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Is A ‘Friends’ Movie Happening? See The Trailer That Has Everyone Freaking

Could it be?! A new trailer has been circulating that has ‘Friends’ fans going absolutely nuts!

Pretty much ever since Friends went on the air in 2004, fans around the world have been waiting with bated breath to see the beloved sitcom return in one way or another. And count us among those reunion-hungry masses! Who wouldn’t want to see where Joey (Matt LeBlanc, 50), Rachel (Jennifer Aniston, 48), Ross (David Schwimmer, 51) and the rest of the gang end up! And now a movie trailer has surfaced that appears to be teasing an upcoming movie! Head here for take a look back at the lovable Friends cast!

The new trailer thrums with hopefully music as all your favorite characters seems to reconnect. Chandler (Matthew Perry, 48) angrily runs up to Monica (Courteney Cox, 53) after getting in a fender bender together. After realizing, she’s, well, beautiful he attempts to walk back a hilarious insult in the cutest way possible! In another scene, Joey reconnects with Ross at a colorful party. Later, Monica and Rachel bond over an injustice on a front stoop. Could a Friends movie really be on the way!?

Sadly no. If you’ve followed any of these actors’ careers since the hit show ended, then you probably recognize these moments from episodes of Joey and Cougar Town. And most of the Friends cast has been pretty clear about their disinterest in tackling those characters ever again; although some admit they do watch re-runs. But, this trailer by Smasher is so beautifully edited and so tonally perfect, if a Friends movie were to ever come about (however unlikely), this is a pretty solid bet for what fans can expect to see.

Mwbuzzers, what do you think? Are you loving this fake trailer as much as us?! Dying for a Friends movie? Let us know in the comments section below!

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'Super Troopers 2' trailer sends Vermont’s favorite state troopers to Canada



Seventeen years ago, the original Super Troopers saw a gang of goofy Vermont state troopers (played by the Broken Lizard comedy team of Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, and Erik Stolhanske) successfully foil a drug-smuggling ring while constantly pranking each other and the people they pulled over. All these years later, the troopers are still at it, as seen in the new trailer for Super Troopers 2.

Now, the boys have a new problem. As explained by Lynda Carter (once more playing the governor of Vermont), it was recently realized that the French-Canadian town St. Georges du Laurent is actually on American soil, so it’s up to the boys to go up there and help these Canadians adjust to being American citizens. This means working with Rob Lowe (playing the town’s Canadian mayor), but even more importantly, it lets them dress up as Mounties and prank civilian drivers by saying every French word they know in a stream of nonsense babble.

Watch the trailer above. Super Troopers 2 hits theaters on April 20.

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‘Siren’ Drops New Trailer: What Is This Mysterious New Freeform Show About?

Curious about ‘Siren’ on Freeform? Don’t be, HollywoodLife has you covered! Here’s everything you need to know AND the show’s hot new trailer.


1.) Yes, ‘Siren’ is about mermaids. Does this mean they are the next big supernatural genre we become obsessed with? Um, yeah, duh. Siren takes place in the “mermaid-obsessed” sea town of Bristol Cove, and of course things get a little wild when the mermaids start coming out of the ocean and into their small town. This begs the question: are mermaids friend or foe? Hmm!

2.) ‘Siren’ has an incredible cast. In typical Freeform fashion, the cast of their latest show, Siren, is chock full of seriously good looking actors. From the mermaid herself, Eline Powell, 28, to the rugged marine biologist played by Alex Roe, 27, the eye candy is endless. Add in the rest of the cast, including Sibongile Mlambo, Ian Verdun, and Hannah Levien and we have ourselves a party!

3.) The mermaids are hard to handle for the characters on the show, too. In an interview, FolaEvans-Akingbola reveals her character, Maddie, has a very difficult time coming to terms with the mermaids being real. “She has to adapt to the fact that of what’s in front of her. It takes a bit of convincing, but she’s kind of wrapping her head around it as she goes,” Fola told WithAnAccent.com.

4.) Eline Powell’s character is a mermaid on a mission. When the series begins we learn that Eline’s Po, an extremely anxious young girl experiencing life on land for the very first time, is harboring a few big secrets. One of them happens to be that she’s come on land to find her sister who was taken from the ocean. And so the mystery begins!

5.) Expect there to be a LOT of underwater scenes. The show filmed in Canada and required some of the cast to become certified scuba divers because, as we all know, mermaids live under water! While some of the scenes were really, truly filmed in the ocean, a lot of the underwater scenes were filmed on a set in a large pool. Sounds cold!

Tell us, Mwbuzzers — Are YOU excited to watch Siren when it premieres on March 29 on Freeform? Comment below, let us know!

