'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?...)
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.
Boy, that Vince Vaughn sure has his plate full these days, and we're not talking about craft services (okay, probably that too.) Between re-teaming with 'Wedding Crashers' star Owen Wilson for 'The Internship,' potentially taking on 'The Rockford Files,' and developing an FX dominatrix drama, just how will he manage to cram in a new ABC sitcom with Tony Danza? And which of them will be the boss?
'The Rockford Files' was a popular television drama series in the late seventies. James Garner played Los Angeles P.I. Jim Rockford who was known for using his charm to get out of a situation instead of his fists. And now Universal Pictures is looking to make a big-screen version of the movie and they've already got an actor in mind to play the popular detective.
'The Wedding Crashers' was one of 2005's biggest movies and made over $200 Million - which was a surprise for an R-rated comedy. Well timed and with a great cast, the film starred Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, and it's surprising that the two haven't worked together as co-leads again. So there should be some excitement in their re-teaming for 'The Internship,' which starts shooting this summer.
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.
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.