Aubrey Plaza and Jemaine Clement Get Weird in the ‘Evening with Beverly Luff Linn’ Trailer

If you caught The Greasy Strangler then you know Jim Hosking is a writer and director who announced himself right away as someone with an unusual (sometimes slightly disturbing) comedic voice. Well, Hosking is back with his sophomore feature, An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn, and that voice is on full display in the first trailer for the film. Written by Hosking and David Wike, the film follows a woman named Lulu Danger (Aubrey Plaza), whose life changes when she sees a TV commercial for “An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn for One Magical Night Only that reveals a mysterious …

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‘Bourne’ Universe TV Series ‘Treadstone’ Ordered Straight-to-Series at USA Network

The mysteries of the Bourne universe are coming to cable. USA Network has ordered the ‘Bourne’ spinoff drama Treadstone straight to series. Heroes creator Tim Kring will write and executive produce the series with 99 Homes and Fahrenheit 451 filmmaker Ramin Bahrani executive producing and directing the pilot. The series centers on the CIA black ops program called Treadsone — a name well-familiar to any Bourne fan — that uses behavior modification protocol to transform its agents into super spy killing machines like Jason Bourne. They can tell you the license plate numbers of all six cars outside. They can tell …

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Why We Love Star Wars: The Clone Wars

“Begun, the Clone War has.” Yoda uttered those ominous words at the end of Attack of the Clones and set up the premise of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Fans thought the animated series was over, but we learned about #CloneWarsSaved at San Diego Comic-Con. With the beloved show returning with new episodes — and this week marking the 10th anniversary of the animated feature that started it all — it’s the ideal time to look at what makes The Clone Wars so special. Continue reading

‘Halloween’ Soundtrack Teaser Reveals a Snippet of John Carpenter’s New Score

Holy heck, it’s almost actually here. In two months, a new Halloween sequel is hitting theaters, and it looks good. The trailer was a banger, the Comic-Con footage was downright spectacular, and everyone involved with the project seems to be brimming with an enthusiasm that suggests they know they’ve got something good on their hands. Set hype levels to maximum. Directed by David Gordon Green, Halloween is both a sequel and a reboot, ignoring everything in the franchise that happened after the credits rolled on the iconic original 1978 film. Not only is Jamie Lee Curtis returning …

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Good Boy!: A Dog That Pretends To Be A Motorcycle

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This is a video of motocross rider Greg Vannorden’s family husky Brodie demonstrating his ability to transform into a motorcycle when Greg straddles him and pretends to start his engine. That’s definitely worth a treat. A soft one too, something meaty and easy on the gums. In Greg’s own words:

Brodie the husky used to follow me around on my motocross bike so I figured he picked this up from that so I tried to start him up one day and ever since then he does this impression. Continue reading

‘The Alienist’ to Get Sequel Series ‘The Angel of Darkness’; Lead Actors to Return

Although The Alienist was billed as a “limited series”, these days it turns out series are only limited if they’re unpopular. But The Alienist was a hit for TNT, and fans overwhelmingly wanted to see it return. Now it looks like they’ll get their wish has ordered a sequel series, The Angel of Darkness. Based on the sequel by author Caleb Carr, who wrote the novel The Alienist, the new series will reunite Alienist leads Daniel Bruhl, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning. the-alienist-image Here’s the synopsis for …

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