Channing Tatum Writes Emails Exactly Like You Think He Writes Emails

Between all the backbiting, panicking, ass-kissing, gossiping, and ass-covering found in the vast trove of Sony leaks, a lone gem of positivity stands out: A celebratory email from Channing Tatum to his 22 Jump Street team. He writes email like a dog with a stick wags its tail. » 12/14/14 12:37pm 12/14/14 12:37pm

Mo' Meta Blues: 22 Jump Street, Reviewed

1. How much credit are we supposed to give a movie for being self-aware? 22 Jump Street is so self-conscious and nervy about its status as an unnecessary cash-grab sequel that it never stops bringing it up. There are multiple inside-baseball asides about how much more expensive missions are the second time around, and… » 6/13/14 1:50pm 6/13/14 1:50pm

Rogen's Heroes: This Is the End, Reviewed.

When they're not performing, actors are basically worthless human beings. Or so goes the central joke in This Is the End, and it turns out that you can make a really funny movie based almost entirely on that joke. Written and directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and based on their short Jay and Seth Versus the… » 6/11/13 5:27pm 6/11/13 5:27pm

Famous People Trying To Be Funny. The Watch, Reviewed.

The Watch is The Avengers of comic superstar movies, if the Avengers decided they didn't really want to work together and looked sorta annoyed occupying the same story. The movie stars Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, and Jonah Hill, and it's rare to see a film in which so many big names seem to be operating in their own… » 7/26/12 5:40pm 7/26/12 5:40pm

Channing Tatum Is Funny. Really. 21 Jump Street, Reviewed.

1. It's surprising that it took this long for someone to mix the peanut butter of Apatowian bromance comedies with the chocolate of the buddy cop film. They're natural allies, with their undercurrents of false machismo, crippling fear of women and unmistakable male panic. It's tough not to lament the buddy cop… » 3/13/12 4:20pm 3/13/12 4:20pm

Here's A Picture Of Jonah Hill As Paul De Podesta On The Set Of …

The Michael-Lewis-book-turned-definition-of-production-problems finally started shooting. See for yourself how the baffling casting choice will look on the silver screen. It's really a shame Sam Kinison wasn't available to play the ghost of Connie Mack. [The appropriately named Accidental Sexiness, via The Playlist] » 7/22/10 5:40pm 7/22/10 5:40pm