Kate McKinnon as “Morgan” and Mila Kunis as “Aubrey” in THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME.
The just released trailer for The Spy Who Dumped Meis definitely amusing, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a bonafide hit when it hits theaters August 3.
Best friends Audrey (Mila Kunis) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon) are thrust into a world of espionage and danger after Audrey’s ex-boyfriend (Justin Theroux) arrives to her apartment attempting to escape a group of assassins. After this life threatening incident, the ladies are on the run in Europe, with only a charming British agent (Sam Heughan) possibly serving as their best chance of survival.
Both Kunis and McKinnon have proven to be quality comedic actresses, and their mutual love for self-deprecating humor should lend itself well with this comedy. The James Bond opening credits homage is also a wonderful touch to the trailer, and hopefully this film will just be as good, if not better, than this clip. Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think!
Aside from being an action star and wrestling icon, John Cena is now part of the animated universe. as he lent his voice to titular character in Ferdinand. From the creators of Ice Age and Rio, Ferdinand heads to Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD and DVD on March 13.
The story centers on Ferdinand (Cena), a giant yet kind bull who is torn from his home after being mistaken for a dangerous beast. Banding together with a group of misfit friends, Ferdinand goes on a quest to clear his name and return to his family. The flick, which also features the voices of Anthony Anderson, Jeremy Sisto, and Kate McKinnon, had a worldwide gross of over $238 million.
Each version contains the “Home” music video, a photo gallery and a plethora of featurettes (including “Ferdinand’s Guide to Healthy Living” with John Cena, “A Goat’s Guide to Life,” “Ferdinand’s Team Supreme,” “Spain Through Ferdinand’s Eyes,” and “Confessions of a Bull-loving Horse”).
Leap!, an animated film feature the voice talents of ElleFanning, Nat Wolff, Maddie Ziegler, and Kate McKinnon, hits Blu-ray and DVD November 21 via Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
The plot centers on Félicie, an 11-year-old who travels to Paris with her best friend Victor (Wolff) to pursue her dreams of becoming a dancer (Victor is an aspiring inventor). Ziegler voices the role of a conniving classmate of Félicie who serves as one of her main obstacles in the pursuit of dancing. Mel Brooks and singer/songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen round out the voice cast.
Click on the media bar to hear Kate McKinnon talk about playing three characters in Leap!:
Special features include the featurette “In The Recording Booth with Kate McKinnon, Nat Wolff and Maddie Ziegler” and a behind-the-scenes video gallery (“The Birth of a Dream,” “Animating the Dance,” “Reconstructing 19th Century Paris”).
In Leap!, Elle Fanning (The Neon Demon) is the voice of Félicie, an 11-year-old orphan who travels to Paris to become a dancer while her best friend Victor (Nat Wolff) has designs of becoming an inventor. To achieve her dancing dreams Félicie pretends to be the child of a wealthy family to gain admittance to the Opera Ballet School in Paris.
Her path to success is fraught with obstacles, and some of the people at the school are not exactly the friendliest of sorts. Last seen in The Book of Henry, Maddie Ziegler co-stars as Camille Le Haut, a devious classmate of Félicie whose mother Régine (Kate McKinnon) is just as unsavory.
“Being in the dance world, I could relate to this character and this movie in so many ways” said Ziegler, who was seen with Shia Labeouf in the acclaimed Sia video ‘Elastic Heart.’ “It’s all about dance which was so cool and I decided to be a part of it for that reason.”
Click on the media bar below to hear Ziegler talk about her role in Leap!: