Here’s the trailer for what looks like a hilarious prospect. This Is The End is, (in case you haven’t already guessed), an end-of-the-world film with a slight difference as it stars James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Jason Segel, Michael Cera and Jay Burachel as themselves. Struggling to survive through the apocalyptic end which seems to involve aliens.
Ahem! We think you’ll find that it’s actually spelt ‘neighbourhood‘, with an added ‘u‘. It’s OK America, we forgive you.
The teaser trailer above is for a new comedy starring Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, Ben Stiller and the amazing Richard Ayoade, or as most people know him in the UK; Moss from The IT Crowd. Directed by Akiva Schaffer, a Saturday Night Live writer responsible for this and this, NeighboUrhood Watch rattles along like so:
A group of four friends form a neighbourhood watch group for their suburb to allow them time to bond and escape from their families. However, when the group discovers a plot that threatens the entire world, they are forced to confront it head on.
Apparently that threat involves some kind of alien invasion, although that aspect of the plot is avoided entirely in the teaser trailer and Doug Jones, who has played all kinds of non-human roles, (Hellboy, Pans Labyrinth), will once more slip into costume and heavy make up to play the alien threat.
*This video contains some of those bad words your mother warned you about!*
This looks like a very entertaining and potty mouthed re-make of the 80s cult classic Adventures In Babysitting, (see video below).
Starring a pre-weight loss Jonah Hill The Sitter is directed by David Gordon Green, (The Pineapple Express, All The Real Girls, Your Highness), and tells the story of a college student who finds himself suspended and roped into babysitting his next door neighbour’s kids on a night that turns his world upside down. As you can see from the trailer above it has a definite 80s ‘one crazy night‘ theme which we sorely miss.
The Sitter is due for general release in December.
*coughs into monogrammed hankie, takes another drink of Remy Martin Louis XIII Black Pearl Limited Edition cognac*
With memories of the weekend fading faster than Cheryl Cole’s hopes of breaking into America, let us offer up this trailer for the movie Moneyball.
Based on the 2003 best-selling book of the same name it stars Brad Pitt, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jonah Hill and Robin Wright, and tells the true story of Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane and his struggle to field the first ever baseball team compiled solely by computer generated analysis, mainly because he had very little money to do anything else. Yes, it’s safe to say the struggle and the heartache paid off, as you can see for yourself in the trailer, but it’s the journey which counts…isn’t that right kids?