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YOGI BEAR Gets Even Worse

You know, I was willing to give this Yogi Bear movie the benefit of the doubt.

Sure, I’m the anger filled nerd ranting and raving about childhood being raped. Essentially proving the old adage about movie geeks on the internet being true.

But when Warner Bros releases a new poster like this, with that double entendre ridden of a tagline, YOU tell me I’m crazy.

Am I crazy? Am I really?


The Collected Works of LUCAS LEE!

I bet you thought that between the final volume of the comics and my review of the film, I was done talking about Scott Pilgrim.

You thought wrong.

And that’d be an appropriate transition, as today I have the pleasure of featuring a series of movie posters that you’d only see for seconds within Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

See, Ramona’s second evil-ex, Lucas Lee (Chris Evans) is an actor. And apparently, he’s wildly popular. With films such as You Just Don’t Exist, Let’s Hope There’s a Heaven and my personal favorite, Action Doctor, Lee has made himself a huge star in the world of Scott Pilgrim. And to commemorate his stunning acting resume, the art team behind Scott Pilgrim vs. the World really outdid themselves with each poster.

Chris Evans looks pitch perfect, and the posters are so well done that you’d think these movies were actually real.

Click through the gallery below for each poster, and get ready to head to chuckletown when it comes to the tag lines. EXCELLENT work.

Source: CHUD.

BETWEEN TWO FERNS Places Carell vs. Galifinakis

Sure, I’m obviously with CoCo, but my favorite talk show going is the always awkward Between Two Ferns, hosted by alt-comedy god Zack Galifinakis.

For this latest episode, he’s joined by his Dinner With Schmucks co-star Steve Carell, and apparently, Carell had watched prior episodes.

Click play to see the full vid. It gets ugly.


A movie I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about these past few months is Monsters, written and directed by Gareth Edwards.

Said to be a super realistic take on the giant monster genre, the comparisons to District 9 have been coming pretty steady, but there’s one major difference. Where District 9 was made for a “paltry” $8 Million, Monsters was made for $15,000!  I could afford that, if I were so crazy.

The official synopsis is as follows, and I’ve embeded a trailer (from IGN) below.

Six years ago previously, a NASA probe returning to earth with samples of an alien life form, crashed over Central America. Soon after, new life forms began to appear, and half of Mexico was quarantined as an INFECTED ZONE. Today, the American and Mexican military still struggle to contain “the creatures”… The story begins when a US journalist agrees to escort a shaken American tourist through the infected zone in Mexico to the safety of the US border.

What do you think, dear readers?

Extended MEGAMIND Trailer Continues To Impress!

Of the many CG animation studios this days, I’m decidedly within the Pixar camp.  That said, Dreamworks Animation has, on the rare occassion, produced a movie or two which I’ve actually enjoyed.

The latest to look like it may actually be good is this November’s Megamind. The tale of Will Ferrell as the titular supervillain, it turns the standard Superman mythos on it’s head, and as this trailer reveals, asks the question – what happens when the villain wins?

Normally, I’d be worried that they’re revealing so much footage so early, but aside from the rather terrible soundtrack choices, Megamind really is starting to look great. I love the idea of Ferrell, David Cross, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill playing off each other, and the Marlon Brando impression right at the end tells me that the creative team really “gets” what they’re doing.

So yes, Megamind, I think I will be seeing you.  I won’t be paying to see you in 3D, though.

Source: Bleeding Cool.