The Righteous Gemstones Gets a Full, Glorious Trailer
Looks like Danny McBride, John Goodman, Adam Devine, and Edi Patterson are going to serve up something, if we may, so damn “righteous” in this televangelist family satire, The Righteous Gemstones. Every bit we see of this looks like the perfect follow-up for McBride after Vice Principals and, thankfully, the premiere isn’t too far from now on Aug. 18th on HBO.
In the meantime, please enjoy the full trailer for The Righteous Gemstones here.
The Righteous Gemstones, Danny McBride’s New HBO Series, Gets First Teaser Trailer
Fans of Eastbound & Down, Vice Principals, and anything Danny McBride may rejoice as McBride is returning to HBO with his televangelist satire The Righteous Gemstones.
Set for its series premiere on Aug. 18th, it sure looks like McBride is back in full, lovable scoundrel form along with a perfectly cast John Goodman and Adam Devine. Together, they’re playing a scandalous televangelist family and you’ll probably want to set a reminder to watch when it debuts.
Get a look for yourself with the first teaser trailer for Righteous Gemstones here.
Danny McBride Takes Boneheaded Vengeance on the Housing Market Crash in “Arizona” (Trailer)
Almost without question, Danny McBride has made America fall in love with his spot on portrayals of misguided rage. Watching such a thing with the backdrop of the current moment is even more perfect pairing than when Foot Fist Way was whispered about between Adam McKay and Will Ferrell.
Arizona, a feature film debut for director Jonathan Watson and writer Luke Del Tredici (producer on 30 Rock, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Bored to Death), follows McBride as a victim of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis/House Market Crash from almost a decade ago who opts to get revenge.
If The Big Short had a cinematic universe, this would likely be a story within it.
The trailer promises some dark fun and you can see all of it for yourself here.
Arizona hits theaters later this month on Aug. 24th.
Danny McBride Channels Little a Bit of Travis Bickle in Trailer for 2nd and Final Season of “Vice Principals”
Not in recent memory can we remember revenge looking like such fun as Danny McBride’s foolishly headstrong Neal Gamby is hellbent on revenge in the second and conclusive season to Vice Principals on HBO with the “help” of Walton Goggins’ Lee Russell.
The result, according to this official season 2 trailer, has Gamby attempting to be a True-Detective-Taxi-Driver (Gamby is definitely taking cues from Bickle’s playbook in Scorsese’s Taxi Driver) type, but doing so as only McBride can.
Season 2 of Vice Principals premieres on HBO on Sunday, September 17th.
Vice Principals Season 2 Has Danny McBride on the Hunt in This Promo
Spoiler alert for all those who have not watched season 1.
Though it might not seem like there’s any room left to escalate the tension for Vice Principals, it looks like second and final season of the show will just do that.
See for yourself in this promo released over the weekend.
Then, catch the season premiere on Sunday, September 17th on HBO.
Vice Principals Season 2 Teaser Seems to Have Danny McBride Seems to Go a Tab Bit Crazier
Keep in mind the second season is the final season of Vice Principals.
Knowing Danny McBride and Jody Hill work, we have no doubt they’ll being going for broke (even more than they already have) with this series knowing that they don’t have to bring anyone back next year.
So, as a nod to all of that, here’s a teaser of what’s to come on Sunday, September 17th on HBO.
Danny McBride Completely Got Away with Being a Skateboard Poser as a Kid
Danny McBride stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote Vice Principals and shared a story from his childhood wherein he completely fabricated his skills as a skateboarder.
You can actually see some influence for his beloved TV series and movies from this story of how McBride got away with being a ‘total poser’.
Watch Danny McBride Interrupt a Farewell Tribute as Only He Can on “Vice Principals”
You watched the series premiere of Vice Principals on HBO last night, right?
If, for some reason, not, watch this clip please (FYI, Bill Murray is in it too).
Danny McBride and Walton Goggins Make Their Debut as Two of the Most Conniving “Vice Principals” Ever Tonight
10:30PM on HBO.
The series premiere of Vice Principals is tonight on HBO and, having gotten to see a sneak preview of the first two episodes, we’ll say that Danny McBride, Jody Hill, and David Gordon Green probably exceed whatever expectations you have for the series.
All of the unapologetic buffoonery from Eastbound and Down comes to the setting of a high school, but what makes the series especially exciting is that you know that it’s only going to last 18 episodes. Because of that, there’s an even juicier tension through the catastrophic shenanigans between McBride and Goggins trying to become the lone principal as their days are numbered.
Again, watch it at 10:30PM tonight.
HBO, Alamo Drafthouse, and The Regent present a special sneak preview of the first two episodes of the upcoming Vice Principals starring Danny McBride and Walton Goggins on Tuesday, July 12th at 8PM at The Regent Theater (448 S. Main St., Los Angeles, CA).
Admission is free with RSVP and you can (and should) get in on that here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows/events as well as open mics and maps are embedded at www.thecomedybureau.com.
“Vice Principals” Is Self-Cancelling After Two Seasons on HBO
All 18 episodes have been written and shot already.
