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  1. Disneynature's 'Penguins' Looks Like a Live-Action 'Happy Feet'

    Disneynature gave us what we needed on Earth Day: a trailer for the upcoming film "Penguins."

    The film is nonfiction, but that doesn't mean the story is any less compelling. After watching the preview, we've already fallen for its protagonist, a penguin named Steve. He reminds us a little of another movie bird we adored, albeit a fictional one. Like Mumble, the hero of "Happy Feet," Steve is apparently "a gentleman who stands out from the crowd" and "looking for love."

    As the trailer continues, we see the Steve does find a mate, but his travails don't end there. Not only does he have to take care of their offspring while she goes in search of food, he has to deal with an extremely harsh climate and a variety of dangerous predators. Survival will be a challenge, but we're ready to cheer him on, every step of the way.

    Watch below.

    "Penguins" hits theaters on Earth Day 2019.

  2. Constance Wu Faces 'Crazy Rich Asians' in First Full Trailer

    Meeting your boyfriend's family and friends for the first time is always a nerve-wracking experience. But when those family and friends just happen to be some of the wealthiest people in Asia, and definitely don't approve of you, that's an entirely different experience.

    That's the dilemma Rachel (Constance Wu) faces in "Crazy Rich Asians," when her longtime partner, Nick (Henry Golding), invites her back to his native Singapore to attend the wedding of a friend. When they're greeted curbside at the airport and ushered into a luxurious first class lounge, Rachel suspects Nick has left out more about his lavish lifestyle than she initially thought. She has no idea.

    Aside from the shock of attending opulent parties where Nick's pals actually throw giant wads of cash in the air like confetti, Rachel also has to square off with Nick's mother, Eleanor (Michelle Yeoh), who makes it quite clear that Rachel isn't good enough for her son. But Rachel isn't about to back down from a challenge.

    "If Nick chose me, he would lose his family," Rachel tells Eleanor. "And if he chose his family, he might spend the rest of his life resenting you."

    The also trailer features plenty of over-the-top examples of Nick's wealth (not to mention Nick's abs -- looking good, Henry Golding), as well as a hilarious supporting turn from Awkwafina (also starring in this summer's "Ocean's 8"). We're already counting down the days until this flick hits theaters.

    "Crazy Rich Asians," directed by John M. Chu, is slated for release on August 17.

  3. Amy Adams Goes Dark (and Wet) for HBO's First 'Sharp Objects' Trailer

    The first trailer for "Sharp Objects" is very much a teaser -- haunting music, whispers, and dark images with no real context or plot. The real emphasis is on the pedigree. You'll want to watch this for who's in it, and who's behind-the-scenes.

    "Sharp Objects" is based on the bestselling novel by Gillian Flynn, the author of "Gone Girl." Amy Adams stars as reporter Camille Preaker, "who returns to her small hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls. Trying to put together a psychological puzzle from her past, she finds herself identifying with the young victims a bit too closely."

    "Big Little Lies" director Jean-Marc Vallée directed all eight episodes, and also co-edited the limited series. Marti Noxon ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "UnREAL") is showrunner, with Gillian Flynn writing several episodes herself. The producers of "Get Out" are also attached.

    Patricia Clarkson plays Amy Adams' mother (PERFECT), and the supporting cast includes Chris Messina, Eliza Scanlen, Elizabeth Perkins, Matt Craven, Henry Czerny, Taylor John Smith, Sophia Lillis, and Madison Davenport.

    Check out the teaser trailer:No dark thriller is complete without a splash-the-face-then-look-in-the-mirror scene, or someone being startled in a bathtub.

    "Sharp Objects" will be the ATX Television Festival's opening night screening and panel, June 7 in Austin, Texas. The eight-episode limited drama series premieres on HBO this July.

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  4. 'Life of the Party Trailer': Melissa McCarthy Dives Into the College Experience

    You're never too old to accomplish your dreams -- or have fun doing so.

