Ewan McGregor Interview’s Winnie The Pooh and His Friends in Charming New CHRISTOPHER ROBIN Promo

Here's a wonderfully charming new promo video for Disney's upcoming film Christopher Robin and it features Ewan McGregor interviewing Winnie The Pooh and his other animal friends from Hundred Acre Wood. The video also includes some new footage from the film for fans to check out. 

In the heartwarming live action adventure Disney’s Christopher Robin, the young boy who shared countless adventures with his band of lovable stuffed animals in the Hundred Acre Wood is now grown up and living in London but he has lost his way. Now it is up to his childhood friends to venture into our world and help Christopher Robin rediscover the joys of family life, the value of friendship and to appreciate the simple pleasures in life once again.

The story is set in the year 1949, and Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) is "an efficiency manager at a luggage company, tasked with finding the resources to prevent many of his workers from being laid off. That will mean missing the vacation he has planned with his wife, Evelyn (Hayley Atwell), and young daughter, Madeline (Bronte Carmichael). They’re heading to the Hundred Acre Wood while he’s stuck in London with work, when he gets a visit from his old friend Pooh. But he’s not the same person Pooh remembers."

Christopher Robin was directed by Marc Forster (World War Z) and it also stars Hayley Atwell as Christopher's wife Evelyn; Bronte Carmichael as his daughter Madeline; Mark Gatiss as Keith Winslow, Robin’s boss. As far as the voices of the characters go, Jim Cummings plays Winnie the Pooh; Chris O’Dowd plays Tigger; Brad Garrett plays Eeyore; Toby Jones plays Owl; Nick Mohammed plays Piglet; Peter Capaldi plays Rabbit; and Sophie Okonedo plays Kanga.

The movie will be released in theaters on August 3rd.

Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson Suit Up in Photos From New MEN IN BLACK Film

Some new photos have surfaced from director F. Gary Gray's upcoming Men in Black that gives us a look at Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson suited up as MIB agents. It's fun to see these two actors together again in a film! They were both fantastic in Thor: Ragnarok

They will be joined by Liam Neeson as the head of the U.K. branch of the MIB agency, Kumail Nanjiani as an alien side-kick character, and then there's Rafe Spall (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), but we don't know who he's playing. Emma Thompson also joined the cast and will reprise her role as Agent 0

Men in Black was written by Iron Man writers Matt Holloway and Art Marcum. The film is currently expected to be released on June 14, 2019.

BREAKING: A first look at the #MenInBlack reboot has LEAKED online revealing #ChrisHemsworth and #TessaThompson suited up and ready for action. 😎

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Compilation Shows How Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine Changed Over The Years

I never really thought of it until now, but Hugh Jackman is the Christopher Reeves of the modern era. I really only mean that in the sense that he did a lot of superhero films as one character, and it's going to be really hard to replace him now that he's gone. I didn't really think too hard about that before now, until it sank in just how long Jackman did Wolverine during his career. See for yourself below, and check out how much different Jackman looks from his first appearance in X-Men to his final appearance in Logan. It's quite a difference:

Check Out The Times THE GOOD PLACE Actors Forked Up In Season 2

The Good Place really doesn't get enough credit for how good of a show it is, and if you haven't checked it out yet, don't watch this video. I'm not sure if it reveals anything someone who hasn't watched the show wouldn't know already, but in the freak chance it does just go to Netflix and binge Season 1 before Season 2 comes to the platform in August. Those who ARE caught up can watch this video to their hearts content, and be amazed at how often the cast swears in a show that actively forbids it:

Watch: Simon Pegg Recalls His Days As A Young Goth

Simon Pegg is a geek, but he was also at one point a goth. I'm sure quite a few readers on the site can relate to having a goth phase, and they hopefully have a few crazy stories to share from those days as well. For Pegg, his story involves ripped pants, safety pins, and his left testicle. Learn how all those are connected in the story below, as well as how Pegg is from the place where they roll cheese down the hills:

Build-A-Bear is Giving Us an Adorable Green Power Ranger Bear

In celebration of 25 years of Power Rangers, Build-A-Bear has announced a Green Ranger bear! This guy is adorable, and I want one. It comes with the shield, but if you want the Dragon Dagger (they call it a sword) it will cost $12 extra in the US, but just look at how adorable that is.


