Remember that teaser trailer from last year? Yeah, it is kind of like that.
Now the last episode of The Office has been completed, we finally know for sure if Steve Carell will be making any kind of cameo or return appearance.
A slightly awkward parenting moment and man built for the bowling alley.
With some tough competition coming from Monsters University and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, we’ll have to wait and what Despicable Me 2 can do in the battle of the 2013 animation sequels when it’s released this July.
Or, by its full title, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.
Movie stars I really like lampooning pretentious magicians I really don’t.
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But it is all has to wait for a certain news-reporting frog.
I want him to come back. Will I get what I want for once?
It’s nice to see the actors actually do the magic and the film not depend on CG.
Do you like magic? Showbiz razzle dazzle? Wigs?
Move over lamp, Brick’s getting a new love.
Michael Scott may be coming back. What about David Brent?
And many, many more people you like to watch too. Maybe some you don’t.
It’s the end of the world as we know it, so just how do Steve Carell and Keira Knightley feel?
An end of the world comedy. Who doesn’t like those?
Get ready for some movie marketing history in the making. Not a single frame of Anchorman 2 has been shot yet, but already there are two different teaser trailers doing the rounds. Okay, 1.5 different trailers. Or 1.2. They´re pretty …
As a box-set viewer, I’ve yet to see a single episode of The Office without Steve Carell, and I’m a little apprehensive about what I’ll find when I do. Still, one of the beauties of TV is that long term …
Linda Ge writes for Bleeding Cool. Now that we know Anchorman 2 is officially a go, director Adam McKay has been more than happy to share more details about what we might get to see in one of the most …