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Sep 25, 2013

Islands are Rock and Roll Legends–and Pals with Michael Cera, Bill Hader, and more… [VIDEO]

Did you know that the new Islands‘ album Ski Mask is legendary rock ‘n roll? That’s the official word from...

Sep 22, 2012

Which Pretend Fall Movie Will Save Hollywood?

Hollywood saves some of its best movies for the fall and holiday season. These big-budget Oscar baiters each hope to...

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Aug 13, 2012

12 Comedians And The First Cars They Ever Owned

Ever wonder what kind of cars your favorite comedians drove when they were younger? With the recent release of Jerry...

Jul 5, 2011

The 15 Most Typically Typecast Actors

I pity actors who have been forced to settle into a typecast after playing a character that was too memorable. Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins had a hard time finding work after the debut of Alfred Hitchcock's thriller Psycho. Leonard Nimoy can only land odd jobs if the work is sci-fi or Star Trek related. Even now, Daniel Radcliffe can only ever be Harry Potter on the big screen. There are, however, many actors, allegedly with decent range, who consciously decide to perform the same roles over and over again. After the jump are 15 one-trick ponies who, for better or worse, are forever trapped in the same part by choice.

Nov 29, 2010

COED’s All-Hollywood Football Team

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new movie “Faster” released in theaters last week. Many people know that Dwayne was a huge...

Sep 20, 2010

The Greatest Teen Comedies Of The Past 30 Years

Issued in droves every year for the past 25 years, teen comedies are like new cars, perennially issued with the latest gadgets and gizmos to allure the consumer's eye. Each promises the latest in teenage angst, romantic longing, social shame, and sexual desperation, along with camaraderie, bonding, and sexual hijinks. Inevitably, one teenage film resembles another in its generalities; the difference between the plots of Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Mean Girls is not much difference at all. It is in the particularities -- their efforts to bottle the essence of now -- that the best of the teen comedies emerge from the pack.

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Sep 10, 2010

8 Films That Will Save 2010 From Being The Worst Movie Year Ever

The 2010 summer blockbuster season hosted a slew of disappointing flicks, prompting critics and film-goers to crown 2010 "The Worst Movie Year Ever" by mid-July. This verdict is understandable given the mega-flops of the early summer (Robin Hood, A-Team), but it's a bit premature. When 2010 comes to a close, these 8 films might just save the year from being the worst ever.

The Definitive List of Funniest TV Shows EVER

Television comedies are experiencing a grand resurgence. With such hit comedies as The Big Bang Theory, Glee, Modern Family, How I Met Your Mother, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Two and a Half Men, 30 Rock, and The Office, the viewing schedule is not lacking the funny these days. Maybe one day these awesome shows will join our list of the funniest TV shows ever, but for now, we'll stick to the classics. What hilarious comedies are you loving?

Sep 8, 2010

Movies This Week: August 13th, 2010

With only a few weeks left of Summer, 2010 has been pretty much a sh*t year for film. But before we write this year off as totally unsalvageable, a couple movies opening this weekend have big potential. The Expendables and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World might just have what it takes to kick 2010 back into gear. Finger crossed.

Aug 13, 2010

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World FTW!

We didn't get to attend Comic-con, but we still heard all the buzz about Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World here in NYC. Earlier this week COED was lucky enough to attend a screening of Scott Pilgrim, however, and we must admit that the buzz isn't just hype: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is pure pop-culture cinematic bliss.

Aug 12, 2010

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Jan 6, 2010

Movies This Week: January 8, 2010

Thank god for this weeks big movie release Daybreakers! Vampires are back from staring lovingly at chubby adolescents and doing...

Sep 8, 2009

The Top 20 Most Awesomely-Awkward Zach Galifianakis Internet Moments

After stealing the show in The Hangover, Zach Galifianakis has secured his spot as one of the funniest comedians on the planet. But fans of Galifianakis know the eccentric beardo has been creating some of the craziest, wackiest, most hilarious comedy content for years. Here are our picks for Galifianakis's Top 20 Most Awesomely Awkward Internet Moments.

Feb 3, 2009

Weekly DVD Drop: Zack and Miri Make a Porno

Here's the sad truth: Seth Rogen is wearing very thin on us. His laugh, his stoner shtick, even his cleverness — all the things that we love about him, we're getting tired of. Seth needs to take a year or two off. Do a supporting role here and there, maybe a stint on Broadway, some Shakespeare in the Catskills for a summer...

Jan 14, 2009

13 Reasons to be Excited About Sundance 2009

Once a year, everyone in Hollywood trades in their fancy sunglasses and Ugg boots for parkas, gloves and, well, Ugg...

Sep 15, 2008

Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist Playlist

On October 3rd, indie fans everywhere will be flocking to the new feel-good flick, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, a...

Jan 6, 2008

Juno About the Juno Soundtrack?

It makes sense that the coolest movie of last year would also have the coolest soundtrack. The Juno soundtrack, which...

Sep 17, 2007

“Juno” Trailer Out on the Web

Just when you thought Knocked Up was the last word on unplanned pregnancy in a comedy, Juno rolls through with...

Aug 17, 2007

Cera of “Superbad” to be a “Youth in Revolt”

First off, if you haven’t seen Superbad yet, do so now. Call in sick from work, skip your Mom’s birthday,...

Aug 2, 2007

‘Superbad’ review

The streak continues for Judd Apatow’s comedy crew. In Superbad, writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have take the signature...