    That's one of the lessons in Warner Bros. Pictures new trailer for "Life of the Party," starring Melissa McCarthy. The studio unveiled the latest preview Wednesday, and it centers on Deanna (McCarthy), a perimenopausal women who decides to go back to college after her husband leaves her. The divorce is ugly, but it leads to some beautiful -- not to mention hilarious -- experiences.

    McCarthy is joined in the film by Molly Gordon, who plays her college-aged daughter, Maddie. The latter seems to take her mom under her wing once they're both co-eds, and she and her friends show Deanna the ropes. Before they know it, she's eating marijuana-infused chocolate bark, doing the walk of shame, and generally taking advantage of her chance to live out her wild college years. They grow up so fast, don't they?

    Watch the trailer below.

    The film, which was written by McCarthy and her husband, director Ben Falcone, also stars Maya Rudolph, Gillian Jacobs, Julie Bowen, and Jacki Weaver, among others.

    "Life of the Party" opens May 11.

  5. 'The Innocents' Trailer Teases Star-Crossed Lovers and Supernatural Twists

    Netflix has another compelling supernatural drama for us, and we're ready for it.

    The streamer released the first trailer for its upcoming series "The Innocents" Wednesday, and the show looks poised to add some mystery to our summer. The preview starts out with teenagers June (Sorcha Groundsell) and Harry (Percelle Ascott) running away from their families to be together, but then the story gets decidedly darker. We find out that there is more to June than meets the eye, and that sets up the star-crossed lovers to face danger and hard choices.

    The series comes from creators Hania Elkington and Simon Duric, who also serve as writers and executive producers. They're joined by fellow executive producers Elaine Pyke, Charlie Pattinson, and Willow Grylls of New Pictures, as well as Farren Blackburn.

    "The Innocents" will debut with eight episodes on Netflix, six of which were directed by Blackburn. The series starts streaming Aug. 24.

  6. Anthony Mackie Worried 'Avengers: Infinity War' Would Be 'Awful'

    We're just days away from the box office debut of "Avengers: Infinity War," so excitement is high right now. At one time, though, Anthony Mackie didn't have much confidence in the film.

    Mackie appeared on "Good Morning America" Thursday to promote the superhero flick, and he gave the hosts a lot of interesting insight on what it was like to be a part of the star-studded MCU movie. The film packs in so many actors that many of them never got to see a full script, Mackie included. As he told the hosts of "GMA," the pages that he did get weren't enough to initially convince him that "Infinity War" would be any good.

    "I got 25 pages, which was the final fight sequence, and I sent a long email like, 'This movie's going to be awful,'" he said.

    Mackie expanded on why he thought that, listing some of the points he made in his email. Not only did he share that he didn't see how it could work, he said there was "no story." Additionally, he worried it would be "the longest fight sequence ever."

    Luckily, Mackie soon received reassurance. He found out that his 25 pages were a small fraction of the massive script; in total, there were 250 other pages, he said.

    Mackie's "GMA" appearance included several other high points, including his description of how his co-star Mark Ruffalo is "problems" and a new "Infinity War" clip. Watch below.

    "Avengers: Infinity War" hits theaters April 23.

  7. Denzel Washington Avenges a Friend in Bloody 'Equalizer 2' Trailer

    Denzel Washington is back to save the day, one brutal fight at a time.

    The two-time Academy Award winner returns in "The Equalizer 2," the upcoming sequel to the 2014 action thriller directed by fellow Oscar-holder Antoine Fuqua. The duo have teamed up again, and they'll bring viewers more suspense and intense fights, based on what we've seen so far. Sony Pictures Entertainment released the official trailer Thursday.

    In "The Equalizer 2," Washington returns as Robert McCall, a retired CIA black ops operative. In spite of his promise to his late wife, a quiet life continues to elude him. When he learns that an old friend has been killed, he sets out to avenge her murder.

