In new comedy Band Aid, Adam Pally and Zoe-Lister Jones are a married couple who can’t stop fighting, so they turn their fights into songs and start a band together – to try and save their marriage.
Band Aid is written / directed by Zoe Lister Jones and also starsFred Armisen, Jessie Williams, Jamie Chung, Brooklyn Decker…
The comedy is why I want to watch. I also really enjoyed Adam Pally as Peter Prentice in The Mindy Project (2012 – ). Therefore this may be good. My hope is that the characters don’t sing as badly as they do in this trailer throughout too much of the movie.
Starring Aubrey Plaza, Fred Armisen, Alison Brie and Dave Franco, The Little Hours is a new comedy set in the middle ages. The story follows a young servant who is fleeing from his master and takes refuge at a convent full of emotionally unstable nuns…
I want to find out where writer / director Jeff Baena goes with this seemingly crazy story. Maybe it’ll become one of my favourite comedies. Maybe…?
Nick Offerman, John C Reilly, Kate Micucci and Molly Shannon also star.
7 Days In Hell is HBO’s new sports comedy/ TV movie starring Andy Samberg, Kit Harrington, Mary Steenburgen, Fred Armisen and many more including Serena Williams and John McEnroe who play versions of themselves.
Shot in the style of a documentary expose, the TV movie focuses on the rivalry between two fictional tennis players, known to be the greatest of all time and their 2004 match that lasted 7 days. The concept is definitely nuts, but in the very best way.
All I know of Kit Harrington is that he is / was in that massively successful TV Show, Game Of Thrones, a series I’m still yet to watch, but something tells me that his Seven Days In Hell character, Charles Poole is very different to Jon Snow in an exciting way.
I’m expecting great performances from the entire cast, but besides Kit Harrington’s character, I really hope there’s plenty of Fred Armisen as the Tennis Historian because my, that accent is really rather good / brilliantly entertaining.