‘Yoga Hosers’ Trailer Release


(PCM) Kevin Smith the man behind Clerks and Dogma is back at it again. This time he brings us Yoga Hosers. The film will hit theaters on July 29th. The movie will be a teen comedy that follows Colleen Collette and Colleen Mckenzie, played by Lily-Rose Depp and Harley Quinn Smith, who are faced with an evil force.

Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp are the daughters of Kevin Smith and Johnny Depp. This is the second film in Smith’s, “True North Trilogy.” Johnny Depp will return as man-hunter Guy Lapointe. We first saw Depp portray this character in 2014’s Tusk. Depp under heavy make-up is hardly recognizable as this character, but his dialogue is hilarious.

The movie recently was in the press after the MPAA retracted their R rating and gave the film a PG13 rating. Smith has described the movie as a “kid’s movie.” The film will center on the Colleens who work at a convenience store and love yoga and their cellphones. The two sophomores get invited to a Senior party by a local hottie. But before they can go to the party they must battle an ancient evil that has been buried under the store. The girls team up with Guy Lapointe to battle this ancient evil and fight for their lives.

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Director Garry Marshall’s Special Mother’s Day Gift

Mothers-Day1(PCM) Garry Marshall is a man who definitely understands women.

This is why his female-driven romantic comedies, including “Pretty Woman,” “Runaway Bride,” “Princess Diaries,” and now, “Mother’s Day,” are such treats.

The 81-year-old Marshall attended a special Manhattan event hosted by social media and Sirius XM radio hosts Melissa Gerstein and Denise Albert, known as “The Moms,” to talk about his new film, “Mother’s Day,” which opened just in the time for the actual holiday. He was there with one of the star’s of the film, Kate Hudson.

The movie, which gets to the core of complicated family relationships, also boasts a star-studded cast led by Hudson, Julia Roberts, and Jennifer Aniston – who all come off as both charming and realistic.

“Mother’s Day,” from Open Road Films, tells intertwining stories about Miranda, a television host (Roberts), Sandy, a divorced mom of two boys, (Aniston), and Jesse, (Hudson), who is hiding her marriage and young son from her parents because her husband is Indian, and she fears they will not accept them.

Other stories involve a widower with two daughters, played by Jason Sudeikis, and several other family members who come together in the week leading up to Mother’s Day, as well as Jesse’s sister, Gabi, (Sarah Chalke) who is afraid to tell their parents she is gay and married to her female partner. They also share custody of her partner’s young son.

Marshall has directed more than 30 movies, including, “Raising Helen,” “Beaches,” “The Other Sister,” He is also the creator and producer of numerous award-winning TV shows, including “Happy Days,” “Laverne and Shirley” “Mork & Mindy,” and “The Odd Couple.” His early career found him writing for such gems as “The Danny Thomas Show,” “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” and “The Lucy Show.”

Marshall said he made the new movie to tackle complex and difficult issues such as interracial relationships and same sex marriage. As is the norm in his films, “Mother’s Day” is touching, but also extremely uplifting.

He said that grown children and their parents often drift apart, especially after fighting over their differences. “You might have had fights with one another, but your mother is the first one [in your life] who loves you so you’ve got to make up. So that’s what we do in this movie; and we do it in a funny way.”

Q: Garry, please tell me about your mom.

GARRY MARSHALL: My mom was a dance teacher and taught dancing in the basement of our apartment building in The Bronx. She wore slacks, nobody wore slack in the neighborhood, and she was a working mother. She told us when you’re sad, you go and make someone laugh and that will cheer you up. That’s what I have been doing all of these years.

Q: So would you say that was your mom’s motto?

GM: Yes, my mom had a great sense of humor she used to repeat to me, ‘never be boring, never be boring.’ And I was six years old and I asked her, ‘what’s boring mom?’ She said, ‘you’re father.’ I am kidding; they were happily married for many years.

Q: How would you describe Kate? You two seem like you have a nice bond.

GM: She’s very cute, this girl.

Q: Kate’s children came to Atlanta to the set of this movie – 12-year-old Ryder and four-year old Bing.

GM: Oh, yes. I would say that Bing is as cute as a button.

Q: How do you get all of these amazing people such as Kate Hudson all of the time to join your cast?

GM: I call up and say ‘Hey Kate, we’re doing a movie.’ We did a wonderful picture together “Raising Helen” and I happen to know somebody she knows, her mother Goldie [Hawn], who worked with me on the movie “Overboard.” So I say ‘come let’s make a movie.’ We had a good time.

Q: Tell me about Kate’s character, Jesse, in the movie.

