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A contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare's classic comedy, the black-and-white film tells the story of obsession, friendship, hatred, love, loyalty, power, deceit and truth.
Two new comedy series executive produced by Ferrell and Stiller are ready to entertain IFC viewers later this year.
The former CIA officer whose real-life story is adapted by Ben Affleck in the Oscar-winning film gushes about the Sunday's victory, 'It was an emotional reaction, it was amazing.'
The Biebs drops the claymation lyric video to the Drake-assisted single from his 'Believe' album.
The 'Tower Heist' actor will reprise his role as Tony Wonder in one episode of the revived comedy.
Paramount Pictures decides to move back the special screening 'out of honor and respect for the families of the victims whose lives were senselessly taken.'
Joining the call to stop access to guns are Kourtney Kardashian, John Stamos, Rashida Jones, Dax Shepard, Michelle Branch and Piers Morgan.
Joined by co-stars Vince Vaughn and Richard Ayoade, Stiller and Hill are all smiles as they hit the red carpet that rolls outside the Grauman's Chinese Theater.
To be directed by Shawn Levy, the new movie project is dubbed an 'island-set comedy' which script is expected to be written by Nicholas Stoller.
The estranged wife of Kris Humphries says of her relationship with the G.O.O.D Music rapper, 'Now I just love that I'm with someone that's a couple years older than me.'
Looking nearly unrecognizable in drastic old-age makeup, Stiller and Wiig are snapped shooting a scene for the upcoming fantasy comedy movie in New York.
Stiller says that the film will likely not postpone its July 27 release date in the U.S. theaters, while Levy insists that the upcoming comedy has no relation to the Trayvon Martin tragedy.
The 'Tower Heist' actor is set to direct, executive produce and star in 'All Talk', which is described as 'politically, religiously, culturally, intellectually and sexually irreverent.'
The spoof video features A-list celebrities like Ben Stiller, Sean Penn, Matt Damon and Kristen Wiig getting together to brainstorm ideas for the fictional Clinton Foundation's Celebrity Division.
The October 9's episode also features Hugh Jackman as Daniel Radcliffe in a skit where Andy Samberg sports hair like Wolverine's.