Paramount Pictures brought their slate of upcoming releases to Comic-Con 2014 yesterday, including the R rated comedy Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Clark Duke arrived to represent the film in Hall H with two beautiful women at his side, before letting the Hot Tub Time Machine 2 red band trailer unspool for the first time, which brings the gang back together for an adventure into the future. Check out selected moments from the panel, with Clark Duke giving an interview immediately afterwards. You can also check out the trailer if you missed it yesterday.
Set 10 years after the original, Rob Corddry's character Lou is now a billionaire, after using the time machine to change Google to Lougle. The story centers on Nick (Craig Robinson) and Jacob (Clark Duke) who use the time machine to try and get back to the past after Lou gets in trouble, but they inadvertently end up in the future, which they must alter if they want to save their present-day environment.Read More
A hit with audiences of all ages when it was released theatrically this past March, DreamWorks Animation's The Croods is finally coming home on Blu-ray and DVD today, October 1. This family animated adventure follows the world's first prehistoric brood as they set out on an inaugural road trip, where they discover a fantastical and uncharted world.
Comedic actor Clark Duke leads a voice cast that also includes Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds and Cloris Leachman, playing the caveman son of Grug and Ugga. Thunk is a 9-year-old middle child, who is not very bright and has bad coordination but a good heart. We recently caught up with Clark to talk with him about this role in the CGI animated hit, his love of WWE, and where Thunk might be headed next.Read More
After securing $144 million domestically and $242 million overseas, DreamWorks Animation is ready to move forward on a sequel to their March hit The Croods.
Chris Sanders and Kirk De Micco, who partnered to write and direct the first outing, will return for The Croods 2, which doesn't yet have a set start date.Read More
Ken Howard and Clark Duke (Hot Tub Time Machine) have boarded Black Bear Pictures' comedy, A.C.O.D. Stu Zicherman is directing from a script he wrote with Ben Karlin.
The comedy centers a grown man who discovers that he was enlisted in a study about divorced children many years ago. When he's ushered into a present-day follow-up study, it wrecks new havoc on his family.Read More
Hot Tub Time Machine will go back in time on DVD and Blu-ray on June 29 and some of the film's stars appeared at a lavish party at the legendary Playboy mansion in Los Angeles to celebrate this new home video release. One of the stars in appearance was Clark Duke, who is already having a great year in 2010 with that comedy and also starring in Matthew Vaughn's comic book adaptation Kick-Ass. There has been talk of a sequel to the film and Duke revealed that it might be awhile until we see a follow-up film.
Duke also said that he's currently writing a script with Hot Tub Time Machine director Steve Pink.Read More
To begin with, the movie is a time-traveling comedy set in the '1980s so what motivated you guys to want to be in this film?
Clark Duke: You just named it all off man. It's a funny movie set in the '80s.Read More