10 items from 2014
It’s been a long time since Jim Carrey starred in a sequel to one of his own films, although appearances in Kick-ass 2 and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues are noted. But for his own back catalogue, he’s only ever starred in one sequel, Ace Venture: When Nature Calls. Now, 20 years after Dumb & Dumber hit the screen, we’ll finally be seeing Carrey return as one of his iconic characters. But perhaps more iconic than the characters themselves were the suits they wore, which is what’s on display in these first posters for Dumb & Dumber To.
The Farrelly Brothers return to direct both Carrey and Jeff Daniels, so we’re hoping for another triumphant comedy, but we can’t help but question the need for the sequel. However, since Carrey’s films have been plagued by sequels despite his nonappearance, Ace Venture: Pet Detective Jr., Son Of The Mask, »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Feature Louisa Mellor 24 Feb 2014 - 07:00
When Grimm’s makers were looking for their Nick Burkhardt, the job was to cast someone with all the requirements of a leading man, but none of the distracting ‘wasn’t he in that other thing?’ baggage. In David Giuntoli, whose TV appearances had until then largely been confined to one-off roles in comedies and dramas including Grey’s Anatomy and Ghost Whisperer (the latter produced, not at all coincidentally, by Grimm co-creator Jim Kouf), they found their guy.
Ashley Wagner probably won’t win an individual medal in Sochi. But there’s got to be some sort of award for her faces — she’s as animated as Jim Carrey in The Mask, only without the benefit of, you know, actual animation. Need even more proof? Let’s start things off by counting down Ashley’s top 5 expressions while receiving her disappointing short program score:
1. ”Umm, exqueeze me? Baking powder?”
2. ”Yo, are you hearing this? Tell me you’re hearing this.”
3. ”Oh crap, am I supposed to look like a CoverGirl right now?”
5. ”Whatever, I’m so over it. »
- Hillary Busis
We'd be scared too! Can you believe Cameron Diaz was just 21-years-old when she filmed "The Mask" back in 1994?! Lucky for the actress, her very first role was a huge hit. Cameron sat down with Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," where she opened up about working with Jim Carrey on the fantasy flick 20 years ago. 20 years ... let that sink in.The talk show host also planned a pretty awesome surprise, too. Check out the video above to see Cameron's hilarious reaction when DeGeneres recruits the help of a "Mask" lookalike!We love the 41-year-old's scream -- how cute is she? Clearly, Jim's character still scares her, even today. While it's been nearly 20 years since the blonde beauty starred in the crime comedy, she still looks like the spitting image of her younger self! See howeven more ladies of the '90s have aged in the gallery above! »
- tooFab Staff
It's hard to believe that the comedy classic The Mask is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. And in order to mark the milestone occasion, Ellen DeGeneres planned and executed an epic prank for the films star Cameron Diaz. The 41-year-old actress reflected about the fun-loving flick, which happened to be her first role on the big screen, during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday. "What an amazing first experience in film to do that movie with Jim Carrey," DeGeneres said to the blond beauty. "I didn't know that was your first film." "I can't believe I get to make films 20 years later," the Body Book author revealed. "I turned 21 on the set of »
Los Angeles, Jan 31: Actress Cameron Diaz is happy to be friends with her ex boyfriends.
The 41-year-old feels that she has "invested" in her relationships and is happy that she is still in touch with all of them, reports contactmusic.com.
"I'm still friends with my ex-boyfriends, too. I feel like all my relationships are strong - friends, family. I've invested in my people and they're invested in me," Bang Showbiz.com.
- Amith Ostwal
Feature James Hunt 30 Jan 2014 - 06:25
Comic book movies are solid blockbuster fare now, but there are plenty of adaptations that didn't get the love they deserved...
You might argue that fans of comic book adaptations have had a pretty good decade or so. Between The Avengers movies, the Dark Knight trilogy, and multiple Spider-Man and X-Men films, some of the biggest-grossing action movies of all time have been based on comics. Not bad when you consider that only recently, the medium was considered the preserve of dateless man-children alone.
But here's the thing: not every comic book adaptation lends itself to being a summer tentpole CGI-fest, and just as many get overlooked or forgotten completely by the time the next one comes out. Comic adaptations are coming out thick and fast, and with so much forward momentum it's sometimes worth taking a moment to look back on what's come before. »
I’m a lucky guy. Just the other day I tweeted this:
Screw all these CBMs. Just give me #DumbAndDumberTo all ready! Now! pic.twitter.com/2xP5evzRfs
— Mario-f. Robles (@LatinoReviewMFR) January 20, 2014
And then, as if the Movie Gods heard me, we were graced with our first official image from Dumb and Dumber To. I say official because there have been several pics from the production floating around, but those were just set pics that were sent out and tweeted by the stars of the movie. But now we have our first look at Harry and Lloyd in character, during a scene:
Dumb and Dumber To is going to pick up twenty years after the first film, and will center on an all-new adventure for our moronic heroes. In this one, Harry and Lloyd will set off on a new road trip, this time to find Harry’s illegitimate child… »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
Chicago – Cameron Diaz is on a noble mission in 2014. Her crusade is about women’s body issues, to encourage girls – in addition to female teens and adults – to pay mind to body image and power. Her new book is “The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, The Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body,” and she appeared to promote it at Wentz Concert Hall (North Central College) in Naperville, Ill., hosted by Anderson’s Bookshop.
Diaz is backing up the book tour by doing talks regarding its themes, including speaking at Neuqua Valley High in Naperville, before her Wentz Hall appearance. Her book is about keeping it real when it comes to food and lifestyle. As she writes in the introduction, “…It’s not a diet book, It is not a workout regimen. It’s not a manual to becoming a different person” – it’s a »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
She just opened up about to Et about her views on undergoing Botox treatments and recently published her own nutrition and fitness book. Here are five things you may not know about Cameron Diaz.
1. Born in San Diego and raised in Long Beach, CA -- she went to the same high school as rapper Snoop Dog, whom she described as tall, skinny student with ponytails. "I'm pretty sure I bought weed from him," she told George Lopez on Lopez Tonight.
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2. Graduated from Long Beach Polytechnic (Poly) High School (Class of 1990) and was a member of the school's "Polyettes" drill team
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4. Became only the second actress to join the $20 million movie club after Julia Roberts. The role that pushed her over the top was when she signed for $20 to star in the »
10 items from 2014
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