Movie news for The Hangover, Evil Dead, Chronicle & More!


New posters for What to Expect When You’re Expecting, casting news for Evil Dead, trailers for Chronicle and Seeking Justice, and budget news for The Hangover 3.

What to Expect When You’re Expecting

What to Expect When You’re Expecting has a bunch of character posters for the various pregnant chicks. Here’s a way to ruin a really hot looking woman like Brooklyn Decker or Anna Kendrick: MAKE HER PREGNANT.

I might as well cut off my weiner.

Evil Dead

You know how I said that Lily Collins would be in the Evil Dead remake? Well, it turns out I was wrong. Actually, that’s not correct. I’m never actually wrong. She was attached to the film. But now she can’t make the film because of scheduling conflicts. Lucky for her. Diablo Cody rewrote the script. Turdsville.


Chronicle has a new TV spot, and it actually shows more of the special effects of the film. It looks more ambitious than I originally thought. They fly around and throw buses n’ stuff. That’s what I’d do.

Seeking Justice

Seeking Justice has a new poster and trailer, and it sorta looks okay (the parts with Guy Pearce) and sorta looks stupid (the Nic Cage parts) and sorta looks like a massive bitch (the January Jones parts). Let’s be honest though. Cage made his decision. He has to pay what he owes.

But am I talking about the movie, or his taxes? BOOYAH!

The Hangover 3

The studio really wants to get The Hangover 3 made, and since they underpaid stars Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Bradley Cooper for The Hangover (otherwise known as Dude Where’s My Car) (under $1 million each) and paid them only pretty well for The Hangover 2 (about $5 million each), it seems like all three guys are going to get $15 million for the third film. As the first and second films each made around $500 million, The Hangover 3 will probably make a similar amount. Meaning mucho dollars.

That’s lots of money. Don’t worry. I’ll handle the Spanish; you just keep looking good.

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