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As his dad put it, Robert Ford Wilson has the melody down, but he's still working on the lyrics.
Owen Wilson stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, and shared an adorable video of his son attempting to sing the alphabet. Though he seemed to call out all the letters to the tune of the song, Ford didn't quite sing his ABCs in order.
Photos: Stars Share Pics of Their Adorable Tots
Ford is Owen's oldest son, and the actor gushed to Ellen that he is very protective of his little brother Finn. "He doesn't even call him by his name, he always calls him his baby brother," the 46-year-old Night at the Museum star said. "I think he likes the fact that he's just about 30 pounds, but that Finn is smaller."
The little guy even instructs his own dad on how to handle his baby bro. "He always sort of cautions me like, 'Don't kiss him »
Owen Wilson is one proud papa.The "Night at the Museum" star appears on Friday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," where he gives fans an extremely rare glimpse into his family life by showing a couple photos and one adorable video of his sons Finn and Ford. See 'em in the video above. Finn, who was born in January, and Ford, born in January 2011, have different mothers ... but both look a lot like their famous father. Owen and his former personal trainer Caroline Lindqvist are parents to Finn, while Wilson had Ford with ex-girlfriend Jade Duell."Ford is very, kind of protective of his, he always calls him - he doesn’t even call him by his name, he always calls him his baby brother," Owen explains to Ellen. "I think he likes the fact that he’s just about 30 pounds, but that Finn is smaller. So it’s always like, »
- tooFab Staff
It’s that damn Hansel. He’s so hot right now.
“It’s sort of like, we have to do it,” the “Midnight in Paris” star told DeGeneres.
See photos: 21 Movie Sequels That Took Forever to Hit the Big Screen
His admission came after the TV host asked him point blank before heading out to a commercial, “‘Zoolander': Happening or not happening?”
“Well, I don’t mean to be coy, »
- Travis Reilly
If you were betting that someday Will Ferrell would do Shakespeare, you can cash in now.
Variety reported on Tuesday that Sony has picked up a currently untitled comedy starring Ferrell that centers around the intense, competitive world inside a Shakespearean theater company. The screenplay will be written by David Guion and Michael Handelman (Dinner for Schmucks).
This adds to a busy slate for Ferrell as the actor will be appearing in a host of films in the coming years. He is currently set up for next year’s comedy Get Hard,with Kevin Hart and Daddy’s Home with Mark Wahlberg. He also is attached to appear in James Franco’s Zeroville and the sequel to Zoolander that Ben Stiller is attached to direct.
The actor has had a quiet year so far in 2014 with his only prominent role coming in The Lego Movie as Lord Business.
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- Zach Dennis
Ben Stiller turns 49 on Sunday, and in celebration, we're taking a closer look at one of his best comedies: Zoolander. A sequel is on the horizon, and while we're elated, we're also seizing this opportunity to look at all the brilliance the first movie gave us. You know, other than how to model like Derek Zoolander. Keep scrolling for 11 things you may not have known about Zoolander. »
She is really, really ridiculously good looking. Penélope Cruz is joining up to star with Ben Stiller in the sequel that everyone has been waiting for, Zoolander 2, Deadline is reporting. The Spanish actress recently wrapped Ma ma, and she is also set to play a small role in Sacha Baron Cohen's comedy Grimsby. The Oscar winner will join returning cast members Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell in the comedy that follows Derek Zoolander, the male model who finds himself blissfully unaware of anything but his good looks. The sequel is expected to follow Zoolander as he is forced to reinvent himself in the ever-changing world of male modeling. Justin Theroux penned the script while Stiller will »
According to Deadline, the Oscar-winning Spanish actress will star in the upcoming "Zoolander" sequel.
The 40-year-old beauty will appear alongside Ben, who reprises his dim-witted male model title role. Ben will also direct the movie, which was penned by Justin Theroux.
