Who didn't love The Hangover? Even if you were one of the last people on earth to catch the massively hyped and highly touted blackout comedy, chances are you still laughed the whole way through. Therefore, it's no surprise when a film can name drop anything that relates back to The Hangover. But there's something about Jon Lucas and Scott Moore's 21 and Over that feels eerily similar to the pair of writers' claim to fame. Jeff Chang is a straight-A college student with an important medical school interview at 8 am the next morning. When his two best friends surprisingly show up for his 21st birthday, what's meant to be a "quick beer" turns into a night of mayhem and debauchery. Check out the trailer for 21 and Over below.
While zombie's are clearly sweeping the nation as "the latest craze" (zombies are the new vampires), we should expect Hollywood to try and take the idea in a completely different directions. 50/50 director Jonathan Levine brings us a creative look at the flesh eating monsters with his newest film Warm Bodies. After a zombie falls in love with the former girlfriend of one of his victims, their romance sparks a startling discovery that may completely change the undead futuristic world. Although Warm Bodies has a premise that sounds a little (or maybe a lot) strange, it looks as though Jonathan Levine could really pull this off. Intriguing to say the least, check out the trailer for Warm Bodies below.