Your first look at one of Robin Williams’ final films, A Merry Friggin’ Christmas, is here.
The movie is about a cranky father, played by Williams, who is forced to take a road trip with his estranged son after the pair realized they left all of their Christmas gifts back home.
This isn’t the last time we’ll see Robin on the big screen – he also stars in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb and an animated flick called Absolutely Anything.
A Merry Friggin’ Christmas hits theaters November 7.
Speaking of new movies, Will Smith is headed back to the silver screen. Warner Brothers has finally released the first trailer for their latest film, Focus.
The movie, which was written and directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, stars Smith and actress Margot Robbie.
Focus hits theaters February 27. Check out the trailer above.
Big changes are coming to Saturday Night Live and not everyone is happy about it.
According to Confidential, female cast members are livid after learning that Cecily Strong, who was once one of two cast members delivering the Weekend Update, has been replaced by a man.
The New York Daily News reports that a source overheard Sasheer Zamata telling a friend that she and some of the other women on the cast were outraged that the show’s famed segment is now only men.
“She was saying that it’s bullshit that in 2014 there would be two males and no women in such a prominent position on the show,” the source said. “she said that there should be at least one man and one woman of, if anything, two women.”
“She was incredulous about it,” the source added. “It’s obviously something that she feels very passionately about. She said they think it’s unfair.”
Read more about the shakeups on SNL here.
Chelsea Handler and her raw, unfiltered comedy has officially made it’s Netflix debut and the Internet as we know it will never be the same.
The former late night TV show host’s latest comedy special, Uganda Be Kidding Me, debuted on the streaming giant’s site today and we’ve got your first look.
Check out the clip above.
If you see one movie this weekend, make sure it’s Dracula Untold.
The film, which stars Luke Evans and Sarah Gordon, tells the tale of Vlad The Impaler. At a young age Vlad was sent to serve in the sultan’s army. He became a fearsome warrior, but decided to leave that life behind and return to his home in Transylvania. There he became a peaceful ruler – at least, until the new Sultan returns and requests a thousand boys, including Vlad’s son, to serve as warriors.
While the film features bats and bloodsucking, it’s far from your average vampire movie. Dracula Untold is full of action, drama and, of course, plenty of suspense.
Don’t believe us? Check out the featurette above.