After releasing a second red band trailer and a red band TV spot, Twentieth Century Fox has released a cleaner, safe-for-work, feature trailer for the upcoming comedy The Sitter.
Eschewing the "look at kids and adults curse at another" format of the red band trailers, the latest trailer adds new footage and still provides plenty of laughs. It shows a pre-weight loss Jonah Hill as a suspended college student hired to watch three neighborhood kids (Max Records, Landry Bender, and Kevin Hernandez), who then falls into all sorts of trouble while trying to mix child care and hooking up with the the girl he likes (Ari Graynor). Most of the jokes are centered around the sassy and heavily made-up character of Blithe, but newcomer Bender proves to be up to the challenge. watch the trailer >> Posted 12.01.11 by Ryan
20th Century Fox has debuted its second red band trailer in three months for the upcoming comedy, The Sitter. Depending on how you feel about comedies with adults cursing at kids, kids cursing at adults, and kids cursing at kids, this could be your kind of movie.
A throwback to 80s comedies like Adventures in Babysitting, The Sitter follows Jonah Hill as a college student on suspension who is hired to watch three neighborhood kids (Max Records, Landry Bender, and Kevin Hernandez) for the night. When the girl he likes (Ari Graynor) calls to meet up, he naturally brings the kids, and that poor decision leads to, well, the point of the movie. watch the trailer >> Posted 11.17.11 by Ryan
Just in case anyone missed the message that Jonah Hill is the worst babysitter a parent could hire to watch their children in last month's red band trailer for The Sitter, the studio has released a new international poster as well as a red band TV spot)
It's a little ironic that Fox has released an "R-rated TV spot" since The Sitter is still without a rating from the MPAA. But clearly it's not a movie parents are going to bring their children to see. Outside of finding a hundred ways to beat Hill up, the TV spot also does a good job of revealing the movie's plot, which isn't too complicated: Hill plays a recent college dropout who finds himself the unlikely babysitter for three misbehaving children (Max Records, Landry Bender, and Kevin Hernandez). When he decides to take the kids out with him so he can meet up with the girl he likes (Ari Graynor), let's just say that things don't go well in this adventure in babysitting (see what we did there?). watch the spot >> Posted 09.21.11 by Ryan
In The Sitter, Jonah Hill stars as a college student who gets suspended, moves back in with mother, and is forced into babysitting the obnoxious kids next door. Not surprisingly, mayhem ensues. In anticipation, Hollywood's Top Ten, the show where movie fans control the countdowns, wants your help selecting the Top 10 babysitting movies. Vote now for your favorites, then tune in to see if your picks make the cut.
Vote for your Top 10 Babysitting Movies >> Posted 08.12.11 by reelz
Last week, a red band trailer emerged for 20th Century Fox's The Sitter, but already the studio has released a cleaner, green band version that will be safer to enjoy at work when you should be working.
Jonah Hill stars as a college student who gets suspended, moves back in with mother, and is forced into babysitting the obnoxious kids next-door. But Hill really gets in trouble when he takes the kids with him in an attempt to hook up with the girl he likes (Ari Graynor). The R-rated comedy is an obvious throw-back to the comedies of the 1980s, something director David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express) admitted was the reason he wanted to direct the movie. "It reminds me a lot of Risky Business and a lot of those types of movies I liked when I was a kid," Green said earlier this year. watch the trailer >> Posted 08.08.11 by Ryan
Lots of this year's raunchy comedies have released a red band trailer, and while they do feature footage that would not be appropriate for a TV spot, they don't necessarily push the raunchy envelope all the way to the edge. A new trailer has just been released for The Sitter, starring Jonah Hill, and it earns its red band status in the first 5 seconds.
The movie follows a suspended college student (Hill) who is coaxed into babysitting the kids next door. Hill describes the flick as the "filthiest, R-rated babysitting movie ever made." From the looks of this trailer, it's safe to assume he's telling the truth. Watch the trailer Posted 08.05.11 by Mandy
Director David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express, All the Real Girls) was supposed to shoot his Suspiria remake last year, but with Green's Your Highness finally opening next month, the movie could be getting closer to production.
Green first wrote the script for the remake in 2008, revealing that he planned to make a "beautiful horror movie" that goes for "the vivid technicolor achievement of The Red Shoes with the intensity and fear and anxiety of The Silence of the Lambs." Green claimed later that his Suspiria would be "in the spirit" of what director Dario Argento did in the 1977 original.
In a recent interview with The Playlist, Green revealed that he wants to shoot Suspiria "next". is natalie portman still attached? >> Posted 03.29.11 by Ryan
20th Century Fox's Planet of the Apes prequel, Rise of the Apes, was originally slated to open in June, before the studio decided to allow Apes to conquer Thanksgiving weekend. Box Office Mojo reports that Apes has been moved to August 5, after Fox moved the Jonah Hill-starring comedy The Sitter from August 5 to December 9.
According to The LA Times, the move was made after Fox saw some of director Rupert Wyatt's rough footage and special effects and deemed the prequel worthy of a summer release (again). Apes will now open opposite the 3-D animated The Smurfs and the body-switching comedy The Change-Up, starring Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman.
Rise of the Apes stars James Franco as a brilliant scientist who makes a breakthrough in ape intelligence with test subject Caesar (Andy Serkis), in what will inevitably mean a war between humans and apes.
Described as "a reality-based cautionary tale," Apes was written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver (Eye for an Eye), and co-stars Tom Felton, John Lithgow, Brian Cox, and Freida Pinto. Posted 03.24.11 by Ryan