GM: Gladly. Kate plays a character, I’m sure you have gone through it, where her mother says ‘him, that’s who you are going to marry? Look at him. You’re going to bring him home for dinner?’’ And they have fights. You might have had fights with your children. But the mother is the first one [in your life] who loves you so you got to make up. So that’s what we do, and we do it in a funny way.

Q: “Raising Helen,” your other movie with Kate was also a mom-themed movie as well.

GM: I do a lot of chick flicks.

Q: I would say that you do them really well – you may have invented them. But what inspires you on these women themes?

GM: What inspires me? I’m a Scorpio. I’m Italian. I have a sister and I have daughters. I grew up in an apartment in New York where your grandmother and grandfather lived in the apartment and you are all bunched together. So I am very comfortable with women and I think they are the most interesting things in the world.

Q: How do you characterize your movies?

GM: Nobody flies and nobody explodes.

Q: What else are they about?

GM: Well, we deal with some tricky subjects in this movie that a lot of people don’t try to do and we got them in. We do them. And I deal with hopeful endings: that’s the key word. You end feeling good. You got to make a gag reel. I love the gag reel. The longest end credits in the history of movies, you will see a few of the gags and mistakes at the end, after the picture is over.

Q: Do the studios immediately embrace movies like this with more emotional content?

GM: No. You’ve got to fight them to make this happen. They told me when I did Beaches nobody wants to see a story about women, girls and friendship – nobody cares – it’s not a buddy picture. I said, ‘Don’t you understand women fight, yell at each other and say the worse things to each other and then an hour later they go shopping.’ [He laughed]. Men have a fight; they say one cross word they don’t talk for 20 years. Women are far more fascinating to me.

Q: What’s the biggest change for you making this film?

GM: The biggest change is that they all have cell phones. My seven-year-old grandchild knows how to work the internet. To get your kids to look up. I never go near the internet, it scares me. I’m very hip; we shot this movie with drones. I didn’t do it, my son shoots it. But I have six grandchildren and it is a whole different thing of raising kids today. They are so fast because they use the internet. There are four stories in this movie and the kids can follow it in a zip. They know all the characters and they register so much; it’s amazing. I can’t follow it half the time. But this movie I can follow. I lived it for a very long time.

Q: Technology has really changed our lives.

GM: Yes. We used to say no TV, now you say give me the phone.

Q: It seems like you truly enjoyed the experience of making “Mother’s Day.”

GM: You meet a lot of people when you are making movies, so whether it’s a hit or not you usually have a great time and meet people you are going to know the rest of your life. You get up five o’clock in the morning with these movies, so it’s nice to see people that you know. We opened this movie and the first kid in the movie is my seven-year-old granddaughter running around the hotel.

Q: Do you have tips or advice on getting an actress like Kate Hudson to be in your movie?

GM: You have to make friends with someone like Kate, first.

Q: Why is that?

GM: It has always been difficult to get these movies made. When my sister Penny [Marshall], who you know as Laverne, went to direct her first film they said they didn’t like women directors. They felt that a woman’s mind did not come up with ideas that appealed to a mass audience. That’s all Penny had to hear. The benchmark in movies is a movie that makes $100 million. Penny not only made one of those, she made two, “A League of Their Own,” and “Big.” I’m very proud of her; she was the first female director to break the $100 million mark. So you got to keep going and now you push that internet button and they give you start up money or something.

Q: I can see that you loved working with Kate on this. Do you have a fond memory of working with her actress-mother, Goldie Hawn? What’s your favorite movie that your mom, Goldie Hawn, made?

GM: Oh, yes. Her mom is an amazing lady. After “Overboard” we had a cast party and your mom said to me ‘Can I bring a friend to the party? She’s not in the movie.’ I said, ‘Sure, bring friends.’ Who did she bring – Elizabeth Taylor! [He laughed]. I was stunned. What a wonderful woman!

Q: Do you have anything else you want to add about the movie, “Mother’s Day?”

GM: I hope that you enjoy the film. It touches a lot of subjects. Everyone has problems, but I think you will come away and say ‘okay we have hope that we can solve the problem.’

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New Independence Day: Resurgence Trailer Has Arrived

We always knew they were coming back. After INDEPENDENCE DAY redefined the event movie genre, the next epic chapter delivers global spectacle on an unimaginable scale. Using recovered alien technology, the nations of Earth have collaborated on an immense defense program to protect the planet. But nothing can prepare us for the aliens’ advanced and unprecedented force. Only the ingenuity of a few brave men and women can bring our world back from the brink of extinction. Check out the latest trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence below!

Overall I think I like this trailer more than I expected to. I still wouldn’t say I am excited for this upcoming and unnecessary sequel to Independence Day, but the more they show me, the more intrigued I become.I really like the idea that after 20 years of reverse-engineering the alien technology and creating a global defense system, it seems as though that same technology is going to lead to the Earth’s destruction. Not the most original idea, but it’s more than plausible.

