If you like your movie trailers short on plot, heavy on the ad-libbing and redder than a Romney state, then you’ll love this new red-band effort from Movie 43. The Peter Farrelly ensemble comedy stars everyone you’ve ever heard of in Hollywood and even some you haven’t. Movie 43 has released another red-band trailer previously, but the new one mostly focuses on a stream of improv from Jason Sudeikis who is admiring Kristen Bell’s crotch.
Starring Elizabeth Banks, Kristen Bell, Halle Berry, Leslie Bibb, Kate Bosworth, Gerard Butler and everyone else, Movie 43 opens on January 25th, 2013. Hit the jump to see the new red-band trailer.
We already gave you a list of the winners from the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmys (Link 8), but if the ceremony was just nominees being read and awards being handed out then the telecast wouldn’t be over three hours long would it? So to follow-up, we’ve put together some of the highlights form the show itself complete with video for your hungry eyes and ears. Below you’ll find a great comedic bit featuring the cast of Modern Family receiving some advice on how to make their next season even more hilarious. Remedies include George Clooney and Family Guy’s Stewie Griffin as new cast members and even the use of 3-D to show off Sofia Vergara’s…talents. In addition there’s a couple great acceptance speeches and other laughs to be had just below the jump.
I know those “I’m a Mac and I’m a PC” commercials are meant to make Macs look hip and cool while PCs come off as bumbling and ineffectual, but aside from that misrepresentation (Did you know that PCs can run operating systems OTHER than Windows? It’s true!), John Hodgman who plays the PC is a totally winning personality. In addition to his memorable apperance, he’s is witty, urbane, and I wish “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” had him on more often.
Yesterday, Mr. Hodgman was invited to speak at the 2009 Radio and TV Correspondents’ Dinner where he wondered aloud whether or not this President could heal the long divide between Jocks and Nerds.
Check out the video after the jump for more “Dune” references than you require.