"You're probably asking yourself how a stork, a girl, and a baby wound up in this situation?" WB has unveiled a new trailer for their animated comedy Storks, written & co-directed by Nicholas Stoller, behind the films Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek, Neighbors and Neighbors 2. Show More Summary
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Anyone who follows movies with any kind of regularity knows that the MPAA has some oddly specific qualifications when it comes to rating theatrically released films. For example, it turns out that they have some very strange rules when...Show More Summary
Director Nicholas Stoller said a reporter's inquiry prompted his decision to have the character of Pete Regazolli (Dave Franco) come out as gay in "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising." Stoller told Yahoo! News that at a press junket for 2014's...Show More Summary
Making a good sequel is not easy. Making a good sequel to a comedy seems to be even more difficult. When Nicholas Stoller was tasked with making a follow-up to his box office hit Neighbors, he went looking at other comedy sequels that were successful in an attempt to find inspiration for his own. Show More Summary
"Just you dancing is enough to distract the entire sorority?" Universal has debuted a new red band trailer for Nicholas Stoller's Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, the sequel to the college kids vs adults comedy Neighbors starring Zac Efron, Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne. Show More Summary
Andy Samberg and Kelsey Grammer star in the new trailer for "Storks," the animated comedy from Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland.
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"Hey Neighbors - let's shut this sht down." Universal has debuted the first trailer for the sequel Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, directed once again by comedy mastermind Nicholas Stoller (who also directed the first one). The main bunch is returning from the first movie, including Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne. Show More Summary
Nicholas Stoller was on a panel for the second season of The Carmichael Show on NBC for the Television Critics Association. After the panel, I spoke with Stoller one-on-one for updates on his many movie projects, including the comedy...Show More Summary
"We have perfected and streamlined the process, devising a zero mistake workflow." Warner Bros has debuted a trailer for their new animated movie called Storks, which is actually co-directed by Nicholas Stoller, the director of the comedies Neighbors, Get Him to the Greek and Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Show More Summary
Storks is an animated feature by directors Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland about the company of storks that used to deliver human babies. Although the storks have given up baby delivery in favor of delivering packages, when a baby is accidentally produced it must be delivered by a young stork and human before their boss finds […]
Nicholas Stoller has already made a name for himself as a comedy director with films like Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Neighbors, and now he’s branching out with his first animated feature. Co-directed by Stoller and Pixar vet DougShow More Summary
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the teaser trailer from their upcoming animated film "Storks," which you can check out below. The film is directed by Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland, and features the voice talents of Andy Samberg, Kelsey Grammer, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. Show More Summary
From what we've heard about Nicholas Stoller's Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, the film will feature some big elemental changes that make it different from the first movie. Most notable is that, as the title implies, there will be a sorority causing chaos this time around instead of a fraternity. Show More Summary
Nicholas Stoller's Neighbors was a surprise hit at the 2014's box office, making Universal some much needed money in its early summer run. So naturally, on the heels of their year of good fortune, they've decided that to keep the streak alive they're going to need a sequel. Show More Summary
"Why is she here?" That's what director Nicholas Stoller remembers thinking when Rose Byrne came to audition for the part of a raunchy pop star in his 2010 comedy Get Him to the Greek. The director knew ??the 35-year-old Australian actress primarily as an Emmy-nominated actress from the TV legal thriller Damages, and she looked...
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Seth Rogen and Zac Efron's raunchy comedy Neighbors was the surprise hit of last summer. Not only did it cost $18 million to make and earn $268 million worldwide, the film directed by Nicholas Stoller earned top-notch performances from the entire cast. Show More Summary
Seth Rogen and Zac Efron will team up again for a sequel to "Neighbors," last summer's blockbuster comedy from Universal. Rose Byrne will also return to play Rogen's wife and director Nicholas Stoller is on board, The Hollywood Reporter...Show More Summary