Here’s a sentence I’m just incredibly sad to type: Alien: Covenant is bad.
The first photo of the full Alien Covenant crew was revealed Tuesday, with the news that a teaser will be seen during Wednesday’s episode of Legion. Which is great, but we wanted to break down this photo a bit more.
Turns out the new Halloween film won’t be a straight-up remake after all. It’s going to take place after the first two, keeping the story of the original “Night He Came Home” intact.
Michael Myers is coming back and he’ll do so with a little Eastbound and Down flair. Master of horror John Carpenter just revealed that Danny McBride and David Gordon Green will write the next Halloween remake, with Gordon Green directing.
The R-rated, Hollywood animated film is a rare form, indeed. Other countries release them but in the U.S., a decade could pass between two. The next one is coming sooner than you think, though, and it’ll get even more niche by using stop-motion animation to take you directly to Hell.
Finally a Knight Rider remake we can get behind. Chris Pratt and Danny McBride could be teaming up to bring back the series all about some bro and his talking car. Love it.
It's been a bit of a sad stretch for genre comedies. Needless to say, our hopes for the mock epic fantasy Your Highness are very high. So, is it funny? Do these collection of clips make you laugh, or groan?
The latest red band Your Highness trailer trots out a whole new collection of medieval dick jokes. And while this film may be cruder than Army Of Darkness, we're still loving our new anti-hero Danny McBride. NSFW.
At NYCC we dubbed Danny McBride's wonderfully raunchy Your Highness the next Army of Darkness. Now you can be the judge: Watch the red-band trailer, filled with weed-smoking muppets, magic, and Natalie Portman in a golden thong.
For everyone waiting for an R-rated Labyrinth, your time has come. We just saw the first footage of the profanity-laced fantasy epic Your Highness. It was pretty funny. And, if nothing else, it's got Natalie Portman in a golden thong.
Comedic character actor Danny McBride has big dreams for three new scifi films. Hopefully we'll be seeing him dabble in moon theivery, building an evil 80s robot, and bringing out the DC villains for the movie adaption of comic Hench.
Will Ferrell will star in a remake of 1970s dinosaurs-and-campy-lizards show Land of the Lost. Marilyn Manson's favorite TV show is about a family that gets caught up in a mega-earthquake during an expedition and falls into a prehistoric little enclave full of ape-kids, dinos and lizard guys called the Sleestaks. How…