Day: December 23, 2012

A Christmas 2012 clip from NBC’s “Community,” which returns in 2013

NBC’s Community doesn’t return to the TV airwaves until Feb. 7, 2013, so the sitcom’s fourth-season Christmas episode might seem a little out of season when it reaches a TV or computer screen near you. So star Joel McHale is here before Christmas with a special message and a sneak peak at a holiday clip from that episode. In this clip, Dean Pelton hands out presents to the study group. But, for some of you this isn’t a spoiler, but a gift to let you know that Chevy Chase gets nothing in this clip. He’s not even in it!...

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Movie trailer: “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone”

If you considered Mr. Popper’s Penguins too much of a family comedy, then yes, sure, it has been more than a few years since Jim Carrey blew up big at the box-office with all of his comedic talents. For you, then, circle March 15, 2013, on the calendar. That’s when Carrey will co-star with Steve Carell in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. Magic! No, the movie is about magic — specifically, about magicians. Carell plays the titular character Burt Wonderstone, while Steve Buscemi is his magician partner. The star duo in Las Vegas faces competition from Steve Gray (Carrey). Olivia...

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Movie trailer: “Admission”

Admission, from director Paul Weitz (he also wrote the screenplay with Karen Croner, based on the novel by Jean Hanff Korelitz), stars Tina Fey as a Princeton University admissions officer who — while visiting an alternative high school run by a former classmate (Paul Rudd) of hers — interviews a student (Nat Wolff) who may or may not be the son she secretly had given up for adoption 17 years ago. The cast also includes Michael Sheen, Wallace Shawn and Lily Tomlin. Due in theatres March 8, 2013. From Focus Features, it’s rated PG-13. Roll the...

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Red-Band movie trailer: “This Is The End”

The world did not end on Dec. 21, 2012, as those who predicted the Mayan calendars said as much. But the comedy world may well implode in meta in summer 2013 with the release of This Is The End, because the film written/directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg imagines a bunch of their famous funny friends dealing with the apocalypse, and playing themselves in the process. Anyone you think might be in a Seth Rogen movie is in the mix: James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jason Segel, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Paul Rudd, Craig Robinson, Michael Cera, Martin Starr....

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