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Despite almost 15 years passing since Zoolander first hit theaters, interest in the film is still quite high. Paramount Pictures and Ben Stiller must be breathing a sigh of relief. The studio announced the Zoolander 2 trailer has broken the record to become the most successful comedy trailer launch of all time. Clearly, deciding to finally film a sequel was a good idea.

Reportedly, the first trailer generated a ridiculously good 52.2 million views in its first week of release. The previous record was held by another highly-anticipated sequel, Dumb and Dumber 2 which raked in 49 million views.

No doubt the controversy surrounding Benedict Cumberbatch’s character helped Zoolander 2. His androgynous character was criticized as “the modern equivalent of using blackface to represent a minority,” stated Sarah Rose who started a petition to boycott the film which so far has more than 14,000 signatures.

Zoolander 2 opens nationwide on Feb. 12, 2016. Check out the trailer below if you haven’t already seen it.

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The first trailer for 2oolander aka Zoolander 2 has arrived. And it’s as fantastic as you’d hoped it’d be. From the looks of it, the storyline doesn’t deviate too far from its predecessor. Ben Stiller is as dimwitted as ever. The only difference is he’s no longer a top male model since he’s not a spring chicken anymore.

When an Interpol agent played by Penelope Cruz enlists his help to infiltrate the fashion industry for a secret mission, he’s ecstatic he can strut his stuff once again. Turns out, someone is killing all the beautiful people in the world and must be stopped.

Stiller, Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell return to reprise their iconic roles. Joining the stylish party for the first time are a whole host of famous faces including Kristen Wiig, Justin Bieber, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ariana Grande, Mika, Kylie Mooney, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Billy Zane. Justin Theroux who appeared in the first film as an evil DJ co-wrote the screenplay for the sequel.

2oolander sashays into theaters on February 12, 2016. Check out the first trailer below. Wiig, not surprisingly, steals the show.

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A romantic comedy with commitment issues.” Definitely an appropriate tagline.

Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis play former hook-ups who reconnect at a sex addiction support group. They sorta become each others sponsors as they quickly bond over their shared obsession with all things sex-related. Problem is, the sexual tension becomes too much and their platonic friendship becomes romantic but without the fun stuff.

Natasha Lyonne, Amanda Peet, Adam Scott and Marc Blucas round out the cast. Will Ferrell serves as one of the producers of the racy romantic comedy. It penetrates theaters on September 11. Check out the red band trailer for Sleeping With Other People below.

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It’s dad versus step-dad. My money is on the sexy DILF 😉

Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell reunite for a new family comedy titled Daddy’s Home. Ferrell is the perfect stepfather to his wife’s two children. That is, until their biological father Mark Wahlberg arrives. He finds his world turned upside down when they engage in a competitive game of one-upmanship for the affection of the kids. Mark and Will show off the same winning chemistry they displayed in their previous film together, The Other Guys.

Linda Cardellini also appears in the Sean Anders-directed film. Daddy’s Home invades theaters on December 25, 2015. Minus the creepy-sounding title, the movie looks like fun holiday fare. Check out the trailer below.

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Only hours after it was announced back in April that Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig were working on a Lifetime movie together, the two released a statement that because the project was supposed to be a secret, it was in their best interest to not move forward with it. Well, the joke’s on us because they made it anyway!

On June 20th, a high-stakes drama thrilled titled “A Deadly Adoption” will premiere on Lifetime. Wiig and Ferrell play a husband and wife who take in and care for a woman (Jessica Lowndes) in the final months of her pregnancy with hopes of adopting the baby. However, the situation quickly spirals dangerously out of control.

As you know, these two actors are usually always in comedic roles so this will be great to see them doing something else. In fact, Wiig is also in another serious role this year in the film The Martian, starring Matt Damon. Wet your appetite for A Deadly Adoption the short preview below!

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Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig are a deadly combination, literally in this case. They teamed up previously on IFC’s The Spoils of Babylon and who could forget their hilarious Golden Globes appearance. The comedic duo were set to reunite for a Lifetime movie but it has now been scrapped.

A Deadly Adoption would’ve featured Wiig and Ferrell as a husband and wife who take in and care for a woman (Jessica Lowndes) in the final months of her pregnancy with hopes of adopting the baby. However, the situation quickly spirals dangerously out of control.

The project was called a “high-stakes dramatic thriller” and would’ve been somewhat of a parody of soapy thrillers to celebrate the networks’ 25th anniversary of its movie franchise. Find out below why the project is now dead.

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Movie Review: Get Hard

In: Matt, Movies

Get Hard is easily the most ridiculous movie of the year so far but it isn’t without its merits. While I try to be honest with myself when it comes to expectations I have to say the bar was pretty low going in to this one. I hadn’t watched the trailer, but everything Will Ferrell has done since Step Brothers really hasn’t hit the mark for me.

Kevin Hart co-stars in the movie about an investment banker who prepares for jail time with the help of the guy who washes his car. If you think you’re ready for the racial and gay stereotypes that ensue let me tell you… You’re not. Get Hard is certainly not for everyone, especially for the faint of heart but even in its most crass and low-brow moments it attempts a social satire that while extremely rude in its delivery is often effective in its message.

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NBC went a little overboard with its special celebrating Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary. If you count the hour-long red carpet special, the entire tribute clocked in at four and a half hours. Mind you, the last hour was filled mostly with commercials, but still. A tad overkill.

With that being said, there were plenty of memorable moments from a star-studded roster including SNL alums Tina Fey, Kristen Wiig, Jane Curtain, Amy Poehler, Dana Carvey, Mike Myers, Martin Short, Steve Martin, Adam Sandler and plenty more fan favorites. They were joined by A-list stars such as Edward Norton, Emma Stone, Kerry Washington, Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Douglas, Sean Hayes, Melissa McCarthy and Taylor Swift to name just a few.

Throughout the night, Lorne Michaels and company resurrected popular skits including Celebrity Jeopardy once again featuring an inappropriate Sean Connery, Maya Rudolph as Beyonce and Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reuniting for Wayne’s World. Another highlight saw Jane Curtain joining Tina Fey and Amy Poehler at the Weekend Update anchor desk.

The two most disappointing moments was the N Sync reunion that was rumored but never happened and Eddie Murphy’s awkward return to his former stomping grounds. Talk about underwhelming.

Check out my favorite moments below which includes Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake’s sensational opening number referencing SNL’s most iconic moments from the past four decades. Be sure to weigh in afterward on your favorite and least favorite moments.

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