Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson to star in redneck heist comedy
In 1997, three North Carolina armored car guards pulled off a $17.3 million heist of Loomis Fargo & Company, the largest cash robbery on U.S. soil at the time. Instead of laying low, some of them stayed in the neighborhood and spent extravagantly, which led to their undoing. For the past several... [Read More]
 
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson ruin horror movies for Fandango
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have made some great comedy movies together (Wedding Crashers) and some forgettable ones (The Internship), too. OK, maybe just those two films. For Halloween, comedian Dan Perrault wonders how they might ruin some of our horror movies as well, in this parody for Fandango... [Read More]
 
Watch the trailer for Wes Anderson’s new movie, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
The trailer for the new Wes Anderson film has hit the web. The film, The Grand Budapest Hotel centers around the adventures of a hotel concierge Gustave H, and his lobby boy friend Zero Moustafa. Ralph Feinnes stars in this packed cast of characters that have made up Anderson’s films in the pa... [Read More]
 
Image of Jim Carrey and Owen Wilson to join forces in new comedy
Jim Carrey and Owen Wilson to join forces in new comedy
With Owen Wilson’s The Internship fresh in theaters, the popular actor has signed on to co-star along side comedic legend, Jim Carrey in an action comedy. The forthcoming comedy made its rounds through Hollywood under the title Loomis Fargo, however the flick is said to be currently untitled. ... [Read More]
 
Image of ‘The Internship’ pulls mild response from box office and critics
‘The Internship’ pulls mild response from box office and critics
Google is probably used to better launches than the response from the 90-minute feature film ad, The Internship. Reuniting Wedding Crasher’s Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, the comedy flick had little box office flare gaining only $18.1 million in its opening weekend – fourth place among m... [Read More]
 
The “Wedding Crashers” team returns this summer for “The Internship”
Vince Vaughn and the Wilson brothers have a good track record when it comes to movies. First it was Old School with Luke Wilson which added such phrases to our cultural lexicon as, “earmuffs,” and “Blue you my boy!” Then Owen Wilson and Vaughn did it again a few years later w... [Read More]
 
The top 10 rated-R comedies at the box office
Seth MacFarlane's foul-mouthed teddy bear of a movie, Ted, has earned more than $500 million in box-office receipts around the world since hitting your nearby cineplex in June, despite its R rating by the MPAA. Remarkable? Certainly. But tops in the ... [Read More]
 
Image of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn Will Reunite to Outsmart Some Interns
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn Will Reunite to Outsmart Some Interns
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn will be reunited at last in Interns, directed by Shawn Levy. From the plot description, it definitely sounds like a movie of the times: Vaughn and Wilson will play forty-ish company guys who both get laid off in a downsizing. Convinced they’ve gone about managing their ... [Read More]
 
Image of The first trailer for the new Steve Martin, Jack Black flick, "The Big Year" is here
The first trailer for the new Steve Martin, Jack Black flick, "The Big Year" is here
Iconic comedian, actor and musician Steve Martin has teamed up with Jack Black and Owen Wilson for a film about competitive bird watching, The Big Year. Set for an Oct. 14 release, the flick centers around the three friends going head-to-head-to-head... [Read More]
 
Image of Review: Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris” is the best alternative to blockbuster comedies
Review: Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris” is the best alternative to blockbuster comedies
The nerdy, self-deprecating absurdist from the ’70s is back with all the brilliant and hilarious hypotheticals that only someone like Allen could come up with. Still fixated on Europe from his last few pictures, Allen grounds us in Paris and starts off similarly enough to Vicki Cristina Barcelona creating a possible love triangle between travelers both enchanted and disenchanted by their tourist destination and their present company. [Read More]