Trump actually appeared in the first "Zoolander" movie.
At the cable networks Television Critics Association panel this weekend, Showtime detailed their upcoming slate of original shows, including new vehicles for stars like Jim Carrey, Catherine Keener, Benicio del Toro, and Kevin Bacon, coming from filmmakers like Michel Gondry, Ben Stiller, Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg and Matt Damon & Ben Afleck. Show More Summary
The man behind Derek Zoolander sees some parallels with President Trump.
Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Sally Hawkins and John Cho star in these under-the-radar dramas that are too good to pass up.
The commentary below is meant to invoke meaningful discourse rather than incite an unpleasant argument. Less than a year ago, I heard Ben Stiller doling out kudos to his heroic doctor who diagnosed him with early-stage prostate cancer by using a simple, widespread screen. What was interesting was that Stiller was actually underage. What I […]
You can't say bomb in an airport -- Ben Stiller learned when protesting treatment by airline representatives. And you can't say, "some of my friends have guns," as John Barna should have learned protesting school board actions. "I may have to come after all of yours," he added in......
Writer Corinne Kingsbury (The Newsroom) has sold two female-focused projects: a multi-camera sisters comedy at CBS with Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment, and an hourlong show the CW with Ben Stiller’s Red Hour Films. Both projects...Show More Summary
Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller brought the Meyerowitz Stories to IFP’s 2017 Gotham Independent Film Awards! The co-stars hit the red carpet at the annual award ceremony on Monday evening (November 27) in New York City. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Dustin Hoffman During the ceremony Adam was up for Best [...]
Back in June Stiller got into character as White Goodman from the 2004 film and called out Hamilton on social media, offering the chance to join his fictional team for a special event.
Remember 2005 British TV comedy series Extras, written by The Office duo Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant? The one where Gervais played an actor stuck making a living as an extra, and where a string of guest stars like Ben Stiller, Patrick Stewart and Samuel L. Show More Summary
See Amanda Bynes’ ups and downs. (OK! Magazine) Fashion Queen Rihanna takes over Vogue Paris. (OK! Magazine) The biggest fails of the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. (Star Magazine) Ben Stiller was not so friendly to the staff at the Beverly Hills Hotel sources say. (Naughty Gossip)
In a 1992 skit from The Ben Stiller Show, actor Bob Odenkirk of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul portrayed the now late Charles Manson as a Lassie-like companion to a young boy named Timmy. When Timmy was bitten by a snake when he reached under a rock, he sent Manson back to the house...
Well before Breaking Bad, and Better Call Saul (and even Mr. Show), Bob Odenkirk showed his comedic chops by playing Charles Manson on the short-lived 1990s TV sketch series The Ben Stiller Show. In two of the skits, he plays the madman...Show More Summary
Digital network Studio71 is teaming up with Ben Stiller’s production company, Red Hour Films, on a forthcoming romantic comedy feature called Plus One. Starring Jack Quaid (Logan Lucky) and Maya Erskine (Casual), Plus One is about two...Show More Summary
Richard Brody reviews Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected),” starring Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler, and Ben Stiller, which is available to stream on Netflix.
Strangely enough, the story of how those two comic heavyweights shared their first major film together almost sounds like something that'd come out of one of Baumbach's films.
Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson help Sandler banish memories of "The Ridiculous 6" (almost).
Filmmaker Noah Baumbach discusses making 'The Meyerowitz Stories,' which stars Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, and Dustin Hoffman.
Harold Meyerowitz, the unsung artist and shitty father Dustin Hoffman plays in The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected), is a fresh addition to Noah Baumbach’s ever-expanding gallery of neurotic, narcissistic New Yorkers. One could be forgiven, however, for confusing him for the older, squatter version of a different… Read more...