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The Kid with a Bike Official Trailer #1 – Dardenne Brothers Movie (2012) HD

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, Justin Timberlake used to be a fairly successful musician. Who knew, right?! With all his acting performances over the last few years (both good and bad; hey, ‘Love Guru’!), it’s sometimes easy to forget that JT is an accomplished singer, responsible for some of the best Top-40 singles in the last decade. (“Cry Me a River”… Continue reading Will Justin Timberlake Sing for the Coen Brothers in 'Inside Llewyn Davis'


… Film geek favorites the Coen brothers (No Country For Old Men, Fargo) are working on a television project with Fox. Harve Karbo is an hour-long single-cam comedy (hour-long single-cam comedy!?!?) about a Los Angeles private eye who takes cases that just so happen to put him in touch with Hollywood’s elite. It’s still far from becoming a series, though; so far, Fox has only ordered a script. [THR]

John Gholson is a life-long Avengers fanboy who has previously covered all manner of superhero news at AOL. After dabbling with comic book self-publishing in the ’90s, John moved on to study sequential art at the Savannah College of Art & Design, and currently produces a regular web comic, ‘Appetite for Destruction,’ for Tapsauce.com. He’ll also buy any comic with Hawkeye on the cover. You can read his Avengers Countdownhere

Jason Segel and Ed Helms in Jeff, Who Lives at Home

Jason Segel’s Jeff is a slacker mooch. He’s thirty; he’s never left home, never dated after high school, and spends all of his time as a toilet Jungian getting high, watching infomercials, and trying to find meaning in his life because “Everyone and everything is interconnected in this universe.” The guy’s a mess, but… Continue reading 'Jeff, Who Lives at Home' TIFF Review: Jason Segel + Duplass Brothers = A Wildly Funny Quest for Meaning