In True Story and I Am Michael, which are both premiering at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, the 36-year-old actor struggles to perform within his own enigmatic persona.
Just some food for thought.
An estimated $60 million debut places the sequel among the top three live-action comedies of the last 10 years.
“The audience, all they want is to think that this goes on forever and ever and ever.” MAJOR SPOILERS ahead!
With movies like Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The LEGO Movie, 21 Jump Street and its self-aware sequel, directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have charted the most creative and unlikely career path in Hollywood — all because they have each other.
With winks toward its sequel status, its epic bromance, and its cops-undercover-as-kids premise, 22 Jump Street is the summer’s most self-mocking movie. And it’s even funnier than the first installment.
“It was not the Jonah that we know,” says Christopher Miller, who with director Phil Lord also commented on the incident’s ironic connection to their film. Warning: 22 Jump Street spoilers ahead!
The actor continued to address his use of a gay slur last night alongside Jimmy Fallon.
“I used a word I don’t use in my personal life. It’s not part of my vernacular.”
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire tops the night with three awards.
“And I just want to say, I love you, Mom.” —Jared Leto
It’s almost as good as the Justin Timberlake one. #Funnystuff.
Plus 18 throwback pictures of Kanye West, the Kickstarter campaign to buy a burrito, and what meal famous chefs made to win over their future spouses.
The Spike Jonze flick gets a bizarre twist that reunites the Superbad BFF’s.
“I don’t want your autograph.”
This year’s Oscar nominees have proven themselves as actors, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t made some less-than-great choices in the past.
There were plenty of standout characters who elevated the movies and shows they were in this year. Here are our favorites, and the actors who portrayed them. In no particular order!
In the style of a Ken Burns documentary, because why not. Also starring Vince Vaughn and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Benedict Cumberbatch as Verbal Kint? Can we get this greenlit tomorrow?
Johnny Knoxville scored with a $32 million debut of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, but where does he rank among today’s best comedy stars?
Hey, everyone has to start somewhere.
That story and more in today’s CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!