Besides seeing the magnetic Jeff Goldblum and a quick glance of Bill Pullman, no one in the cast really gets my mojo going. Liam Hemsworth might be the nicest guy in Hollywood but he is as stiff as a board in everything he is in. I am also annoyed by the need to add what appears to be Will Smith”s original characters son into the mix. I know it makes sense to try and tie it all together, but the idea of his kid becoming a fighter pilot that is crucial to the saving the Earth is beyond unreal for me. I have no problem suspending disbelief in alien destruction flick, but don’t make it harder with ridiculous character ties. I do realize this is probably not n issue for most of you, just a personal gripe I have. That’s ok.

We also see the return of..Brent Spiner? Wait, didn’t he die in the first movie? Pretty sure he was killed off. See this is the stupid character stuff I am talking about!

Brent Spiner Independence Day- Resurgence

Independence Day: Resurgence hits theaters June 24th, 2016.



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Trailer Released For ‘HoneyGlue’


(PCM) A thoroughly new age story, HONEYGLUE is about love, loss, and acceptance. Morgan (Adriana Mather) is a young girl struggling with the fact she only has a few months to live due to malignant brain tumor. Her world begins to turn around when she meets Jordan (break-out newcomer Zach Villa in an incredible performance) a gender-defying artist who takes her on an adventure of a lifetime. HONEYGLUE leaves the viewer with a finer appreciation of the excitement, compassion, and powerful love that are available to those brave enough to claim them.

Genre: Drama, Romance
Rating: R
Company Releasing: Zombot Pictures

Release Date: Opens in NYC on June 3rd and LA on June 10th
Directed By: James Bird
Starring: Adriana Mather, Zach Villa, Booboo Stewart, Christopher Heyerdahl, Jessica Tuck, and Amanda Plummer

After learning that she has three months left to live, Morgan turns her protected middle class life upside down. That’s when she meets Jordan, a rebellious, gender-defying artist and together they embark on an adventure of a lifetime. With a hand-held camera, the pair document their time together, creating a lasting record of what and who really matters in life.

With superb and fearless performances by newcomers Adriana Mather and Zach Villa and a stellar supporting cast that includes Booboo Stewart and Amanda Plummer, HONEYGLUE is a thoroughly modern love story without labels. Zombot Pictures and writer/director James Bird take a raw look at mortality, but the result is a celebration of life, leaving the viewer with a finer appreciation of the excitement, compassion, and powerful love that are available to those brave enough to claim them.

Website: http://honeygluefilm.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Honeyglue/

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Warner Bros Reveals Release Date For Film Adaptation Of Stephen King’s ‘It’


(PCM) Warner Bros. has announced that their upcoming adaption of author Stephen King’s famed novel ‘It’ will be released on September 8, 2017. The film will follow the story line of seven children living in Derry and will be divided into two parts,  one showing them as children and the other as adults.

Originally, director Cary Fukunaga was attached to the project, however after dealing with some major creative differences with the studio, Fukunaga dropped out and has now been replaced with director Andres Muschietti. Production on the film is slated to begin later this summer.

Actor Will Poulter was slated to take on the role of Pennywise the clown in the upcoming remake, however it appears he has now been forced to drop out of the film due to a scheduling conflict. Sources indicate now that the studio is currently meeting with other actors to see who best fits the part of the terrifying villain.

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Could Actor Samuel L. Jackson Really Be Making A Move To Delaware?


(PCM) It is always a bit surprising when an actor reveals plans to move away from all the glitz and glamour associated with living in Hollywood and settle down some place a bit more low key, however we can imagine that the fast-paced L.A. lifestyle could be exhausting at times.  It seems that it is getting to be too much for actor Samuel L. Jackson, who has recently claimed that he looking to move to the Wilmington, Delaware area.

Jackson commented during a recent interview that he was “tired of the L.A. lifestyle” and is in search of a big change in life. Jackson went on to say, “I’m just tired of the L.A. lifestyle and I feel like, at this point in my life, I’d rather just live in a place full of real, genuine people. I’ve been to Wilmington a couple of times over the years and the people there are real… they’re genuine, and yeah every community has its problems but the people there are good, decent people and they care about their community. Those are the things I find most important in deciding where to live.”

Jackson went on to reassure fans that he had no plans on retiring anytime soon and that he just felt that the change in life he is looking for could be found in the Wilmington area. We can’t lie and say that we don’t have a bias, as of course, PCM headquarters is based in lil ol’ Delaware, and yes, we always adore when celebrities show our home state some love!

Welcome to mother f**king Wilmington, Mr. Jackson! We certainly hope this turns out to be true!

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