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Watch Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig Deliver the Funniest Moment of the Golden Globes

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by Matt Singer January 9, 2017 @ 9:40 AM
NBC
The Golden Globes have a reputation as a kind of edgy awards ceremony. (Well, edgy by the standards of awards shows anyway.) But this year’s host, Jimmy Fallon, is about as edgy as sphere, and his monologue lacked the bite of other previous hosts like Ricky Gervais. The only really funny moment of the night came during one of the awards presentations, when Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig took the stage to give out the Golden Globes for Best Animated Feature.

‘Despicable Me 3’ Trailer: How the Minions Got Their Gru Back

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by Matt Singer December 14, 2016 @ 11:38 AM
Illumination
Finally, the Despicable Me trilogy will be concluded. Until Despicable Me 4. Which I’m sure we’ll see soon enough; the first two Despicables plus the spinoff Minions earned more than $2.6 billion worldwide. People just love despicable cartoons, and also sentient Twinkees that talk in gibberish. That’s just the way it goes.

‘Minecraft’ Strikes Gold with Steve Carell as First Cast Acquisition

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by Charles Bramesco November 16, 2016 @ 8:43 AM
Mojang
Minecraft, an open-space computer game in which players can build and create anything their heart can desire, has amassed a gigantic following among youngsters who use their imaginations to give birth to expansive worlds. Universally beloved among the world’s middle-schoolers, the game has spawned every merchandising tie-in under the sun, from pixelated foam swords to T-shirts with snappy slogans to lunch boxes. And now, the youth phenomenon will permeate the mainstream even further through a feature film adaptation. The project was announced in 2014, they landed a director in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia creator Rob McElhenney in 2015, and this year, they’ve made moves to lock down their first star.

Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne to Star in Richard Linklater’s New Film

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by Britt Hayes August 30, 2016 @ 2:56 PM
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Richard Linklater’s follow-up to Everybody Wants Some is another sequel of sorts, but in an intriguing twist, it’s not connected to one of his own films. Instead, the Boyhood director has been developing a sequel to The Last Detail, the classic 1973 film starring Jack Nicholson and Randy Quaid. And now we have a few more reasons to get excited for Linklater’s latest: Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne.

Woody Allen’s ‘Café Society’ Confirmed as Opening Night Presentation at Cannes Film Festival

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by Charles Bramesco March 29, 2016 @ 10:51 AM
Amazon
It was just a week ago that the first rumblings of Cannes rumors began to swirl in advance of the prestigious film festival’s official programming announcement in April. As eager film fanatics slumbered with visions of new pictures from Nicolas...

10 Facts Faxed From ‘The Office,’ Approved By Michael Scott

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 9, 2015 @ 1:10 PM
NBC’s The Office borrowed plenty from its British predecessor did you know the writers revamped the series in Season 2 to make it more optimistic? Or that everyone from Paul Giamatti to Patton Oswalt had a shot at Dunder Mifflin? Grab a beet and stock up on paper, as the 35th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ mugs for the camera with some collated facts from The Office.

Emma Stone to Take the Court as Tennis Legend Billie Jean King in ‘Battle of the Sexes’

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by Charles Bramesco November 19, 2015 @ 9:35 AM
Sony
This larger-than-life story will form the basis of The Battle of the Sexes, a planned film with Emma Stone and Steve Carell in the starring roles. Variety reported on Stone’s involvement with the picture late last night, confirming that the star of Easy A and Aloha would replace Brie Larson (who had to drop out to star in The Glass Castle) for the Billie Jean King part.

‘The Big Short’ Trailer: Four Investment Bankers Walk Into a Global Economic Collapse

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by Matt Singer September 22, 2015 @ 8:20 AM
Adam McKay’s best known as the director of Will Ferrell comedies like Anchorman and Step Brothers. His films tend to be weird, bizarre, and silly. But his 2010 buddy cop comedy The Other Guys ended on a note that was more outraged than outrageous: Animated infographic closing credits that outlined the reasons and details of the 2008 economic collapse (which was the background of the case investigated in the film by Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg’s characters).