Photos: Hot Shots Of The Lovely Penelope Cruz
No word on who Penelope will play in the sequel to the 2001 comedy, but we're guessing it will be a ridiculously beautiful model type.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
We’ve been hearing rumors about a second Zoolander feature for what seems like years now — hey, it has actually been whole years! — and while we never exactly gave up hope that we would (one day!) suck back another hot batch of orange mocha Frappuccinos with the gang again, we haven’t been holding our breath on the feature. Turns out, that’s a good thing! We, like, totally would have died! But Zoolander 2 does apparently live, and it’s started casting to prove it. Deadline reports that Zoolander 2, set to be directed by star Ben Stiller and with a script by Justin Theroux (remember, he penned Tropic Thunder for Stiller), will feature a part for Penelope Cruz of all starlets, with Stiller back as the Blue Steel-faced model moron, and rumors that we can expect to see both Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell back for more vigorously persisting. There »
- Kate Erbland
Ben Stiller is set to reprise his role as male model Derek Zoolander, and will direct from a script by Justin Theroux. Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell are expected to reprise their roles as Derek's rival Hansel and the villainous Mugatu.
The success of "Dumb and Dumber To" at the box office this past weekend has reportedly helped Paramount in their decision to push forward on the sequel which Stiller has been championing for some time.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
We've been hearing about a sequel to "Zoolander" for several years. And now comes word that Paramount Pictures is officially moving with the new movie, which will be directed by Justin Theroux. The big news is that Penelope Cruz just signed on for a role in "Zoolander 2," which will bring back Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell. The original only grossed $60 million worldwide, which is why the studio has been slow to greenlit the sequel. But after the great performance of "Dumb and Dumber To," studios are once again looking at their properties for a potential revival. Jonah Hill was previously rumored to play the villain in a story about Derek (Stiller) getting hired to be a personal model for an Arab Sheikh and learning that models are being turned into oil. »
Watch the trailer for the first Zoolander below: »
Dumb And Dumber To has inspired Paramount Pictures to move ahead with a sequel to the 2001 comedy hit Zoolander! Penelope Cruz has just signed on for a role in Zoolander 2, which is set to be directed by Justin Theroux. Ben Stiller, who also directed the original, will reprise his role as dimwitted male supermodel.
While the original film wasn't a huge hit when it hit theaters, Zoolander quickly became a favorite when the DVD came out.
There's no word on who Cruz will play. She's set to reprise her role as Angelica in the upcoming Pirate of the Caribbean 5.
Source: Deadline »
- Laura Frances
Zoolander 2 will see Ben Stiller reprise the lead role of Derek Zoolander, and it looks like he's going to be directing too (as he did with the first film). He's co-written the script as well with Justin Theroux.
The strong box office returns for Dumb And Dumber To are said to have greased the wheels for Zoolander 2 finally pressing ahead (and the success of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues didn't hurt either). And whilst Cruz's exact role in the film isn't confirmed, her casting indicates that Zoolander 2 is - finally - an active project.
As of today, Dumb and Dumber To - a sequel to an absurd, 20-year-old comedy - has been in theaters for less than a week and is already sitting on a box office haul of over $55 million. So when a simple, long-overdue sequel hits big, you can bet that Hollywood is paying attention, and that typically means trying to do something similar. Enter Zoolander 2. The first Zoolander isn't quite as old as Dumb and Dumber, nor did it ever gain the same kind of household recognition, but it's had a very healthy life on DVD, cable and Netflix since it came out in 2001. The comedy, about dumb male models thwarting a plot to kill a politician, has more than a few fans and Ben Stiller is hoping they'll turn out for a sequel. He's not directing this time around (that job goes to...
