While Lloyd and Harry might act like brothers, their interactions with another family are the center of Dumb and Dumber To.
Laurie Holden, best known for playing Andrea on The Walking Dead, has been cast as an evil housewife who is poisoning her rich husband (Funny or Die’s Steve Tom) while hoping to run away with another man. She’s also trying to off her step-daughter, played by Days of Our Lives‘ star Rachel Melvin. Read More »
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The Farrelly Brothers, Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey will all get a bit dumber later this Fall as the long anticipated sequel to the hit 1994 comedy Dumb and Dumber is set to start shooting. This one is called Dumb and Dumber To, and Lloyd and Harry will hit the road again when one of them finds out they have a child. At least, that’s the rumored plot. Kathleen Turner is joining the cast as well.
The Farrellys have been thinking about this film for almost two decades and now they are very close to making it a reality. How close exactly? Their star is sporting his trademark chipped tooth. Check out Jim Carrey’s photo below. Read More »
Posted on Friday, August 30th, 2013 by Angie Han
Peter Farrelly, Bobby Farrelly, Jim Carrey, and Jeff Daniels have been trying to make Dumb and Dumber To for some time, and now they’re ready to bring a new face into the fold. Kathleen Turner has boarded the long-awaited comedy sequel, which is aiming to shoot this fall. More details after the jump.
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Want to see some set photos from Guardians of the Galaxy? Is Jim Carrey in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Are we going to see an Aquaman animated film? Does Bryan Cranston want to play Lex Luthor in Batman vs. Superman? What happens when you blend Thor: The Dark World and Arrested Development? How is Batman Begins described in China? What do Chris Evans, Natalie Portman and other Marvel stars have to say about their new films? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
There was a time when it looked like Kick-Ass 2 might never happen, but now the film opens in just over a week. We’ve seen quite a few trailers, some clips, and a behind the scenes look or two. But if you want one more glimpse at the film before it opens, check out this red-band featurette. There’s some new footage here for your enjoyment, as well as a bit of gore and (of course) plenty of cussin’. Read More »
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When I sat down to do my Kick-Ass 2 interview at Comic-Con, I was only expecting to talk to director Jeff Wadlow. But when I looked up from hitting the record button on my recorder, I was surprised to see Kick-Ass creator/writer Mark Millar also sitting at the table.
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The proposed sequel to Dumb and Dumber — the real sequel, made by Bobby and Peter Farrelly and starring Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey — has been an on-again off-again thing for a little while. But now, after being dumped by New Line and Warner Bros. and picked up by Universal, the film is set to go.
Last night, Jimmy Fallon had Jeff Daniels as a guest on Late Night, and asked about the sequel. The actor said he and Carrey are set, as are the Farrellys, and while he is a bit cautious (“I’ll believe it’s happening when I’m actually there staring at Jim Carrey”) he admits that Dumb and Dumber To is scheduled to shoot in September for a 2014 release.
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Dave, Devindra, and Russ reflect on how many great coming-of-age films are being released this year, praise HBO’s customer retention strategies, and explain why they think Jim Carrey can do or say whatever the hell he wants. Be sure to read up on why The Lone Ranger is bad for our society and check out Jim Carrey’s video on gun control.
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Posted on Monday, June 24th, 2013 by Angie Han
When the first Kick-Ass hit theaters, it came under fire for its copious and unapologetic violence. With about two months to go until the release date, it appears that Kick-Ass 2 will get more of the same. But this time, some of the criticism is coming from a rather unexpected place.
Star Jim Carrey has hit Twitter to publicly denounce the violence in the film, saying he “cannot support” it in the wake of Sandy Hook. Shortly afterward, Mark Millar, who penned the movie’s comic book source material, issued his own measured response to Carrey’s announcement. “Jim, I love ya and I hope you reconsider,” he wrote. Hit the jump to read both of their comments.
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