The title of their show is meant to be ironic—or at the least a portmanteau of “working” and “alcoholics”—but the three stars of Comedy Central’s Workaholics show up late at night and sober, having just pulled a double shift. We’re on the patio of Hollywood’s Black bar, and the boys are relaxing after a grueling day of shooting a fifth season, which premiered Jan. 14.
Adam DeVine, 31, Blake… Continue reading We drink three rounds with the guys from ‘Workaholics’
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We all have a soft spot for villains; they’re charismatic, they look badass, and more often than not, they steal the show. Disney — those guardians of “family friendly” entertainment — have always done a suspiciously entertaining job at bringing larger-than-life bad guys to the big screen. And now that they… Continue reading Villains! Mashing Up Disney and 'Star Wars' Bad Guys (PHOTOS)
C’mon, dudes! The manliness quotient of this weekend’s two new wide releases, “Think Like a Man Too” and “Jersey Boys,” was right there in the titles. So why did so few guys go see them?
“Think Like a Man Too” opened at No. 1 with an estimated $ 30.0 million. For most movies (especially low-budget ensemble… Continue reading Box Office: For 'Think Like a Man Too' and 'Jersey Boys,' Where Were the Guys?
The Nice Guys: Shane Black, who most recently directed Iron Man 3, is next planning a film noir thriller entitled The Nice Guys, and Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe are being “courted to star,” according to a report. The script, written by Black and Anthony Bagarozzi, revolves around the possible suicide of a porn star in 1970s Los… Continue reading Movie News: Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe May Play 'Nice Guys;' Trailer Denzel Washington's 'The Equalizer'
Why have this summer’s box office behemoths been dropping like flies after their first weekends?
“The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “Neighbors,” “Godzilla,” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past” all opened at No. 1 and then plummeted, losing half or two-thirds of their business the following weekend. One possible reason: they all have too much testosterone.
Yes, summer tentpole movies (note the standard… Continue reading Box Office: In 'Maleficent' vs. 'Million Ways,' It's Girls 1, Guys 0