The Exchange is launching international sales of stop-motion animated comedy “Hell and Back” at Cannes, Variety has learned exclusively.
Voice cast includes Mila Kunis , Danny McBride, T.J. Miller, Bob Odenkirk, Susan Sarandon, Jennifer Coolidge and Rob Riggle.
Tom Gianas (“SNL”) and Ross Shuman (“Robot Chicken”) directed the story of two best friends who must rescue their friend after he’s accidentally dragged to hell. Producers are Corey Campodonico, Alexander Bulkey and Eric Blyler, all of “Robot Chicken.”
“The film has incredible production value, very original story and lots of physical comedy,” said The Exchange CEO Brian O’Shea. “This makes easy to translate into non-English markets.”
We just added seven new pictures from the promotional shoot from Jupiter Ascending. Check them out:
- Jupiter Jones: Destiny Is Within Us
– Caine Wise: Interplanetary Warrior
– The Wachowskis: Minds Over Matter
– Worlds Within Worlds Within Worlds
– Jupiter Ascending: Genetically Spliced
– Bullet Time Evolved
– From Earth to Jupiter
Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks are the very first guests on The Late Late Show with James Corden. The premiere episode airs next Monday, March 23 (it’s after midnight so Tuesday is more accurate). Corden takes over Craig Ferguson’s hosting duties, after he signed-off in last December.
The Late Late Show is broadcast weeknights on CBS from 12:37am-1:37am, ET/PT.
Jupiter Ascending is coming to BluRay and Bluray 3D on May 19!!! Pre-order at amazon.com
In an early announcement to retailers, Warner Bros. is preparing ‘Jupiter Ascending’ and ‘Jupiter Ascending – 3D’ for Blu-ray on May 19. Specs and supplements have not been detailed yet. Tentative suggested list prices for the Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D are $44.95
Jupiter Ascending, starring Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth and Sean Bean, is now playing in theaters. Go see it!
What’s your favorite book?
Oh, my favorite book? AJ Jacobs – anything by him I really find fun, and easy to ready. I also really like – what’s his name – Mitch Albom, anything by him I really like. He wrote a book called FOR ONE MORE DAY, I read it on a plane, and it really stuck with me, and I thought it was a really beautiful book – it starts out with him trying to commit suicide, and he ends up reliving a perfect day with his mom, and I’ve always loved that book. It was the first book that had a really significant impact on me. I got off the phone, called my mom and said “I love you. It’s a really great book.
So, you’ve worked with some notable directors: Darren Aronofksy, Sam Raimi, Paul Haggis, and now the Wachowskis. Is there any other directors you admire and/or would like to work with? Also, what was like kissing Natalie Portman?
Oh my goodness, oh you! Chris Nolan, I would love to work with… let me think… I would love to work with Alejandro González Iñárritu… I think those I would love to work with, right off the top of my head. And how was it making out with Natalie? I mean… when you have a kissing scene in a film it’s not something you think about as a kissing thing. You have all these crew around. But she’s a lovely kisser, very polite. But here’s a little-known fact: there’s one person in the world that both Ashton and I have kissed, and that’s Natalie Portman. Maybe Zoe Saldana too? Though I can’t quite recall when I played Zoe’s girlfriend in a movie…but that could also be it.
If you could travel to any place in the world, where would you go?
Right now, I kinda really want to go to Cuba. Before it gets Westernized. I would want to go to Cuba very quickly.
What was the best thing about working on “That 70s Show?” Did you ever imagine it would be as successful as it was?
You know, at 14 years old, you don’t really contemplate success and that aspect of work, you kinda do things because it’s fun to do. We had an amazing crew and cast, and I had the best 8 years of my life on the show. It’s not something you can force, it’s either something that happens or doesn’t. Yeah! Read More…