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BC Mag #2: Nyuk, Nyuk, Nyuk The Stooges Are Back In Comics

Bleeding Cool Magazine article by James Kuhoric Most men have a genetic predisposition to enjoy The Three Stooges. We know the gags are just physical humor and that poking someone in the eyes or grabbing their nose with scissors is …

Final Theatrical Trailer For The Three Stooges

Well, the start of this trailer is cute, and there’s an awful lot of choreography on display. I suppose this is the best Three Stooges trailer yet. Of course, the full film is going to have all of the “plot” …

More Footage In An International Trailer For The Three Stooges

In theory, The Three Stooges‘ comedy should travel around the world remarkably well, as is the accepted wisdom about slapstick. It should also be fairly resistant to the passage of time, depending very little on any cultural context. As long …

Trailer for Despicable Me 2 Trashes the Beach Boys

I thought Despicable Me was okay, even a little bit good in places. I love the Beach Boys. There’s something to be said for teaser trailers that don’t use footage from the film but present something original. But this teaser …

The Three Stooges Motion Poster Is A Terrifying Portent Of Our Horrendous Future

I consider the new motion poster for The Three Stooges to be a very bad omen. Not only of the film itself, which has already given rise to a rather unappealing trailer, but of a future where LED screens hang …

First Trailer For The Three Stooges Movie

Oh… why? The Farrelly Brothers have tried for years to get this Three Stooges do-over made, and finally they’ve succeeded. In getting it made. Along the way, cast came, and cast went, and when the music stopped, it was Sean …

Three Stooges Poster And Character Head-Tops

Fox have updated the official Three Stooges site with the first poster for the film, and a look at the trio… from the bridges of their noses up. This is, from left to right, Sean Hayes as Larry, Chris Diamantopoulos …

Bluewater Launches Creator Owned Comics Biography Line

One of the central criticisms of biographical and licensed comics publisher Bluewater, is that it deals in back-end work-for-hire contracts. The people sign all their rights away but only get paid from profits, if any, if the book sells over …