Friday, February 5, 2010

Video Dump!!!

Somebody just gave away the secret of how television news works! It'll blow your mind!

And here we've got the next awesome comic book made into what looks like an awesome movie: The Losers. Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, Idris Elba and Zoe Saldana and based on an excellent covert miliatry-esque comic book, you're looking at something...wait for it...awesome. Plus, I think this trailer is using an Eagles of Death Metal song, so, y'know, bonus.

<a href="" target="_new" title="'The Losers' Exclusive Look">Video: 'The Losers' Exclusive Look</a>

This movie, Takers, does not look that good at all. But I am digging on some Idris Elba lately (you may remember him from a brief stint on the Office or co-starring with Ali Larter and Beyonce in Obsessed), and he's not hiding his Britishness in this movie. Do I watch a crappy movie for a good actor? Mostly likely no.

New Kick-Ass trailer!! Not quite as good as the previous ones, but it's also mostly clips we've seen before.

<a href="" target="_new" title="Kick-Ass - Trailer">Video: Kick-Ass - Trailer</a>

Here's the trailer for Cemetary Drive, a new movie by the creators of The Office and Extras. I love everything Ricky Gervais does, but this looks too much like a feel-good movie and less like an awesome comedy.

This is kind of neat for anyone who's been watching Lost since the beginning...and who also has already seen this season's premiere. I wouldn't watch it yet if you haven't seen this past week's episode. Minor spoiler.

Louis C.K. is one of the stand up comedians I'm currently enjoying the most. While different from other current faves (Demetri Martin, Daniel Tosh and Patton Oswalt), he's still awesome. If you don't know who he is, you might remember him as Ricky Gervais' drunk/best? friend in The Invention of Lying. He's got a new show on FX starting in April, and I'm expecting good things. FX usually always delivers top quality original programming (The Shield, Sons of Anarchy, Nip/Tuck, Dirt, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League, Archer), so why not give it a try?

And here's a bit of stand-up, too. There's some foul language, so be warned.

Here's a banned Superbowl ad. It's awesome and full of nudity.

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