Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues has been filming for what feels like ages, so it's a good thing we already know we have some really exciting cameos to look forward to! Pretty much everyone from the 2004 original is returning, and while Kristen Wiig is confirmed to join the cast, several actors like Drake, Kanye West, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Harrison Ford have all been spotted filming scenes on the Georgia, New York, and California sets. Take a look at all the A-listers making appearances!
Anchorman: The Legend Continues is shaping up to be a star-studded affair! On set in Atlanta yesterday, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were armed with crowbars as they shot a fight scene with Sacha Baron Cohen while Liam Neeson and John C. Reilly posed with extras while holding swords and muskets. Meanwhile, Kirsten Dunst and Jim Carrey arrived on set to get ready for their cameos alongside the original Anchorman stars Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, and Steve Carell. This week's cast of characters aren't the only stars who will be appearing in the movie. Harrison Ford hit the set in March, when it was also confirmed that Nicole Kidman and Kristen Wiig will all be featured in guest roles for the comedy, which is slated to hit theaters later this year on Dec. 20.
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Adaptations are all the rage these days, and the upcoming big-screen version of Jonathan Tropper's novel This Is Where I Leave You is one adaptation we're eagerly anticipating, since we loved the book about a dysfunctional family begrudgingly coming together. Shawn Levy is directing, and Jason Bateman is on board to fill the shoes of main character Judd, one of four siblings who assemble to sit shiva when their father dies. If you've read the book, then you'll want to see who's playing who, so check out the casting so far.
— Additional reporting by Shannon Vestal
Tina Fey's new movie, Admission, is in theaters now, and to celebrate her latest film, we flew one of Tina's biggest fans out to NYC to meet and interview her! I'm a Huge Fan brings POPSUGAR readers and viewers inside the world of the celebrities they love to follow. Meet Harmony, our lucky winner who got a whirlwind trip to NYC culminating with a big interview with Tina at the Admission premiere. Watch all of Harmony's journey — from improv lessons to a makeover and many surprises in between — on I'm a Huge Fan: Tina Fey!
In Admission, Tina Fey and Paul Rudd play opposite each other in a collaboration that's loaded with potential, but their onscreen chemistry falls surprisingly flat. Fey plays Portia, a staunchly by-the-books Princeton admissions officer who gets a call from John (Rudd) to make a routine visit to his alternative school and talk to his students about college. He has an ulterior motive for luring her to the campus in the form of Jeremiah (Nat Wolff), a bright student he believes to be her birth son, but Portia has no idea until she's already immersed in their lives. The angle is far-fetched, but it could work if so many other components weren't jammed into the script.
Though it's billed as a romantic comedy, the romance between John and Portia feels forced and detracts from the story. Their combating dispositions serve as an obvious "opposites attract" romantic mechanism, but it's stale, especially given that Rudd and Fey's dynamic feels more like that of siblings. When they finally — spoiler alert — do get together, there's not much emotional payoff. To find out what else I think about Admission, just read more.
Social farting, puppy pugs, Jon Hamm's ham, and a selfish ice cream eater are just a few of the funny stories, GIFs, tweets, and videos making us chuckle this week. If you're in dire need of a giggle to make it to the weekend, look no further than our weekly roundup of funnies. This week features Tina Fey, Anna Kendrick, and Justin Timberlake. Get your laugh on!
Tina Fey stars in the upcoming movie Admission, out March 22, opposite Paul Rudd, and the role of a Princeton admissions counselor presented some new challenges to the 30 Rock creator. Tina spoke with us at a recent NYC press day to talk about getting to know Paul on the set, the love she's gotten from fans since 30 Rock ended, and what new hobbies she's exploring now that she isn't required regularly on a TV show set.
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd joined up to premiere their new flick, Admission, in NYC last night. Paul sported a new retro mustache that he had to grow for Anchorman 2, which is currently filming in Atlanta. Paul told The Hollywood Reporter that everyone is "a bit giddy" about the highly anticipated sequel, adding that the cast members — which include Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate — "all have such fond memories of the first one."
While Paul's facial hair raised a few eyebrows at the premiere, the real focus of the night was Taylor Swift's recent slam of Tina and Amy Poehler in an upcoming issue of Vanity Fair. When asked about Tina and Amy's joke about her during the Golden Globes, Taylor recited a quote about there being "a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." Tina talked to Entertainment Tonight about Taylor's remarks during the premiere, saying that she "did not see that one coming." She added, "It was a joke. It was a lighthearted joke." Admission hits theaters on March 22.