    "I'm going to kill each and everyone of them, and my only disappointment is that I'm only going to get to do it once," he says in the trailer.

    Watch below -- as long as you're prepared for some gory scenes.

    "The Equalizer 2" is due out July 20.

  8. Meet 'The Prince William of Asia' in First 'Crazy Rich Asians' Teaser

    When the first photos from the upcoming big screen adaptation of Kevin Kwan novel "Crazy Rich Asians" surfaced late last year, it seemed clear that this flick would definitely live up to its title. Now, fans have their first look at footage from the opulent film.

    The teaser -- released on Thursday, in anticipation of the debut of the full trailer on Monday -- gives viewers a quick rundown of the plot: Rachel (Constance Wu), a Chinese-American professor, accompanies her hunky boyfriend Nick (Henry Golding) back home to his native Singapore for a friend's wedding. What Nick neglects to mention, however, is that his family is ridiculously wealthy -- crazy rich, you might say.

    It's been a CRAaazy long wait, but it's almost here! @wbpictures and director @jonmchu are proud to present the official trailer for #CrazyRichAsians, dropping on MONDAY!

    — Crazy Rich Asians (@CrazyRichMovie) April 19, 2018
    In the clip, there are quick cuts to demonstrate this wealth, including luxurious cars, lavish fireworks displays, palatial mansions, and over-the-top parties.

    "You really should've told me that you're like the Prince William of Asia," an overwhelmed Rachel chides Nick.

    "That's ridiculous," Nick replies with a wink. "I'm much more of a Harry."

    Royalty or not, it seems clear that Nick's world isn't something Rachel is used to. That tension drives the flick, and should provide plenty of fish-out-of-water moments, particularly when it comes to interactions with Nick's imposing mother, Eleanor (Michelle Yeoh).

    "Crazy Rich Asians" is set to hit theaters on August 17.

  9. Watch Emilia Clarke's Hilarious 'Game of Thrones' Set Tour (With 'Boring' Kit Cameo)

    Win a chance to visit the "Game of Thrones" set, for a good cause!

    The Mother of Dragons is also The Mother of Tour Guides. "Game of Thrones" queen Emilia Clarke is effortlessly charming and funny in this Omaze video offering a tour of the Belfast, Northern Ireland set. It's not exactly a detailed set tour, since she's forced out of every room, and she can't even read out the final script to us without being bleeped.

    The whole point is to get fans to donate to her Omaze campaign to support the Royal College of Nursing. If you donate, you and a friend/whoever get a chance to visit the set and *really* go behind-the-scenes. You also get to have lunch with Daenerys Targaryen herself.

    Watch the video, it's perfection:
    She's so darn cute. And, for the record, Kit Harington and his six-pack abs aren't the least bit "boring" to us.

    "Game of Thrones" Season 8 only has six episodes, but the show is continuing to film until at least June. The final season airs on HBO in 2019.

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  10. Peter Is the New Darryl in 'Deadpool 2' Final Trailer

    Peter & Darryl need their own Marvel spinoff.

    "Deadpool 2" is coming out May 18, and 20th Century Fox just shared "The Final Trailer." They saved some of the best jokes for last:

    Deadpool mocks Cable with a shot at the DCEU: "So dark! Are you sure you're not from the DC Universe?" Deadpool also digs Josh Brolin's MCU role: "Pump the hate brakes, Thanos."

    The trailer also shows Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) and Weasel (T.J. Miller, still here) interviewing for the new X-Force, introducing Domino (Zazie Beetz), Bedlam (Terry Crews), and Shatterstar (Lewis Tan).

    Plus, there's Peter. He doesn't have any powers. He just answered the ad. That was enough. "You're in."Reminds us of Thor's former roommate, Darryl.

    Last we heard, after "Thor: Ragnarok," Darryl was stuck rooming with the Grandmaster, but only because he's the only one who replied to the ad.

