The planned Vacation reboot/sequel, starring Ed Helms and Christina Applegate, has already been delayed indefinitely over creative issues. It was slated to start filming in July.
Warner Bros. has released a new full-length trailer and six posters for The Hangover Part III, the final installment of director Todd Phillips’ blockbuster comedy series.
The Office and Hangover star Ed Helms is in talks with New Line Cinema to continue the Vacation films as a grown-up Rusty Griswold.
NBC has picked up The Office for a ninth season, even as it works out deals with stars John Krasinksi, Ed Helms and Jenna Fischer.
Jimmy Fallon’s comedy Guys With Kids has been picked up by NBC, while The Office‘s Mindy Kaling has set her series It’s Messy at Fox.
The Office star Jenna Fischer talks about the uncertainties surrounding the future of the NBC sitcom, and the desire of Ed Helms, John Krasinksi and herself wanting to return for another season.
Rumor is that Greg Daniels, who adapted The Office for American television, will pitch NBC on a reshuffling of the hit comedy some have dubbed The Office 2.0.
Warner Bros. has announced a May 24, 2013, release date for The Hangover III, the final installment of director Todd Phillips’ hit comedy series.
Buoyed by a terrific comedic cast and a tight script, independent filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass, tread funny, but familiar territory with their latest effort Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
The Technicolor adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax lacks the impact of the classic children’s book, weighing down its ageless environmental message with groan-inducing dialogue and silly excuses for musical numbers.
Franchise stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis are holding out for $15 million each to make a third Hangover film.
Universal Pictures has debuted the full-length U.S. theatrical trailer for Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, the 3D-animated adaptation of the beloved 1971 children’s book. The film, which stars Danny DeVito, Zac Efron, Ed Helms and Taylor Swift, opens March 2.