Here’s the official trailer for Amy. This Summer’s most moving documentary.
Setting trend reports on fire.
A cryptic call to a record store leads to the discovery of a handmade book featuring a screenplay of questionable authenticity.
John Hughes’s first draft of the screenplay for “The Breakfast Club” dated Sept. 21, 1983 was recently found in the suburban Chicago High School in which the movie was filmed. The iconic coming of age film—which was almost called “The Saturday Breakfast Club”—celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
Yesterday we checked out part of the stage that Dabs and Myla created for this year’s awards show. Reaching high into the sky at the Nokia Theater, you’ll be able to see the set in full on MTV this Sunday.
$3,371,378 and counting…
From Asif Kapadia, the director of Senna, comes the documentary film to see in the Summer of 2015.
After years of dormancy and speculation, The Broken Lizard crew has announced that they’ve secured distribution for Super Troopers 2… so that now all they need is the money to make it. With a base goal of $2 million, the comedians have turned to Indiegogo to crowd fund the cost of completion. Citing the fact that they’re just “normal guys who put their underwear on one foot at a time” Broken Lizard promises that the more money that’s raised, the crazier the film will be. With $32,000 raised in the first hour, Super Troopers 2 has the potential to be the BEST MOVIE EVER.
No Small Parts is actor Brandon Hardesty’s web-series paying tribute to some of the greatest character actors. The episode above features the perpetually creepy Vincent Schiavelli.