Remember how much the world loved My Big Fat Greek Wedding? The movie was a major hit back 2002 and has basically cemented itself as one of those movies that’s impossible to hate–and impossible to turn off when you catch it on TV. Well, the first trailer for My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 made it’s way into the world today, and thankfully, it seems just as amusing as the first one. This time writer/director/star Nia Vardalos is dealing with a teenage daughter and parents who were apparently never married in the first place. I could be into this. Especially because we get to see more of hot John Corbett and all of the extended Greek family. Her family was totally the best part of the first movie (“That’s okay. I make lamb.”). And even if My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 doesn’t live up to the hype of the first movie, at least we all know it can’t be as bad as My Big Fat Greek Life. Check out the trailer above and tell us what you think of it. If they make a third one can it just be a buddy comedy about Lainie Kazan and Andrea Martin‘s characters?
It was only a matter a time before Justin Bieber announced a world tour to support his new album Purpose, and the time has come! Can you Belieb it? He announced the news on Wednesday’s episode of Ellen, and of course when Ellen DeGeneres asked the singer when the world tour will begin, he couldn’t recall. “This was the only thing I had to remember, and I don’t remember it,” he said. “You can go to my website. What am I doing? I’m here to promote an album and a tour.” Oh Justin! Thankfully Ellen’s people were prepared and revealed that the Purpose World Tour kicks off March 9, 2016, with tickets going on sale next week. More »
Billy Eichner just 100% stepped up his obstacle course game. On the latest episode of Billy on the Street, the very entertaining host makes comedian Amy Sedaris try her hand at the Shondaland obstacle course. As I’m sure you’ve guessed, it’s a course based on Shonda Rhimes, who is basically running ABC right now. First Amy has to burst through ABC’s glass ceiling then it’s all about climbing wig mountain, breaking codes and a slew of other hilarious things before finally making it to the waterslide powered by Kerry Washington‘s tears as Olivia Pope. Can we all go to Shondaland please?
Yay Krysten Ritter! After Don’t Trust The B In Apartment 23 kind of bombed (it was cancelled after two seasons) I was hoping she wouldn’t go away, because she’s an awesome actress and unique personality. Welp, Marvel has found her a home in the new Jessica Jones series on Netflix, where Ritter plays the former superhero turned private investigator who drinks like a fish and can kick serious ass. The first trailer is creepy as hell, but the latest one gives us even more Jessica (originated from Marvel’s Alias comic), who is short tempered, snarky and likes to wear leather jackets. As if that’s not enough to get you to want to watch, she gets into tons of fights (to save lives, of course) and gets to have sex with hottie Luke Cage (Mike Colter). Woohoo! Netflix is going to break on November 20th, that is for damn sure.
I think we’re all pretty stoked that American Horror Story was just renewed by FX for season 6, if only to see what the next grandiose theme will be. So far we had Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, and Hotel. I think most of us would still argue that Asylum was when the show hit its peak, but people are clearly still watching because it’s FX’s most popular show to date, with Hotel surpassing other seasons in performance. More »
So remember when Jennifer Lawrence said she pees in sinks and doesn’t wash her hands? The same MTV interview that she shoved eight marshmallows in her mouth in a Truth or Dare Game? Well, she just debunked a rumor like only Jennifer Lawrence can! On Monday night, the Hunger Games actress posted a video to her Facebook from her hotel bathroom in Paris, in an attempt to get people to stop asking if she really doesn’t wash her hands after going to the bathroom! More »
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Oh, I’m sorry, were you not planning on crying today? Because we’re about to change that. 32-year-old Star Wars fan Daniel Fleetwood passed away this week after a very rough battle with terminal cancer. As you’ll recall, Daniel was a life-long Star Wars fan who wasn’t sure he would be alive to see Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens in December. After writing about it on Facebook, getting a hashtag going on Twitter and getting support from Mark Hamill and John Boyega, Daniel did get to see a rough cut of the movie earlier this month. It was a pretty fantastic moment in the Star Wars community. More »
The first Finding Dory trailer is here! Just one day after the official poster for the film was released, Ellen DeGeneres shared an exclusive first look at the trailer. The film brings back the fan-favorite character from Finding Nemo, voiced by Ellen. We also will see the return of Marlin and Nemo! In the trailer, we see the very forgetful Dory having her first memory, which has something to do with her family. Obviously this means we need another deep sea adventure to find Dory’s family, and we couldn’t be more excited! Finding Dory premieres in theaters on June 17. Watch above — we promise it will make you feel an ocean’s worth of emotions!
And of course it made me cry. Because apparently all things Star Wars-related make me cry these days, and obviously the latest trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront is no exception. Titled, “Become More Powerful,” you can immediately see where they’re going with it as people start to disappear and their clothes fall to the floor. But really, if you didn’t know what this was a trailer for, it would be incredibly confusing. Although the Star Wars score should give you a clue. By the time Anna Kendrick comes in and delivers Obi-Wan Kenobi’s famous line, “If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine” while holding a knife, I am in. As for the game itself? Of course it looks amazing. This is a Battlefront game–all of them have been amazing. Star Wars: Battlefront will be available November 17, so you’ll be able to see for yourself if it’s really worth having Darth Vader strike you down for.