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In honor of their years creating memorable characters and providing powerful performances, seasoned actors Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline have been rewarded with a trip to Las Vegas, compliments of 3 Ninjas, Cool Runnings, and National Treasure director Jon Turteltaub. Once there, they’ll be spending roughly 90 minutes referencing their ages, pretending to be drunk, and dropping prescription medication names, and to top it off, their fading lives will hit simultaneous peaks with a meet-and-greet with at least the LMFAO guy with the hair, if not also the other one. You can join in on all the excitement this November, but since it’s understandably hard to wait that long, here’s a little preview:
Old people in Vegas! It’s funny because it’s not actually an anomaly.
Just in case you weren't totally sure that Jelena had been reunited.
Over the weekend Biebs posted this photo to his Instagram with this caption: “You've been makin music for too long babe come cuddle” -her
Regarding that photo, I would like to add the following thoughts: “Cool hair, Biebs” and “For the love of god, please put a shirt on.”
Does this make Selena the Beileber Justin was thinking of when he posted this by default? Could be!
- The BBC has confirmed that gross fan fiction will be made real when David Tennant and Billie Piper join newer Doctor and companion Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman in this November’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary special. John Hurt will also appear to be like, “Wouldn’t I have been a pretty good Doctor?” We will agree.
- While Stephen Soderbergh has retired from feature films, he’s not quite ready to finally bite into that new Bioshock quite yet. In addition to stage versions of Magic Mike and Cleopatra, he tells EW he’s also working to adapt John Barth’s 1960 novel The Sot-Weed Factor into a 12-hour miniseries. The one-hour episodes will look at the colonization of Maryland in the 1600s from a satirical angle. Truly nothing is sacred.
- Billy Crudup, Anton Yelchin, Selena Gomez, and Laurence Fishburne have signed on to star alongside Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy in Macy’s directorial debut, Rudderless. The film focuses on a father who, after the loss of his son, discovers the deceased kid’s written music and forms a band in the hopes of finding himself closure. Instead, he finds himself in the behind-the-warnings stock footage of an erectile dysfunction drug commercial.
Hey, are you following I Watch Stuff on Twitter? Well, if you want some text to read during the Oscars, now would be a good time to start. I’ll be live-tweeting the show this Sunday, offering up some commentary and incisive criticism like: “You did NOT just wear that, Ang Lee.” Or, “Sorry, Sally Field, you are NO Beyoncé.” And probably, “Daniel Day-Who-Is-This?” It should be fun. If not, just move on to Billy Crystal’s feed. I won’t blame you. He’s a pro.
Built around the universally-accepted idea that spending a full week with your mom would be pretty intolerable–especially if you aren’t able to come to the silent agreement to just quietly watch Ellen together before retreating to separate parts of the house–The Guilt Trip casts Seth Rogen as an inventor taking his business on the road and, out of guilt for his widowed and lonely Barbra Streisand, takes her with him on the eight-day trek. Judging by this trailer, expect: mild chuckles, embarrassment, an ending emphasizing the worth of even the most hard-to-live-with of mothers, Barbra Streisand talking about penises a lot.
As another presidential election approaches, Hollywood is throwing their support behind efforts to get out the vote.
In a new public service announcement for Rock the Vote, Neil Patrick Harris, Miley Cyrus, Joel McHale, Busy Philipps, Josh Duhamel and more fellow stars all pitch in on the comedic clip about why voting is important to them.
Fellow participant “iCarly” star Miranda Cosgrove confidently explained, “This is my first time voting, but I know what I’m doing. I’m gonna run in, scream the name of the person I’m voting for, and run out.”
Noting the physical benefits of voting, Miss Cyrus admitted, “I’m voting because it makes my hands stronger for tweeting.”
As to the calming effects of the civic duty, Jane Lynch of “Glee” stardom confided, “I’m voting so I can take my mind off Kristen and Rob.” Watch the full Funny or Die video below.
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Originally conceived as a way to get Departed and Other Guys reunions happening concurrently, to make most efficient use of our dwindling Mark Wahlberg supplies, Three Mississippi (previously Turkey Bowl) was to star Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, and Alec Baldwin in a film about childish middle-aged men competing in an annual tackle football game. Now, the Wahlberg part is being given to Adam Sandler, casting him as rival to his fellow SNL breakout and son to Baldwin, thereby making his relationship with his scoutmaster that much more uncomfortable.
Though most would have accepted “because a Sandler/Ferrell film will obviously make a lot more money” as rationale for the change, Vulture has gone into the details of the decision, which basically had to do with scheduling. Wahlberg has committed to shooting Peter Berg’s Battleship follow-up, the similarly-naval themed Lone Survivor, this fall; at the same time, Ferrell and Three Mississippi‘s would-be director Adam McKay unexpectedly got the green light on shooting Anchorman 2 early next year, leaving this fall as the only time Ferrell is available to shoot, thus forcing Wahlberg out of the film and leading someone to say, “Well, if you can’t get Mark Wahlberg, Adam Sandler is essentially the same guy, right?” The Anchorman thing also forced McKay out of the director’s seat, and now Sandler’s That’s My Boy director, Sean Anders, is taking over.
Sandler has not yet officially signed on to the project, but just go ahead and try and imagine him turning down a role as a suburban father horsing around with fellow SNL alumni. So yeah, Sandler and Ferrell are going to be in a comedy together. How is that only just now happening?
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