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Alicia Vikander Holds on For Dear Life in the New Tomb Raider Trailer

If you were worried about Alicia Vikander being able to fill Angelina Jolie‘s cargo pants in the Tomb Raider reboot, worry no more. In the new look at the 28-year-old Oscar winner as the titular raider of tombs, Lara Croft, Vikander seems to be holding her own as she dives off cliffs, dramatically slides under razor-sharp booby traps, and effortlessly completes other death-defying acts. While that might be the same song and dance we got with Jolie in the first two films, Lara’s backstory is getting an update.

The action film, which isn’t due out until March 16, sees Lara as a 21-year-old, fiercely independent bike courier living in London on her own seven years after the disappearance of her eccentric adventurer father (Dominic West). She sets out to solve the mystery of his death, which involves a dangerous journey to a mythical tomb somewhere off the coast of Japan. Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, and Kristin Scott Thomas costar, while The Wave‘s Roar Uthaug is set to direct.

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'Tomb Raider' trailer: Alicia Vikander chases secrets from her past

A new Tomb Raider trailer paints Alicia Vikander as a movie heroine for the year 2018. What is old is new again: Angelina Jolie portrayed Lara Croft in the first two live-action Tomb Raider movies, but now the Danish Girl Oscar-winner plays a younger version of the classic video game character.

With a cover of Destiny’s Child “Survivor,” the Tomb Raider trailer also joins the elite club of movie trailers with slowed-down cover songs. That already includes The Girl on the Train with “Heartless,” Pride and Prejudice and Zombies with “Born to Be Wild,” and Fifty Shades of Grey with “Crazy In Love.”

Partially inspired by the most recent series of Tomb Raider games, the film sees Lara desperately searching for answers to her father’s mysterious death. At 21, she refuses to take the helm of her family’s global empire, choosing instead to make a living as a bike courier. But when she learns her dad’s last-known location before death was a mystical tomb on a mysterious island somewhere off the coast of Japan, she goes on a mission that will lead her on a path to becoming the woman known as Tomb Raider.

Walton Goggins plays the mysterious enemy, a man on the island who seems to know all about Lara’s father. “Seven years I’ve been on this island,” he says. “Your father, he put me here.” She also learns of a shadowy organization called Trinity that’s “looking to start a global genocide.” Armed with her wits and a bow and arrow, she must do whatever it takes to survive the island.

That plot will sound familiar to gamers, as it mirrors the story played out in the 2013 Tomb Raider game.

Directed by Roar Uthaug (The Wave) from a script by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Alastair Siddons, the film also features Dominic West, Daniel Wu, and Kristin Scott Thomas.

Tomb Raider will hit theaters on March 16. Watch the new trailer above.

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'Veep' creator tackles a dictatorship in hilarious 'The Death of Stalin' trailer

Veep creator Armando Iannucci is sticking to political mockery for his next film, only this time he’s tackling a dictatorship. Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire), Rupert Friend (Homeland), Jason Isaacs (Star Trek: Discovery), Monty Python icon Michael Palin, and Jeffrey Tambor (Transparent) have one-liners on one-liners on one-liners in the new The Death of Stalin trailer.

Everyone wants to be the next leader of the Soviets after Stalin drops dead in 1953 Moscow. What ensues is a comedic brawl as the likes of Nikita Khrushchev (Buscemi), secret police chief Lavrentiy Beria (Simon Russell Beale), Georgy Malenkov (Tambor), and others enter the political skirmish.

“It’s a slightly Mexican standoff, really, when Stalin is dead, but it’s based on true instants,” Iannucci explained.

Andrew Riseborough and Olga Kurylenko also feature in The Death of Stalin, which will be released in theaters on March 9.

Watch the new trailer above.

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Daniel Radcliffe is a drug mule caught in the middle in 'Beast of Burden' trailer

Harry would so not approve.

In the first trailer for the upcoming thriller Beast of Burden, Daniel Radcliffe stars as Sean Haggerty, a pilot forced to make one last delivery of cocaine across the U.S.-Mexico border. During the troubled flight, he finds himself caught between the cartel and the Drug Enforcement Administration, which is promising to help his sick wife (Mr. Robot‘s Grace Gummer).

“You’re a drug mule, Sean,” declares Pablo Schreiber’s (Orange Is the New Black) DEA agent. “Don’t think for a second that you’re anything more.”

Beast of Burden premieres Feb. 23 in select theaters and On Demand/Digital HD. Watch the trailer above.

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‘Love, Simon’ Trailer: Nick Robinson Wants His Own Epic Love Story — Watch

Nick Robinson is taking on the beloved Simon Spier in the film adaptation of ‘Love, Simon.’ The new trailer shows Simon on his quest to find love, while trying to decide whether or not to tell everyone he’s gay.

Everyone deserves a great love story like we see in the movies. And Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) wants one of those life-changing romances of his own. There’s just one thing: he hasn’t told anyone that he’s gay. Not his parents (Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel), not his best friend (Katherine Langford), no one. That’s until he meets Blue online. Blue is an anonymous classmate and someone Simon is able to share his true feelings with. Simon falls for Blue, even though he’s never met the guy.

