Curb Your Enthusiasm star/creator Larry David hosted last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, but the show was stolen during the regular sketch Weekend Update, with two surprise guests stopping by. Zoolander 2 stars Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson made an unannounced appearance as their beloved characters Derek Zoolander and Hansel. While they were supposed to discuss Fashion Week in New York City, they instead discussed the fashion style of this year's Presidential candidates, where they shared their thoughts on Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz and, of course, Donald Trump.
Their appearance came just days after the final trailer was released, which revealed that the obscure character Evil DJ (Justin Theroux) from the original Zoolander will return. In the original Zoolander, Justin Theroux had a small part as Evil DJ, who challenged both Derek Zoolander and Hansel to a break-dance showdown, set to the original "Relax." While he wasn't very well-known at the time, Justin Theroux went on to become both an accomplished actor and writer, starring in the hit HBO series The Leftovers and writing the scripts for Ben Stiller's Tropic Thunder, Iron Man 2 and Rock of Ages. He also co-wrote the script for Zoolander 2 with Ben Stiller, Nick Stoller and John Hamburg.Read More
Just weeks after the first trailer arrived, Paramount Pictures has released two new character posters for Zoolander 2. While we don't get to see Derek Zoolander's poster quite yet, Yahoo! Movies has debuted character posters for the new character Valentina, played by Penélope Cruz and the returning supermodel Hansel, played by Owen Wilson. While Hansel is enjoying the perks of life as a fashion icon, Valentina is ready to spring into action on her motorcycle.
The sequel centers on Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson), who are recruited by Valentina (Penelope Cruz), an Interpol agent and former swimwear model, to stop a deranged killer who is targeting the most beautiful people in the world. The first trailer revealed that this assassin starts his killing spree with none other than pop star Justin Bieber, who was revealed in a set photo posted by star/director Ben Stiller back in April. Other celebrities this killer has bumped off include Usher Raymond, Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus.Read More
Settle in for a hilarious tale of complicated relationships like no other with She's Funny That Way, currently available on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital HD), Digital HD and On Demand from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. In case you haven't picked up this comedy quite yet, we have an exclusive preview with stars Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots and legendary director Peter Bogdanovich, who shed some light on the characters in this story, proving that following your dreams can get rather complicated. The story centers on Owen Wilson's character, a director whose tryst with an escort (Imogen Poots) complicates his professional life.
She's Funny That Way comes from Academy Award-nominated director Peter Bogdanovich and is written by Louise Stratten and Peter Bogdanovich. The movie stars Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots, Kathryn Hahn, Will Forte, Cybill Shepherd, Austin Pendleton, Joanna Lumley and Richard Lewis, with Rhys Ifans and Jennifer Aniston. Described as a screwball comedy, She's Funny That Way features the interconnected personal lives of the cast and crew of a Broadway production.Read More
Shanghai Noon and Shanghai Knights stars Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan have signed on for the new sequel Shanghai Dawn, which is moving forward at MGM Studios. Jonathan Glickman will oversee the project for MGM, which is currently seeking a screenwriter to craft a new story. No plot details were released at this time, and it isn't known when production may begin.
Owen Wilson's Roy O'Bannon, a small-time thief, and Jackie Chan's Chon Wang, an Imperial Guard, first teamed up in 2000's Shanghai Noon, which was coming off the heels of Jackie Chan's success in teaming up with Chris Tucker in 1998's Rush Hour. The story followed the unlikely team of O'Bannon and Wang as they joined forces to save a kidnapped princess. The movie only made $99.2 million worldwide from a $55 million budget, but it spawned the sequel Shanghai Knights in 2003, which took the action to London. The sequel earned $88.3 million worldwide from a $50 million budget.Read More
The Weinstein Company has released the first trailer for No Escape, starring Owen Wilson. This intense international thriller is set for release on September 2. What begins as an American uprooting his family to a foreign land quickly turns into a nightmare beyond comprehension, as you'll witness in this first look footage.
No Escape centers on an American businessman (Wilson) as he and his family settle into their new home in Southeast Asia. Suddenly finding themselves in the middle of a violent political uprising, they must frantically look for a safe escape as rebels mercilessly attack the city. Pierce Brosnan, Lake Bell and Claire Geare round out the supporting cast.Read More
Legendary director Peter Bogdanovich returns with the new dramatic comedy She's Funny That Way. The first trailer has arrived, and it brings a star studded cast that includes Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston, Imogen Poots, Quentin Tarantino, Lucy Punch, Kathryn Hahn, Rhys Ifans, Will Forte and Debi Mazar.
She's Funny That Way follows a married Broadway director named Arnold (Owen Wilson) who falls for prostitute-turned-actress named Izzy (Imogen Poots) and tries to help advance her career. Along for the ride is Izzy's therapist Jane, Jane's husband and and Arnold's wife. Its sure to be one wild ride that fits right in with such Peter Bogdanovich classics as Paper Moon and What's Up Doc?Read More