The bear itself will retail for $28 in the US and will be released on August 2. I’m hoping that more Rangers are announced as well. I’d love an original Red Ranger or the Gold Ranger from Zeo. It’s a real shame the announcement came after the Pay-Your-Age campaign that they had so many problems with. I would’ve taken my baby girl there and gotten a steal!

Chief product officer for Build-A-Bear, Jennifer Kretchmar, said the following:

For more than two decades, the Power Rangers franchise has inspired imaginations and spurred creativity in children and young adults. As we celebrate our 20th year in business, the new Power Rangers collection at Build-A-Bear Workshop will allow original enthusiasts and the next generation of adventure-seeking fans to hug and play with the iconic rangers.

Janet Hsu, former CEO for Saban Brands, also said this:

The Power Rangers franchise has resonated with fans of all ages around the world for 24 years largely in part because many people see themselves within at least one or all of the Rangers. With Build-A-Bear Workshop, fans can now use their creativity to further identify and personalize their experience with the Power Rangers.

Do you want this Ranger bear? Is there another Ranger you want in bear form?

Everything Coming to Amazon Prime and Hulu in August


We’re almost in August and so streaming services will be updating the content available for their customers. I have included some handy lists for you including what is coming to Hulu, what is leaving Hulu, and what is coming to Amazon Prime Video.

Everything Coming to Hulu

Any title with (*Showtime) requires a subscription to the Showtime add-on.

August 1

You’re The Worst: Complete Season 2 (FX)
A.R.C.H.I.E (*Showtime)
A Good Woman
The Accused
Beavis and Butt-Head Do America
The Best Man (*Showtime)
Beverly Hills Cop
Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure
Black Hawk Down (*Showtime)
Body (*Showtime)
The Care Bears Movie
Chasing Amy
Coffee and Cigarettes
Death Do Us Part (*Showtime)
Disturbing Behavior
Dr. Strange
Erotic Getaway (*Showtime)
Foot Fist Way
Frank and Jesse (*Showtime)
The Hills Have Eyes (*Showtime)
How She Move
Hulk Vs.
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Joe the King
Kicking and Screaming
Larry Gaye: Renegade Flight Attendant
Lars and the Real Girl
Legally Blonde
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, and Blonde
Lenny Cooke (*Showtime)
The Limey
Little Odessa
Marathon Man
Permanent Midnight (*Showtime)
Phat Beach (*Showtime)
Planet Hulk
Pope of Greenwich Village
The Puffy Chair
Robocop (1987)
Robocop 2
Robocop 3
Runaway Bride
The Silence of the Lambs
Sister (*Showtime)
Six Shooter
Species 2
Species 3
Split Decisions (*Showtime)
Stake Land (*Showtime)
Tales From the Darkside
The Invincible Iron Man
Thor: Tales of Asgard
Trees Lounge (*Showtime)
Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married? (*Showtime)
Ultimate Avengers
Ultimate Avengers 2
The Usual Suspects
The Virgin Suicides (*Showtime)
Wicker Park
Wonder Boys (*Showtime)

August 2

Running Wild with Bear Grylls: Season 3 Premiere (NBC)
Avalon High
Cloud 9
Gotta Kick it Up! 
Life is Ruff

August 3

Bachelor in Paradise: Season 3 Premiere (ABC)
Adam Devine’s House Party: Complete Season 3 (Comedy Central)
W: Series Premiere (Viki)

August 4

Steven Universe: Complete Season 2 (Cartoon Network)

August 7

Basketball Wives LA: Season 5 Premiere (VH1)

August 8

T.I &Tiny: Season 5B Premiere (VH1)

August 9

Jane Wants a Boyfriend (*Showtime)
Street Dance Family (*Showtime)

August 10

Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise: Season 3 Premiere (ABC)
Shaun the Sheep

August 11

American Ultra
Michael Ian Black: Noted Expert

August 12

Casino Royale (*Showtime)
Dancing in Jaffa
Ghost Rider
Godfrey: Regular Black (*Showtime)
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
Mr. Accident (*Showtime)
Rocky Balboa (*Showtime)
Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her (*Showtime)

