We're not really sure what to say about the trailer for Jack & Diane, an indie romantic drama and maybe even…supernatural thriller (above)?
Juno Temple and Riley Keough star as two lesbians in love who live in New York City. Feelings between the couple turn sour once Jack discovers that Diane is moving, but that's when we get a little lost.
Rumor has it this flick has something to do with werewolves and subtle hints in the trailer seem to be pointing in that direction. For one, the titles boast that "Love can be so strong it devours us." Plus one of the girls drops this line: "I just wanna, like, unzip my body and put you in there."
We're not sure what that means, but we are sure of one thing — Kylie Minogue is in it! As one of the character's seductive, tatted up lesbian lover no less!
That's all we needed to see to know that we'll be watching this when it comes to VOD on September 28 or hits theaters on November 2. Are U innerested at all?
Charity Wakefield DOES look pretty fab here — but we don't have high expectations for reboots anymore.
Though, we admit that it's being described as a reinvention of the 1960s sitcom. It's still about The Munsters, a family of monsters — vampires, werewolves and Frankenstein, and their normal human cousin, regardless. Apparently it will feature striking visuals like Fuller’s ABC dramedy Pushing Daisies.
And Pushing Daisies was incredible, so we're starting to give this the benefit of the doubt.
How are you feelin' about this reboot, Mockingbird Lane???
They sold these precious wedding pics for charity, and that generous gesture just makes us even happier to see them!
And it sounds like everyone was happy on that big day as their friends and family burst into applause when George and his British human rights barrister bride were announced as husband and wife.
Even though all eyes were on the big Hollywood wedding, they kept it all close to home as they had Nora Sagal, the daughter of friends, sing Irving Berlin's Always at their ceremony, which is the same song George's parents danced to at their wedding. This seriously proves George is a true romantic!
We mean, just check out what he's already saying about married life: