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First Trailer for Netflix's OTHER Summer Teen Sex Movie Filled with Sketch Comedy Ringers

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Doomed to be buried in the wet, hot beaches of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, Staten Island Summer is Netflix's OTHER summer teen sex comedy filled with sketch comedy ringers. It too hits the streaming service on July 31, and it also really seems like its bearded, do-ragged, veteran character is probably the best part. But this one is produced by Lorne Michaels, written by SNL head writer Colin Jost, and, logically, has a bunch of Saturday Night Live players involved--Will Forte, Fred Armisen, Kate McKinnon, and Bobby Moynihan among them. Also, Jim Gaffigan and Method Man are there, hopefully kicking off what will be a long, Wilder-Pryor-esque relationship. Here's the trailer:

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'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' Photos Reveal New Intense Looks

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Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, here are new photos of some of the many intense glares from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Have a look at them below, but be strong, because one photo sees Ben Affleck lecherously gazing at another woman. #toosoon

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Full 'Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp' Trailer and Poster

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Hey, it's a new trailer for the Netflix prequel series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp! Featuring:

- H. Jon Benjamin in human form, before his soul was transferred into a can of vegetables.
- A hand-to-hand fight between veterans Christopher Meloni and Jon Hamm.
- Paul Rudd and his long, greasy dick cruising in on a motorcycle.
- Michael Showalter as Ronald Reagan for some reason.
- Much more!

In short, this is definitely the best first day of camp. I don't care how many lifetime friends you quickly made at your camp. This is better.

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First Teaser for 'Olympus Has Fallen' Sequel 'London Has Fallen' Seems About Right

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CGI shots of notable London buildings exploding. People in a situation room looking concerned about all that. A slow, sparse, dirge-like piano version of "London Bridge Is Falling Down." Yup, it's all there. This is clearly not Gerard Butler's first joylessly overblown, mock-Die Hard rodeo.

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First Look at Bruce Campbell Back in His Chainsaw Hand for 'Ash vs Evil Dead'

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Remember how Bruce Campbell is returning to his most famous chainsaw-handed role for Sam Raimi's Starz series Ash vs Evil Dead? Well, here's a reminder thanks to EW's first look at Campbell back in-costume. We can only hope the stop-motion skeletons still look so good.

Paul Thomas Anderson Making 'Pinocchio' with Robert Downey Jr.

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Back in 2009, Paul Thomas Anderson missed the boat as peers like Wes Anderson and Spike Jonze took uncharacteristic turns doing elevated children's films with Fantastic Mr. Fox and Where the Wild Things Are. But just as Sofia Coppola belatedly hopped on (and fell off) the bandwagon with a Little Mermaid adaptation, it seems Anderson is now finally ready to give kids their first auteur voice with his own Disney-cartoon-turned-live-action-feature.

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God To Remain Living for 'God's Not Dead' Sequel

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According to Variety, The Golbergs star Hayley Orrantia has been Chosen to star in God's Not Dead 2, the franchise resurrection long foretold on Glenn Beck's The Blaze blog.

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Another Holiday To Be Tainted by Light-Hearted Ensemble Film

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Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, and Kate Hudson will reportedly star in Mother's Day, Garry Marshall's latest way to muck up a holiday with a mawkish ensemble comedy. Marshall, of course, previously directed the romantic comedies New Year's Eve and Valentine's Day. He makes the cinematic equivalent of drug store teddy bears--cheap, barely thought-out holiday sentiment that will nonetheless probably make Mom cry. And this time, she'll cry far more knowingly, as Mother's Day will focus on the loosely intertwining stories of mothers. Héctor Elizondo will presumably also show up at some point, as he is the living card Garry Marshall attaches to each of these cloying gifts.