The trilogy you never thought would be a trilogy comes to its conclusion.
The Wolfpack (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and, ostensibly, Justin Bartha) have already ventured to Las Vegas and Thailand, but, as pointed out in newly-released first trailer for The Hangover Part III, they haven't learned anything. While we're not sure why exactly the Wolfpack have reunited (there's no wedding this time), it doesn't look like things will turn out any better as the group hits the road, descending once more to Vegas (perhaps only briefly) and meeting up with plenty of familiar faces from the previous movies for a sequel co-writer and director Todd Phillips has described as a "fitting conclusion to our three-part opera of mayhem, despair and bad decisions" . watch the trailer >> Posted 03.07.13 by Ryan
"Clark, you're scaring me."
It's possible that Chevy Chase's recent decision to leave his NBC sitcom Community was made because he was already busy making Old Navy ads with cast members of National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Does this mean he'll be open to returning for the reboot of National Lampoon's Vacation that's already in the works?
Ed Helms (The Hangover) was cast this summer as Rusty Griswold, the adult son of Clark Griswold, Chase's character over four Vacation movies. While Chase is wanted for the reboot as well — playing Clark in what will be more of a supporting role this time — we wonder if the reboot might take a darker turn than the other Vacation movies, as demonstrated by the fan-made, re-cut trailer that has recently surfaced online (via SlashFilm). watch the re-cut trailer >> Posted 12.15.12 by Ryan
Love or hate the Hangover movies, production has begun on the third and final installment, after co-writer and director Todd Phillips called The Hangover 3 a "fitting conclusion to our three-part opera of mayhem, despair and bad decisions" back in March.
While the sequel will undoubtedly bring back Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and proverbial fourth wheel Justin Bartha in another drug-induced, amnesia-filled adventure, the exact details on The Hangover Part III have been unknown, though Cooper revealed last year that the sequel would "maybe not adhere to the structure." Finally, Warner Bros. has finally released some very brief details about the sequel via ComingSoon. more about The Hangover Part III >> Posted 09.10.12 by Ryan
Sometimes it takes a little while for some people to grow up. In the upcoming comedy Jeff Who Lives at home, the title character (Jason Segel) is, no surprise, still living in his mother's (Susan Sarandon) basement. Jeff starts to find his true purpose when his brother (Ed Helms) discovers his wife (Judy Greer) may be having an affair and the two brothers follow her in order to uncover the truth.
Written and directed by siblings Jay and Mark Duplass (The Puffy Chair, Cyrus), Jeff Who Lives at Home won't be your typical comedy. "People expecting that they'll be seeing the Ed Helms of Hangover 2 or Jason Segel in a mainstream comedy aren't going to get that," Mark told The LA Times last September. "Audiences will see these actors do things they've never done before."
For a sign that Duplass was right, the first poster and trailer for Jeff Who Lives at Home have arrived online. watch the trailer and see the full poster >> Posted 01.22.12 by Ryan
Illumination Entertainment proved that it could compete in the competetive CG-animated movie marketplace, with its 2010 inaugural debut, Despicable Me- which not only charmed critics, but became a monster hit at the box office, easily besting DreamWorks Animation's similarly-themed 2010 release, MegaMind. For its second fully CG-animated movie, Illumination tackles one of the most beloved stories by one of America's most beloved authors, The Lorax, Dr. Seuss' classic children's story about the dangers of corporate greed and environmental destruction.
The first trailer for The Lorax debuted last month and we got to see a a bit more footage when an international trailer was released earlier this month. Now, Illumination has released a featurette that introduces some of the characters in the movie and gives us a look behind the scenes of the making of the movie, with commentary from voice actors Zac Efron ("Ted"), Taylor Swift ("Audrey"), Ed Helms ("Once-ler"), Betty White ("Grammy Norma"), Rob Riggle ("O'Hare") and Danny DeVito ("The Lorax"). watch the new featurette >> Posted 11.16.11 by BrentJS
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Maria Shriver was so upset after learning about husband Arnold Schwarzenegger's love child that she threatened to hold her own news conference to announce the shocking secret. She was talked out of that plan but was responsible for leaking the story to the Los Angeles Times and TMZ. Shriver is not showing signs of any interest in reconciliation as she's hired a private dick to investigate Schwarzenegger's double life as a cheating husband.
Meanwhile, battle lines are definitely being drawn as Beverly Hills boutique Kitson is preparing to sell "Team Maria" T-shirts.
The world did not end on Saturday, May 21, as evangelist Harold Camping had predicted, but now he says that was an "invisible Judgment Day" and that both the Rapture and the apocalypse will now happen on October 21.
