One-time actor and current director Jordan Peele recently announced that he was quitting on-camera work to focus entirely on his direction and writing. Apparently, that had something to do with the poop emoji.
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Yes, The Emoji Movie seems like a horrifying cash grab that’s going to be about as hip and cool as that Steve Buscemi meme everyone loves. But Sony’s put the opening scene of the movie online to reveal the premise of the film, and it turns out the life of an Emoji is pretty shitty... regardless of whether or not…
Yes, it’s true. Patrick Stewart is shit. The voice of the shit emoji, to be more specific, in the upcoming Emoji Movie. This casting tidbit was just one of many pieces of news Sony Pictures Animation released at an event today in Los Angeles.
And no, that headline isn’t only a judgment, that’s also what happens in the first trailer.
This image from the Emojimovie fills me with existential dread. The smile that looks coincidentally like Wyldstyle from the LEGO Movie. The bandage/bandanna on the high five. The bow-tied poo with raised eyebrows. The presence of T.J. Miller (Deadpool), James Corden (Into the Woods), and Ilana Glazer (Broad City)…
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The idea of an emoji movie is, to quote one colleague, “a nightmare from which we will never awaken.”
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