Movie news for That’s My Boy, Ice Age, Dark Shadows & More!


A poster for That’s My Boy, trailers for Snow White, Ice Age: Continental Drift, 21 Jump Street and Cabin in the Woods, and a pic from Dark Shadows.

That’s My Boy

That’s My Boy has a new poster and… dear God. I think the point of the film is that Billy Madison got older, but lost all his money, didn’t actually become an adult, and is… AWESOME.

Just kidding. The point is really to show who the fucking morons are. (you, if you see it)

Snow White and the Huntsman

Snow White and the Huntsman has a Japanese trailer, and I just realized that the Twilight movies are just Snow White. The vampire and wolf are fighting over who gets to eat her heart right?

Win it? Oh.

Ice Age: Continental Drift

Ice Age: Continental Drift‘s new trailer is so cool. It’s got nuts, the squirrel thing causing the world to fall apart in his quest for more nuts, and… well, nuts. I like the ‘holy crab’ line. Funny.

21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street has a new, and LONG, red band trailer. Prepare for all the funny moments in the film. What’s that? You didn’t laugh once. There you go.

Cabin in the Woods

Cabin in the Woods has a new TV Spot, and it’s pretty cool, though I think the film would be so much better if they didn’t spoil the twist. I know the studio thinks they need to reel us in with the twist right up front, but I think a bit of solid word of mouth would’ve done the trick. YOU JERKS.

Dark Shadows

I’d almost forgotten that Helena Bonham Carter is in Dark Shadows, but then I always have to remember that Tim Burton is directing this sucker. And so here she is, looking weird.

On a side note, I once saw her on Craig Ferguson (his show, not actually him) and she really was weird. True story. It’s a funny world.

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