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Ron Burgundy is Back

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is just silly fun — and what's wrong with that?

By Alex Bentley

When Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy came out in 2004, it was a modest success, taking in around $85 million. But it was an exercise in supreme silliness that failed to fully capitalize on th ...


Despicable Indeed

Despicable Me 2 rakes in millions — and minions — despite dull plot

By Alex Bentley

When Despicable Me came out back in 2010, it was a refreshing change of pace for animated fare. It made the concept of rooting for the villain appealing and multiplied the cute sidekick factor imme ...


Super hangover

Movie star makes a sex joke about Texans QB Matt Schaub: Yes, this really happened

By Chris Baldwin

The Super Bowl is long over, the Baltimore Ravens have managed to find the Lombardi Trophy they "misplaced" and San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has almost run out of people to ...


Meet The Boss

The Office without Steve Carell offers surprises, but does it have enough oomph to continue?

By Minh Vu

The Office has finally crowned its new king, and it’s not James Spader. After weeks of NBC teasing Spader as the possible new boss of Dunder Mifflin, the show pulled a fast one and reveal ...


Scranton fell long ago

Over it: Does anybody — anybody — care about Steve Carrell's Office goodbye anymore?

By Caroline Gallay

Thursday night marks the final episode of The Office with Steve Carell intact as the show's bumbling, sometimes painfully awkward but always well-meaning boss. I feel like I should mourn fo ...


Carell Comedy Boost

Is Will Ferrell's raw sexuality enough to make The Office funny again?

By Cynthia Neely

Funny guy Will Ferrell is helping out his old bud Steve Carell by signing on to appear in four episodes of the NBC comedy The Office. After all, what are friends for? As reported in a Deadl ...


That's What He Said

Could Ricky Gervais step in for the departing Steve Carell and save The Office?

By Sarah Rufca

Look out, Dunder Mifflinites: There are changes ahead in Scranton. After seven years as the office manager Michael Scott, Steve Carell formally announced that he will leave The Office after the ...


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