Later this week, M. Night Shyamalan is releasing a new movie called The Visit. And it’s actually pretty great. Scary, unpredictable, kind of like the movies that made him a household name. It’s unlike The Happening, the movie that almost killed his career.
Here's the music video for She & Him's song Stay Awhile. It's a lovely stroll that follows Zooey Deschanel dancing around with an invisible person inside a bedroom, a living room and the clouds. Dancing alone is always the best since no one is watching but dancing with an invisible person looks even better.
Some of us would probably prefer for all of Apple's Siri ads to feature Zooey Deschanel asking inane questions. But Zooey/Siri jokes are getting a little tired—and the Samuel L. Jackson ones never caught on. Luckily, two new Siri spots aired this evening, both featuring the inimitable John Malkovich.
One morning, Zooey Deschanel, the actress, woke up. She had dreamt she was Empress Joséphine, but it was just a dream, like all other dreams. She was a little cranky. So she turned to her one true friend—Siri, QT!
Fearless leader of quirky girls everywhere Zooey Deschanel is now in her own celebrity Siri commercial for Sprint, and it's exactly the 30-second I'm-just-a-homebody-who-wears-matching-pajama-sets-and-collects-sheet-music extravaganza you'd expect it to be.
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.
Kooky-actress-it's-ok-to-worship Zooey Deschanel has apparently been cast as Ada Lovelace in a new film chronicling her life, Enchantress of Numbers. Lovelace, who died in 1852, was an English woman who wrote the first algorithm ever processed by a machine.
When people start shoving huge ponytail holder needles into their own necks, and dive-bombing themselves off skyscrapers, then it's probably safe to assume that something is "Happening." In this new trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's newest film The Happening, that's just what happens. People start committing mass…