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  • It’s time to watch 3 minutes of unseen jokes from the movie “Trainwreck”

    trainwreck outtakes

    Want to watch some unseen Trainwreck jokes? Of course you do. Here you go! Over 3 minutes of Awesometown. Read More

    There was a “Clerks” sitcom pilot in the 90s and it starred Jim Breuer as Randal (video)

    Clerks pilotThe cult film Clerks is one of those movies that means a lot to GenX-ers with a desire to do things independently. What that movie is not is a watered down 90s TV show. And there’s video proof of it.

    After the success of the Kevin Smith movie people were eager to get into the business of Smith and his band of misfits. There was a short-lived animated series and comic book. What many might not know is that ABC tried to launch the show as a sitcom in 1995 as well. And after watching the pilot for the show, we’re happy it didn’t get any further than that setting because it’s pretty bad. Smith has no involvement in the show and any of the edge the movie possessed is sanded down and Disnified as a workplace comedy with a laughtrack. Perhaps the biggest travesty of the entire sitcom is the complete lack of any Jay & Silent Bob presence in the sitcom. Read More

    Someone edited Chris Farley into the “Mission: Impossible” trailer

    Chris Farley

    The trailer for the new Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation movie has hit the web. And guess what? There’s a lot of Chris Farley in it. We know what your thinking, “Chris Farley, how is that possible?” Well, the clear answer is editing. Someone edited Chris Farley into the trailer, and it works, it really does. Read More

    Watch the trailer for Seth Rogen’s new Christmas movie, “The Night Before”

    The Night Before

    Seth Rogen’s new movie The Night Before is about three best friends celebrating traditions. To quote Rogen, “it’s made by Jews, is about Christmas, and opens on Thanksgiving.” Rogen stars with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie as three best friends who celebrate the holiday in their own special way. But time, imminent parenthood, and fame are breathing down the necks of these three. So this year will be the last for said celebratory tradition. So they’re trying to go out in style, will it happen? We’ll have to wait until Thanksgiving. Read More

    The Laugh Button Red Carpet: Interviews with the cast of Staten Island Summer including Bobby Moynihan, Colin Jost, and Gina Gershon

    Staten Island Summer Movie Poster

    This coming Thursday, July 30, Staten Island Summer will debut on Netflix. The semi-autobiographical film written by Saturday Night Live’s Colin Jost and produced by Lorne Michaels stars Graham Phillips (The Good Wife) and Zack Pearlman (Mulaney) as friends who work as lifeguards in the summer following high school graduation. One is heading to Harvard and the other’s future is uncertain. So why not throw one more party to end their final summer together on a high note before they go their separate ways? If you love Saturday Night Live, you’ll love this movie as it’s chalk full of your favorite cast members including Bobby Moynihan, Will Forte, Fred Armisen, and Cecily Strong, along with Jost himself. Also in the mix is Jim Gaffigan (The Jim Gaffigan Show). We had the pleasure of catching up with the cast at the red carpet premiere in New York City, including Moynihan, Gina Gershon, both Colin and Casey Jost, Pearlman and director Rhys Thomas among others. Read More

    Tina Fey and Amy Poehler premiered the trailer for “Sisters” on The Tonight Show


    Last night Tina Fey and Amy Poehler stopped by The Tonight Show for a round of True Confessions with Jimmy Fallon. But they weren’t there just to play games, they were also there for the world premiere of their new movie, Sisters. Read More

    Watch Kurt Metzger’s delightful interviews with the cast of Amy Schumer’s “Trainwreck”

    Kurt Metzger Trainwreck

    Press junkets for a movie can sometimes be tedious on talent. But sometimes there are just some gems that pop up and the actors just have a blast. Enter comedian/writer Kurt Metzger. Kurt is one of the writers for Inside Amy Schumer and a killer stand-up, he also makes a brief cameo in Schumer’s new film, Trainwreck. So who better to interview Amy and co. about the movie than Kurt? Regal Cinemas decided that would be a good idea and had him be the correspondent on their behalf. Kurt took the opportunity to spoof junkets as a whole and the entire thing was documented, lucky us! Read More

    Here’s your first look at the reboot of Ghostbusters cast all geared up


    As he’s been filming the new reboot of Ghostbusters, director Paul Fieg has been putting out photos from the set of the movie starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. We’ve seen the jumpsuits and proton packs. Now it’s the Ecto 1 and the collision of all of those things into one picture with the ladies all geared up. Read More

    Date announced for “Pee-wee’s Big Holiday” coming to Netflix in 2016


    In Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger inspires Pee-wee Herman to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny. Judd Apatow (Anchorman, Bridesmaids) and Paul Reubens (Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, Pee-wee’s Playhouse), worked together to bring the project to fruition and produced the film. It was written by Reubens and Paul Rust (Comedy Bang! Bang!, Arrested Development), and is directed by John Lee (Wonder Showzen, The Heart She Holler). The new feature-length movie will premiere on Netflix in March 2016. Here are some additional photos: Read More

    Watch a Joe Dirt 2 clip featuring Christopher Walken

    So, we have ourselves a sequel to Joe Dirt due out on Crackle this summer. Just as the Independence holiday weekend is upon us, another clip from the movie has hit us. In this, Dirt (David Spade) visits a mobster (Christopher Walken) from the future. Queue the eerie future noises and the blasters. Pew pew.