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Steve Carell on Comedy: ‘I Don’t Want to Overthink It’

"There are no universal truths [about comedy]. I am very reticent about talking about what makes something funny. I love to hear these comedic minds talk about themselves and their careers and why they think things might be funny. But if [...]

By Bradford Evans

Kristen Wiig Officially Signs on for ‘Anchorman 2’

Anchorman director/co-writer Adam McKay tweeted last night that Kristen Wiig is officially on board for the sequel. This comes after word that Wiig was in negotiations for a role in Anchorman 2 back in December. Wiig will play the love interest [...]

By Bradford Evans

When They Were In College

Before many of our most beloved comedy stars made it big, they had the same four-year college experience as millions of young Americans. They sat nervously through the same orientation sessions, suffered through the same macroeconomics gen-ed [...]

By Erik Voss

Will Ferrell and Steve Carell: Together Again!

Steve Carell has signed on to co-star in Swear To God with Will Ferrell. Will, who's also producing, will play a hedge fund manager who thinks he sees God. It has yet to be specified but presumably, Carell will play the friend or enemy of a [...]

By Jesse David Fox

Steve Carell Does Some Flawless Character Work

As a movie star, Stevie Cars doesn't really get to do big characters very often. He's just sad guy who's in love or sad guy who's a therapist or sad guy who's the manager of an office or sad guy at the end of the world. Conan wanted to show [...]

By Jesse David Fox

Everyone Agrees that Steve Carell Is the Best

"I don't want to take up any more space than I'm given; I don't feel I'm entitled to any more than anyone else...If I'd had a great level of success early on, who knows how I would have responded. I might have been a complete jerk."

By Jesse David Fox

Vulture's 100 Most Valuable Stars

Vulture devised a formula to decide who matters most in movies – and you can adjust the stats to make your own list, too.

The Lost Projects of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris

Getting a movie through Hollywood’s grueling development gantlet is a difficult enough task, and after a process that can, in some cases, take decades, there’s no guarantee a movie will be well-received critically or commercially. It took [...]

By Bradford Evans