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Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson hit catwalk for 'Zoolander 2'

Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson hit catwalk for 'Zoolander 2'

PARIS (AP) — To deafening cheers, Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller stormed the Valentino catwalk during Paris Fashion Week Tuesday in a headline-grabbing stunt to announce the decision to make 'Zoolander 2.

Senh: Ben Stiller's mining his past hits to try to regain his box office standing. Grossing $45M in 2001, "Zoolander" wasn't exactly a huge hit. It's often quoted, but I'm curious to see if its cult status will eventually translate into box office gold.


BET renews 'Real Husbands of Hollywood'

BET is getting real about "Real Husbands of Hollywood," awarding the comedy a second season.


'The Hangover Part III' Gets a Trailer

The Hangover Part III

Given that it's set to arrive in theaters on May 24, The Hangover Part III hasn't seen much in the way of promotion until now -- but that all changed this week. One day after debuting a poster that pays comedic homage to the Harry Potter movies, the (alleged) conclusion to Todd Phillips men-behaving-badly trilogy has itself a trailer.


Study of late-night comics leaves out Jimmy Kimmel, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert

Reporters who cover politics and media had their undies in a bunch Wednesday over a study conducted by the Center for Media and Public Affairs announcing, “late night TV talk show comedians have told more jokes about Mitt Romney than about all Democrats combined since the party nominating conventions.”


Obama and Romney's jokes at Al Smith dinner are a welcome break from bitter campaign

Al Smith Charity Dinner

Only in America. In the grubby world of the campaign yesterday, there was no let-up as supporters and surrogates kept the bitter battle going. But inside the grace-filled glitter palace of the Waldorf-Astoria last night, President Obama and Mitt Romney shared a stage, a meal and stood united in homage to the eternal values of a singular nation.


‘Anger Management’ initial run ends tonight — will FX pick up another 90 episodes?

FX telecasts the final episode on its initial 10-episode order of Charlie Sheen’s comedy “Anger Management” tonight, after which the network will announce whether the show hit the ratings threshold under which the network is obligated to order 90 additional episodes, per its contract with Lionsgate, which produces the show.


'The Office' will end its run on NBC next season

The Office

"The Office" will be closing next year. Producer Greg Daniels says the NBC comedy will conclude business at Dunder Mifflin after the upcoming ninth season. He said Tuesday that the final year will be exciting and memorable and will take creative chances. And it will reveal who's been making the mock documentary that has provided the show with its format.


'Rush Hour 4' Will Be 'More Gritty'

Rush Hour 4

In a CraveOnline interview, producer Arthur Sarkissian says he's working on Rush Hour 4 with Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. It doesn't sound like he has a story yet but he wants it to be “more down to earth” and “more gritty” than Rush Hour 3.


‘Modern Family’ cast and producers settle differences, avoid a lawsuit

The producers and cast of the ABC hit comedy series “Modern Family” settled their differences, avoided a lawsuit and will begin shooting Monday.


Twitter sensation Kelly Oxford hooks Hollywood

Kelly Oxford

Social media's quippy queen Kelly Oxford goes from tweeting to screenwriting on the strength of her posts, snagging a book deal and reeling in Hollywood fans like Jimmy Kimmel. From a snow-crested corner of Alberta, Canada, Kelly Oxford made her Hollywood screenwriting dream come true. She did it without leaving her close-knit family or giving up her free nationalized healthcare. She did it 140 characters at a time.


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