Charlie Day

Sundance Film Festival Review: How It Ends is a scrappy comedy that utilises its charm to overcome any shortcomings

January 31, 2021

In How It Ends, the joint-directorial effort from Daryl Wein (Lola Versus) and Zoe Lister-Jones (The Craft: Legacy), the question is proposed of what would you do if you knew the world was coming to an end?.  It’s a question that has familiarity to it, but Wein and Lister-Jones have the smarts and wit to […]

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Film Review: Fist Fight (USA, 2017) has solid storytelling, but otherwise falters

February 21, 2017

If there’s one thing everybody can say about this film, it is that the film is punchy. Studio comedies have been very underwhelming the past few years, especially from studios like Warner Brothers (the less said about Hot Pursuit, the better), regardless of the comedic talent involved. So when I heard about this film that […]

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Watch Charlie Day and Ice Cube battle it out in new red-band trailer for Fist Fight

February 2, 2017

It’s no longer Sunny with Ice Cube in town. The new red-band trailer for school-yard comedy Fist Fight has just dropped, with It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Horrible Bosses star Charlie Day against Ice Cube (Ride Along films, 21 Jump Street) in the battle of the teachers, after Ron Strickland (Cube) is accidently fired by co-worker Andy […]

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Teaser trailer drops for Ice Cube’s new comedy Fist Fight; also stars Always Sunny‘s Charlie Day

September 23, 2016

Hold on to your textbooks kids, things are about to get serious at school. The teaser trailer for Fist Fight, a new Ice Cube comedy about teachers beating on each other, was released yesterday. Ice Cube and Charlie Day star as teachers who simply don’t get along. On the last day of school, Andy Campbell […]

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Daredevil‘s Steven S. DeKnight to direct Pacific Rim sequel

February 25, 2016

The people behind Legendary Pictures have decided to move forward with Pacific Rim 2 by appointing Spartacus creator and Daredevil‘s showrunner Steven S. DeKnight as director of the film. Currently the project has been kept on hold since September of last year with the film being taken off the 2017 release schedule. Guillermo del Toro […]

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