What a sweet gal. The definition of people helping people as she’ll bend over and assist a random stranger on the s…
I think it’s now fair to ask the question “Why was Liam Neeson left out of The Expendables 2?” His rol…
I know it's still early, but that's probably the funniest thing I'll hear all day. Relax, it's not real, this is just a clip from Ricky Gervais' new BBC show Life's Too Short. In this scene, Liam approaches Ricky and tells him that he wants to be "an improvisational comic." I wasn't ready for him to kick so much *ss in Taken, but I was really taken aback by how funny he actually was. Scaring midgets? Check. African hookers? Check. This scene has it all. Start your day with a laugh after the jump!
In honor of Fathers Day, COED decided to pay respect to some of the coolest, most bad-ass dads in cinema. There are countless movies to go through so there is no way we can include all the bad-ass dads, but these fathers are the best of the best. These dads are daring, funny, awesome and epitomize what it means to be a dad. Check out our list then vote for your favorite after the jump.
The woman who played sexy, seductive saboteur Bridget von Hammersmark in Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds, Diane Kruger will next appear on the big screen alongside Liam Neeson in the stolen-identity thriller Unknown. Though “alongside” isn’t quite the word, as she says, “I’m five foot seven, but Liam’s about six foot…I dunno, ten? He’s like a bus next to me.” If I were Liam, I'd be like "Get on the bus... a Liam Neeson joint". Anyway, Diane's featured in the March issue of GQ but lucky for you we have a sneak preview of her pics before the issue hits stands nationwide on 2/22. See the pics after the jump!
COED's Most Anticipated Movies of 2010 hailed the film adaptation of "Arrested Development" as the most eagerly awaited release for this past year. So, what makes us want to see a movie? It could be our admiration for certain actors or directors, or it could be as simple as a bad-ass poster or tagline. Whatever the case may be, we've combed Variety's Film Release Chart for the movies releasing in 2011 that could be on your "Best Of" list come this time next year. Without further ado, COED presents our list of the Most Anticipated Movies of 2011. See the full list after the jump!
Megamind was mega moneymaker again at the box office, pulling in $29 mil to put a stop to Unstoppable, which ran away with $22 mil. Skyline made back its budget in its debut weekend while Morning Glory has a ways to go to clear that $40 mil budget. This week's entries are few and far between due to Harry Potter. However, if you prefer fiery redheads and homicidal blondes over magical kids molesting their wands, you're in luck.
Guitar riff. Black van with red stripe blasting through some bushes. Mohawk. Disguises. Guns. Bigger Guns. Tanks falling from the sky. Helicopters. Cigars clenched by the strongest set of mandibles ever. If you have a problem. If no one else can help. You can call on ... THE A-TEAM. Man, has this been a long time coming.
In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Now they're back in action again with an all new cast (George Peppard RIP) for the brand spanking new A-Team Movie, due to hit screens on June 11, 2010.
Clash of the Color Schemes topped the B.O. last weekend despite claims the 3D technology was more Viewmaster than Cameronvision. By taking in $61 million, it's already made back a little under half of its budget. One movie entering theaters hopes couples make this weekend a three day date night.
In honor of the upcoming, big-budget remake of Clash Of The Titans and the continued stop-motiony wickedness of the 1981 original , COED presents a refresher course in some of the Greek Gods, Titans, and monsters that made the films (and Greek mythology in general) so great.