Originally, Vice Principals was written as a long movie that got made even longer and then chopped up into just two seasons that will air by Danny McBride and Jody Hill. In this way, McBride and Hill got to tell the story they wanted to tell on their terms with very little meddling from HBO.
That’s faith from a network that believes that McBride, Hill, and EP/director David Gordon Green will probably make something else great not too long after Vice Principals ends and, with the freedom they’ve been granted, will look to HBO first.
HBO’s Vice Principals Look Like Some Downright Fun Mayhem in This New Trailer
TV’s got a new favorite rivalry to watch: Danny McBride vs. Walton Goggins.
They’ll be squaring off as the pettiest and also most ruthless vice principals that high schools have ever seen.
Just see for yourself in this new trailer.
Vice Principals premieres on July 17th at 10:30PM on HBO.
Here’s a Brand New Promo for “Vice Principals” Featuring More Fighting Between Walton Goggins and Danny McBride
The petty squabbling between two vice principals has never looks good. If it’s between the VPs played by Walton Goggins and Danny McBride in front of a principal played by Bill Murray on HBO’s upcoming Vice Principals, that’s a different story.
See what we’re all in store for in this new promo, then catch the series premiere on July 17th at 10:30PM on HBO.
Vice Principals to Premiere on HBO on July 17th
Don’t you just love Danny McBride going insane while working in a school?
While the legend of Kenny Powers has come to an end, Danny McBride and his take no BS attitude will be returning to HBO this summer. McBride and Jody Hill’s Vice Principals has Danny in a showdown of school administrators for the title of principal against another vice principal played by Walton Goggins.
Look for the vp mayhem to begin on Sunday, July 17th at 10:30PM on HBO.
“Vice Principals” Teaser Pits Danny McBride Versus Walton Goggins as School Administrators
Danny McBride is returning to HBO for yet another series that affords McBride more taunting, shouting, and overall histrionics.
Unlike Eastbound and Down, McBride will actually be a vice principal that is competing against another vice principal played by go-to-villain-from-the-south Walton Goggins for the title of principal at their school.
Look for the showdown to begin when Vice Principals premieres on HBO in July.
Here’s a New Trailer for “Rock the Kasbah” with Even More Bill Murray Moments
The upcoming Rock the Kasbah from Barry Levinson and Mitch Glazer starring Bill Murray has just released what is probably its best trailer yet.
Bill Murray is in full Bill Murray form as a desperate tour manager stuck in Afghanistan as you can clearly see here.
Look for Rock the Kasbah in theaters on Fri. Oct. 23rd.
Watch Red Band Trailer For Stop Motion Animation Hell Adventure Comedy “Hell and Back”
T.J. Miller, Mila Kunis, Bob Odenkirk, Susan Sarandon, Rob Riggle, Danny McBride, and Nick Swardson voice the characters for this stop motion animation romp through the underworld, Hell and Back, where two friends try to rescue their friend from the mistaken clutches of hell.
The writing and directing includes three Robot Chicken alums, Ross Shuman, Hugh Sterbakov, and Zeb Wells as well as Tom Gianas who has written on and directed anything from SNL, Mr. Show, Drunk History, Human Giant.
An R-rated stop motion animated comedy already peaked our interest, but this red band trailer should make Hell and Back all the more intriguing to you when it premieres Oct. 9th.
Danny McBride and Jody Hill Are At It Again With “Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter”
They’ve teamed up for Foot Fist Way, Eastbound and Down, Vice Principals, and now, this.
Jody Hill and Danny McBride, the minds and talent behind the man myth that is Kenny Powers are collaborating yet again on a new feature project along with Josh Brolin attached and Scott Rudin producing. Other than those details and that Hill is directing and co-wrote the script with McBride and frequent collaborator John Carcieri, we only know that this project will be called Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter.
Our guess would be that it might be in the realm of Talladega Nights and Eastbound, but focusing on McBride as a hilariously foul-mouthed bad-ass hunter trying to cement his hunting legacy.
Hopefully, we’ll find out the exact details soon.
Zach Galifianakis and Kristen Wiig Are Some Charming, Hapless Bank Robbers in “Masterminds” Trailer
More intriguing than a heist that involves stealing $17 million is the fact that Zach Galifianakis and Kristen Wiig will be goofing around in the movie that’s based around the true life story of said heist.
Fans of 2001′s Bandits might dig this a lot, but we have a feeling that this will be a big Summer comedy hit with direction from Jared Hess and writing from a team including Jody Hill and Danny McBride..
Cameron Crowe’s “Deep Tiki” Now Called “Aloha” and Gets a Trailer
Last year, we caught wind of what might be a “Hawaii rocket launch rom com” in Cameron Crowe’s latest film, which was called Deep Tiki at the time.
Since then, the movie’s title has changed to Aloha and the first trailer has arrived. Where it will end up the Cameron Crowe spectrum of romantic comedies from Say Anything to Almost Famous to Elizabethtown has yet to be seen. The love triangle between Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, and Rachel McAdams seems to lean more in tone towards Elizabethtown, but the presences of Danny McBride, Alec Baldwin, and Bill Murray lean more towards Say Anything.
Either way, we’re intrigued to see another trailer as well as the movie itself.