• The first trailer for the first Steve Jobs biopic is here (Video)

    You likely already know about Funny or Die’s foray into feature-length films. They’re making history with the first ever Steve Jobs biopic. It’s called iSteve and it stars Justin Long. And now it has an intense trailer to tease its April 15 release. How intense is it? So intense you’ll shit your pants. Probably. Be sure to subscribe to the weekly Laughspin Podcast on iTunes or on SoundCloud for all

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    The first trailer for Marc Maron’s show ‘Maron’ is here, plus thoughts on the first three episodes (Video)

    As you undoubtedly know, Marc Maron’s series on IFC is set to debut on May 3 at 10 pm ET. Because I’m super important I’ve been able to watch the first three episodes already. And I’m here to tell you that you won’t be disappointed, unless you hate Maron– in which case you still won’t be disappointed. You’ll just continue to dislike him. Anyway, to further tease you, here’s the

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    MTV will launch new comedy series Girl Code on April 23 (Video)

    On April 23 at 10:30 pm ET, MTV will launch its newest comedy-centric series, Girl Code, a spinoff of the already-popular Guy Code. Here’s how the network explains the series: Being a woman is no easy feat. From the constant pressure to meet impossibly narrow standards of beauty, to fears about biting it in fancy footwear, our very existence is a full-time job. So who’ll be there to guide us

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    The first official Hangover Part III trailer is here (Video)

    You’ll have to wait until May 24 to peep The Hangover Part III in theaters, but you can finally get a taste today, as the first official trailer is here! As you likely know, the Wolfpack – Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis – return to where it all started: Las Vegas. Like any good trailer does, this one leaves us with many questions—questions about giraffes, funerals and why,

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    Stacey Dash moves from Clueless and Mitt Romney to her own R-rated comedy series (Video)

    For most consumers of film and television, Stacey Dash will forever be remembered as Dionne from Amy Heckerling’s 1995 comedy flick Clueless. To me, she’s forever endeared due to her portrayal of the angry-but-super-hot Casey, Richard Pryor’s daughter in 1988’s Moving. Most recently, she’s been seen on the VH1 show Single Ladies and caused a ruckus before the presidential election when she supported Mitt Romney. But now, she’s striking out

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    Documentary tells the story of cancer stricken comedian’s dream to perform on Letterman (Video)

    We’ve been following Steve Mazan’s story since 2009, when he finally made his dream to perform on Late Show with David Letterman a reality. The 13-year comedian was diagnosed with cancer in 2005, and so he made this dream his number one priority in life. “The doctors told us [Mazan and his wife, Denise], ‘Look, the tumors are slow-growing.’ Mazan told us three years ago. ‘If everything goes OK, you

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    Bob’s Burgers premiere will feature Sarah Silverman, Kyle Kinane and tons more (Video)

    We’re sure you’re highly anticipating the season premiere of Bob’s Burgers, which goes down this Sunday at 8:30 pm ET on Fox. And after you peep this just-released trailer for the episode, your anticipation will likely reach a level so high that you’ll lack the ability to describe it. As BuzzFeed points out, episode one will feature drop-ins from Sarah and Laura Silverman (who have both been on five episodes

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    Aubrey Plaza attempts many sex acts in red band trailer for ‘The To Do List’ (Video)

    Though the movie won’t hit theaters until February of next year, the red band trailer for Aubrey Plaza’s new movie The To Do List is here for your greedy little eyes. In the video, Plaza offers commentary about the movie, which she promises is not your typical all-star, ensemble cast Valentine’s Day movie. I’m looking at you, Garry Marshall’s 2010 flick Valentine’s Day*. Plaza’s movie centers around her character (Brandy)

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    The new trailer for Judd Apatow’s flick ‘This Is 40’ is super and you should watch it (Video)

    It’s been nearly four months since we saw the first trailer for Judd Apatow’s upcoming flick This Is 40, starring Paul Rudd, Leslie. A sort-of sequel to Apatow’s now-classic 2007 flick Knocked Up, we find Rudd and Mann facing middle age and trying to improve upon their lives in a big way. In theaters Dec. 21, the flick also stars Jason Segel, Megan Fox, Chris O’Dowd, Melissa McCarthy, Robert Smigel

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    Watch Chris Rock and Julie Delpy in the trailer for ‘2 Days in New York’

    Sure, he was one of the stars of obvious box office smash Madagascar 3 and was part of the ensemble cast of the big budget What to Expect When You’re Expecting earlier this year, but we all know Chris Rock also excels at nuanced, and more subtle fare; he’s proven himself a Broadway star, after all. And those acting chops are why we’re looking forward to the Aug. 10 release

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    Watch the red band trailer for phone sex flick ‘For a Good Time Call…’

    This summer, Sundance offers us a dose of sex jokes to make us giggle and blush via For a Good Time, Call…. Co-writer Lauren Anne Miller stars alongside Ari Graynor (above) in this fun and sexy comedy about phone sex and unexpected friendship. The straight-laced, reserved Lauren (Miller) moves into an incredible but hardly-affordable New York City apartment with the free-spirited Katie (Graynor) — offering a classic Odd Couple comedy

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    Adam McKay may remake Bill Cosby and Sidney Poitier’s 1974 comedy ‘Uptown Saturday Night’

    It looks like Adam McKay will be even busier in the coming year. After announcing that Anchorman 2 is a go — set for a 2014 release — The Other Guys director will possibly direct a remake to the 1974 comedy, Uptown Saturday Night. The original starred Bill Cosby and Sidney Poitier as a couple friends who visit a nightclub that gets robbed. It turns out that one of their

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    Watch Elijah Wood get schooled by a guy in a dog costume in new ‘Wilfred’ promos

    It’s been nearly a year since the premiere of the Australian-based adaptation of Wilfred on FX and your dog still hasn’t said anything snarky or even revealed his human form to you. What gives?! If there’s been any shortage of inside jokes with your pet, FX can remedy that. Wilfred follows the friendship between Ryan (Elijah Wood), a troubled young man and Wilfred, (Jason Gann, writer of the original series)

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