"I haven't killed anybody since 1984!"
He'll join Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken.
It's from 2004, after he'd finished with 'Wedding Crashers' and was in need of work.
They'll join 'Dark Horse,' which Solondz promises will be his least controversial movie ever.
Plus: Captain Sully sells the film rights to his memoir.
Lidia Bastianich got her start at Walken's Bakery.
He's guest-hosting "The Leonard Lopate Show" on Monday.
"I remember this marvelous warm breeze coming in, so it was around June, and I was a couple of months old."
It is, indeed, "definitely in the Top 500" comedy sketches about the U.S. census.
Brandon Hardesty takes celebrity impersonation to another level.
Asked to confirm, Walken replied, "That is not not-true."
The go-to man for lunatic portrayals finds new shades of insanity — even for him — in 'A Behanding in Spokane.'
Plus: Hedy Lamarr, scientist?
Plus: Katie Holmes to leave the house.
Doubtful, but we're not sure it even matters.
That's the way love goes, we guess? Speaking of which: ScarJo got married! And more, in today's gossip roundup.