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Today we have a teaser trailer for the upcoming "Zoolander" sequel, starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Kristen Wiig, Will Ferrell, Penelope Cruz, and Olivia Munn. Check it out below. Plot: Derek (Stiller) and Hansel (Owen) are modeling again when an opposing company attempts to take them out from the business. The new movie is directed by Stiller and is set to hit theaters on February 12th, 2016. Trailer: »
The first trailer has arrived for Paramount Pictures' highly-anticipated sequel Zoolander 2, starring Ben Stiller as the infamous male fashion model Derek Zoolander. According to a number of Twitter users, the trailer was attached to prints of Paramount's Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, which hit theaters today. Unfortunately, the trailer doesn't feature any actual footage from the movie, but we do get a look at Derek Zoolander, who gets confused by different versions of the sequel's title.
No official plot details have been released yet, but the comedy movie also stars Owen Wilson as Hansel, Will Ferrell as Mugatu and Christine Taylor as Matilda Jeffries, who married Derek Zoolander at the end of 2001's Zoolander. New cast members include Penélope Cruz, Cyrus Arnold as Derek's son, Billy Zane, Fred Armisen, Kyle Mooney, Kristen Wiig, Olivia Munn and international pop star Justin Bieber. Production on Zoolander 2 started this April in Rome. »
"If God exists, then why did he make ugly people?" Paramount has unveiled the first official teaser trailer for Ben Stiller's highly anticipated sequel Zoolander 2, starring Ben Stiller and directed by Ben Stiller. The cast includes a whole bunch of other names, but this teaser only features Stiller as Derek Zoolander and some fun CGI animation. Oh, and Stephen Hawking's voice, or so it sounds like it's him. Owen Wilson did show up at the catwalk event earlier this year, so he's still in the mix in this somewhere. This teaser is presumably playing in front of Mission: Impossible all weekend, but in the meantime you can catch it below. Here's the first official teaser trailer for Ben Stiller's Zoolander 2, found on YouTube: Zoolander 2 is written and directed by Justin Theroux (writer of Tropic Thunder, director of Dedication). Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprise »
- Alex Billington
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Well, it's finally August, and while the summer movie season isn't completely over it might as well be. This article was a difficult one to put together, because there just isn't much to recommend this month. But you know what, that's okay, I think I managed to pull together five solid titles for the "must-see" section, and lucky for us the fall festival season is just around the corner, which means things are about to heat up exponentially on the prestige movie front just in time to compensate for things cooling down outside as the seasons change. (I should note here, it is currently 106 degrees fahrenheit here in the desert, and the thought of things cooling down is marvelous, but also very premature.) We are coming off what turned out to be a pretty solid month last month, in my opinion, as I settled back into my routine after a »
- Jordan Benesh
Relativity, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection today, may be shedding films. But with an auction now pending, lenders have a vested interest in seeing the company remain in the film business. And to do that, a restructured Relativity will need to keep some product in the pipeline. With the company’s future very much in flux, Relatively remains committed to the release of at least two films, Masterminds and Kidnap, and hopes to start production on a third, The Crow, this fall, according to one insider. Masterminds, the heist comedy starring Zach Galifianakis and Owen Wilson, is currently slated
- Pamela McClintock, Rebecca Ford
There's nothing like a totally awesome (and really unexpected) celebrity movie cameo! It's always fun to be surprised when you see a famous face on the big screen you weren't expecting. Take the Austin Powers movie Goldmember: who knew the flick would start off with Tom Cruise playing Powers and Gwyneth Paltrow portraying the hilarious fictional character Dixie Normous. Then there's David Bowie's cameo in 2001's Zoolander. The music legend popped up to judge a super funny male model walk off between Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. And let's not forget Mike Tyson in The Hangover! So who takes the top spot as our favorite celeb cameo ever? Watch our Top 9 video now to look »
Don't mess with Owen Wilson's son Ford! During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, the actor revealed that when he was in Rome earlier this year to film Zoolander 2, his oldest son learned some serious survival skills at gladiator school. "I get there and I got drafted into gladiator school also and the guy was very intense about it," Owen explained. "I guess gladiators were all slaves or something, so he's calling you 'slave' and he's teaching you these sword moves and you had to put on a tunic. [My son] did a little better that I did." Watch the cute video above, then brush up on these 24 epic Zoolander quotes before the sequel's February release. »
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Tom Cruise remains one of the world's greatest entertainers, and he proved it Monday night on "The Tonight Show." He and Jimmy Fallon wowed the crowd with two amazing rounds of "Lip Sync Battle," starting with Tom almost rivaling queen Emma Stone (that battle would be close) with The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face" and a duet with himself in Meatloaf's "Paradise by the Dashboard Light." Jimmy brought his A-game too, of course, and they ended with a two-person duet of "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" -- a nice nod to "Top Gun" -- which was performed as a serenade to an embarrassed/thrilled woman in the audience. »
- Gina Carbone
She’S Funny That Way, the latest film from award-winning director Peter Bogdanovich, will now hit theaters and VOD on August 21, 2015. The Broadway-set screwball comedy stars Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston, Imogen Poots, Kathryn Hahn, Rhys Ifans, and Will Forte.
