It’s been a long while since we’ve seen our old S.H.I.E.L.D. pals Nick Fury and Maria Hill. The characters, played by Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders (respectively, of course), haven’t appeared in the MCU since 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. That’s not too far back in mere mortal years, but Marvel has released six movies since then, so it feels a lot longer. Thankfully, they’ll both be back in action shortly, as evidenced by some interesting new set photos.
Score another one for Netflix’s soft heart. Increasingly unpredictable as the streaming service has become with renewals and cancellations, the Friends From College will stay in touch for a second season, Netflix now confirms.
We’ve waited long enough to see Cobie Smulders, Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage and more as Friends From College, and the reunion is finally here. The new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller gets a (profane) first trailer for its July premiere.
Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders and Keegan-Michael Key are all getting back in the TV swing with Friends From College, a new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller. The drug-fueled first official teaser-trailer has arrived, along with a July premiere date.
No one would argue that How I Met Your Mother was thoroughly (and painfully) concluded over nine seasons, so much so that CBS thought better of continuing the franchise with a spinoff. Well, in case you needed to know what Ted, Robin, Barney, Marshall and Lily have been up to in the last three years, FOX is at least entertaining the idea of a revival.
It was back in August that we first learned How I Met Your Mother star Cobie Smulders and Keegan-Michael Key would lead a new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller, and our Friends From College are finally here. See the first photos, and find out what other famous names are among the cast!
The Jack Reacher of Lee Child’s novels is a massive 6’5” bruiser. The Jack Reacher of cinema is Tom Cruise, who’s only about 5’7. But there’s something satisfying about this casting. You expect a giant hulk to be able to handle himself in a fight. Cruise’s Reacher is an underdog every time he wanders into a fight and then takes them down three, four, or five dudes at a time. Is it plausible that a 54-year-old vagrant could maintain a flawless physique and dominate packs of professional killers even when cornered and heavily outnumbered? Probably not. Is it plausible that a kid who gets bit by a spider could turn into Spider-Man? There are things a viewer simply accepts because it is the premise of the movie.