Zoolander 2 has a new poster and it’s the perfect way to celebrate being the most successful comedy launch of all time.
The last trailer for Paramount Pictures’ Zoolander 2 has broken a record, with over 52.2 million views – the most for any comedy trailer ever, according to Deadline. The trailer, which debuted online on November 18, gave fans a sneak peek at the highly anticipated sequel to the 2001 film. The movie features Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz, Kristen Wiig, and Will Ferrell, and hits theaters February 12th.
Will Ferrell continues his hard work towards comedic excellence in another movie, Daddy’s Home, which co-stars Mark Wahlberg and opens Christmas Day. Remember at the beginning of last year when you saw video of Ferrell hitting a cheerleader in the head with a ball during halftime of a New Orleans Pelicans game? Well, in the latest clip from Daddy’s Home, you get to see how they used it in the film.
Winter is coming, but Game Of Thrones won’t be coming back until April. Last week, the hit HBO show teased us all with their new poster for the upcoming season featuring a character who may or may not be dead…Jon Snow. We’ll get to find out for sure this spring. Are you excited?
LeBron James is setting the trend for athletes in Hollywood by doing the damn thing. There’s a great article on The Hollywood Reporter about how LeBron scored a $15 million investment from Warner Bros for an entertainment studio.
The Time Warner companies, led by Warner Bros., have invested $15.8 million in Uninterrupted with the goal of creating athlete-centric content for many platforms, including mobile, web and social, as well as linear television and film.
Get that money, Bron Bron.
Dave Chappelle is sick of you suckers recording his shows, and now he has a plan to make sure it never happens again. The comic has partnered with a tech company called Yondr to make sure you don’t bootleg his set with your cell phone.
According to Vulture, audience members will be required to place their phones in one of Yondr’s wireless-blocking phone pockets. The bags will then lock once guests enter the venue for the duration of the show. Now that’s smart.