Jay Baruchel News

Watch an exclusive How to Train Your Dragon 2 featurette In case you hadn't realised yet, we're a bit excited about How to Train Your Dragon 2. If our glowing review didn't convince you enough, then we'll just let the cast themselves do the talking. Our exclusive video featurette has Cate Blanchett, Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler and more raving about how the dragon-y sequel expands upon the original. Watch the below and then let us know what you think in the comments! How to Train Your Dragon opens in UK cinemas 11 July 2014.

New in Theaters: 'How to Train Your Dragon 2,' '22 Jump Street'

6:23 PM 6/13/2014 by Logan Falk
22 Jump Street
This looks to be yet another busy weekend—both new releases are sequels that have been long-awaited by fans of the original films for months on end, and both films have been receiving excellent reviews. Additionally, the films will attract very different audiences, so droves of moviegoers will flock to theaters this weekend.

WonderCon 2014: Red Carpet Interview with Director Dean DeBlois and Jay Baruchel for ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’

latino-review.com – Our lovable dragon riders are back. Latino-Review caught up with director Dean Deblois and Jay Baruchel on the red carpet at WonderCon before their presentation for “How to Train Your Dragon 2.” In addition, some of the WonderCon audience received a present surprise—they watched the first hour of the movie.

8 years 33 weeks ago via theothersenhman

WonderCon 2014: How to Train Your Dragon 2 Plot Revealed

10:50 PM 4/20/2014 by Fred Topel
How to Train Your Dragon 2
The highly anticipated Dreamworks animated sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2 came to WonderCon in Anaheim with director Dean DeBlois and voice actor Jay Baruchel. While Baruchel spoke about his character, Hiccup, DeBlois shared some pretty in depth details about the new film's story in a press conference with the media before their panel.

Stephen King Casting Bits: Jay Baruchel Joins ‘10 O’Clock People’, ‘Cell’ Adds Stacy Keach

feedproxy.google.com – Two of the four hundred or so Stephen King projects currently in development are making strides in casting. Jay Baruchel has signed on to lead The Ten O’Clock People, replacing Justin Long, while Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan) and Stacy Keach (Nebraska) have joined John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson in Cell. 8 years 43 weeks ago via jackiechan

First Trailer for THE ART OF THE STEAL Starring Kurt Russell, Jay Baruchel, and Matt Dillon

collider.com – Radius-TWC has released the first trailer for director Jonathan Sobel’s new film The Art of the Steal. Led by Kurt Russell, the comedy tells the story of a small group of crooks who team up to steal one of the most valuable books in the world. The trailer teases a fun Ocean’s Eleven-style caper with plenty of comedic interplay between the ensemble cast, which also includes Jay Baruchel, Matt Dillon, and Jason Jones. 8 years 51 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Gary Oldman and Jay Baruchel to battle evil in the World War II set Panzer 88

joblo.com – Despite sharing some screen time in next year's ROBOCOP reboot, Gary Oldman and Jay Baruchel will team up for a darker story in PANZER 88. The World War II set horror movie will follow the recent trend of supernatural action movies like R.I.P.D. and the recently announced SEAL TEAM 666. 9 years 4 weeks ago via jetli

Jay Baruchel Joins Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone in Cameron Crowe's Next

comingsoon.net – Still without a title, Cameron Crowe's untitled next project has today added Jay Baruchel to its ensemble cast. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the This is the End star will join Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams, Alec Baldwin and Danny McBride from the Hawaii-set romantic adventure. 9 years 8 weeks ago via theothersenhman

New in Theaters: ‘Man of Steel,’ ‘This Is the End’

8:55 AM 6/14/2013 by Logan Falk
This Is the End
After a few weeks off from summer film hysteria, it’s coming back this weekend with the advent of Christopher Nolan’s latest foray in to the DC Comics world—coming out today, alongside a comedy to temper this titanic venture, is Man of Steel.

Review: This is the End (Missing Cameo: Kirk Cameron)

8:41 AM 6/13/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
It’s hard to say exactly what is ending, but any film starring Hollywood’s young comic titans (all of whom are dispensing with the character names and "playing themselves") must be driving at some message….right?
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