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Video: Future Performs “Low Life” with The Weeknd, “March Madness” on ‘SNL’

posted by Oscar March 6, 2016

Future was last night’s musical guest on Saturday Night Live bringing his hit machine genius to late night TV. Future performed “Low Life” accompanied by The Weeknd, and later her returned to the stage to do “March Madness.”

But the love for Future wasn’t limited the music segments. Earlier on in the show Jonah Hill showed off his appreciation for the Atlanta rapper’s music during his opening monologue, performing Future’s and Drake’s hit collab “Jumpman.” Not only that, but in the “Weekend Update” segment he appeared once more in a feature called “News From the Future.”

Check out the performance of “Low Life” above, and hit the jump to find the rest of Future’s appearances throughout the episode. Continue Reading

Films

Trailer: 22 Jump Street

posted by Alberto December 16, 2013

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The official trailer for the sequel to 21 Jump Street starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum was released earlier today. This time around, the guys will be making a return to college. It definitely looks like its going to be hilarious. Check out the trailer for 22 Jump Street up above.

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Video: ‘Pineapple Express 2’ – Official Trailer

posted by Oscar April 1, 2013

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Fan of Pineapple Express?! The boys got together and…. did NOT make a sequel to the film. As an April Fools prank, Seth Rogen released a mock trailer for Pineapple Express 2 that actually serves as a very brief look into his other, real project called This Is The End. The fake trailer features actors James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson (who appears somehow even though his character died in the first movie) and Jonah Hill. It’s (purposely) poorly made and hilarious. See it above.

Update: Seth Rogen has released the official red band trailer for This Is The End to make up for the prank. Check it out after the jump.  Continue Reading