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I just saw this earlier today, and thought I’d share it with our lovely BananaScoop audience. This is a trailer for a movie titled ‘Movie 43’, featuring an awesome lineup of people. While I have reservations about movies that remind me too much of the ‘movie’ series, such as Date Movie, Scary Movie, etc., I just couldn’t help but giggle at some of the brash and somewhat offensive humor they used in the trailer alone. I may not go out to watch this movie when it finally releases, but I think I’ll definitely be keeping tabs on it in the mean time, especially after seeing Gerard Butler transformed into leprechaun.

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This leaked a while back, which looks like to have all the stars of Superbad sitting a table what the industry calls a ‘table read’.  The star moment is the awkward sex scene between Michael Cera and Martha MacIsaac as they rehearse their forced sex scene.  Enjoy!

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Charming/adorable, they’re all pretty much the same word and they sum up the outlook of every character on this list.  By using the word ‘infectiously charming’ I mean that they’re actions/philosophy in life can only bring smiles on our faces, regardless of how naive or misguided they may be.  On this list, you’ll find 5 characters who represent the pinnacle of adorableness.

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Last week, I expressed my excitement to having Charlie Day host SNL.  While it wasn’t absolutely as atrocious as Anna Faris’s work, [Danny DeVito’s cameo was especially delicious] it wasn’t exactly what I hoped for.  He was simply another cut and paste host that had no real memorable sketches [except maybe the Seinfeld one, that one was pleasantly surprising].  So here I am promoting this week’s host Emma Stone.  When I saw her last year, she didn’t particularly wow me by any means, but maybe she can rally.  She’s an extremely talented actress who has no qualms about taking a few jabs herself.  My ultimate dream is that Jim Carrey cameos [and in the future hosts, his show was fairly decent] to talk about the whole, ‘I love Emma Stone’ deal.  Below is Jim Carrey’s creepy message and a link Stone’s promos.

http://www.hulu.com/watch/298251/saturday-night-live-emma-stone

Jim’s Message

Jason Segal hosts November 19, another reason to get excited.

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As most of you know, Anna Faris’s last hosting gig at SNL was a complete blunder.  It was ill-prepared, poorly written, and extremely unfunny.  However, NBC has released it’s line up of the next few guests: Charlie Day, Emma Stone, and Jason Segal.  This is an impressive and talented line up and I’m very excited about what they bring come Saturday Night.  Day and Segal are first timers and this will be Stone’s second time.

So this weekend has Horrible Bosses and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia star Charlie Day as host, and I have high expectations.  More than often Day has had to carry It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia on some of its flatter episodes, and he certainly held his own against A-listers like Jason Bateman and Kevin Spacey on Horrible Bosses.  In both of those, he clearly channels Charlie Kelly in repeated yelling, general stupidity, and absurd ideologies.  Hopefully the writers will take advantage of that and write some funny skits that make use of his talents.  So I’m hoping that come Saturday Night, he reaches the bar that Melissa McCarthy set.  A link to his promos below.

http://www.hulu.com/watch/295818/saturday-night-live-snl-promo-charlie-day#s-p1-sr-i1

As seen by the promo, Charlie seen hyperventilating is always good stuff.

Emma Stone hosts November 12 and Jason Segal hosts November 19

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Oh the romantic comedy.  Cliched, formulaic, and sappy.  It’s a staple of film to please the needs of the susceptible hearts and provides a means to fill our heads with ideas of true love and happiness.  So how is Crazy, Stupid, Love any different?  Simple answer: it isn’t.  It runs through the cliche moments, ends up exactly how I pictured it from the beginning and it’s as sappy as a maple wood tree.  But there lies the best aspects of this film.  While the film fires on all these seemingly tired cylinders, it’s charming and likable leads, a well written script, and plenty of heart transcends this the normal ‘Rom-Com’ that not only has me huddled in my sheets and pillows, but has enough twists to keep me interested as more than the traditional romantic comedy.

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