Zach Galifianakis can do anything he wants in Hollywood, and what he wants to do is showcase his love of ladywigs and the use of the southern accent. That’s exactly…
Once again, they’re so hot right now.
Just announce Ben Stiller already, guys. Come on.
The feature film debut of ‘Mad Men’s’ Matthew Weiner.
He won’t be getting naked. Or even appearing in it.
I feel like these two have worked together before.
Most movies have some kind of source material, but movies based on TV shows have a particularly terrible history. From buddy cops so predictable you can recite the plot lines…
Another industry veteran, William H. Macy plays the part of “Don Twombly”, the hard-nosed boss of Marmaduke's owner. The wealthy businessman manages “Bark Organic”, a premium dog food brand. With…
Surprisingly, it’s not a Wes Anderson movie.
If you're interested in the popular 2006 Pixar animated film "Cars", then you should know the "Cars" movie characters. "Cars" has dozens of characters, both primary and secondary – each of which…
Pixar’s second worst movie. Boring, stupid, and full of bad creative decisions.
Finally, all the unanswered questions from ‘Cars’ will be cleared up.
May be a love letter to Woody Allen’s favorite era and its greatest artists, but it’s superficial and dull.
These funny comedy movies of the 2000s command attention, as they kept the interest of many movie-goers due to hilarious moments seen throughout these films. The following movies will always…
Over the years, Fox’s proposed reboot of 1947’s ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ has collected more comedian interest than a hot asian girl at a stand-up club wearing a tight Ghostbusters t-shirt.
It was either him or Vince Vaughn.
The two posters released today represent the yin and yang of cinema. The id and ego. Highbrow and lowbrow.
It’s not golden era Farrellys like Kingpin but it’s good.
Now featuring the film’s actual jokes.
BREAKING: Woody Allen has made another movie.
If you prefer tailpipe to tail, these odd turntable videos to promote ‘Cars 2′ will be auto-erotic entertainment for you.
Fox Studios is switching up ‘Apes’ and ‘Penguins.’ Scheduling movies sounds like running a damn, dirty zoo.
That strange, omnipresent force that compels Woody Allen to make movies has struck again, and the result has been picked up by Sony Pictures Classics.
Apparently there was a rumor going around Twitter today that Owen Wilson had tragically pulled a Sonny Bono in Switzerland. I must not follow @gullible.
James L. Brooks lost most people after Spanglish so they probably won’t like How Do You Know either, but I appreciate a romantic comedy where people talk about what’s actually going on.
Director: James L. Brooks Cast: Owen Wilson Paul Rudd, Reese Withersoon Synopsis: Feeling a bit past her prime at 27, former athlete Lisa Jorgenson finds herself in the middle of…
Disney has dropped the trailer for Pixar’s Cars 2. Michael Caine joins the talking automobile cast as a British intelligent agent who gets into it with Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) and Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) as they take part in the first world Grand Prix.
Warner Bros. has dropped the trailer for Hall Pass. Directed by The Farrelly Brothers, it follows two guys (Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis) whose wives give them one week off marriage to do whatever they want.
Daaaaamn, De Niro. You look gooooooood. In these new Little Fockers character one-sheets, all signs of aging have been Photoshopped away from the stars' faces. Notice how Robert De Niro doesn't have any lines on his forehead. Even newborns have those. The guy is 67-years-old. Leave some lines on there so he doesn't look like a cyborg! I'm surprised they didn't airbrush his mole off while they were at it. It's a huge deterrent for audiences. Why would anyone want to see a movie full of actors with imperfections? I'll stay home and watch "Gossip Girl," thank you very much.
Check out Ben Stiller's creepy, wrinkle-free skin after the jump…
Back in February we reported that Justin Theroux was spending some time at Fashion Week in Paris doing research for his gig writing and directing the Zoolander sequel. It appears he's had his fill of brie-stuffed croissants and scantily clad models, and is back in The States collaborating with Ben Stiller. At least, that's what Stiller said via his Twitter account.
The question is, can you really trust the lead actor and executive producer on the film? And the answer to that question is yes. So for now, Zoolander 2 is moving along swimmingly with Jonah Hill still being eyed for the villain. No word yet if Owen Wilson will reprise his roll as Hansel, but Stiller has gone on record saying that the sequel couldn't be made without him. I assume that is due to Wilson being such an integral part of the Zoolander world, not because he has a penchant for spitefully burning down film sets. (/Film)