It’s safe to say “Anchorman” remains a cult classic, if only based on how impossible it is not to udder utter “milk was a bad choice” whenever appropriate. Now we know how the cast got into some on-set shenanigans ? involving a nearly...Show More Summary
Japanese actor Hiroyuki Sanada has boarded PalmStar/Animus Films’ WWII drama The Catcher Was A Spy, joining Paul Rudd, Sienna Miller, Guy Pearce, Paul Giamatti and Jeff Daniels. Ben Lewin is directing the film, which is based on Nicholas Dawidoff’s NYT bestselling book. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Sienna Miller and Giancarlo Giannini have joined The Catcher Was A Spy, the Ben Lewin-directed drama that stars Paul Rudd, Guy Pearce, Paul Giamatti and Jeff Daniels. Robert Rodat adapted the script from Nicholas Dawidoff’s...Show More Summary
We knew from the title that two actors would definitely be returning to Ant Man and the Wasp: Paul Rudd, who plays Ant Man, and Evangeline Lilly, who plays Hope van Dyne a.k.a. the Wasp. Michael Douglas enjoyed his stint as original Ant Man Hank Pym, and was enthusiastic about possibly returning but didn’t know for sure. Show More Summary
Michael Douglas is officially returning as Dr. Hank Pym for Marvel's "Ant-Man" sequel, called "Ant-Man and the Wasp." Paul Rudd (Scott Lang/Ant-Man) and Evangeline Lilly (Hope van Dyne) are on board as the title characters, with Michael...Show More Summary
The Catcher Was A Spy, the movie about a real-life baseball player turned American spy, has begun filling out its cast. The production’s already landed its lead in Paul Rudd, who will play Moe Berg, the former White Sox player who decided to follow up his baseball career with some time in the secretive service. Show More Summary
Paul Rudd is ready for a fun Sundance premiere of his upcoming film Fun Mom Dinner. The 47-year-old actor and the entire cast stepped out at the film fest for the premiere on Friday (January 27) at the Eccles Center Theatre in Park City, Utah. Paul was joined by his cast mates Molly Shannon, Adam [...]
Paul Rudd, born Paul Stephen Rudd in April, 1969 in New Jersey, is a celebrity with a very sweet tooth. The popular actor recently declared on BBC’s Newsbeat that, when trying to choose between sex and chocolate, he found it tough to choose. Show More Summary
Binging With Babish host Andrew Rea demonstrates how to cook the best fish tacos in the world from the Paul Rudd and Jason Segel movie I Love You, Man. As Rea explains in the video, the tacos come from the real restaurant James’ Beach in Venice, California. I Love You, Man is a timeless Rudd-Segel […]
See that picture up there? That's Jason Segel and Paul Rudd in a still from the 2009 comedy, I Love You, Man. It's a goddamn funny movie. It's also a pretty goddamn white movie. A pretty damn white, straight, cis,...
And if you think the Blade Runner-esque neon aesthetic is great, wait until you get a load of Paul Rudd's mustache. More »
Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux are starring in the original Netflix film MUTE — a futuristic thriller directed by Duncan Jones (MOON and SOURCE CODE). Netflix has released three photos from the film that give readers a glimpse into the world that Jones has created. Here’s what we know about the plot: “Set […]
WARCRAFT 2 will have to wait, because Duncan Jones returned to his sci-fi roots. Netflix released first look images of the upcoming sci-fi MUTE, starring Alexander Skarsgard, Paul Rudd, Justin Theroux and Seyneb Saleh. Here’s the synopsis: Set in the near-future, Leo (Skarsgard) is a bartender living in the pulsing city of Berlin. Show More Summary
Netflix presents the first look at the highly-anticipated futuristic thriller Mute. Enter the captivating world of visionary filmmaker Duncan Jones, featuring Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd, Justin Theroux and newcomer Seyneb Saleh....Show More Summary
Warcraft director Duncan Jones returns with the Netflix sci-fi original Mute, streaming in 2017.
Let's set the scene: Duncan Jones, director of the upcoming Netflix thriller Mute, sits down one day with the film’s hairstylist. “So, Mute. It’s a gangster movie set in futuristic Berlin," he says. "Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux play these two 'wisecracking American surgeons' whom Alexander Skarsgård, who of course ... More »
If you're done bingeing The OA and you're looking for a new, mysterious Netflix property to obsess over, Paul Rudd and Alexander Skarsgard are here for you. They star in the streaming giant's latest original film, Mute, which looks like the perfect futuristic thriller to tide us over until Blade Runner 2049 hits theaters. Show More Summary
Netflix has released the first images from Duncan Jones’ Mute and they feature a lot of neon, a brooding Alexander Skarsgård, and Paul Rudd working his Anchorman mustache. In this futuristic tale, Skarsgård takes on the lead role of a bartender named Leo who can’t speak. Show More Summary
And if you think the Blade Runner-esque neon aesthetic is great, wait till you get a load of Paul Rudd’s mustache. Read more...
The first photos from the upcoming movie Mute, an original Netflix film, have been released and Justin Theroux looks totally unrecognizable! Also starring in the movie are Alexander Skarsgard, Paul Rudd, and newcomer Seyneb Saleh. The film was written and directed by Moon and Source Code‘s Duncan Jones. Here is the synopsis: “Set in the [...]