    May we suggest the first post-Disney Fox/MCU crossover be Peter moving in as Darryl's new roommate, and fighting versions of Josh Brolin together?

    "Be the first to see the second coming" of Deadpool on May 18. Don't forget that Bill Skarsgard is in this, too. Tickets are on sale now.

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  11. 'GLOW' Season 2 Gets Release Date & Retro Fabulous 'Flashdance' Teaser

    The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are heading back in the ring!

    Netflix just shared the release date and plot details for "GLOW" Season 2.

    But they didn't just post the Season 2 date, which is Friday, June 29. The streamer also shared a 1-minute, 41-second date announcement dance teaser set to "Maniac," the song from the 1983 movie "Flashdance."We missed those maniacs!

    Here are details on the second season:

    "Season 2 follows the women of GLOW as they become local celebrities, confronting the good, the bad, and the ugly realities of their newfound fame. As Ruth (Alison Brie) and Debbie (Betty Gilpin) settle into the day-to-day of making a season of TV together, they confront lingering issues at the heart of their friendship. Sam (Marc Maron) is still Sam, but now he has a teenage daughter living with him and twenty episodes to churn out. The wrestling is harder, the stakes are higher, and the hair is even bigger."

    In addition to Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, and Marc Maron, the Netflix comedy also stars Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, Jackie Tohn, Kate Nash, Britt Baron, Rich Sommer, Chris Lowell, Gayle Rankin, Kia Stevens, Sunita Mani, Ellen Wong, Marianna Palka, and more.

    "GLOW" Season 2 will have 10 episodes, premiering June 29.

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  12. Here Are Two Songs From the 'Riverdale' Musical Episode

    It seems like every show on The CW is getting a musical episode (or already is an actual musical), and next up on the docket is buzzy teen drama "Riverdale." The sophomore show is set to tackle tunes from the real-life Broadway flop "Carrie" (yes, based on the film version of Stephen King's horror novel), and now, fans have their first look at that oddly perfect mashup.

    In anticipation for the episode's debut this week, the network released video of two full musical numbers from the show, featuring the songs "In" and "A Night We'll Never Forget." The first one opens the episode, and like the rest of the numbers that are featured in the installment, is woven into the plot of the episode itself, featuring the show's characters getting ready for the day, and then rehearsing "Carrie: The Musical."

    The second clip features the cast backstage on opening night, fixing their hair and makeup and getting into costume. The lyrics just happen to match up with the anticipation of putting on a show (funny how that works out so well), before the ensemble takes the stage to perform the number for the crowd.

    If you weren't excited about this episode before, we have a feeling these two numbers will change your mind. (Unless you're not a fan of musicals. Then we can't really help you.)

    The special "Carrie: The Musical" episode of "Riverdale" makes its grand debut on The CW on Wednesday, April 18 at 8 p.m.

  13. 'Hotel Artemis' Trailer: Sterling K. Brown Checks in to Jodie Foster's Hospital for Criminals

    The action-packed new trailer for upcoming thriller "Hotel Artemis" just dropped today, introducing a cool concept and a sprawling cast of characters played by a ridiculously star-studded roster of Hollywood talent.

    The titular residence is actually an underground, members-only hospital for criminals, run by the Nurse (Jodie Foster), and adheres to a strict set of rules to keep the peace: no insulting the staff, no weapons, no killing the other patients. But things are disrupted after a heist, led by Waikiki (Sterling K. Brown), results in his friend Honolulu (Brian Tyree Henry) getting shot, and the pair seek out the Hotel Artemis for help.

    It turns out that they made off with a pretty valuable object (a pen that just happens to hold $18 million worth of jewels), and now, a criminal mastermind (played by Jeff Goldblum) wants to take it off their hands. It looks like some rules are definitely about to get broken.

