Two of the stars of animated buddy tale 'Ron's Gone Wrong' discuss whether kids and parents are a little too glued to their phones.
'Ron's Gone Wrong' is the tale of a middle school kid and his unlikely friendship with a malfunctioning robot.
Phillips has said that he quit making comedies because 'woke culture' has spoiled everything.
Zach Galifianakis felt compelled to call Bradley Cooper and apologise for calling him 'a hot idiot' in the trailer for the Between Two Ferns movie.
Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett and 'The Lego Movie' cast have created a hilarious safety video for Turkish Airlines.
<p>Do you know every actor who has played The Joker?</p><p>He’s Batman’s most iconic villain and a staple of the DC comic books. But while The Joker has made several memorable screen appearances thanks to Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson, they’re not the only ones to bring the Clown Prince of Crime to our screens.</p><p>But do you know who else has put on the clown makeup?</p><p>Sure, there are plenty of big names, such as Cesar Romero – the classic ‘60s TV Joker. But there are quite a few you might not expect. Brent Spiner? Michael Emerson? Yep, they’ve both leant their voices to animated versions of The Joker.</p><p>And you won’t believe who else is on this list…</p>
The team behind the ‘Lego Batman Movie’ have rather big ambitions for their film. You can get your first proper look at ‘Lego Batman Movie’s’ version of the super-villain above, as well as a glimpse of Cera’s Robin below, too. Meanwhile a shot of Robin in the Batmobile with Batman (Will Arnett) has also been released, which does a pretty good job of summing up what their relationship is going to be like in the film as Robin’s cape keeps blocking his comrade’s vision behind the wheel.
The first trailer for ‘Keeping Up With The Joneses’ has arrived and although it boasts a ton of hilarious gags, and Gal Gadot in her skimpies, the one thing that really caught our attention was Zach Galifianakis’ trim new physique.
In remarks that echo the views of movie lovers everywhere, Zach Galifianakis has said that perhaps they went a bit overboard on the ‘Hangover’ movies. The star, who played the maladjusted Alan Garner in the original movie in 2009, and then its consequent sequels in 2011 and 2013, made the comments while appearing on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast. Indeed, the 'Hangover’ movies, in which he starred alongside Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Ken Jeong and Justin Bartha, upheld the law of diminishing returns in terms of entertainment, though – and this is perhaps key – not necessarily economically.