Tracy Morgan

2010 was a good year for Jesse Eisenberg and Melissa Leo. While Eisenberg was wowing audiences with his performance in The Social Network, Leo was simultaneously turning heads for her role as an overbearing, white trash mother in The Fighter. And Tracy Morgan, well, Tracy Morgan is insane. So watching this trio team up in Phil Dorling and Ron Nyswaner’s new comedy, Why Stop Now, should be something of a treat; especially since the powers that be seem to have cast each actor in roles that place them firmly in their comfort zones.

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What if there were a shirt that would drive women around you into an uncontrollable sexual stupor? That’s the central conceit behind Chick Magnet, and of course the second big question is how to explain to her why you want to keep your shirt on during sex. The trailer for the low budget sex comedy definitely shows its limitations, but there’s at least a little bit to chuckle at here and a heart that will inevitably be involved (since one of the characters wants to use the shirt to get his crappy ex-wife back). Plus, somehow the production tricked Tracy Morgan, Kristen Bell and Rosario Dawson into making appearances as themselves. For those keeping score, an unknown writer/director and writer/producer (named Ryan R. Williams and Jeff Venables) created a movie where every woman wants to sex them up, and they somehow convinced Bell and Dawson to be two of those women. So, yeah, check it out:

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Drinking Games

With Cop Out, Kevin Smith tried something new. It’s up to the film watcher rather than the film critic to decide whether it was a hit or a miss. But like Smith’s video commentary in his previous films’ DVDs, you might want to join in with some drinks while you watch this Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan buddy cop flick.

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr kicks ass with Kick-Ass and laughs it up at Death at a Funeral

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin and Neil invite you to experience a milestone in Fat Guy history… both Fat Guys have seen the new films this weekend, and they pretty much agree. Get your fire-and-bimstone umbrellas ready!

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Tracy Morgan and Juliette Binoche

First Tracy Morgan saddles up with Bruce Willis and director Kevin Smith to make one of 2010’s early contenders for biggest disappointment of the year in Cop Out. Now he’s being cast in an ensemble cop drama alonside Juliette Binoche? From director Dito Montiel, of Fighting and A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints fame? This is all very confusing.

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Kevin Carr sits his chubbiness down weighs in on Cop Out and The Crazies.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin and Neil celebrate the end of the February movie season by barely seeing any movies. Neil copped out on Cop Out and neither of the Fat Guys were able to see The Crazies before recording.

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Experiencing the two men in a joint interview, as Film School Rejects did, can be a jarring experience. On the day of our roundtable, a sweatsuit clad Morgan burst into the room in a frenzy of enthusiasm, making small talk with the other journalists and enjoying a back and forth with some writers over a scene in which his character punches a kid after being kicked in the balls.

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Cop Out Review

In Cop Out, for the first time, Kevin Smith takes on a script for hire. In place of Jay, Silent Bob, his other stock View Askew-niverse characters, the filmmaker works with screenwriters Robb and Mark Cullen to give us his 21st century version of the age-old interracial buddy cop formula.

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Kevin Smith’s latest film hits theaters this coming Friday, and no matter what you think of him and his chubby-dude affairs with Southwest Airlines, there’s a chance you’re curious about the flick. With that in mind, we’ve assembled a few gift bags for some of our most loyal readers. These prizes include flashlights that you can use to beat up your friends and enemies, hats, t-shirts and even a gym bag for all of your drug money gym clothes.

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Oddly, it is also that joke from Kevin Smith’s upcoming comedy Cop Out that just won’t go away. You know the one…

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Warner Bros. Pictures has released their final press kit for the upcoming buddy cop comedy Cop Out, directed by Kevin Smith, and we thought we’d share some of the goodies. We know how much you all love photo galleries, so it can’t hurt.

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Here comes something fun — the red band trailer for Kevin Smith’s upcoming film Cop Out. Unlike the standard trailer, this one brings the cursing, brings the dick jokes and brings some Tracy Morgan-on-kid violence.

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When Jack finds out that Liz and Danny (Cheyenne Jackson) are hiding a strictly physical workplace relationship, he becomes jealous and attempts to break them up.

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Question of the day: Can you make comedy work in a 2-minute trailer? You be the judge.

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A Couple of Something

There goes my pitch to make the cross-over sequel A Couple of Dicks in a Box.

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After being threatened by his enemy in Washington D.C., Devon Banks (Will Arnett), Jack must make sure the first episode of Liz’s “Dealbreakers” talk show goes off without a hitch, which first involves calming Liz’s performance anxiety.

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Jack, disgusted at a rift in the Geiss family, vows to get a vasectomy so as to never have kids and convinces Tracy, who’s frustrated at his son Tracy Jr. (Bobb’e Thompson), to do the same. Liz learns the rules of New York real estate.

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KevinSmith

On the 16th anniversary of the first public screening of Clerks, we get personal with the man, the myth, the lunchbox as he rips his heart off his sleeve and slams it down on the table.

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