    "Hotel Artemis" also stars Dave Bautista, Sofia Boutella, Charlie Day, Zachary Quinto, and Jenny Slate. (See, we told you it was star-studded.) It's due in theaters on June 8.

  14. Robert De Niro & Ben Stiller Bring 'Meet the Parents' to 'SNL' Cold Open

    Compare this little focker to the original scene.

    John Mulaney hosted "Saturday Night Live" on April 14, but he wasn't in the brilliant cold open. Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro stole the opener by re-enacting the lie detector scene from "Meet the Parents" -- with a Trump administration twist. Stiller played President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen, with De Niro as Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

    Mueller's interrogation led to some crossover laughs, including a redux of the "You can milk anything with nipples" joke.

    Check out the "SNL" clip, and some clips from the original movie:"You broke the law. Now we're gonna catch all of you 'Little Fockers,' you got that?"

    Nice. Hopefully both Stiller and De Niro can return for more Cohen and Mueller sketches, if the news offers those opportunities.

    "Saturday Night Live" will welcome Donald Glover as both host and musical guest on May 5, just in time to promote "Solo: A Star Wars Story." Watch more clips from Mulaney's SNL gig.

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  15. 'The Office' & 'A Quiet Place' Got a Perfect Mashup Trailer Called 'A Dwight Place'

    Has John Krasinski seen this masterpiece?

    Krasinski is still best known to many fans as Jim from NBC's "The Office." However, he just scored big time at the box office, directing and co-starring in the horror film "A Quiet Place."

    Fans immediately made jokes and comparisons between the two projects, but YouTuber Media Muse showed real assistant to the regional manager level initiative by creating "A Dwight Place."

    The parody trailer mashup combines key scenes from "The Office" -- like "the longest silent streak in office history" -- with tense scenes and music from "A Quiet Place."

    It helps to know that, in "A Quiet Place," everyone has to stay completely silent or they'll attract Very Bad Things.

    Watch the trailer for "A Dwight Place":Brilliant.

    John Krasinski has been retweeting raves for "A Quiet Place" from the likes of Chris Pratt and Ryan Reynolds, among others. He should really give this video a push, too, since it's right up his dual alleys.

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  16. Pixar Power: Watch the New 'Incredibles 2' Trailer & a Cute Clip From 'Bao'

    Every week should include a double-dose of Pixar.

    "Incredibles 2" arrives in theaters this June, and we're just a wee bit ecstatic about that. Disney-Pixar just shared the "official trailer" on Friday -- not to be confused with all of the other trailers and TV spots out there. It's focuseds on "Mom's new job" bringing "supers" back into the spotlight. That leaves Mr. Incredible on Mr. Mom duty.

    Before "Incredibles 2" plays, fans will see the short film "Bao," which already looks and sounds adorable. Prepare to melt. And maybe get hungry. It's about a Chinese-Canadian woman feeling empty nest syndrome who gets a second chance at being a mom when one of her dumplings comes to life. "Bao" has a double meaning in Chinese -- a steamed bun, but also something treasured.

    Here's the "Bao" clip first:

    Get a taste of #Bao, our upcoming short opening ahead of #Incredibles2 June 15.

    — Disney•Pixar (@DisneyPixar) April 12, 2018

    Cozy up to #Bao, our new short in front of #Incredibles2, in theatres June 15.

    — Disney•Pixar (@DisneyPixar) April 12, 2018

    And here's the "Incredibles 2" trailer: Both the short film "Bao" and the feature film "Incredibles 2" arrive in theaters on Friday, June 15.

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  17. 'Mary Shelley' Trailer Delves Into Origins of 'Frankenstein'

    It's time for a look at the mind behind the classic novel "Frankenstein."

    The biopic "Mary Shelley" is due to hit U.S. theaters soon, and ahead of its launch, the studio has released a new trailer. The preview looks the life of the "Frankenstein" author, how she came up with the horror story, and her battle to be taken seriously. Elle Fanning plays the title character, joined by Douglas Booth as the author's husband, Bel Powley as her stepsister, and Tom Sturridge as Lord Byron, among others.

    The preview teases a complicated story, saying that "her greatest love inspired her darkest creation." There are moments of happiness, like when Mary first falls in love with poet Percy Shelley (Booth), but it also hints at loss, betrayal, and death. Watch below.

    Directed by Haifaa al-Mansour and written by Emma Jensen, "Mary Shelley" first premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. It will open stateside on May 25.

  18. 'Dark Crimes' Trailer: Jim Carrey Searches for Super Creepy Killer

    Jim Carrey is giving us what very well may be the opposite of laughs.

    The actor's 2016 film "Dark Crimes" is finally making its way to the United States, with a new trailer leading the way. Based on the preview, the film looks chilling, to say the least. Carrey plays Tadek, a detective looking into a grisly murder. At the top of his list of suspects is a crime writer who has written eerily similar stories.

    The plot and the case seem straightforward enough at first, but the trailer soon shows there are more variables at play. We don't know what they are, but they appear to set up some possibly mind-boggling twists. Watch for yourself below.

    Carrey stars in the thriller alongside Charlotte Gainsbourg, Marton Csokas, Agata Kulesza, Zbigniew Zamachowski, and Kati Outinen. The film is based on the New Yorker article "True Crime" by David Grann and Krystian Bala, and it premiered at the 2016 Warsaw Film Festival.

    "Dark Crimes" opens stateside May 11.

  19. Meet the Met Gala Robbers in Official 'Ocean's 8' Trailer

    "You're no good, you're no good, you're no good. Baby, you're no good."

    But the "Ocean's 8" team is treating us very well so far, and we can't wait to see more of them this June.

    Warner Bros. just released the official main trailer for "Ocean's 8," fully introducing the dream cast and sharing more about the plan to rob the annual Met ball.

    We see Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean -- the felon sister of Danny Ocean -- who concocted this little plan while she was busy hanging out in prison ... for over five years.

    The rest of the team includes Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna, and Helena Bonham Carter. Non-8 costars include James Corden -- who has a big presence at the start of the trailer -- and Richard Armitage.As a build-up to the trailer premiere, the official Twitter account teased out some character promos:

    Anne Hathaway is Daphne Kluger. See the new #Oceans8 trailer tomorrow.

    — Oceans8Movie (@oceans8movie) April 11, 2018

    Helena Bonham Carter is Rose. See the new #Oceans8 trailer tomorrow.

    — Oceans8Movie (@oceans8movie) April 11, 2018

    Cate Blanchett is Lou. See the new #Oceans8 trailer tomorrow.

    — Oceans8Movie (@oceans8movie) April 11, 2018

    Sandra Bullock is Debbie Ocean. See the new #Oceans8 trailer tomorrow.

    — Oceans8Movie (@oceans8movie) April 11, 2018

    No heist movie is complete without diamonds 👋🏾 say hi to your new girl Amita #Oceans8

    — Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) April 11, 2018

    .@awkwafina is Constance. See the new #Oceans8 trailer tomorrow.

    — Oceans8Movie (@oceans8movie) April 11, 2018

    See the new #Oceans8 trailer tomorrow. @oceans8movie @mindykaling @annehathaway @badgalriri @awkwafina also the perfect #sandrabullock #cateblanchett #helenabonhamcarter 🙌🏼🙌🏼

    — Sarah Paulson (@MsSarahPaulson) April 11, 2018

    .@rihanna is Nine Ball. See the new #Oceans8 trailer tomorrow.

    — Oceans8Movie (@oceans8movie) April 11, 2018

    "Ocean's 8" opens in theaters June 8th.

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  20. Tina Fey Laments Her Daughters' Hilarious Reactions to Her Work on 'Late Night'

    Tina Fey's toughest critics might just be her daughters.