August 13

The Wine Show: Complete Season 1/US Premiere (ITV)
The Gift (*Showtime)

August 15

The Amazing Race: Complete Seasons 26-27 (CBS)
Bastard Executioner: Series Premiere (FX)
The Game: Complete Season 6 (CBS)
Laverne & Shirley (CBS)
Undercover Boss: Complete Seasons 5-6 (CBS)

August 16

Save the Date

August 18

Black Jesus: Complete Season 2 (Adult Swim)

August 20

King Georges
Strange Wilderness

August 23

Casual: Season 2 Finale (Hulu Original)

August 24

Ancient Aliens: Complete Seasons 7-9 (History)
Bella and Bulldogs: Complete Season 2 (Nickelodeon)
Better Late Than Never: Season 1 Premiere (NBC)
Beyond Scared Straight: Complete Season 4 (A&E)
Dance Moms: Complete Season 5 (Lifetime)
Intervention: Complete Season 14 (A&E) 

August 26

Young & Beautiful

August 31

Despertar Contigo: Series Premiere (Univision)
The Investigation: Series Premiere (MTV)
Catfish: Season 5B Premiere (MTV)

Leaving Hulu August 8

Houdini and Doyle

August 20

Bar Rescue

August 31

Foot Fist Way

Everything Coming to Amazon Prime Video

August 1

#MeToo: Now What?: Season 1
A Cinderella Story
American Gigolo
American Ninja
American Ninja III: Blood Hunt
Be Cool
Black Mask
Black Rain
Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2
Cold War
CSNY/Déjà Vu
Curse of The Starving Class
Double Whammy
Fat Man and Little Boy
Flight of The Intruder
Freedom Writers
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
Get Shorty
High Noon
Hurt Locker
I Went Down
In & Out
Jacob’s Ladder
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child
John Grisham’s The Rainmaker
King Corn
Nick of Time
No Way Out
Original Sin
Out of Time
Private Parts
Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer
Species II
Species III
Stir of Echoes
Stir of Echoes 2: The Homecoming
Teen Wolf
Teen Wolf Too
The Blair Witch Project
The Elephant Man
The Ninth Gate
The Prince and Me
The Soloist
The Time Machine
The Usual Suspects
True Colors
Tunnel Rats
Vegas Vacation

August 2

America Divided: 201

August 6

Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams

August 7

Having Our Baby
It Takes Guts

August 8

All I See Is You
Blood Ties

August 9

America Divided: 202

August 10

Agatha Christie: Season 1
Bleed for This

August 14

Avoiding Apocalypse: Season 1
The Stinky & Dirty Show: Season 2B
I Am Not Lorena

August 16

America Divided: 203

August 17


August 21

Ambassadors of The Sky
Two of A Kind

August 23

America Divided: 204

August 25

The Escape of Prisoner 614
Woman Walk Ahead

August 26


August 31

Billy The Exterminator: Season 1
Hangar 1: The UFO Files: Season 1
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: Season 1
True Tori: Seasons 1-2

Mozilla Employee Claims Google Makes YouTube Intentionally Slow On Firefox And Edge Browsers


Google may be intentionally making YouTube slower on browsers that aren't Chrome, and we now know that thanks to Mozilla's Technical Program Manager. Chris Peterson took to Twitter to make the claim, which alleged YouTube can run up to five times slower on Firefox and Edge browsers (via Tech Radar):

Google haters will agree this is a slimeball move, although one could also say it makes sense that a website runs best on the software the company who owns it makes. Me? I already use Chrome so I can't really make a comparison. Firefox and...Edge users (if there are any), have you noticed YouTube loading slower for you than other sites?

This Compilation Of Jonah Hill Getting Insulted During Interviews Will Make You Sad

For whatever reason, the press likes to take shots at Jonah Hill. The actor takes a lot of the questions in stride, but you can tell some of the comments people make without consideration of his feelings can sting. Well, that's what this compilation tells me anyway, which is only intensified by Johnny Cash's "Hurt." Check it out below, and let Jonah Hill know you love him: