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Johnny Depp Joins Daughter Lily-Rose in Kevin Smith's 'Yoga Hosers'

3:53 PM 8/20/2014 by Jeff Giles
Yoga Hosers
It remains to be seen whether Kevin Smith's bizarre walrus horror-comedy Tusk is as fun as the trailer makes it seem, but whatever's going on in Smith's creative life right now, he certainly seems to be having a good time -- and he's already moving on Tusk's follow-up, the second chapter in what he's calling his True North trilogy (so named because, as the Hollywood Reporter points out, it's "steeped in Canadian myths and culture").
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Lionsgate Buys Opera-Themed Comedy ‘The Three Tenors’

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Lionsgate has bought The Three Tenors, an ensemble comedy spec by Johnny Rosenthal that will be produced by Patrick Aiello. Think A Night At The Opera meets Anchorman here as the comedy traces the rise and fall, and then another rise and fall and then rise, of a fictional trio of internationally beloved operatic superstars. 1 day 17 hours ago via jetli

El Jefe is back! More Cubanos for everybody! Open Road Films has announced a re-release of the beloved summer indie comedy Chef, written, directed by and starring Jon Favreau. If you haven't already seen the film (or even if you have already!) they're offering you another chance to catch this up on the big screen. Although I would say this is probably best eaten while preparing you're own feast of a meal, because all it will make you want is the best food you can possibly eat during and after.

Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. star in 'Let's Be Cops,' and while it's horrible timing in regards to real-life events, the film doesn't work on its own merits.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured

First Look At Johnny Depp As Mortdecai Here we have the first trailer for Mortdecai, a new movie from Lionsgate starring Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, Olivia Munn, Jeff Goldblum and Paul Bettany.

‘Let’s Be Cops,’ a new movie about two grown men -- played by Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. -- who pretend to be police officers, did not screen early for critics. On a rainy Tuesday night, I paid $14 for a ticket for ‘Let’s Be Cops’ at my local movie theater, to watch the film amongst around 30 other people who thought this would be a satisfactory night of entertainment. While watching I kept a running diary of my experience. Watching ‘Let’s Be Cops’ is a miserable experience. Anyway, here’s how that all went… Continue reading…

A Brief History of the Slow Lurch of ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ to the Big Screen QuickBooks The last time we covered the apparently-always-gestating big screen version of Seth Grahame-Smith‘s send-up of the classic Jane Austen novel of (kind of ) the same name, “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” it was to include it in a list of eight promised films that still have not been made. The timing was especially compelling, as the January post arrived just one month before the five-year anniversary of the film’s first announcement.

Set moustaches to curled Based on the beloved novels by Kyril Bonfiglioli - namely Don't Point That Thing At Me, After You With A Pistol, Something Nasty In The Woodshed and The Great Moustache Mystery - Johnny Depp's latest is a right royal romp of the highest order, with Depp playing an anarchic aristocratic art dealer named Charlie Mortdecai, and Paul Bettany his valet, Jock.

Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton Can't Escape Each Other in ‘Two Night Stand’ Trailer (Video) The walk of shame after a one night stand is awkward enough, but it's supposed to signal the beginning of the end of that shame. In the latest trailer for the upcoming comedy “Two Night Stand,” director Max Nichols asks what would happen if you couldn't walk away. Also read: Analeigh Tipton Joins Ryan Reynolds, Sienna Miller in ‘Mississippi Grind’ (Exclusive) Analeigh Tipton stars as a young woman who decides to put herself out there and experience her first one night stand.

Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton Can't Escape Each Other in ‘Two Night Stand’ Trailer (Video) The walk of shame after a one night stand is awkward enough, but it's supposed to signal the beginning of the end of that shame. In the latest trailer for the upcoming comedy “Two Night Stand,” director Max Nichols asks what would happen if you couldn't walk away. Also read: Analeigh Tipton Joins Ryan Reynolds, Sienna Miller in ‘Mississippi Grind’ (Exclusive) Analeigh Tipton stars as a young woman who decides to put herself out there and experience her first one night stand.

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