, but the card up its sleeve is an extremely likable cast of solid actors who photograph really well. Even though everyone on screen is supposed to be at their emotional breaking points, the movie still deals in wish fulfillment to see how beautiful people cope with (and resolve) sexier problems than we'll ever have.