Check out the latest clip.
When established director Arnold Albertson (Owen Wilson) casts his call girl-turned-actress Izzy (Imogen Poots) in a new play to star alongside his wife (Kathryn Hahn) and her ex-lover (Rhys Ifans), a zany love tangle forms with hilarious twists.
She’S Funny That Way will be released by Lionsgate Premiere in theaters and On Demand on August 21st.
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- Michelle McCue
Read More: Watch: Dysfunctional Relationships Explode in Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston Comedy 'She's Funny That Way' Peter Bogdanovich's screwball comedy, "She's Funny That Way," has a new clip that finds Owen Wilson and Kathryn Hahn arguing so incessantly they make their cab driver abandon the car. Set within the world of Broadway, the comedy follows director Arnold (Wilson) as he casts his wife (Hahn) and his call girl, Izzy (Imogen Poots), in the same show to star alongside his wife's ex-lover (Rhys Ifans). Another wrench is added to the mix when Arnold's playwright (Will Forte) starts falling for Izzy instead of concerning himself with his relationship with Jane (Jennifer Aniston), who also happens to be Izzy's therapist. Romance-fueled drama ensues as the confusing love hexagon unfolds. Watch the new clip above. "She's Funny That Way" opens hits theaters and VOD on August 21. Read More: Venice Review: ' »
- Meredith Mattlin
The paparazzi have been busy this year chasing stars filming in the Eternal City, as Hollywood has rediscovered Italy, making the country — and Rome’s storied Cinecitta Studios — a hot destination for foreign shoots.
Competitive tax breaks, a great euro-to-dollar exchange rate, and Italy’s depth of crew and craftsmen recently lured Paramount’s “Zoolander 2” as well as MGM and Paramount’s “Ben-Hur” remake, marking the first time in at least a decade that Cinecitta has hosted two big Hollywood productions. Ron Howard’s “Inferno” and the next James Bond installment, “Spectre,” have also shot in Rome and other parts of Italy.
Growing its production sector could be a shot in the arm for the nation’s ailing economy — after all, as former prime minister Giulio Andreotti famously said of an earlier epic film shoot, “ ‘Quo Vadis’ did more for Italy than the Marshall Plan.”
It was only a »
- Nick Vivarelli
See Also: Watch the latest trailer for Masterminds here
In this action comedy based on true events, directed by Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite; Nacho Libre), David Ghantt (Zach Galifianakis) discovers the true meaning of adventure far beyond his wildest dreams. He is an uncomplicated man stuck in a monotonous life. Day in and day out he drives an armored vehicle, transporting millions of other people’s money with no escape in sight. The only glimmer of excitement is his flirtatious work crush Kelly Campbell (Kristen Wiig) who soon lures him into the scheme of a lifetime.
