Richard Linklater’s “Everybody Wants Some” Gets a Red Band Trailer
Everybody Wants Some, Richard Linklater’s spiritual sequel to Dazed and Confused looks like it will be every bit as fun based off this new red band trailer.
On top of whatever you’ve already got concocted for April 1st, you might want to add seeing Everybody Wants Some on its limited release date to the list. The release expands wide on April 8th if you are indeed to busy pulling pranks then.
Here’s the Trailer to Richard Linkater’s ‘Spiritual Sequel’ to “Dazed and Confused”, “Everybody Wants Some”
Jumping from the celebrated grand experiment that was Boyhood, director Richard Linklater is returning to his comedy form with his next offering, Everybody Wants Some.
It may be following a different gang than Dazed and Confused, but you definitely get a vibe of an 80s version of Dazed and Confused (title cards notwithstanding) in this trailer.
Look for Everybody Wants Some in theaters Fri. Apr. 15th.
Richard Linklater’s New Comedy “Everybody Wants Some” to Open SXSW
While there was the Gamergate influenced panel debacle, at least SXSW is kicking off the festivities with something big.
Everybody Wants Some, which has been touted as a spiritual sequel to Dazed and Confused, will premiere at the very opening of SXSW. Linklater is going back to the 80s in, fittingly for the festival, Austin, TX and following a college baseball team dealing with growing up.
If ever there’s a director that could make such a premise something amazing, it’ll be Linklater. If you want to catch the premiere at SXSW, free up your March.
Richard Linklater’s Untitled Baseball Comedy That’s a Spiritual Sequel to “Dazed and Confused” Set For Release in Spring 2016
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
It’ll be out on Apr. 15th, 2016 to be exact.
This highly anticipated next film from modern shapeshifting auteur Richard Linklater is going to be a comedy set in college in such a way that’s a sequel of sorts to Dazed and Confused from over 20 years ago.
While at one point it was called That’s What I’m Talking About, it’s now just an untitled baseball comedy, but we hardly think that’s going to make anyone think twice about going to see it next year.
Richard Linklater Has Just Finished Shooting What Will Be a Sequel of Sorts to Both “Dazed and Confused” and “Boyhood”
Richard Linklater, director of Before Sunrise/Sunset/Midnight, School of Rock, Slacker, and much more, is no stranger to bridging the gap between genres and being conceptual with his films like no one has before.
It might be eye-catching to read that his latest film “That’s What I’m Talking About” will follow up, in different ways, where Dazed and Confused and Boyhood left off, but it certainly shouldn’t come as a total surprise. The film centers around a college freshman balancing college life (i.e. party, party, party) with being on the college baseball team.
While that’s a little vague, Linklater has done plenty with far less of a premise and we wouldn’t be surprised if there’s an “alright, alright, alright”-style line that people endlessly quote from That’s What I’m Talking About.
Nickelodeon Orders a “School of Rock” Series
The rock comedy that had Jack Black as an unorthodox music teacher, School of Rock, is now becoming a TV series at Nickelodeon.
Nickelodeon ordered the series from Paramount TV and have yet to attach someone to play Dewey Finn, Jack Black’s character in the movie. Still, Scott Rudin and Richard Linklater, the director of School of Rock, are set to executive produce, which should instill faith as to what might happen with this show.
We’ll see next year when School of Rock the series is set to premiere.
Morning Debriefing 6/18/11
3) My favorite picture of the week with Ron Lynch and Craig Anton…
4) Everyone is saying that the 30 Minutes or Less Red Band Trailer is giving away too much? Well, at least they’re giving away that it might be worth watching:
7) Bill Hicks Tribute by Paul Provenza, Colin Hanks, Richard Linklater, Keith Olberman, and more!!!
10) ON THE HORIZON
Comedy Revolver @ Hollywood Improv Lab Tues. Jun. 21st 10PM $5
This Is Not Happening @ Hollywood Improv Thurs. Jun. 23rd 8PM $5/2 item min.
Kyle Kinane @ Hollywood Improv Fri. July 1st 8PM $18/2 item min.
Jack Follman: Recipe for Disaster Comedy @ Cafe Muse Sat. July 9th 9:30PM FREE
11) COMEDY CRAWL
It’s A Long Way Down 8PM FREE
ASSSSCAT @ UCB Theatre 8PM $10
Brian Posehn @ Hollywood Improv 8PM/10PM $20/2 item min.
Re-Animator @ Steve Allen Theater 8PM $30
Jimmy Dore @ Flappers Burbank 8PM/10PM $17/2 item min.
The Anytime Show w/Dominic Dierkes @ Underground Annex Theater 8PM $5
Pod F. Tompkast LIVE! @ Largo at the Coronet Theater 8:30PM $25
Little Dick Sports @ Hop Louie 9PM FREE
Gelmania @ UCB Theatre 10PM $10 (stand by only)
Magic Bag @ Underground Annex Theater 10PM $5
Tournament of Nerds @ UCB Theatre MIDNIGHT $5 (stand by only)
The Tomorrow Show @ Steve Allen Theater MIDNIGHT $8
12) OPEN MIC RUN
SPOT CAFE 4455 Overland Ave., Culver City, CA/Starts 2PM/feedback given at end
SAL’S COMEDY HOLE 7356 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA/Starts 6PM/$4 min./first come, first served
MARTY’S/THE OPEN MIC 7351 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA/5PM to 11PM/$5 min./multiple sets allowed/coffee & water provided
WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATER 1323-A 3rd St. Promenade, Santa Monica, CA (in alley between 3rd and 4th St.)/Sign-up (lottery) 6PM/Starts 6:30PM/no purchase necessary/4 min.
13) Saw a “comic” point out noises instead of telling jokes or do ANYTHING because apparently we weren’t on board with his weirdness, which he didn’t approve of, and then cut and run right after his set. If he was trying to make sure that people won’t come to his shows where his name is on the bill, he’s doing a damn good job.
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