It's a stripper drama.
To celebrate the 1994 film’s 20th anniversary, Vulture pays tribute to Janeane Garofalo’s sassy Gap manager.
Exquisitely produced, immaculately acted, and thoroughly uninvolving: the perfect nothing of a movie.
"It was always an interesting thing: who went for Troy, and who went for Michael. Michael's in the real world."
Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, and others reflect on the iconic scene that “escalated quickly” and “really got out of hand, fast.”
With Patton Oswalt helping.
But he'll always be Cousin Matthew to us.
Let's sit at a diner, smoke a hundred cigarettes, and talk this through.
Meanwhile, Adam Scott has some really unconvincing facial hair.
Ferrell: "This is a crazy and maybe even stupid idea."
He's doing Night at the Museum 3 with director Shawn Levy.
It's based on Black's You're Not Doing It Right.
Scratch the surface of The Watch and you’ll find a lot of anxiety about the neutering of the modern American male.
Plus: Why Kevin Nealon never did cocaine, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
And other things we learned from The New Yorker.