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It may be still be a way away, but over the last few months, the long-gestating and hugely anticipated sequel Anchorman: The Legend Continues has been filming in and around Atlanta.
Original stars Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner and Christina Applegate have all been spotted on set, as well as new additions Kristen Wiig, James Marsden, Greg Kinnear and Harrison Ford. But as with most big Hollywood films these days, secrecy is the name of the game, and not much is known about the story for the film.
One thing that has had people salivating even more is the spade of cameos that are set to be included in the film. In addition to Harrison Ford, it was reported that Nicole Kidman, Ferrell’s Bewitched co-star, was making a cameo, alongside possible returning cameo-ists Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Luke Wilson, as well as rumoured appearances from »
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The star roster of "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" continues to grow.
The latest celebrity added to the mix? Nicole Kidman.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nicole recently shot a hilarious (uncredited) cameo in Atlanta for the "Anchorman" sequel.
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Almost a year after she passed away in June at the age of 71, Ephron herself is the subject of a movie, THR reports. HBO announced plans this week for a documentary about the celebrated writer.
Led by Ephron's son, Jacob Bernstein, the film will be called "Everything is Copy" and chronicle Ephron's life. Bernstein has signed on to direct and co-produce the film, with Nick Hooker also co-directing. Past HBO producers Matt Parker and Carly Hugo have signed on to producer as well. Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter will oversee the project as executive producer.
Ephron, who died of complications from myelodysplasia, worked on numerous films and made her mark with her witty writing and captivating movies. Ephron penned the screenplays for films such as "Heartburn," "You've Got Mail, »
- The Huffington Post
A "Good Times" movie is in the works. According to Deadline.com, Scott Rudin and Sony Pictures will revive the classic 1970s CBS sitcom as a feature film.
The series, which aired from 1974-79 on CBS, was a spinoff from "Maude." "Good Times" followed the Evans family in the Chicago projects and starred Esther Rolle as Florida Evans, John Amos as James Evans, Sr. and Jimmie Walker as James 'J.J.' Evans, Jr.
"Good Times" is far from the first classic TV series to get the big screen remake treatment. Nicole Kidman starred in a "Bewitched" movie, Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway starred in a "Get Smart" film and Jonah Hill's "21 Jump Street" movie was a success.
On the small screen, there have also been plenty of reboots: Vince Vaughn was working »
- Chris Harnick
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By Erik Hedegaard
Last night, just as he was going to sleep, Will Ferrell started worrying about ghosts. Like, what if, right now, a ghost wafted into the room and said, "Hi"? What should he say back? And, more importantly, if it's a hostile ghost, what action should he take next? Lie still? Move? He was staying in a rented house in New Orleans. He started planning an escape route, but drifted off in the middle of it. Then, at 5:50 a.m., he awoke, untroubled and unperturbed by any bad mojo or evil spirits. In fact, he didn't have a single thought in his head. You would think there would be a million thoughts bouncing around in there. For instance, he could be pondering the movie he is making here, a political comedy called The Campaign. Or about any of his other far-flung ventures, »
In "Beautiful Creatures," Lena Duchannes traipses into the damp, small town of Gatlin, South Carolina with the sole intention of remaining a good witch. There are those in her lineage who want nothing more than for her to join the dark side upon turning the dreaded age of 16, but the gal's got eyes for a little human boy named Ethan and just wants to play nice, for crying out loud.
Most of her predecessors in cinematic spell-casting, however, were not quite so noble. In fact, a lot of them would just do some downright effed up stuff. Let's review some of the worst.
Four high school goth girls (Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, Fairuza Balk and Rachel True) learn to exercise earth's darkest magic against the bullies who trash their social lives, and they dish out some pretty messed up orders. One induces a heart attack on her redneck stepfather, »
- Amanda Bell
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