    The comedian chatted with Seth Meyers on "Late Night" the evening after Meyers's second son was born (in his apartment's lobby, no less), and she did her best to prepare him for some of the trials of parenthood he hasn't yet faced. Specifically, she detailed what it's like sharing your work with them as they get older. For Fey, this has led to some undesirable but hilarious outcomes.

    The actress and her husband, composer Jeff Richmond, have two daughters, Alice and Penelope, who are 12 and 6, respectively. With Alice proving to be a comedy lover, Fey hoped that she could get her eldest into the NBC sitcom she created and starred in, "30 Rock." Unfortunately, when Alice gave it a go, she came back with the criticism that it is "too weird." To add insult to injury, she loved "Parks and Recreation," which stars Fey's close friend Amy Poehler.

    Fey hasn't tried to push "30 Rock" on Penelope yet, but her youngest did get to sit in on rehearsals while the "Mean Girls" musical was being made. Unfortunately, she didn't quite understand the spirit of the story. Instead of learning how to not be like the Plastics, Fey says, Penelope started playing "Mean Girls" at school and wanting to yell at people as Regina.

    Watch Fey recount the entertaining stories below.

    "Late Night with Seth Meyers" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

  21. 'Avengers' Stars Are 'Infatuated' With Each Other in Sweet Behind-the-Scenes Video

    It's clear everyone involved in "Avengers: Infinity War" loves Chris Pratt ... except Benedict Cumberbatch.

    But he's just being sarcastic (we think) when he calls Pratt "arduous and boring and not particularly funny."

    Cumberbatch, aka Doctor Strange, said it was on his "bucket list" to work with Chris Pratt 'cause he figured he'd be good fun. That's clearly the case in this new behind-the-scenes featurette from Marvel Studios.

    • We see Chris Hemsworth (Thor) kinda-sorta feel up Chris Pratt (Star-Lord).

    • We see Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk) hug "godfather" Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man).

    • We hear RDJ say he wasn't sure what to make of Cumberbatch before spending time with him on-and-off set, and now he's "infatuated with this guy."

    • Danai Gurira (Okoye) gushes over working with "Lizzie," aka Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch) and the other women of the MCU.

    • Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper Potts) gets nostalgic over the original "triumvirate" of Pepper, Iron Man, and Happy.

    As RDJ put it, "I get a little misty thinking about it." Same, bro.

    Speaking of being infatuated, though, did you see Tom Holland's (Spider-Man) recent interview going on about Chris Pratt?

    Tom Holland talking about his relationship with Chris Pratt.

    — everything marvel (@occmarveI) April 8, 2018

    Chris Hemsworth also said he was intimidated and "weirdly shaken" when he first met "charismatic" Chris Pratt. Sounds like he charmed everyone.

    Just the other day Marvel shared a video with the cast thanking fans for 10 years of Marvel movies (and Twitter fights). Maybe tomorrow Marvel will share another great featurette video. We have a couple of weeks left to fill until "Infinity War" opens in theaters on April 27.

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  22. Watch 'Avengers' Stars Thank Fans for 10 Years of Marvel Movies (and Twitter Fights)

    Anyone else get nostalgia + hype chills from this video? It's a special combination.

    You probably know that this year marks the 10th anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which started with "Iron Man" in 2008 and has opened 18 movies so far. "Avengers: Infinity War" will make it 19 later this month.

    A few months ago, Marvel Studios shared a Class Photo video from the cast/filmmaker 10th anniversary gathering. Now, just a couple of weeks ahead of "Avengers 3," Marvel posted a video specifically honoring the fans.

    Called "10 Years of Fandom Featurette," the video features stars Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evans (Captain America), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Anthony Mackie (Falcon), Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch), Karen Gillan (Nebula), Pom Klementieff (Mantis), and Dave Bautista (Drax).

    RDJ: "To all our amazing fans, the truth is we are here for you. We gotta thank you for 10 years of support and inspiration. You're the reason we're here."

