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Alan Tudyk stars as late baseball manager Ben Chapman in the new Jackie Robinson biopic 42, which took the top spot at the box office over the weekend. The actor is best known for his comedic work, so when he stopped by our LA studios recently, he told us portraying the well-documented racist was outside his comfort zone in more ways than one. He also spoke to us about his role on Suburgatory and hinted that his character, Noah, will have a chance to get revenge on the man who stole his girlfriend in an upcoming episode. Watch our interview to see what else Alan had to say about working alongside Harrison Ford and why Jackie's story should make Americans proud.
Ryan Reynolds sure looks great for a dead guy in the trailer for R.I.P.D., where he plays Nick Walker, a Boston cop who gets killed in the line of duty but is soon called in to another job. Nick is recruited to the R.I.P.D., a supernatural force that hunts down "deados" (you know, dead bad guys). Helping him navigate the new job is his partner, fellow deceased officer Roy Pulsipher (Jeff Bridges), a cowboy who's got some Colonel Sanders facial hair, mean-looking six-shooters, and a gruff attitude.
I did chuckle a little bit at some points during the trailer but in general, this movie looks pretty dumb. It doesn't help that it seems exactly like Men in Black, only with dead people instead of aliens. At least it has the benefit of easy-on-the-eyes Reynolds and his potentially good chemistry with Bridges. R.I.P.D. comes out this Summer on July 19, and you can check out the trailer after the jump.
We're inching steadily closer to the May 13 release date of Star Trek Into Darkness, and we keep getting more excited about the action-packed sequel. The latest source of fun is these cool new posters that highlight the individual characters. Click through to see cast members Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Zoe Saldana, along with the brand-new villain played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
If you've been anxiously awaiting the final season of Breaking Bad, then I've got some good news and some bad news. The good news is that it finally has a confirmed return date! The bad news is that the show's final eight episodes won't start airing until Aug. 11. But wait — there's more good news! AMC has picked up a new series called Talking Bad that will serve as a postgame show of sorts after each episode (if you've seen Talking Dead, then you know what to expect). I'm excited for any extra bit of Breaking Bad fanaticism as we get ready to say goodbye to Walt and Jesse, even if we do have to wait a few more months to get it.
Some of our favorite movie weddings are the ones that are so rudely interrupted by other people. Whether it be a jilted ex, a jealous best friend, or a couple of complete strangers, we love a good wedding crasher. Given that Spring is in the air and wedding season has officially begun, we thought we'd share with you some of our most beloved wedding crasher moments in cinema. Enjoy, and let us know if we left out any of your favorite scenes!