Dylan McDermott has been busy trying to keep his family together while living in a thoroughly haunted house over on FX's American Horror Story, but he's still making space in his schedule for a new feature project. Deadline says that McDermott has signed on to join the cast of the upcoming Jay Roach political comedy, Dog Fight. He'll play a consultant to a Zach Galifianakis' character, a candidate running for a South Carolina
I've always had a hard time getting a read on Jason Sudeikis. He's one of the better castmembers on the current run of Saturday Night Live, but Saturday Night Live as a whole is still pretty terrible. In 2011 he's made three movies, and while Horrible Bosses was solid, both Hall Pass and A Good Old Fashioned Orgy failed to impress.
After nearly a decade spent banging around television projects in supporting roles, actress Sarah Baker has landed a plumb role in a Warner Bros. comedy that, thanks to its tie to the current political landscape, is generating some heat.
Director Paul Weitz has a ton of pressure on him with his latest film, Little Fockers. Not only does he have to manage a massive top-notch cast, but he’s also the guy who has to take the reins from Jay Roach
It's hard to really complain about anything here, especially if there's a good script involved (someone please track down at least one of the In the Loop writers to give it a pass
Back in 2000, fresh off the success of the first two Austin Powers movies, director Jay Roach brought us Meet The Parents, a great comedy with a solid turn from Ben Stiller and a surprisingly
10 years ago the notion of a comedy in which Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller squared off seemed pretty original, and the end result, Meet the Parents, was actually very funny
Despite boasting the best comedy cast of the summer, Dinner for Schmucks still doesn't have me all that excited. It might be because of the cast, actually-- you'd think a movie featuring
Sure it's funny to see Carell and Zach Galifianakis shoot imaginary laser beams at each other, and I kind of like the idea of Jay Roach directing an entire movie about a dinner as uncomfortable as the one with the cat milking in Meet the Parents
Jay Roach is back to making comedies after trying his hand at the West Wing style made-for-TV movie Recount. That flick had the potential to redefine Roach as a serious and credible director, but
Stephanie Szostak has signed to play the lead in the flick about a group of guys who have weekly dinner parties where they attempt to bring really dumb dudes as guests
When it was just Steve Carell in the cast, Dinner for Schmucks was already a likely must-see. When Paul Rudd signed on, it went to the top of the list. But now that Zach Galifianakis is also in negotiations to join the cast