- Peter Hall
We’ve been hearing tantalising things about the chances of Zoolander 2 actually coming to life, and a big step has just occurred. Penelope Cruz is now signing on to co-star with Ben Stiller in the comedy sequel. Hey, if Dumb & Dumber can come back and score a hit, why not this?The Zoolander sequel has been in the works for years, with various script drafts passing through. Justin Theroux, who had been attached to direct before his work on HBO drama The Leftovers got in the way, has written the most recent draft on the script, which Stiller is planning to direct.Not much is known about the film’s plot yet, save that it apparently is still set ten years after the events of the original, finds Stiller’s Zoolander and Owen Wilson’s Hansel rejected by the fashion industry after they age out of the sweet spot for male models, »
The success of Dumb and Dumber To has helped add more steam to the Zoolander sequel. According to Deadline, Penelope Cruz will join the cast with Ben Stiller set to return as Derek Zoolander and Owen Wilson coming back as Hansel. Will Ferrell is also rumored to be returning as Mugatu. We don't know much else other than Justin Theroux penned the script and that Paramount Pictures will distribute.
It's been about 13 years since the first Zoolander amused audiences. I hope we get more zany comedies to off set all the superhero movies coming out, especially DC's "no jokes" comic book movies. »
- Free Reyes
There are few things that Hollywood does better and more often than capitalizing on trends, and a brand new one has just entered the arena. Thanks to the success of Dumb and Dumber To at the box office this past weekend, there's a scent in the air that long-overdue comedy sequels are in, and now Paramount Pictures is looking to take advantage of it quickly by starting to move Zoolander 2 through development. Not only are the gears starting to turn on the follow-up to Ben Stiller's 2001 comedy, but casting is already underway as well. Deadline has word that Penelope Cruz has signed a deal that will see her star alongside Stiller, who will be reprising his role as model Derek Zoolander. There have also been rumors swirling around that Zoolander 2 will feature the return of fan favorite characters from the first movie, including Will Ferrell's villainous »
After many starts and stops, and plenty of whispers that production was heating up, the long-awaited sequel Zoolander 2 is officially moving forward with Penélope Cruz joining the cast.
It's been nearly 14 years since the first Zoolander hit theaters in 2001. Star Ben Stiller is set to reprise his role as male model Derek Zoolander, and will direct this time out from a script by Justin Theroux. Owen Wilson is expected to reprise his role as Derek's rival supermodel and sometimes Bff Hansel, with Will Ferrell confirming months ago that he would be back as the sinister Mugatu.
It's believed that the success of Dumb and Dumber To at the box office this past weekend help Paramount in their decision to push forward on Zoolander 2. Ben Stiller has been attempting to make the sequel for quite sometime. It is not know if Ben Stiller's dad Jerry Stiller, who appeared in the original, »
We’ve long heard that a sequel to the 2001 cult comedy Zoolander was in the works, but that Paramount was a bit nervous when it came to giving it an official greenlight. Back in August The Leftovers star Justin Theroux, who wrote the script and was once attached to direct, said that talks with the studio were still happening, and seemed confident that Zoolander 2 would see the light of day.
Now, we’re one step closer to it actually happening, as Academy Award winner Penelope Cruz (Vicky Christina Barcelona, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) has just signed on to co-star alongside returning cast members Ben Stiller, Will Ferrell, and Owen Wilson.
Deadline reports the news, and cites that Theroux will in fact direct the film, despite the actor’s doubts about it back in August. The site also claims that the success of Dumb and Dumber To, »
- James Garcia
Following the sort-of successes – depending on who you talk to – of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and Dumb And Dumber To, the time has come to revive another classic comedy franchise, Ben Stiller’s Zoolander. Work on the follow-up has languished in development since 2010, when Justin Theroux was attached to write and direct the supermodel sequel. Over the last few months, we’ve heard from Theroux that a finished script was in the bag, followed by talk from Will Ferrell that a table read was imminent. Now, we’ve a piece of news to suggest Zoolander 2 might be heading into production sooner than expected.
Courtesy of Deadline, we now know the status of the catwalk caper and the name of a brand new franchise addition – Penelope Cruz. No word on who she’ll play, but she will be appearing alongside the main core of returning cast members. In addition »
- Gem Seddon
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