It’s the end of the world as we know it, and there’s a big party full of celebrities going on. This movie might have been better released at the end of last year when we were all supposed to die, but this is the season of comedy.
While a party rages at his house, James Franco and a number of his famous friends find themselves in the middle of the apocalypse. They panic, fight, get hit by Rihanna, and learn the true meaning of friendship in a devastated world.
It’s not as serious as it sounds, and somehow this movie managed to get together the biggest group of people I purposely try to avoid. The cast all play fictional versions of themselves, so hey maybe i’ll like it. Along with Franco, the movie also stars Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Jonah Hill and Craig Robinson. Rogen wrote and directed the movie with Evan Goldberg who worked with him on ‘Pineapple Express.’
Will you be seeing ‘This is the End’ on June 14?
[Editor’s Note: Guess what 12-year old boy was belling laughing/squealing during this trailer? Yep. DivaJulia.]
The Wolfpack is back (for the last time?) and THIS 7th grade boy is belly laughing. (There’s only ONE giraffe who’s allowed to judge me on that, fyi.) Take a look, won’t you?
Dang. Melissa McCarthy, Mike Epps, John Goodman, Mike Tyson, Jeffrey Tambor, and of course, Ken Jeong along with the rest of the naughty boys are all there. Oh. And apparently (at least momentarily) a giraffe is involved.
Will this be the first Hangover film without the hangover? The trailer maybe suggests this, as there’s not one glimpse of the gang waking up and going, “What the hell happened last night?” Instead, we get the classic action movie trailer trope of a pretty, ethereal song followed by a raucous guitar number. The music makes sense, as shit is going down this time. After the death of his father, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) goes from crazy in a quirky way to crazy in a dangerous way. Good thing Stu and Phil (Ed Helms and Bradley Cooper) are there for him, because for some reason John Goodman wants to kill him. It should be a crazy, fun time for everyone — unless you’re a giraffe or a big giraffe supporter.
Just the sound of their voices makes me wistful. That’s right. Beavis and Butthead are back. Hallelujurrrrr!!!
The genius that is Mike Judge, creator of Beavis and Butthead revealed today at SDCC that he decided to bring back the show to MTV because “TV was as getting too smart.” Judge also mentioned that he’s “been writing things down over the years, thinking “I wish I was still doingBeavis & Butthead.”