The New ‘Hercules’ Trailer: Oh Hey, Here Comes the Unkillable Army From Hell
Here we learn that the Rockules is a little reluctant about the “son of Zeus” thing in his upcoming film, preferring the simple pleasures of husbandry and fatherhood. But when some shitty gods merc Herc’s fam, the narrative changes real quick. There’s suddenly an army from Hades, a truck-size boar, and all the excuses one needs to roar, “I … AMMMM … HERCULLEEEEEEESSSS!”
IRL Hunger Games: “Flash mobs in Bangkok are deploying the film’s three-fingered salute as an act of defiance, and the military junta says it will arrest those in large groups who ignore warnings to lower their arms.”
Kristen Bell will star in Hair at the Hollywood Bowl this August.
The Millennium Falcon lives (and has been photographed, again by TMZ, the Internet’s new no. 1 Star Wars fan site).
Thanks to Slate, we’ve got a video translation of all the stuff Amia said on Louie.
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How much Thanos will Guardians of the Galaxy feature? This much.
There is clearly a gas leak outside Don Draper’s office.
Here’s the first trailer for Very Good Girls, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Fanning.
Homeland added Corey Stoll and Laila Robins.
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