There was a lot of speculation surrounding Kristen Wiig's return for a Bridesmaids follow-up, but the comedy star and film's co-writer/producer has confirmed with E! Online that she will not be participating in a sequel. Will you still check out the sequel or is a Wiig-less Bridesmaids not worth your time?
So while we've spent the past day recovering from The Golden Globes, we asked Fandango users what they thought were the biggest snubs and surprises of this year's awards show. We also surveyed them to see what they thought was host Ricky Gervais's best joke. Clearly, you have a lot of love for Bridesmaids.
Bridesmaids was one of the biggest box-office surprises of 2011 – raking in over $288 million worth of ticket sales and making a bonafide star of Kristen Wiig. Universal has wanted to launch a sequel since the first returns started rolling in – but so far, Bridesmaids 2 is stuck standing at the altar, with Wiig reluctant to return.
This week, the rather overhyped and overrated Bridesmaids takes a walk down the video store aisle...
With half the movie year gone, we decided to take a look back at some of the best and worst films that have hit the big screen so far. Granted, the list below may certainly change between now and the eve of 2012, with studios rolling out Oscar-bait movie and sleeper hits still waiting to be discovered. Let’s take a look at some Razzie-worthy worst movies that have hit the cinemas so far...
The mutants are back, and as predicted (by me and 88% of you),X-Men: First Class came in at the top of the weekend box office with $56 million. Sound off in our poll and let us know what you thought of the movie. We also have some movie-related questions for you.
Nowadays whenever a movie rakes in the bucks at the box office, talk immediately turns to doing a sequel. So it's no surprise that with the breakout success of Bridesmaids over the past couple of weekends that talk has turned to bringing the ladies back together for a sequel.
Another weekend in the books, and Thor’s hammer maintained enough tenacity to top the box office yet again with a healthy $34 million, bringing its domestic gross to $119 million. But the big story this weekend didn’t revolve around Thor – instead, it was all about the ladies. Or, well, Bridesmaids to be more precise.
Positive word-of-mouth helped propel the first superhero movie of the summer, Thor, to a first weekend domestic take of $65.7 million. This week, two new challengers emerge to attempt to capture the top spot. Let's take a look…
As the summer moviegoing season gets into full swing this second weekend of May, and Bridesmaids arrive, we're noticing a certain trend this time around…which is, 'hey funny men, move over, the ladies of comedy have arrived, and we aren’t about to make any apologies...
Pirates, superheroes and The Wolfpack. Yup, the Summer Movie Season has finally arrived. See what's hitting theaters this month and sound off in our comment section and poll. What is your most anticipated movie for May?
Day Three at the SXSW Film Festival found a jam-packed Pee-Wee Herman panel, a double feature of Universal comedies (Paul and Bridesmaids), some distributors interested in the film Kill List and a tiny film called The FP, which completely took me by surprise by delivering the most insane premise on a plate full of awesome.
I started this post off as a "The Five," with intentions of predicting what the five most anticipated films of 2011 were. But then I thought, um, no. It's not about that. It's more about which films I'm personally looking forward to -- and which ones you're personally looking forward to -- then some imaginary list based off very early buzz. So that's what we're doing today.
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"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
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"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
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