    Awwww. They even thanked us for the Twitter fights. They know us. They really know us.

    The day after posting this video, Marvel shared another one -- even more adorable -- with the "Avengers" stars gushing over each other.

    It's all been leading up to "Avengers: Infinity War," which opens Friday, April 27.

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  23. 'The Meg' Trailer: Watch Jason Statham Fight 'the Largest Shark That Ever Existed'  

    "The Meg" official trailer and poster are "pleased to eat you," especially if you are Jason Statham.

    He's gonna need a bigger boat in "The Meg" -- which is short for Megalodon, the massive shark antagonist of this action/thriller/comedy opening in August.

    Jon Turteltaub directed the international cast, led by Jason Statham, Rainn Wilson, Li Bing-Bing, Cliff Curtis, Ruby Rose, and Masi Oka.

    Check out the trailer: That dog had better make it.

    Here's the poster:

    Here's more about "The Meg" via Warner Bros.:

    "In the film, a deep-sea submersible—part of an international undersea observation program—has been attacked by a massive creature, previously thought to be extinct, and now lies disabled at the bottom of the deepest trench in the Pacific...with its crew trapped inside. With time running out, expert deep sea rescue diver Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) is recruited by a visionary Chinese oceanographer (Winston Chao), against the wishes of his daughter Suyin (Li Bingbing), to save the crew—and the ocean itself—from this unstoppable threat: a pre-historic 75-foot-long shark known as the Megalodon. What no one could have imagined is that, years before, Taylor had encountered this same terrifying creature. Now, teamed with Suyin, he must confront his fears and risk his own life to save everyone trapped below...bringing him face to face once more with the greatest and largest predator of all time."

    (Who'd win in a fight, a Megalodon or a Demogorgon?)

    "The Meg" is currently scheduled for release on August 10th.

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  24. 'New Girl' Clip Teases Final Season With Jess's Regrets and an Ex

    The end is very, very near, so Fox is getting us ready for "New Girl" Season 7.

    The network released a new clip via EW on Monday, just a day before the premiere of the comedy's final season. With Season 7 picking up three years after the events of Season 6, we have some catching up to do on the gang's lives, and the clip gave us some important intel. Jess (Zooey Deschanel), it seems, has been making some bad decisions.

    The clip opens with Jess chatting with Cece (Hannah Simone), and she's wearing a new nose ring -- one she considers a mistake. And it turns out there's more: Jess also has a misspelled tattoo to show off, too. However, Cece, like us, is curious about more than just new ink. She wants to know what's going on with her friend and Nick (Jake Johnson), but their conversation in interrupted when one of Jess's exes shows up.

    Watch below.

    Is that relationship drama we smell? It very well could be.

    "New Girl" Season 7 premieres April 10 on Fox.

  25. Watch Chadwick Boseman Bring His 'Black Panther' Character to 'SNL'

    T'Challa is a ruler of Wakanda and the box office, but he wasn't born the king of Black Jeopardy.

    Chadwick Boseman hosted "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, and the "Black Panther" star reprised his role from the hit Marvel flick. He portrayed T'Challa in not one but two sketches, including the "SNL" parody quiz show Black Jeopardy. When pitted against contestants Shanice (Leslie Jones) and Rashad (Chris Redd), T'Challa got off to a rough start. Growing up in Wakanda, he had some gaps in his knowledge of life in America. The Wakandan leader was at a loss when faced with questions about dealing with Sallie Mae and airline baggage fees, for example.

    However, much as Black Jeopardy host Darnell Hayes (Kenan Thompson) cringed as T'Challa got used to the game, the Wakandan leader eventually caught on, and in hilarious fashion. Watch below.

    T'Challa also showed up in a "new scene" from "Black Panther" and spent some quality time with his ancestors.

    "Saturday Night Live" airs at 11:30 p.m. ET / 8:30 p.m. PT on NBC.

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