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The actor helped an expecting couple tell the world about their momentous news by posing in a creative photo with them.
The streaming giant is in talks with movie creators David Wain and Michael Showalter to turn the 2001 cult comedy into a prequel series.
For his 'Billy on the Street' segment on Funny or Die, Billy Eichner asks strangers whether they will sleep with the actor.
The 'Knocked Up' actor will play the brilliant scientist Dr. Hank Pym in the film adaptation to be directed by Edgar Wright.
The 'This Is 40' actor gets the coveted part shortly after his rumored competitor Joseph Gordon-Levitt was signed on for 'Sandman'.
Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, David Koechner and musical guest One Direction join host Rudd in his monologue, while Wiig and Fred Armisen return in 'Sound of Music Live!' spoof.
In another sketch, the 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues' star pitches himself as a sixth member of the British/Irish boyband.
Cast members Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Kristen Dunst and her actor boyfriend Garrett Hedlund are among the stars hitting the red carpet in Sydney, Australia.
Rudd is rumored being courted to play the title character, while his 'I Love You, Man' co-star is approached to be the hero's love interest.
The 'Looper' actor and the 'This Is 40' star are reportedly frontrunners to play the Marvel superhero.
All three actors will lend their voice in a January outing that also has Will Arnett, Leslie Mann and Seth Rogen as guest stars.
The new music video sees the 'I Need a Girl' rapper and the 'Wanderlust' actor obeying everything that Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, Akiva Schaffer and Robyn say.
Mindy Kaling, B.J. Novak, Rachael Harris, Dakota Johnson, Joan Cusack and more will join the current cast members to witness a wedding in the last episode of the NBC show.
The British model gives birth to her second child with husband Thomas Cohen on the day that would have been her late mother, Paula Yates' 54th birthday.
Frustration settles over Rudd's Alvin as he needs to cope with Hirsch's Lance, who is dopey and insecure, in the first trailer for the David Gordon Green-directed film.