I’m not even gonna lie – Anchorman was my shit for the longest time. That part when Ron Burgundy is doing the flute performance and he sucks up the liquor and lights the end on fire? HILARIOUS! That movie has quotes for days and I was stupid enough to use them for a long ass time. To be perfectly frank, I still throw a “Ham and eggs comin’ atcha, get your griddles out!” every once in a while, and I’m not ashamed.
In any case, the sequel, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, has been a long time coming but it’s just about here. The trailer’s here, that’s for sure. Pretty much everyone from the first film is back, including Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and Christina Applegate. There are a shit ton of other big names this time around, as well, including Nicole Kidman, Liam Neeson, Amy Poehler, Meagan Good, Sacha Baron Cohen, Kanye West, Drake, Harrison Ford, Tina Fey, Kristen Wiig, Jim Carrey and James Marsden. That’s right, Kanye and Drake. LOL!
What do you think? Will you see Anchorman 2? Did you like the first? The release date is set for December 20.
June 19, 2013 at 9:30 am by Jennifer
Christina Applegate married musician Martyn LeNoble in a small ceremony on Saturday. Mr. LeNoble is a bassist and the founding member of the band Porno for Pyros. Applegate is an actress that gives off that, “Girl let’s be chill and just hang out, I’ll bring a bottle of white wine” vibe.
People reports that their rings were designed by Neil Lane and the dress by Maria Lucia Hohan. Lolz no one ever cares what the groom is wearing. I love weddings and that designer is unfamiliar to me so I looked her up, checked out her site, and found this:
The couple have a 2 year-old daughter named Sadie Grace.
February 25, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
The wonderfully hilarious Maya Rudolph must love being knocked up, because she’s now expecting her fourth child with husband Paul Thomas Anderson. Yay, more funny babies!
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the news this week and also dropped another bomb: Up All Night may not continue as planned following Christina Applegate‘s decision to leave the show. While NBC was going to revamp the comedy (and incorporate Maya’s real-life pregnancy into her character’s storyline), they may now abandon the show altogether and have told the writers to start looking for new jobs. How could something that was theoretically so brilliant go so wrong?
A little more on the situation:
NBC has not released Arnett or Rudolph from their contracts for the original Up All Night, a single-camera show that the network hoped to transform into a multi-camera, behind-the-scenes look at a struggling television series. The show is not officially dead, though presumably the stars’ exits are being negotiated.
The chaos comes at a key time for Arnett and Rudolph, with casting on the nearly 100 broadcast pilots already under way and both actors rocketing to the top of many network wish lists. Both Arnett and Rudolph have already received second-position offers for a number of broadcast pilots. CBS’ Les Moonves in particular is said to want Arnett for an untitled comedy written and executive produced by Garcia about a recently divorced man whose parents move in with him. ABC also is high on the actor.
We all like Will Arnett, but Maya Rudolph is a goddamn national treasure (or very well should be) and it’ll be absolutely criminal if she doesn’t find another place to showcase her talent ASAP. Well, after the baby’s born, anyway.
February 17, 2013 at 8:30 am by Jennifer
Up All Night never did very well in the ratings despite having a pretty phenomenal cast, leading NBC to announce plans a while back to revamp the show into a multi-camera comedy complete with laugh track. Boo! Obviously not feeling that bullshit, Christina Applegate has decided to give it the old heave ho and get the hell out.
From The Hollywood Reporter:
Christina Applegate has departed the sophomore comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
“It’s been a great experience working on Up All Night, but the show has taken a different creative direction, and I decided it was best for me to move on to other endeavors,” Applegate said in a statement Friday. “Working with Lorne Michaels has been a dream come true, and I am grateful he brought me into his TV family. I will miss the cast, producers and crew and wish them the best always.”
Ahead of its reboot from a single- to multicamera series, Applegate’s departure comes a month after series creator Emily Spivey also parted ways with the second-year comedy. They follow showrunner Tucker Cawley, who was replaced by Nurse Jackie’s Linda Wallem as NBC and studio Universal Television opted to make creative changes to the struggling series that also stars Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph.
Basically, “This show is sinking faster than the Titanic and there aren’t enough lifeboats. Women and children first. Bye, bitches!” They’re still going to continue with Will and Maya, who are comedic geniuses in their own right, but something tells me the upcoming season will be Up All Night‘s last.
February 9, 2013 at 4:00 pm by Jennifer
From Radar Online:
A source [says] that the Dirrty threesome proposal came last month at the Samsung Galaxy Note II launch bash, which was held at a private residence. The fellow reveler said Aguilera looked like “a hot mess in black stretch pants and wrinkled white T-shirt.”
“There were vodka bottles strewn all over her table, and she seemed to be glued to them,” the source said.
“Eventually Matt looked like he had taken on the role of babysitter.”
The atmosphere heated up when Aguilera reportedly put the moves on Hudgens. The source says: “She spent a lot of time on the dance floor gyrating next to Vanessa, who looked like she was having fun with the situation in a good-natured way. And the more Christina drank, the more her kinky side seemed to come out. It really seemed like she was playing the role of seductress – with Vanessa as her target!”
But Hudgens refused to go home with Aguilera and her boyfriend of two years. [The source says] “Out of the blue [Christina] stumbled over to Vanessa and begged her to come back home with her and Matt! Vanessa was taken aback but smiled and politely declined the offer.”
So first, the photo above is the best visual aid that you can get of this thing, because hey, this photo’s actually from the aforementioned Galaxy Note II launch bash. Ahem. Now that you have that picture in your head, imagine Christina taking Vanessa home. There’s just something really unsettling about that, right? Granted, there’s something unsettling about Christina having sex with that creepy, sketchy Matt Rutler as it is, so throwing someone who’s kind of questionable when it comes to exuding an aura of cleanliness, that … well, that makes me glad that I didn’t opt for the extra helping at dinner tonight, because I think I’d be wearing it on my lap if I had, and I’m *totally wearing the same pants as Christina Aguilera, and definitely wouldn’t be happy about ruining them with all of the vitriolic bile that I spew on the regular.
*You know I’m kidding about that, right? The part about having the same pants? You know me better than that, friends.
November 9, 2012 at 5:30 pm by Sarah
“I just transitioned out of maternity jeans. I’m working on two years and I haven’t even lost all my weight. And those girls that do, they’re spending less time with their kids. I just wanted to hang out with my daughter 24 hours a day. … I will not be Tweeting photos of me in a bikini, let alone wear a bikini I think ever again in my life. … I know girls that just genetically it just drops off. I didn’t mean to offend the skinny people.”
Christina‘s talking about the baby—her baby—who was born in January of 2011, which is pretty refreshing when you think about it. You’ve got celebrities out there who drop the baby weight in unrealistic time frames (like, you know, ten days postpartum), and then you’ve got women who take it off gradually, and in some cases, not at all. I heard this thing once, and I don’t know if it’s true or if it’s an old wives tale, but “they” say that for as long as it takes your body to gestate a fetus, it takes twice, and in some cases, three times, as long for the woman’s body to return to “normal,” and by “normal,” I mean physically, mentally, emotionally, hormonally … you get the idea.
Anyway. I guess what I’m saying is “Good on you, Christina Applegate, for doing you and not really worrying all to much about what anyone else thinks.” I love when that kind of thing happens.