Oscar nominee Reese Witherspoon hasn’t lost her comedy chops. The trailer for her upcoming action/comedy movie with Sofia Vergara, “Hot Pursuit,” is promisingly funny! Witherspoon plays Officer Cooper, a tiny Texan police officer whose latest assignment is to drive a drug dealer’s widow to Dallas to testify against the men who killed her husband. As Daniella Riva, Sofia Vergara seems to be well-matched with Witherspoon in terms of comic timing and physical humor.
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Oscar nominee Reese Witherspoon hasn’t lost her comedy chops. The trailer for her upcoming action/comedy movie with Sofia Vergara, “Hot Pursuit,” is promisingly funny! Witherspoon plays Officer Cooper, a tiny Texan police officer whose latest assignment is to drive a drug dealer’s widow to Dallas to testify against the men who killed her husband. As Daniella Riva, Sofia Vergara seems to be well-matched with Witherspoon in terms of comic timing and physical humor. Previously known as “Don’t Mess With Texas,” “Hot Pursuit” is being described as “The Heat” meets “Midnight Run.” Director Anne Fletcher is known for her work on “The Guilt Trip,” “The Proposal,” “27 Dresses,” and the original “Step Up.” That’s right, the one with Channing Tatum and his now-wife Jenna Dewan Tatum.
Have you been watching “Marvel’s Agent Carter” ? If you haven’t, you should maybe hold off on watching this sneak peek from the second to last episode. Also, why haven’t you? Peggy Carter ( Hayley Atwell ) is super cool and stylish as all get-out! For those of you who are up to date on the trials and tribulations of Agent Carter, this video will give you a taste of this season’s penultimate episode.
So what if we don’t all get that turned on by a potter’s wheel or eating lobster in real life? In the movies, everything is bigger, sexier and, often, a whole lot more ridiculous. Here are some sexy scenes that’ll make you never look at ordinary objects — or our food — the same way again.
The first trailer for director Guy Ritchie’s adaptation of 1960s TV series “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” is finally here, and based on the slick-looking clip, it seems that the long-gestating project was worth the wait. Henry Cavill stars as CIA agent Napolean Solo and Armie Hammer plays KGB operative Illya Kuryakin, two wildly different men who nevertheless team up to take down a shady organization with Nazi ties that’s hellbent on threatening the globe with a nuclear device. Unfortunately, like the series, the flick is set during the height of the Cold War — and neither man can stand the other. As Solo puts it, “Things could get a little messy” with all that tension, and as we see in the trailer, they certainly do.
This weekend’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” might be the first big spy movie of 2015, but it’s far from the last. This August, Warner Bros will unleash ” The Man from U.N.C.L.E. ,” based on the television series that ran for more than a hundred episodes from 1965 – 1968 (to tell you what a technologically trippy period this was, the first season’s episodes were in black-and-white, the rest in color). This new version retains the period setting but seems to be ruder and more action-packed. Would you expect anything less from director Guy Ritchie
One of the greatest things about the recently released ” The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water ” is that it takes some real risks when it comes to form. The movie, after being a traditionally animated lark for most of its running time, veers into craziness in the third act, incorporating a live-action section with three-dimensional computer animated versions of the characters and there’s even a stop-motion animated galactic dolphin (don’t ask). In that tradition, the marketing team has come up with an ingeniously weird promotional item, a short film done in the style of the French New Wave, complete with subtitles, black-and-white photography and excessive artiness. The basic conceit is what a real life SpongeBob would be like in our world, full of angst and frustration
“Gotham” executive producer Bruno Heller wasn’t kidding when he hinted that The Joker would be appearing on “Gotham” soon: A first look at the iconic “Batman” villain is part of a teaser for the next episode of the Fox series. In the clip, we’re reminded that we’ve already met several high-profile baddies populating the city. But, “Gotham’s next villain is no joke,” the preview teases, cutting to a man being questioned by Detective Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) who has quite the unhinged maniacal laugh. Cinema Blend points out that that’s actor Cameron Monaghan (“The Giver,” “Vampire Academy,” “Shameless”), who will most likely be playing a teenaged version of The Joker, in an effort to make the villain a similar age to the young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz)
Of all the movies opening in the next few weeks, ” McFarland, USA ” is one that is probably flying under most people’s radar. But it shouldn’t. It’s a terrific Disney sports movie in the tradition of “Miracle” and last year’s “Million Dollar Arm,” dramatizing the inspirational true story of a California track team that defied the odds to become winners under the leadership of an out-of-his-comfort-zone coach (played by Kevin Costner ). All of the reasons you should get excited about this movie are nicely enclosed in our exclusive featurette. The featurette, running at a brisk three minutes, details the original true story and features interviews with Costner, director Niki Caro , and the young actors who play the kids in the movie.