CollegeHumor is getting into the feature length comedy arena with Coffee Town, coming this July on VOD and starring It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Glenn Howerton as a writer who is desperate to keep his local coffee shop from turning into a bistro/bar, which would lose him his “office” and hang out spot.
Zombieland and 30 Minutes or Less director Ruben Fleischer goes in a more serious direction for his third movie, Gangster Squad, which features Sean Penn as 40’s gangster Mickey Cohen and the squad of cops, led by Josh Brolin, looking to take him down. Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone star as well.
This week the duo of Zach and Chris hold down the podcasting fort with another of their tangent filled episodes. The guys talk about catching up on this year’s comedies, Walking Dead webisodes, fond memories of the Jaws ride at Universal Studios, who is excited for John Carter? and a bunch of other news and trailers.
It’s like summer clean up this week for new releases as a bunch of the smaller movies from the summer are getting released, along with one of the biggest, inexplicable, hits and you can also own all of Smallville.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes held onto the top spot at the box office this weekend, despite some strong competition from The Help.
Four vastly different new movies are out this weekend for your viewing pleasure with racism drama, a 3D concert film, horrific accidents and wacky bank robbing.
This week the whole gang of Zach, Chris, Brian and Joe are on to talk about a ton of Batman news, what everyone’s been watching over the past week and talk about The Fast and The Furious franchise and the movies it’s spawned (like Torque and Biker Boyz).
Following up Zombieland, director Ruben Fleischer reteams with Jesse Eisenberg for the heist comedy 30 Minutes or Less.