Universal is developing it as a star vehicle.
Looks like 50 Shades of Grey isn't the only dom in town.
They'll fight small-time crime ... and aliens.
Shawn Levy would direct.
If you trace a line of co-stars between them, you hit nearly every single buddy comedy alum of the past 50 years.
"I would say, watch it again. Take off the anger, get through the bitterness, and try to feature some class."
"And what do [I] have against electric cars anyway? Nothing!"
He seems to imply that complaints about his use of a gay joke in a movie trailer are dividers, not uniters.
"[Vince Vaughn] said, 'That's so gay,' and I was shocked that not only that they put it in the movie, but that they thought that it was okay to put that in a preview for the movie."
That you have so not been waiting for.
O. Russell's next movie is fast coming together — thanks to the imminent commitment of Scarlett Johannson to star alongside Vince Vaughn.
Plus: LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip to tour together.
Will Arnett and Cynthia Nixon!
How else to explain his paying $2,500 to stay the house that Snooki and The Situation once called home?
Jon Favreau picked the wrong photo to jerk off to.
Plus: Belushi heads to 'Defenders.'
The song has been legally downloaded over 267,000 times since its release on Friday night.
"It was you know uplifting lyrics. It wasn't nothing corny."
Plus: What does Ellen really think of Simon?
Kudos are due to the always charismatic Vaughn.
Plus: Viola Davis! Michael Mann! Cedric the Entertainer!
Unless this is a new form of viral marketing.
Bros before hos, y'all.
Was that the 'NYT' or 'Us Weekly' we read this weekend?
Plus: Paul Giamatti thought Ron Perlman was a real hunchback.