Looks like today's release of the alternate, R-rated cut of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues will be your last time to soak up Ron Burgundy's salon-quality coiffure on the big screen.
Dashing the hopes of a world waiting for a Marvel-style cinematic universe built around San Diego's finest newsman, director and co-writer Adam McKay has revealed that Anchorman 3 won't happen. Neither, it seems, will Step Brothers 2.
Synopsis: Guy Trilby is a 40-year-old who finds a loophole in the rules of The Golden Quill national spelling bee and decides to cause trouble by hijacking the competition. Contest officials, outraged parents, and overly ambitious 8th graders are no match for Guy, as he ruthlessly crushes their dreams of victory and fame. As a reporter attempts to discover his true motivation, Guy finds himself forging an unlikely alliance with a competitor: awkward 10-year-old Chaitanya, who is completely unfazed by Guy’s take-no-prisoners approach to life.
Cameron Diaz makes like Roller Girl in the first official image from Sex Tape, a comedy in which she and Jason Segel, you know, make a sex tape.
Melissa McCarthy gets one hell of an entrance in the first teaser trailer for this summer's Tammy.
Bill Murray is great anywhere he deigns to appear, but he's been especially Murray-ful in his work with Wes Anderson, having appeared in every Anderson joint from Rushmore to Moonrise Kingdom.
Is it any surprise, then, that this clip from the writer-director's next, The Grand Budapest Hotel, finds a mustachioed Murray in fine form?
A green band trailer for this summer's A Million Ways to Die in the West still shows a bunch of those ways to die on the frontier.
But it does so without digital blood splattering all over the place. And it tones down the innuendo a bit.
If you like puns, then you're going to love seven out of eight posters for A Million Ways to Die in the West, the new live action comedy from Seth MacFarlane.
Thanks to the first trailer for A Long Way Down, you can get a taste of a surprisingly funny and uplifting comedy-drama about four people who really want to kill themselves.
Two-time Oscar-nominated person Jonah Hill hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, and he partook in two bits that were tailor-made for internet virality.
One is an exceedingly well-executed spoof of Spike Jonze's Her with Hill in the Joaquin Phoenix role of a 21st century loner who falls for his operating system, but there's a solipsistic twist. The other is an opening monologue in which Hill is joined by the Wolf of Wall Street himself Leonardo DiCaprio in dad-jeans and replaying an iconic moment from Titanic with a homoerotic twist.
Michael Caine impressions are a dime a dozen, but Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon have arguably the best Caine impersonations out there.
With The Trip to Italy set to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this week, IFC Films has unveiled the first clip from the sequel. Unsurprisingly, it features Brydon and Coogan once again dueling with their Caine voices. This time, though, they also roll in several other members of The Dark Knight Rises cast.