The photos, taken at Bally's Hotel and Casino, are here courtesy of Coming Soon, where you can hop, skip, or jump to see an extra picture or two. Maybe just one extra, but still, it's an extra picture of Olivia Wilde, so why not?
The story for Burt Wonderstone was laid out by Chad Kultgen, the novelist behind the very funny The Average American Male, but the screenplay was thoroughly rewritten by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, the duo responsible for last summer's Horrible Bosses. Don Scardino directs, and though he doesn't have too much experience with features, the man has directed no fewer than 35 episodes of NBC's 30 Rock, one of the funniest shows on television.
Steve Carell is the lead, and he'll be playing off Jim Carrey, who we've yet to get a good look at in character. Olivia Wilde and Steve Buscemi lend support, along with ringers like James Gandolfini, Alan Arkin, Brad Garrett, and Jay Mohr, who plays a character amusingly named Rick the Implausible.