Emma Stone and the Cast of ‘Birdman’ Know Their Underwear

-Heather Ricks

Emma Stone, Edward Norton, and Zach Galifianakis star in the much buzzed about dark comedy Birdman, which also marks the return of its star Michael Keaton to the big screen. While the film deals with an aging star’s struggle with his career, ego, and personal life as he tries to mount a Broadway show, one of the most memorable scenes in the movie has Keaton running around Times Square with only his tighty whities to support him.

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Funny Or Die Pits President Barack Obama Against Zach Galifianakis


Despite everything President Barack Obama has on his plate, he managed to squeeze in some face time with Zach Galifianakis for Funny Or Die’s web series, Between Two Ferns. The leader of the free world used his appearance on the show to plug the Affordable Care Act, but things quickly went awry. Let’s just say, if you think you’ve seen some tense interviews featuring the prez, you haven’t seen anything yet.

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Not-So ‘The Best Man’ And More: 10 Movie Wedding Parties That Make Us Want To Elope

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They wear awful dresses for you, selflessly plan your parties, listen to your jitters and endless discussion of seating arrangements and flowers — the people in your wedding party are generally awesome people. Why, then is Hollywood obsessed with making best men, bridesmaids and maids of honor disastrously terrible? Because it’s good fun. In honor of The Best Man Holiday’s release this week, we looked back at the original The Best Man, along with other favorite wedding movies from Bridesmaids to My Best Friend’s Wedding, to count our blessings that none of these people were in our own big day.
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That’ll Be Quite Enough Anne Hathaway 2: The Return of Anne Hathaway

In case you forgot, Anne Hathaway has the tendency to be insufferable, and she’s not busy doing much to help fight that. On a special Oscars edition of Zach Galifianakis’ Between Two Ferns, almost all of his guests played themselves as straight men to Zach’s wacky interview tactics. But you know who took it 100 steps further, playing a drunk(?) version of herself? You guessed it: Anne Hathaway.

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Movie Trend Alert! Magic Mike 2, The Hangover Part III: Hope Everyone Likes Road Movies!

Hangover Part III, Magic Mike 2

Road trip! Naked, drunken road trip! Try to keep your 2013 calender open, because it looks like both The Hangover Part III and Magic Mike 2 are going to be road movies. “This time, there’s no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off,” ComingSoon reports as the movie’s official plot description. The Hangover Part III seems like it would easily translate into a road movie (Ed Helms is definitely getting left in a filthy rest stop bathroom) and the format would work for the plot Zach Galifianakis allegedly spilled last year (in which the threequel “ditches the format of the first two and focuses on his character escaping from a mental institution with help from the wolf pack.”), but for stripping? We just don’t know, ya’ll.

According to a recent interview with German site Filmstarts in which certified genius Channing Tatum offers himself up as a potential Magic Mike 2 director, the film’s co-writer Reid Carolin allegedly describes the plot as a “broad road trip comedy.” Based on comments from Joe Manganiello back in June, it also looks like the film is going to be a prequel. So how is that going to work? Are the guys going to learn to strip at seedy roadside bars? Are they going to wear painfully outdated clothes from 2002 in order for the continuity to make sense aaaaaaand we’re back on board! Wooooooo hooooo! Sexy, flared jeans road trip!

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Is The Campaign To Blame For Uggie’s Retirement?

There are a lot of reasons to laugh at Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis‘ movie The Campaign, but only one real reason to jump up and down in your seat: Uggie the dog makes a cameo! For real, we were sure that we’d seen the last of The Artist’s scene-stealer during awards season, when his trainers announced the 10-year-old canine was retiring from showbiz. But it turns out, Campaign director Jay Roach booked him just under the wire.

“Uggie retired the day after we shot,” Roach told VH1. “I don’t know what that says about our set. Maybe it’s a source of so much stress that Uggie couldn’t take … or maybe it was what had to happen to Uggie [in the movie].”

We won’t spoil what happens to the beloved terrier in the movie, but once you see it, you’ll know why Roach told us, apologetically, “Neither Uggie nor any infants were harmed on our set. It was all visual effects.” Maybe it’s just that Uggie didn’t quite get Ferrell and Galifianakis’ particular brand of teasing comedy.
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