A number of films will come to theaters this spring. Here are five them that are real and not fake.
THE BUTT END
An unassuming suburban proctologist (Norm Macdonald) leads a secret double life as a popular stand-up comedian in the city.
Inspired by Nora Ephron’s Julie & Julia, an English PhD candidate named Roger (Bill Hader) dedicates a year of his life to producing synonyms for all the words to have appeared in the original 1852 edition of Roget’s Thesaurus — lists of which synonyms he then publishes on his strangely popular blog.
Actor and comedian JB Smoove (playing himself) opens a Jamba Juice franchise, to great and unexpcted success, in one of LA’s toughest neighborhoods.
SMOOVIE TWO: 41 WHEATGRASS SHOTS
The hardly-anticipated sequel to Smoovie, in which JB Smoove’s Jamba Juice location becomes the site of reconciliation between police and area residents following the shooting by an officer of an unarmed black man.
An almost identical film to The Butt End (above) in every way, except featuring JB Smoove in role of proctologist.