A man (Carrey) who finds himself very depressed, and is always saying no. When friends ask him out, he always says no, "Yes Man" will explore what happens when he decides to say YES to every thing that comes his way.
You can bring Jim Carrey's brand new comedy home on DVD and Blu-ray this April. Yes Man will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on April 7. The film will come in a single-disc DVD ($28.98 SRP), a two-disc special edition with Digital Copy ($34.99 SRP) and a Blu-ray edition ($39.99 SRP). At this time, special features were only announced for the Blu-ray edition, but we'll keep you posted on special features for the other two releases. The film stars Jim Carrey, Bradley Cooper, Zooey Deschanel, Terence Stamp, Danny Masterson and Molly Sims.
Carl Allen has stumbled across a way to shake free of post-divorce blues and a dead-end job: embrace life and say yes to everything. Working every funny bone in his nimble body and every muscle in his hilariously mobile face, Jim Carrey plays Carl in a YEScapade about opening up to lifes possibilities especially when those possibilities include romance with an intriguing, free-spirited musician (Zooey Deschanel). From the director of The Break-Up comes an invitation to discover the comedy power of yes.Read More
Box office competition will be fierce next week as My Bloody Valentine 3-D, Notorious, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Hotel for Dogs, and Chandni Chowk to China all open against each other in wide release. Not to mention Defiance will be getting distributed to more theaters. My money is on the security guard.
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Next week will see a slight shake up on the box office top ten as Universal's latest thriller The Unborn finally gets birthed upon the nation.
The Tale of Despereaux was released December 19th, 2008.Read More
For the first time this year, four brand new titles held court at the top of the weekend box office charts. All battled it out with only one true winner emerging for that top spot crown. 20th Century Fox's John Grogan adaptation Marley & Me, which stars Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson as a married couple that adopt the worst dog in the world, found its way into America's heart over the holiday weekend earning almost $10 million over its competitors with $37 million in first place. Since its Thursday debut, the film has pulled in $51.6 million, making it the last true hit of the year. And for those that have seen the film, don't rule out a sequel just yet. It is possible that another Grogan novel could find its way to the big screen sometime in the near future.
Next weekend will look a lot like this weekend on the box office charts, as the only new release will be Viggo Mortensen's euthanasia drama Good.Read More
The Vince Vaughn/Reese Witherspoon holiday comedy Four Christmases continued to make noise, dropping down into fifth place with another $7.7 million to its name. That brings its cumulative take to $100 million, solidifying it as a late in the year hit for Warner Brothers. And the highly touted indie Slumdog Millionaire continued to pull in a strong audience. It took in $3.1 million on just 589 screens for eighth place. The film with the highest per screen average was the Mikey Rourke comeback film The Wrestler, which garnered $52,250 on each of its four screens for a total take of $209,000.
Even more new films are opening this Wednesday to take advantage of the Christmas holiday, so look for next week's box office to be peppered with new hits including Adam Sandler's Bedtime Stories and the big screen adaptation of Marley & Me starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston.Read More
Yahoo! Movies has just posted the brand new teaser trailer for the upcoming Jim Carrey comedy, Yes Man, which will be released in theaters on December 19. Click below for your first glimpse at this new comedy.
Based on a memoir by British author Danny Wallace the studio picked up in April 2005, the story centers on a man who decides to change his life by saying yes to absolutely everything that comes his way. Saying yes leads him on a series of unexpected comedic adventures that turn his whole life upside-down.Read More
Earlier today, we were invited down to Pasadena to watch Jim Carrey jump off the Historic Colorado Street Bridge. The comedic icon performed the stunt himself for his upcoming feature film Yes Man. To see this death-defying leap, click on the video clip below (Watch for official footage of the press conference which is coming soon)...
In Yes Man, Jim Carrey stars as Carl Allen, a man who signs up for a self-help program based on one simple principle: say yes to everything. And anything. At first, unleashing the power of yes transforms Carl's life in amazing and unexpected ways, but he soon discovers that opening up his life to endless possibilities can have its drawbacks.Read More
Warner Bros. has released the first two images from their upcoming comedy Yes Man, which is slated to be released on December 19, 2008.
The film stars Jim Carrey, Zooey Deschanel, Bradley Cooper, Rhys Darby, John Michael Higgins, Danny Masterson, and Terence Stamp.Read More