Ken Jeong is breaking into the world of WWE movies. Variety reports that the Community favorite has signed on to star in a comedy for WWE Studios with a working title of Untitled Celebrity Death Pool. The film will center on Jeong's character as "a struggling nightclub owner who after amassing a large debt from a loan shark, sets out to win a long-running celebrity death pool by attempting to kill Hasselhoff." Hasselhoff and WWE's own Hulk Hogan have both signed on to make cameo appearances.
Untitled Celebrity Death Pool isn't the only starring role to be announced for Jeong this summer; he's also set to topline the [...]
The Lonely Island's Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer might get to star in their own movie. According to Variety, the comedy trio is currently developing a film with Universal Pictures that they would also star in, with Judd Apatow onboard as director and Taccone and Akiva both set to co-direct. Not much is known on the plot of the movie except that it would be "set in the world of music." This news follows the deal The Lonely Island made back in January to develop digital content for Fox, so hopefully this means we can expect the trio all over the big and small screens [...]
After over a year and a half of being officially attached to the project, Richard Linklater has announced that he will no longer be directing the long-in-the-works remake of The Incredible Mr. Limpet based on the 1964 Don Knotts film of the same name. Coming Soon reports that Linklater is exiting Mr. Limpet to focus on That's What I'm Talking About, which he's described as a "spiritual sequel" to his 1993 film Dazed and Confused.
Since Linklater signed on to the Mr. Limpet remake last year, the project was beginning to take shape with Zach Galifianakis playing the titular role along with Jon Hamm, Josh Gad, [...]
It's been five years since Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian premiered, and the first trailer for the third installment Secret of the Tomb was just released. The film stars Ben Stiller, plenty of returning characters (Owen Wilson, Robin Williams, Ricky Gervais, Steve Coogan), some new ones (Rebel Wilson, Ben Kingsley), and a caveman who looks a lot like Ben Stiller in a quest that takes the gang outside of the museum and into the streets of London.
After making waves at Sundance, getting funded through Indiegogo, and releasing a teaser trailer last month, filmmaker newcomer Justin Simien's Dear White People dropped its first official trailer yesterday. Not only does the trailer make Dear White People look even more promising than before, but it features 100% more Dennis Haysbert AKA the Allstate Insurance guy.