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One of the buzzed about films premiering at SXSW was Joss Whedon’s The Cabin in the Woods. I sat down with Director and Co-Writer Drew Goddard about the horror flick, why he’s not on Twitter and his advice for up and coming filmmakers.

He shared that it’s great to be in Austin to “actually meet fans in person. That’s such a foreign element these days.” The film will be

charlie day 300 Charlie Day: 5 Things to Know About the Horrible Bosses Star

Charlie Day

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He’s the breakout star of Horrible Bosses, fighting off Jennifer Aniston’s advances – and getting a little out of it during a certain

Subscribe ow.ly | Facebook ow.ly | Twitter ow.ly Release Date: 8 July 2011 Genre: Comedy Cast: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Kevin Spacey, Isaiah Mustafa Directors: Seth Gordon Writer: Michael Markowitz, John Francis Daley Studio: Warner Bros. Plot: Three friends conspire to murder their awful bosses when they realize they are standing in the way of their happiness.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

horriblebosseszookeeperposters Weekend Chatter: What Did You Think of Horrible Bosses and Zookeeper? 

This weekend is all about the comedies — sort of the quiet before the Harry Potter storm — but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve any more love than, say, some summer blockbuster behemoth like Transformers: Dark of the Moon. This week it’s all about Horrible Bosses and Zookeeper, two completely different comedies that may or may not be after the same audience (it’s hard to… Continue reading Weekend Chatter: What Did You Think of 'Horrible Bosses' and 'Zookeeper'? 

If you’ve ever worked a job in your life, chances are you’ve wanted to kill your boss at some point. Maybe it’s their big heads that get in the way of that promotion they promised you, maybe it’s their raging sex drives, or maybe it’s all that cocaine they forget to wipe off their nose when they exit the bathroom, but whatever the reason, we’ve all been there. Such is… Continue reading 'Horrible Bosses' Review: So Close to Making First-Degree Murder Hilarious