Everyone from James Franco and Emma Watson to Aziz Ansari and Michael Cera party down in the new red-band trailer for This Is the End, directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
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The red-band trailer for the doomsday comedy This Is The End gets a not-safe-for-work introduction from stars Seth Rogen and James Franco. The film, whose star-studded cast also includes Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Emma Watson, opens June 14.
The blooper reel for Disney’s The Muppets, billed as “The Longest Blooper Reel Ever (Well … At Least in Muppet History),” has at last found its way online.
Despite the efforts of gifted cast led by Jason Segel and Emily Blunt, director Nicholas Stoller’s romantic comedy The Five-Year Engagement becomes weighed down by an uninspired plot and frequently humdrum jokes.
The Muppets co-writer Nicholas Stoller teases that the follow-up to last year’s box-office hit will be a comedy caper in the tradition of The Great Muppet Caper.
Buoyed by a terrific comedic cast and a tight script, independent filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass, tread funny, but familiar territory with their latest effort Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
Filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass and stars Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Susan Sarandon and Judy Greer discuss Jeff, Who Lives at Home, improvisation, the nature of comedy, and how to gain 24 pounds in a single day.
The Muppets star Jason Segel says he won’t return to headline the newly announced Disney sequel, but there’s no bad blood.
Disney has tapped screenwriter Nicholas Stoller and director James Bobin will collaborate on the script for the sequel to last year’s hit Muppets movie.
The Muppets co-writer Nick Stoller talks with Spinoff Online about the genesis of the big-screen revival, his lifelong love for the characters, and the challenges of an enormous cast.
Disney’s The Muppets takes up takes aim at the hit Twilight franchise in a trio of posters released barely a week before the movie’s Nov. 23 premiere.
The Muppets director James Bobin, co-writer Nick Stoller, musical supervisor Brett McKenzie and producers discuss bringing Jim Henson’s creations to a new generation.