'The Watch' should be a movie that's a slam dunk for summer audiences. It features comedy heavyweights Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill caught up in a big alien invasion type movie. So why have the trailers all felt underwhelming? Well 'The Watch' is about to fix that with a hilarious new trailer. You're gonna wanna watch this trailer. (Get it?...)
Back in November, Jonah Hill revealed he had to turn down a role in Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' because of a commitment to the upcoming Ben Stiller comedy 'The Watch.' Well, as luck would have it, a good eight months later, Hill's schedule has cleared up and he's back in 'Django' for a supporting role. As it turns out he won't be playing the character Tarantino originally had in mind for him, so what will he be doing?
Seth Rogen's directorial debut 'The End of the World' is currently filming in New Orleans with an all-star cast that few comedies have seen in recent years. Along with past co-stars James Franco, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Paul Rudd, Jay Baruchel and Jason Segel, the film has also brought along Rihanna, Emma Watson and Aziz Ansari along for the fun.
Today we have the first pictures from the set as the apocalypse looks like it's just about to unfold...
Conan O'Brien seemed as surprised as his audience by the two guests stars on his stage Tuesday night. First, 'SNL' and '30 Rock' comedian Chris Parnell popped up in a sketch led by Deon Cole, but walked off the stage almost as unceremoniously as he arrived. Seconds later, though, Vince Vaughn took the stage with an exclusive new trailer for his summer comedy 'The Watch.' Didn't stay up to watch this live? Don't worry. We have it below.
Hollywood favorite funny man Jonah Hill's Hollywood stock is continuing to rise. The 'Moneyball' Oscar-nominated actor, who is starring in the upcoming comedy 'The Watch' alongside Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn, has now signed on to star in the new Martin Scorsese film 'The Wolf of Wall Street.'
With the recent shooting of Trayvon Martin, 20th Century Fox's 'Neighborhood Watch' was put in an awkward position of being about something that was no longer just a goof. And - as a result - the studio has pulled ads and trailers from Florida, but has not decided to move the release date from July 27. The longer this tragedy is in the public eye, the more likely it is the film will be postponed.
It was in 1993, watching Jim Varney, Rob Schneider and Dabney Coleman in 'The Beverly Hillbillies', when movie studios got the message that the black gold of adapting old television shows had dried out. No one ever asked for a '21 Jump Street' movie, not even, so it would seem, the movie itself. But with the stakes this low, '21 Jump Street' has the freedom to be self-aware but also – shockingly – deliver a buddy action flick that's so much fun you'll actually wind up caring.
Let's get this out of the way first. '21 Jump Street' is hilarious. No wait, that needs to be in all caps for emphasis: '21 Jump Street' is HILARIOUS. This is a movie that has no right to be as funny as it is and it knows exactly what you think a '21 Jump Street' movie is going to be like. And what makes 'Jump Street' so good, is that it uses both of those things to its advantage.
The first teaser and poster for 'Neighborhood Watch' have hit the internet, and with them come all of our hopes and dreams for Akiva Schaffer's ('Hot Rod') latest directorial effort. Scripted by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg ('Superbad'), 'Neighborhood Watch' follows a group of suburban dads as they take on the responsibility of, you guessed it, neighborhood watch.