Anchorman: The Legend Continues: The crew from the 70′s is back and working at a 24 hour news station in the 80′s If you liked the first film you know what your getting into with this sequel. Now which one of you convicts with the longest record wants to pass me the mashed potatoes? Just in time for Christmas Anchorman: The Legend Continues arrives at a theater near you on December 20th.
Drinking Buddies: Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick, Jake Johnson and Ron Livingston star in the summer romantic comedy. Two good friends who work at a craft brewery have feelings for each other but are already in relationships with other people. Since this stars Olivia Wilde and Anna Kendrick and is set at a brewery I am instantly intrigued despite the fact that this is a rom com. Pounding some brews at a theater near you on July 25th.
Jobs: Ashton Kutcher, Josh Gad and J.K. Simmons star in this biopic about the life of Apple Computer founder Steve Jobs. The film follows Jobs as a barefoot drug taking college dropout through the start of Apple and the ups and downs the company. Sadly we all know how this film is going to end but I am unsure from the trailer if they follow his life story to the end. Two things I must admit, First I am typing this on a Mac Mini, I use both my iPhone and iPad on a daily basis , secondly, I hope we get to see Kutcher run in this film and wave his T-Rex arms like in The Butterfly Effect. Will this films release coincide with the release of some new Apple products on August 16th?
Lego Movie: A normal lego minifigure is mistaken for a master builder and has to save the Lego Universe from some evil corporate type that wants to glue all the Lego together. Pretty sure that any Lego obsessed children or adults for that matter are not very concerned about the plot of this film. Look for lots of Lego blocks in this film when it opens on February 2014.
So those are your trailers for this week. Out of the four trailers are am most interested in checking out Anchorman: The Legend Continues. However, that Jobs trailer actually looks better than I anticipated. Which of these trailers, if any, have you interested in checking out the film?
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