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Donald Trump maybe should've waited until The Celebrity Apprentice's season finale ratings were released before deciding not to run for president, as the show that crowned John Rich the winner was the franchise's lowest spring finale ever.
The lawsuit by Mike Tyson's tattoo artist to stop the release of The Hangover Part II is being taken seriously enough by Warner Brothers that it sent two execs to St. Louis to testify in a federal court hearing on Monday. S. Victor Whitmill is "seeking an injunction on the grounds that the facial tattoo worn in the film by Ed Helms violates a copyright in the original work Whitmill created for Tyson." A ruling is expected early today (Tuesday).
One day after getting savaged for his gold jacket at the Billboard Music Awards, Justin Bieber added more fuel to the fashion critique fire, seen in Hawaii with Selena Gomez in ankle-tickling camo cargo shorts and Adidas Adilettes.
Lindsay Lohan's had two straight days of wardrobe malfunctions while vacationing/working in Miami. First the wind blew open her low-cut dress while doing a photo shoot for Plum magazine, then a nipple slipped while playing in the Miami Beach surf.
Former boxing champ and People magazine "Most Beautiful People" lister Oscar De La Hoya has entered rehab for substance abuse. Posted 05.24.11 by reelz
The red carpet premiere of one of the most highly anticipated comedies of all time, writer-director Todd Phillips' The Hangover Part II, takes place later today and Bing is giving you the opportunity to feel like you're part of the action. Starting at 6:30 PM PDT/9:30 PM EST, you can watch live streaming coverage of the premiere right here via the NowLive video tool (below).
Unfortunately, hirsute funnyman Zach Galifianakis, who reprises the role of Alan from the first movie, will not be in attendance, but the rest of the "Wolf Pack"—Bradley Cooper as Phil, Ed Helms as Stu and Justin Bartha as Doug— will be, along with Ken Jeong, returns as Mr. Chow, Mike Tyson and Jamie Chung, who joins the cast as Stu's fiancé. Other celebrities confirmed to appear include Jason Bateman, Kristen Bell, Will Ferrell, Rainn Wilson, Danny McBride, George Lopez, Nas, Jay-Z and Rihanna. watch the red carpet premiere LIVE! >> Posted 05.19.11 by BrentJS
Warner Bros. has released two preview clips for the upcoming sequel, The Hangover Part II, which opens next week. Unlike the Vegas setting of the 2009 original, here Phil (Bradley Cooper), Alan (Zach Galifianakis), Stu (Ed Helms), and Doug (Justin Bartha) head to Bangkok, Thailand, to celebrate the pending nuptials of Stu and his fiancee Lauren (Jamie Chung). You can guess that everything goes terribly wrong.
The first clip will feel familiar to those who watched the first Hangover, as Galifianakis, Cooper, and Helms once again wake up in a hotel room to discover that another night of debauchery has occurred. watch the clips >> Posted 05.19.11 by Ryan
Warner Bros. has released several new images for the upcoming sequel The Hangover Part II, which takes the wolfpack to Bangkok, Thailand, for another night of debauchery and memory loss.
While essentially having the same plot as the first, the setting allows for a even wilder movie, according to Zach Galifianakis, who told Entertainment Weekly that he became nervous on his first reading of the script. "I remember thumbing through it, going, "Oh God. Oh God,'" said Galifianakis.
Much has been made of the Thailand setting, with Ed Helms previously claiming that they went to "hell and back" shooting the sequel in the country. Part of Helms' assessment may have been from his many bouts of food-related illness, which were also suffered by many of the cast and crew. "It does something to your mind when you get that sick," Helms told EW. "You go to a scared, dark place." more about the sequel >> Posted 05.12.11 by Ryan
While The Hangover Part II won't open for another month, promotional material for the highly-anticipated sequel continues to arrive online in the form of new posters, TV spots, or statements from co-writer and director Todd Phillips about whether or not he taught a monkey how to smoke cigarettes for the movie.
In a recent interview with MTV, Phillips cleared up another issue involving the sequel's title. Originally thought to be called "The Hangover 2, Phillips explained why he changed it to "The Hangover Part II."
Gibson talks cameo, Phillips talks three-quel >> Posted 04.25.11 by Ryan
I think there are very few sequels that have been made that live up to or exceed their first film. The Godfather [sequel] is the first one. We had always planned on calling it The Hangover 2, and when we finished the script, I changed the cover page and wrote The Hangover Part II, because I think the film lives up to or exceeds the first one. It was very much a nod to The Godfather [franchise].