As New Girl‘s third season kicks off, all the loftmates are involved in passionate affairs: Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick (Jake Johnson) with each other, Schmidt (Max Greenfield) with both Cece (Hannah Simone) and Elizabeth (Merritt Wever), and Winston (Lamorne Morris) with… a puzzle.
A new behind-the-scenes video shows the roommates picking up “exactly where the finale left off.” Roomfriends Nick and Jess have driven into the night — and… Continue reading ‘New Girl’ is back, beach! — EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK VIDEO
Kim Kardashian is basking in the glow of motherhood and working hard to shed her baby weight but a new report claims that she is pushing back against Kanye West, who already wants her to start trying to have another baby.
Happy with her newborn daughter North West, Kim has a hot new blonde hairdo and is getting back to her pre-baby weight.
“Kim’s really focused on… Continue reading Kim Kardashian Tells Kanye West, ‘I Want My Body Back… Not Another Baby’
Kick the tires and light the fires, patriots. It’s time for another Poster-Crop Quiz. This week… we celebrate… Independence Day! Well, specifically we are taking a look back at some of the best and worst movies released over the July Fourth weekend.
Arranged in order from best to worst (top to bottom), we’ve taken the posters from these summer flicks and cropped them to smithereens! See if you… Continue reading Poster-Crop Quiz: A Look Back at the Best And Worst Movies That Opened on July 4
Providing the perfect counterprogramming to this summer’s big, loud blockbusters, here comes The Way, Way Back, a delicious little gem born out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival that’s about finding confidence in yourself while spending a summer hanging out with a bunch of troublemakers at a waterpark.
Featuring outstanding (and hilarious) performances from a great ensemble cast (Sam Rockwell and Allison Janney being the standouts), The Way, Way Back continues… Continue reading 'The Way, Way Back' Exclusive Images: The Feel-Good Movie of the Summer is Almost Here
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We never really escape high school (movies).
The writing/directing team behind “21 Jump Street,” Phil Lord and Chris Miller, has signed a deal to make a high school reunion comedy with Sony, according to Variety. Miller will direct “The Reunion” from their script.
The duo, who first met at Dartmouth College, has been very busy since… Continue reading '21 Jump Street' Team Going Back to High School for Next Comedy