BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Watching the neighborhood may not always be an easy job, however based on the photos released from the Akiva Schaffer helmed comedy Neighborhood Watch, these suburban men are up to the task.
The main reason why I think this might work is because Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg penned the screenplay, and Schafferís a founding member of The Lonely Island, the group responsible for "Dick in a Box" and "I'm On A Boat" among other classics. If DeWitt joins the cast, sheíll appear alongside Stiller and Vince Vaughn in a comedy thatís due to hit theaters in 2013
Mark Wahlberg and David O. Russell, the actor and director team who can't quit cooking up new projects for themselves, have set their sights on yet another idea. According to Deadline Wahlberg is in negotiations to star in the graphic novel adaptation 2 Guns, and while Russell's involvement isn't confirmed
The treatment, which The Hollywood Reporter says was penned by frequent collaborators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, follows bored, suburban housewives who agree to form a neighborhood watch just because it allows them some time away from their families. But a problem arises when the men actually stumble on a legitimate threat that puts our entire planet in danger.
It would seem that Jason Bateman and Vince Vaughn are pretty close pals. In the last seven years the two appeared in four films together, including Dodgeball, The Break Up, Couples Retreat and Starsky & Hutch., but the strange thing is that while they have shared scenes and dialogue, they've never done a film where they play the central two characters. That's about to change.
Back in February, Stephen Frears's project Lay The Favorite, based on the memoirs of Beth Raymer, was in serious trouble. Despite having both Bruce Willis and Rebecca Hall attached to star, Focus Features told him that the project needed more stars in order for it to get made.
What happened to Vince Vaughn? The guy used to star in awesome movies like Swingers, Old School, Wedding Crashers and Dodgeball and make us absolutely howl. What is he doing now? Fred Claus? Couples Retreat? Four Christmases? The Dilemma?
With the epic amount of confusion surrounding the adaptation of the videogame Uncharted (is Mark Wahlberg 100% confirmed? Will the movie involve a family plot?) it's entirely possible
Vince Vaughn and Kevin James are two of the most popular comedic actors working today, but their styles couldnít be more different. Vaughn, since breaking out in Doug Limanís Swingers in 1996, has always
Very few comedy movies see all of their humor come straight off the page. Sure, a good script can both tell a great story and be hysterical, but unless a director is a real stickler, itís normal for the acting talent to experiment
The Dilemma has a new international trailer and it doesn't have a gay joke. Vince Vaughn still thinks electric cars are gay, he's just not going to say it in the trailer. Smart move
Back in 2005, Wedding Crashers was the hit comedy of the summer and everybody saw nothing but incredible things coming in the future for Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. Both members of the "Frat Pack"
They arenít stopping with simply pressuring the studio into removing the use of the phrase in advertising, GLAAD says that having the trailer pulled ďwill be a partial victory"
Yesterday Universal Pictures was pressured into pulling itís months old trailer for The Dilemma from theaters by special interest groups, Ellen Degeneres, and of all people Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper took a step away from respected news man towards leftist Rush Limbaugh today. He went on the Ellen Degeneres Show
It's been a while since we last had a really good laugh with a Vince Vaughn movie. Just five years ago he was at the top of his game with Wedding Crashers, but since has made dud after dud like
Ron Howard is taking a break from his usual tactic of scrounging for Oscars to make the modern-day comedy The Dilemma, about a man who learns that his best friend's wife may be cheating on him
Russell and Vince Vaughn are planning to team up on Old St. Louis, an apparent drama about a traveling salesman forced to reconnect with his young daughter, who might be played by Hit Girl herself
So you think Channing Tatum might actually be able to show some acting talent if he could just work with a good director? Yeah, me too. I'm not sure why I've got such a soft spot for the beefcake actor
After directing horrible, money-grab, Da Vinci Code movies, youíd think Ron Howard would be ready to do something good. In 2008 his need not to suck resulted in the excellent Frost/Nixon