The friend zone is a frustrating place, and sometimes it’s the last place either person wants to be. In director Michael Dowse’s latest film, The F Word, Daniel Radcliffe plays Wallace, a single guy who finds the right chemistry with Chantry, played by Zoe Kazan, only to realize that she has a very serious boyfriend.
Okay, I am more than a little amused by the concept behind We’re the Millers, and it’s not just because Jennifer Aniston plays a stripper in the film. It’s also because Jason Sudeikis is hilarious.
The first full trailer for the third season of Game of Thrones has finally arrived, debuting online moments after it appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The official trailer for this year’s Oscars: “Off the Grid,” produced in partnership between the Academy and the folks over at Funny Or Die.
For those you old enough to remember when Billy Crystal last hosted the Oscars, he’s kind of a sight for sore eyes after so many terrible, terrible hosts.
Take a deep breath and try to contain yourself, Lord of the Rings fans, and take a look at Academy Award winner Peter Jackson’s first official trailer for next year’s epic prequel, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Walt Disney Pictures released the first trailer for the sci-fi adventure film John Carter today, which is the big-screen adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ story, “A Princess of Mars”.
Get ready for the thug life to hit Los Angeles–or at least Rockstar Games’ version of the city–as the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto V debuted online, showing off a little bit of what gamers can expect of the latest edition in the franchise.
Epic Games have released the latest trailer for Gears of War 3, Dust to Dust, which reveals more of the devastation that seems headed our way in the third and final installment of the game.
On December 17, Walt Disney Pictures will release what could be one of the year’s biggest films: director Joseph Kosinski’s Tron: Legacy. It’s a sequel that comes nearly thirty years after the original film…
Bungie and Microsoft released a brand new gameplay trailer for their latest Xbox 360 franchise title, Halo: Reach, which is headed for store shelves on September 14 in North America.