Most fans wouldn't be able to say they saw the casting of Danny McBride coming. Granted, the man's a talented actor, but given his comedic filmography, ALIEN: COVENANT is something that seems to fall outside of what fans are used to seeing him in. Show More Summary
One of the biggest mysteries around ALIEN: COVENANT (among many thousands of locked-tight details) is just what the hell Danny McBride is doing in the film. The actor is known mostly for comedy, so his appearance in this serious Ridley Scott picture is mighty intriguing. Show More Summary
Production on Alien: Covenant is happening right now, and so far we’ve gotten a couple of behind-the-scenes sneak peeks showing Katherine Waterston on the titular ship, as well as the return of Michael Fassbender as the android David. Show More Summary
Director Ridley Scott is seen going over important dialogue with Danny McBride on the set of Alien Covenant.
Yesterday brought some rather stunning news as it was reported that Noomi Rapace was on the set of Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant to, “…shoot weeks worth of scenes.” Related: ‘Alien: Covenant’: What We Know About Ridley Scott’s Next ‘Alien’ Film! While we celebrate her return, I can’t help but remember the reaction when it was […]
Plus, a first look at Michael Fassbender and Danny McBride's characters.
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-- From: http://screencrush.com/hbo-vice-principals-new-trailer/ Sure, HBO may have had a few eyes on an anticipated Sunday premiere, but we all know Danny McBride and Walton Goggins are the real draw.See for yourself, as HBO’s ViceShow More Summary
So far we’ve heard a lot about the Alien: Covenant cast — which includes Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Demián Bichir, and Jussie Smollett — but not a lot about the characters they’ll be playing. We know Michael Fassbender will...Show More Summary
After teaming up for the raunchy comedy series Eastbound & Down on HBO, director David Gordon Green and star Danny McBride return to the network this summer with Vice Principals. This time the show follows Danny McBride as a vice princpial...Show More Summary
FAKE R RATED TRAILERS: ANGRY BIRDS 0:00 The voices of Jason Sudeikis, Peter Dinklage, and Danny McBride among others has seen the tone of the new animated movie 'Angry Birds' seem more adult than was originally scripted. Submitted by:...Show More Summary
Dillon Francis does a pretty good Danny McBride in his latest video.
News broke after SXSW that Bill Murray would have a cameo appearance in HBO’s upcoming Danny McBride show Vice Principals, and on Saturday, HBO released a promo with a glimpse of his character. Like the best Bill Murray roles starting with Rushmore, he looks completely miserable. Show More Summary
Previous trailers for HBO’s Vice Principals have shown some of the outrageous hijinks that co-vice principals Danny McBride and Walton Goggins will get up to in their battle for control of the school, but neither trailer actually revealed the principal whose job they’re fighting over. Show More Summary
Despite lacking the support of his subjects, i.e., the students and faculty, vice principal Neal Gamby (Danny McBride) dreams of ruling his school as principal. As seemingly the only disciplinarian on school grounds, Gamby isn’t popular...Show More Summary
Last night was a big premiere night for HBO with the return of Game of Thrones, followed by the debuts of the new seasons of both Veep and Silicon Valley. And since millions were watching, the cable network decided to release a new Vice Principals trailer. Show More Summary
Late last year, we pointed our readers in the direction of The Paramount Vault, a YouTube channel where Paramount Pictures uploads full-length films from decades past. Admittedly, most of the movies aren't going to make you considerShow More Summary
Fans of Eastbound and Down won’t want to miss this.
When Paramount Pictures launched its Paramount Vault YouTube channel back in December 2014, it promised “full-length films and clips including selections that range from black-and-white to color, comedy to horror, and everything in between.” Naturally, it’s the part about “full-length films” that’s most apt to arouse the interest of fans. Show More Summary