A older married couple (Seth Rogan & Rose Byrne) with a newborn baby face unexpected hardships after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house led by Zac Efron & Dave Franco. There is chaos, beer bongs and a whole lot of public nudity. Watch the trailer for yourself.
I say yet another, because so far, X-men: New Mutants already announced it will begin filming in May with James McAvoy and Maisie Williams (Aria from Game of Thrones) are already rumored to be part of the cast.
But as it turns out, there will be two X-Men movies being filmed side by side, and both begin production in May 2017!
The latest movie, X-Men: Supernova, has been given the working title "Teen Spirit" which would make it a sequel to X-Men Apocalypse.
Some speculate that certain actors will be appearing in both movies, which is why they are being filmed simultaneously.
That means that this summer we may be seeing James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Rose Byrne, Evan Peters, and Sophie Turner in Montreal.
Bonus: If we're really lucky, we might have both the Stark sisters hanging out in Montreal at the same time!
Honestly, Montreal is amazing; and although it's awesome all-year, it gets particularly special in the summer. The perfect combination of good weather, beautiful views, and super fun festivals makes it an ideal spot for anyone to come and spend some time at... And that includes celebrities.
If you're the type of person who does get excited at the prospect of famous people walking the exact same streets that you walk, then have I got some great news for you.
There's an influx of super talented celebrities in Montreal right now, mainly because of films, concerts, and festivals - and, if you're lucky enough, you just might get to spot one this weekend. Maybe chilling at your fave restaurant. Who knows? Anything is possible, friends. Anything.
Nick Kroll is in town for his Just For Laughs Festival play, "Oh, Hello," along with John Mulaney. He was recently spotted at Beautys, and I can't stop torturing myself wondering if he ordered the Beautys Special or not.
This super famous comedian is in town for his Just For Laughs special, LOL Live. He's also hosting a pitch panel in the city, cementing his status as an awesome comedian and an awesome person in general, IMO.
Aziz is in town for his Just For Laughs show, Master Of None. (Sidenote: My own personal life goal is to meet Aziz Ansari and thank him for changing my whole life with his Netfilx show of the same name).
Seth Rogen is returning to Just For Laughs for a special screening of Sausage Party! It's the first ever R-rated CG animated film. The all-star cast features: Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton and Salma Hayek. Not only that, Montrealers are getting treated to a special screening 2 weeks before the regular premiere.
Just For Laughs is thrilled to welcome Julia Louis-Dreyfus this year. You may know her from a little show called Seinfeld, but it’s her current show, Veep, that brings her to town. She and her fellow cast members will be hosting An evening with the Cast of Veep starring Tony Hale, Timothy Simons and showrunner David Mandel.
Gil Faizon (Nick Kroll) and George St. Geegland (John Mulaney) will take the city by storm this summer with their show Oh, Hello. They are widely known for their hit prank show Too Much Tuna. Don’t miss this dynamic, geriatric duo.
You've no doubt seen him on TV. In fact, Saturday Night Live just wouldn't be the same without him. Pharoah is bringing his wide array of celebrity impressions to town including Barack Obama, Will Smith and Denzel Washington.
Brian Regan has been doing comedy for decades. He visits almost 100 cities a year and sells out venues across the continent with his stand-up shows. Don't miss your chance to see him at Just For Laughs this summer!
July 25 - 9:00 PM | July 26, 27, 28 - 9:30 PM | July 30 - 7:00 PM
Jimmy is one of the most respected and best-loved comedians working in Britain today. Last year he appeared on The Nasty Show, this year he's bringing us his Funny Business show, which has been seen by over 300,000 people worldwide.
After weeks of hubbub and debate, the much talked of Franco-Rogen (Frogen?) film "The Interview" was released for viewing online, and theaters have still shied away from screening the movie. Not in Montreal, well, at least one cinema. Throwing any lingering fear of hackers to the wind, Montreal's Dollar Cinema in Decarie Square will begin screening The Interview this Friday, reports The Gazette.
Owner of Dollar Cinema Bernie Gurberg called Sony, and was surprised at the company's willingness to give him access to the film. No other theatre has done the same, and according to Gurberg, Dollar Cinema will be the only movie joint in all of Quebec to show The Interview.
Gurberg plans to begin screening The Interview this Friday, and, if there is warranted demand, will run the film on both of Dollar Cinema's screens at the affordably price of $5. The two rooms can hold 600 and 500 movie goers at once, although it will be interesting to see how the film's initial online release will affect the amount of Montrealers who actually head to the cinema to see it.
Being one of the only cities with citizensproclaiming "fvck it" and wishing to screen The Interview, even midst the initial banning of the movie due to fear of enraged North Korean hackers, it seems fitting a Montreal theatre would be one of the few in Canada to screen the Frogen film. I've yet to see the movie, so I hope it'll live up to all of this hype, which I still think was an elaborate ploy by Sony to boost the film's rep.