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Charlie Day and Chris Hemsworth join the newly revived reboot of 'National Lampoon's Vacation.'
The Hangover turns five, and Laremy returns to relive the magic to see if it holds up.
It's time to unveil the truth behind The Wolfpack's night of Vegas debauchery.
Ed Helms will star in 'Epic Fail,' a comedy about a Special Forces unit that must save the world with comedy or something.
Paramount has tabbed Ed Helms to play Frank Drebin in a reboot of 'The Naked Gun' that is completely unnecessary.
Watch "Hopeless Wanderer" music video, with Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and more as Mumford & Sons.
Up until now, the only thing that we really knew about Anchorman 2 was that Will Ferrell and Co.
Trailerpalooza Week continues here at FilmDrunk with the Red Band trailer for We’re the Millers, which stars Jason Sudeikis as a small time weed dealer in way over his head.
The Vacation "reboot" (which actually sounds more like a sequel, but that's another story), has stalled over "creative differences," according to <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ed-helms-vacation-reboot-delayed-444823" target="_blank">THR</a>.
The first trailer for the third and final installment of The Hangover.
Ed Helms And Reggie Watts improvise a song and make a novelty CD we must possess on the newest episode of 'Comedy Bang! Bang!' on IFC.
Although it's a shoo-in for renewal, there's nothing yet official for a ninth season of "The Office" next year.
The poster hit the other day, and now there's a full trailer for Jeff Who Lives at Home, a Duplass Brothers comedy (Cyrus, The Puffy Chair) starring Ed Helms and Jason Segel, the two most likable dudes around outside of Paul Rudd and Sam Rockwell.
In case The Hangover 2 left you with nagging questions like, “Why does Justin Bartha get the short end of the stick each time.
The Hangover Part II is difficult to review fairly, especially when viewed in the context of what it really is: material 100% recycled from its successful, two-year-old predecessor.
Three weeks ago, the man who gave Mike Tyson his infamous, er, iconic face tattoo had <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/05/mike-tysons-tattoo-artist-sues-to-halt-hangover-2" target="_blank">filed suit</a> against the producers of The Hangover II, asking for an injunction to stop the film's release, scheduled for this Thursday.
Once a fixture of "Saturday Night Live," we haven't seen much of The Ambiguously Gay Duo -- Robert Smigel's innuendo-heavy cartoon -- since Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert (who voice the skits) attained comedic superstardom.