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One Of These Five Actors Should Replace Bradley Cooper In ‘The Crow’
Wednesday, August 24 by

Just pick on of these five and make the damn movie. Or we can all just watch the original and enjoy that for the next 20 years. That sounds nice, too.

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Will Ferrell’s ‘Casa de mi Padre’ Trailer Is Hilarious (Maybe)
Thursday, April 14 by

If you thought your mom had a hard time understanding Will Ferrell before, just wait until this arrives on Netflix.

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Johnny Depp Bows Out Of Non-Pirate Movie
Tuesday, February 22 by

Johnny Depp has left Emir Kusturica’s The Seven Friends of Pancho Villa and the Woman With Seven Fingers after realizing the role calls for a Mexican actor and he can’t pull that off no matter what he does with his facial hair.

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Will Ferrell’s Spanish Comedy Is A Tangled Web
Monday, January 17 by

Will Ferrell’s ‘Casa de mi padre’ is having an identity issue. On one hand it’s lost its title, but on the other it has plot details.

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Bernal and Hudson Turn ‘Heaven’ Into Hell
Thursday, January 13 by

The trailer for A Little Bit of Heaven has just been released. It’s exactly what you’d expect from a Kate Hudson movie, and nothing you would expect from a Gael Garcia Bernal film.

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A Little Bit of Heaven
Friday, January 7 by

Director: Nicole Kassell Cast: Kate Hudson, Gael Garcia Bernal Synopsis: It’s a comedy about a guarded woman who finds out she’s dying of cancer, but when she meets her match,…

Cast of Will Ferrell’s ‘Casa De Mi Padre’ is Muy Bueno
Friday, September 10 by

Will Ferrell's upcoming film, Casa de mi padre, has unveiled its secret weapon: Mexicans! Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, both natives of Mexico, have joined the cast of the Spanish language film which producers say will be shot in the style of an “overly dramatic telenovela.”

Considering Bernal was in Y tu mamá tambié and Luna was in Milk, the odds of the film having a homoerotic scene just went through the roof. Couple that with middle-America's current love of all things Mexican, and you've got yourself a guaranteed hit on your hands. (Collider)