Simon eventually doesn’t want to hide his true feelings anymore. “I’m done living in a world where I don’t get to be who I am,” Simon says in the trailer. “I deserve a great love story. I want someone to share it with.” Is anyone feeling all the feelings right now?

The Greg Berlanti-directed movie, coming out March 16, also stars Alexandra Shipp, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Miles Heizer, Keiynan Lonsdale, Logan Miller, and Tony Hale! Love, Simon is based off Becky Albertalli’s book Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. The soundtrack’s first single, “Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song)” from Bleachers has also been released. The official soundtrack will be available on all platforms on March 16Check out the full track listing and first single below.

1. “Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song)” Bleachers
2. “Rollercoaster” Bleachers
3. “Never Fall In Love” Jack Antonoff & MØ
4. “Strawberries & Cigarettes” Troye Sivan
5. “Sink In” Amy Shark**
6. “Love Lies” Khalid & Normani
7. “The Oogum Boogum Song” Brenton Wood
8. “Love Me” The 1975
9. “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” Whitney Houston
10. “Someday At Christmas” Jackson 5
11. “Wings” Haerts
12. “Keeping A Secret” Bleachers*
13. “Wild Heart” Bleachers

(*Does not appear in film // **Version does not appear in film)

Mwbuzzers, are you going to go see Love, Simon? Let us know!

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Watch Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill in the first trailer for Gus Van Sant's new film

Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill breathe life into a real-life story of tragedy-turned-opportunity in the new teaser trailer for Gus Van Sant’s Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.

Adapted from John Callahan’s memoir of the same name, the film follows the late quadriplegic artist — paralyzed by a car accident when he was 21 — as he finds a new direction in life as a cartoonist.

“This doesn’t just go away, you have to fight with it or you’ll die,” Hill tells Phoenix of his ailment. After discovering his skills with a pen and paper, Phoenix continues: “Something really profound just happened to me, man.”

Also starring Rooney Mara, Jack Black, Udo Kier, and Carrie Brownstein, the film’s world premiere is slated for Friday, Jan. 19, as part of the Sundance Film Festival. This is Van Sant’s 17th feature as director, following notable hits like Good Will Hunting and Milk.

Don’t Worry, He Wont Get Far on Foot enters limited release on May 11. Watch the new teaser trailer above.

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'Love, Simon' trailer gives Nick Robinson the love story we deserve

“I’m done living in a world where I don’t get to be who I am,” the titular Simon (Jurassic World‘s Nick Robinson) says in the new Love, Simon trailer. “I deserve a great love story, and I want someone to share it with.” He’s not the only one.

We’ve seen the age of John Hughes rom-coms and we’ve seen the Hughes-inspired rom-coms it spawned. Now, Greg Berlanti, the architect of the Arrow-verse on The CW, is giving us a new feature film marketed as a mainstream rom-com that just so happens to highlight a closeted gay teenager.

Adapted from Becky Albertalli’s best-selling YA novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, Love, Simon is a coming-of-age and coming-out story for 17-year-old Simon, who’s rushed to out himself as gay when a classmate starts blackmailing him. At the same time, he’s falling in love with Blue, the pen name of his mysterious online correspondence.

“There’s this one section of the film where Simon imagines this one boy and imagines them kissing underneath the mistletoe at Christmas,” Berlanti, who directs the film, told Mwbuzz. “In every other major studio film, it’s always the guy and the girl. And there was something so powerful about it being just a guy imagining himself with this other guy in a film again that was going to be marketed and sold as a mainstream romantic comedy.”

Accompanying the story is a cast that includes Katherine Langford (Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why), Alexandra Shipp (X-Men: Apocalypse), Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Keiynan Lonsdale (The CW’s The Flash), Logan Miller (Before I Fall), Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel, Tony Hale, and one star-studded soundtrack.

Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff not only executive produces the film’s official soundtrack, but contributed a few songs. The single, “Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song),” from the band is now available.

See the full soundtrack details below.

1. “Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song),” Bleachers
2. “Rollercoaster,” Bleachers
3. “Never Fall In Love,” Jack Antonoff & MØ
4. “Strawberries & Cigarettes,” Troye Sivan
5. “Sink In,” Amy Shark (this version does not appear in the film)
6. “Love Lies,” Khalid & Normani
7. “The Oogum Boogum Song,” Brenton Wood
8. ,”Love Me,” The 1975
9. “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” Whitney Houston
10. “Someday At Christmas,” Jackson 5
11. “Wings,” Haerts
12. “Keeping A Secret,” Bleachers (does not appear in the film)
13. “Wild Heart,” Bleachers

Written for the screen by Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, Love, Simon will open in theaters on March 16.

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