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‘Cars 3’ Extended Look: Don’t Count Lightning McQueen (Or Pixar) Out Yet

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by Matt Singer January 10, 2017 @ 8:49 AM
Pixar
To kids, Cars is a signature Pixar franchise, known for that little red race car, Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson). To older Pixar fans, Cars is known as Pixar’s red-headed stepchild, well below the rest of the venerable animation studio’s output. Cars was never particularly well-liked in the first place and then along came Cars 2 which was wild and weird and not particularly great (although the movie is so wild and weird it’s kind of interesting).

The ‘Cars 3’ Trailer Teases a Darker Pixar Movie

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by Matt Singer November 21, 2016 @ 11:50 AM
Pixar
At the risk of flushing all of my critical cred right down the toilet, I will confess I don’t hate the first Cars. And Cars 2, while insane, is sort of fascinating in its madness. It’s not good, but I have watched it more than once. On the advice of my attorney, I will not comment on my physical or emotional impairment at the time of these screenings.

A ‘Wedding Crashers 2’ May Be Crashing Multiplexes Soon

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by Matt Singer November 17, 2016 @ 12:55 PM
New Line
Journey back with me now to the heady days of the mid-2000s. George W. Bush was President. Iron Man was still known by most people as a Black Sabbath song. And a little raunchy comedy called Wedding Crashers became a phenomenon in theaters, crossing an astounding $209 million in the U.S. alone. The film cemented the bankability of its leads, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, and helped launch the careers of much of its supporting cast, including Rachel McAdams, Isla Fisher, and a young Bradley Cooper. The film, about a pair of bros who, y’know, crash weddings, is still remembered fondly to this day.

‘Masterminds’ Review: A Painfully Dense Comedy That Squanders a Talented Cast

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by Erin Whitney September 30, 2016 @ 8:57 AM
Relativity Media
‘Masterminds’ stars some of the funniest names in comedy, like Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Sudeikis, and Leslie Jones. Too bad ‘Masterminds’ isn’t funny.

Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson’s ‘Shanghai’ Sequel Lands ‘Napoleon Dynamite’ Director

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by Britt Hayes September 6, 2016 @ 2:21 PM
MGM
Last year it was reported that Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson were still planning on teaming up for a third installment in the action-comedy series that began back in 2000 with Shanghai Noon. It’s been 13 years since the sequel — Shanghai Knights — hit theaters, but it looks like the duo’s goofy adventures will continue sooner rather than later (even though it’s already much, much later now).

‘Masterminds’ Trailer: Zach Galifianakis’ Long-Delayed Comedy Is Finally Coming to Theaters

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by Britt Hayes July 28, 2016 @ 3:11 PM
Relativity
Hey, remember Masterminds? We saw the first trailer for the film last year, when it was originally set to hit theaters in August. But the latest comedy from Napoleon Dynamite director Jared Hess fell victim to Relativity Studios’ bankruptcy and was pushed back to this September — well over a year after its original release date. Now that it’s finally seeing the light of day (or the dark of the theater, whatever), Masterminds has a new trailer to remind you that A. It is definitely hitting theaters soon, and B. There are some very good reasons to see it.

‘Zoolander 2’ Review: This Comedy Sequel Will Leave You Feeling Blue (Steel)

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by Matt Singer February 10, 2016 @ 9:34 AM
Paramount
Is there a documented record for the most celebrity cameos in a single film? If there was, Zoolander 2 just broke it. The film opens with the murder of Justin Bieber and closes with ... well, without spoiling it, let’s say it closes with a whole slew of more cameos, and there’s at least 20 more in between. These are some of the biggest names from the world of fashion, music, TV, film, journalism, and pop culture. If Zoolander 2 was a party, the guest list alone would make it the greatest ever thrown. But Zoolander 2 is not a party. It is a movie. A bad movie. Never have so many cool people appeared in something so patently lame — or, as idiot male model Derek Zoolander mispronounces it, “luh-may.”

‘Zoolander 2’ Gets Uncomfortable in These Very Silly New Clips

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by Britt Hayes February 6, 2016 @ 2:54 PM
One of the funniest parts of the Zoolander 2 trailers features Owen Wilson’s Hansel hurling increasingly large and dangerous objects at Ben Stiller’s Derek Zoolander in an effort to trigger his magical model powers. You can see a slightly extended version of that scene in one of two new clips Paramount has released to promote the long-delayed comedy sequel, while the other…well…it’s pretty special.