- Gary Collinson
Taking the tried-and-tested identity parade route to posterhood, Masterminds’ new UK quad introduces the heist comedy’s gallery of rogues. Roguing it up from left to right are Owen Wilson’s hapless accomplice Steve; Zach Galifianakis’ armoured car driver-turned-bank robber David; his other sidekick, Kristen Wiig’s Kelly; and Jason Sudeikis’s gormless hitman, Mike McKinney. The intellectual force is not strong in this lot.Formerly known as Loomis Fargo, the long-awaited comedy from Napoleon Dynamite's Jared Hess now goes by that more-than-a-little-ironic handle. Inspired by a true incident in 1997, the story involves armoured car driver David, who channels his antipathy for the job into a plan to liberate a fortune from a bank vault. $17 million dollars worth. Sadly for him, he’s hardly operating at Inside Man or Rififi levels of competence. The trail of evidence for the police practically comes with its own sat-nav.Double-crossed by Steve, »
Quick, pull a Blue Steel! Kris Jenner channeled a fashion great last weekend when she wore a colorful Valentino camouflage jacket and matching pants at the airport. The momager, 59, rocked the same coat that Derek Zoolander (aka Ben Stiller) wore back in March while shooting a campaign for the Italian designer. The photos were taken to promote the upcoming Zoolander sequel, which costars Owen Wilson and is set to hit theaters on Feb. 12, 2016. This isn't the first time Jenner has copied a star's style. Last month [...] »
The production and finance company has acquired the spec script by Matt Venne based on the novel by Carla Norton.
The Edge Of Normal tells the story of the grown-up survivor of a sexual predator who is pulled into a game of cat-and-mouse when she is assigned to mentor another young survivor.
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This week marked the 10th anniversary of Wedding Crashers, which is both amazing and wildly depressing. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn have magical chemistry as true best friends whose favorite pastime is showing up to weddings uninvited. Not only is the comedy on point, but the movie is also grounded in some real emotions - not to mention the presence of Bradley Cooper, who had not yet become a household name. A decade later, we're still quoting the comedy every day. Here are 20 GIFs that you'll probably recognize, because you still use these lines all the time. »
Woody Allen’s philosophical thriller Irrational Man is irrationally entertaining. It shouldn’t work. It’s laughably plotted and sketchily written. Intellectually, it’s jejune — or at least high in jejunosity. But if you can manage to keep your eye-rolling in check, you might find yourself getting into it. Allen seems genuinely turned on by this crime-and-punishment fantasy and its erotic trappings, and his engagement carries you along. The Woodman has written and directed so many films so quickly that he has achieved a rare fluency: He makes remarkably smooth stilted movies.Joaquin Phoenix plays the protagonist, a piece of casting even riskier than Owen Wilson’s in Midnight in Paris. Can Phoenix — with his halting Method affect and slurry diction — embody Abe, a brilliant, alcoholic philosophy professor experiencing Kierkegaard’s “terror of freedom” while simultaneously commenting on it? Not convincingly — but compellingly. So compellingly that he doesn’t need to be convincing, »
- David Edelstein
The project, based on Carla Norton’s 2013 novel, is being produced by Bold’s Michel Litvak, Matthew Rhodes and Lisa Zambri, along with Industry Entertainment’s Andrew Deane. Bold’s Gary Michael Walters will executive produce, along with Industry’s Ava Jamshidi.
“The Edge of Normal” tells the story of a woman who escaped captivity from a sadistic sexual predator when she was a teenager. Ten years later, she remains haunted by her memories as she struggles to pull her life together. She finds ultimately herself drawn into a deadly cat-and-mouse game with a clever psychopath who seems to know her every move.
“This edge-of-the-seat thriller has the potential to be a razor sharp classic in the vein of ‘Silence of the Lambs, »
- Dave McNary
"I thought it was right," he says. "It is what I thought it was. How it happens came later." When you talk to him—as I did at Toronto a year ago when he premiered his ill-fated movie directing debut, "Are You Here," an amiable buddy comedy starring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis, and again just before the final season of "Mad Men" ended, at L'Ermitage Hotel—you realize the USC film school grad loves movies. That's where he's coming from, in his references and inspirations. (His question "what's the one movie and song that always makes you cry?" launches a long detour on "Stella Dallas" and "Somewhere Over the Rainbow.") Like any good writer, Weiner is curious about people, listens, observes. He's intuitive. He's easy to talk to. I found myself revealing things, which surprised me. He feels safe. Now that the show is done, he's enjoying being relaxed, »
- Anne Thompson
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