Justin Long

‘Portlandia’ Season 5 Gets an “Epic” Star-Studded Trailer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 20, 2014 @ 10:15 AM
The always-welcome weirdness of Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein’s IFC ‘Portlandia’ will return in 2015 for its fifth season (might it be the last?) on January 8, and this season might be the biggest yet. The first full trailer for ‘Portlandia’ season 5 has eco-biked its way down the hill, bringing an “epic” tone and more guest stars than we can rightly shake an organic celery stalk at.

Chuck Lorre's 'Mom' Adds Justin Long and Octavia Spencer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 29, 2013 @ 10:10 PM
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CBS sitcom magnate Chuck Lorre may be on his fourth airing show for the network with the debut of upcoming Anna Faris sitcom 'Mom,' but that hasn't stopped the freshman comedy from flexing its muscles with casting just yet. Erstwhile 'New Girl' guest and rom-com staple Justin Long has joined the cast, along with 'The Help' Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer, but who might the duo portray?

'10 Years' Trailer: Channing Tatum Heads Back to High School, Again

by Britt Hayes August 16, 2012 @ 5:30 PM
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Featuring one of the better ensemble casts this year, '10 Years' imagines a world in which Channing Tatum, Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pratt, and more all went to high school together. And yet, they still have all the problems us normal people do.

Rachel Nichols is One of the '10 O'Clock People'

by Jacob Hall July 28, 2012 @ 10:08 AM
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The last time we heard from director Tom Holland's impending adaptation of Stephen King's short story, 'The 10 O'Clock People,' Justin Long was in negotiations to step into the leading role. Now, a month later, we've learned who will be playing the obligatory love interest: the lovely Rachel Nichols.

Justin Long to Join Stephen King's 'The 10 O'Clock People'

by Jacob Hall June 30, 2012 @ 11:31 AM
Oh, look! Another Stephen King adaptation. Imagine that!
Snark aside, the upcoming adaptation of King's 'The 10 O'Clock People' has a few things going for it that should help it stand out from the crowd of terrible to middling King films that have populated theaters over the years. First, it has director Tom Holland, an old school horror guru most known for directing 'Child's Play' and the original 'Fright Night.' Secondly, it is based on a pretty solid story with some interesting potential for cinematic adaptation.
And now, it has Justin Long, so take that as you will.