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There are only bits and pieces of new footage in this one, but I like the shot of Kunis in what I guess will be her look when she reclaims the throne.
Well, this seems like a terrible idea, but Lauren Shuler Donner has more say in this than I do.
So far it’s been all Batman, Batman, Batman but Channing Tatum’s take on Superman finally gets a chance to be funny in this latest TV spot for The Lego Movie.
His character is described as a “half-wolf, half-albino genetic warrior” and he certainly looks the part.
Maybe it is the vulgarity in these films that make them so funny.
Warning: This video is a bit annoying.
The trailer was released earlier this week, and here are some things we noticed about it.
See Channing Tatum’s latest, greatest stunt and the JCVD video that inspired it.
A Blumhouse thriller, a Christmas comedy, Channing Tatum and Michael Fassbender. Something for everybody in today’s roundup! • Channing Tatum really has done an impressive job of turning his career around. He continues to take creative control, now in talks …
Just a short one today… • Tuppence Middleton, a young actress to keep an eye on out of Britain, will lead indie thriller Intrusion, playing a newly single woman who moves into a San Francisco dream home only to get …
We definitely need more guys like Paul Feig around and we need his kinds of movies to do well so we see more movies like the ones he’s pitching.
Steve Carell as you’ve never seen him before is featured in the haunting first teaser trailer for Bennett Miller’s Foxcatcher. That nose, that accent, a shocking true life murder, directed by Moneyball’s Bennett Miller? Carell and Foxcatcher are certainly headed …
Also featuring some fun bunkum with Channing Tatum, including an appraisal of the X-Man, Gambit.
I’m a big fan of Magic Mike, and I’m curious to see what neophyte director Channing Tatum will do with the sequel. He’ll start, apparently, by casting Jamie Foxx.
Two images from Bennet Miller’s upcoming Foxcatcher.
Bennet Miller’s follow-up to Moneyball focuses on murderer John DuPont.
We knew that Channing Tatum is playing Superman, but I think it’s news that Jonah Hill is Green Lantern and Cobie Smulders is Wonder Woman in Phil Lord and Chris Miller‘s Lego Movie. Other Lego characters will appear, but the …