Zoolander

Ben Stiller hasn’t forgotten about Zoolander 2. Also after the jump:

  • Vin Diesel remembers his late Fast & Furious 7 co-star
  • Guy Pearce wants to come back for Prometheus 2
  • Several prominent Randians will cameo in Atlas Shrugged
  • A Transformers producer says it’s early for trilogy talk
  • Rosario Dawson employs her feminine wiles in a Sin City scene
  • Koba gets mischievous in a Dawn of the Planet of the Apes clip
  • Watch an action-packed clip from Planes: Fire & Rescue
  • Laugh at the new trailer for The Inbetweeners 2

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Just a few hours after word of James Cameron’s hatred for Fox News host Glenn Beck spread across the internet, Beck fired back on the opening segment of his show this evening. In his monologue, Beck referred to his Antichrist reference as a joke (here’s the CNN transcript for full context) and added:

The best part is, this guy has carried this joke around with him for three long years. The guy’s making a billion dollars on a smurf-murdering movie and he’s stewing about a joke that nobody heard on a network nobody watched. I mean c’mon, really? It’s time to walk away from the CGI for a minute, Jim. Just for a second.

Beck also expressed mock fear for the the “79% of Americans who aren’t convinced greenhouse gases are the most important factor in the planet’s warming.”

But perhaps the most vicious attack is reserved for Beck’s preamble, in which he identifies James Cameron as “director of Avatar, Titanic and Piranha 2: The Spawning.” Ouch.

Video after the jump.

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UPDATED: Now with audio!

When your last two feature films have grossed over $3 billion worldwide at the box office, you can pretty much say whatever the hell you want. And that’s exactly what James Cameron did at a press junket yesterday.

The Hollywood Reporter covered the junket, which was promoting the home video release of Avatar. During the junket, Cameron was asked about his feelings on Fox News pundit Glenn Beck. His response? “Glenn Beck is a fucking asshole.” More quotes after the jump.

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