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Daddy's Home has gone up valiantly against Star Wars: The Force Awakens at the box office. But is writer and director Sean Anders interested in a possible comedy sequel?
While Will Ferrell may be more known for his off color onscreen antics, his latest, Daddy's Home, is more family oriented, and it turns out there's a sweet reason why this project appealed to him.
Will Ferrell is well aware that Daddy's Home doesn't have a chance going up against Star Wars: The Force Awakens at the box office, but his reason why the comedy is being released on Christmas Day still makes sense.
With Transformers 5 looking to go into production early next year, a lead is obviously a going concern in the here and now. Mark Wahlberg has something to say about that, and his answer is classic Wahlberg.
It’s easy to see how the studio would want this to be a possible franchise. If people dig Mark Wahlberg’s take on The Six Million Dollar Man, they might want to see Hollywood rebuild him (they have the technology) in multiple sequels. Also, the TV show provided a spinoff in The Bionic Woman, who easily could get her own show.
In 2010, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg shared the screen in the buddy cop comedy The Other Guys. The pair’s on screen chemistry was undeniable, so it makes sense that the two be paired again, only this time as opponents, in the upcoming film Daddy’s Home.
Seth MacFarlane's Ted is most definitely a raunchy movie. It's titular character is a foul-mouthed, drug-loving, perverted teddy bear, and his best friend, played by Mark Wahlberg, has plenty of shared interests. Being a Catholic, it seems that Wahlberg carries a bit of guilt for the project, and found himself actually apologizing to Pope Francis for it (albeit jokingly).
It wasn’t long ago that Michael Bay was distancing himself from Transformers 5. However, a new report has emerged confirming Bay, the master of chaos and mayhem, will be back to direct at least one more Transformers movie.
There are a number of musicians that have taken a stab at acting, whether it be in playing themselves on screen, or a different role. But there are few that do so successfully. Here we pay tribute to those musicians-turned-actors.
Mark Wahlberg already has some experience with the buddy cop genre, having previously starred alongside Will Ferrell in Adam McKay's fantastic action-comedy The Other Guys. Well, now he's ready to head back to the formula, as he has just signed on to Partners - a buddy cop comedy movie with a bit of a gender twist.
With three films based on the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings currently in the works, the Mark Wahlberg-produced Patriots' Day just took a big step forward by hiring a gritty action director.
Ted 2 has so far failed to match the success of its original, but Amanda Seyfried has devised a perfect plan to rejuvenate the franchise.
We're The Millers forced Ted 2 to undergo some rather drastic changes.
Amanda Seyfried revealed thatTed 2 changed drastically while it was being written, after it was originally sold to her as a road-trip movie.
Ted 2 hits theaters on Friday, but that doesn’t mean they’re done having fun in the pre-release media campaign yet. There’s a new poster for the upcoming comedy which will strike a chord with anybody who was a sci-fi fan in the 1980’s, especially if you’ve seen the first film.
Daddy’s Home is directed by Sean Anders and John Morris, the duo who has collaborated over the years on the Horrible Bosses franchise and We’re the Millers (as writers and directors).
Will Mark Wahlberg reprise his role as Cade Yeager in Transformers 5? He needs to talk to Michael Bay first.
Remakes can make a person mad, and Jim Toback is probably one of the maddest purists out in the Hollywood scene. Read on to find out what he had to say about the 2014 remake of The Gambler.
Kate Hudson joins a stellar cast in a film about the BP Oil spill. Along with Kate Hudson and Mark Wahlberg, both Kurt Russell and John Malkovich are attached to the crew for what is sure to be an intense look into the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion and its aftermath.
Aside from changing the dollar amount due to inflation, how will Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg's Six Billion Dollar Man be different from the original? Now we now at least a few of the changes we'll see.