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Director Todd Phillips' origins tale shows how a clunky comic found his criminal calling.
Some fans on Twitter raved about the Todd Phillips film starring Joaquin Phoenix. Others were inspired to crack jokes.
The film about the popular pro wrestler will reportedly focus on the early years of "Hulkamania."
Todd Phillips' origin film about Batman's archnemesis puts on a twisted happy face.
The stand-alone film about the iconic villain, directed by Todd Phillips, will hit theaters sooner than you might think.
"War Dogs" is a curious breed. The movie is self-consciously anti-war, full of enough cautionaries about greed and profiteering from international conflict to stand as a moral tale.
Brought to you by Todd Phillips, director of The Hangover and its two mangled offspring, War Dogs stars Jonah Hill (in what could either be an ill-advised buy-in or half-hearted middle finger to his new status as a "serious" actor) and Miles Teller as two young gunrunning guns out to make a quick buck off the War on Terror.
Bradley Cooper and Todd Phillips find their follow-up with a film based on a true story, starring Miles Teller and Jonah Hill.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, screenwriter Steve Conrad ("The Pursuit of Happyness," December's "The Secret Life of
Hangover 3 is predictable and not too funny except for scenes between Melissa McCarthy and Zach Galifianakis.
"[We were] very conscious of [that]," Cooper, who plays Phil in the series, told HuffPost Entertainment. "Just as conscious
Now we have The Hangover 3 -- the end of the so-called Wolfpack Trilogy. The fact that it's the last is the only good thing I have to say about this truly awful, shockingly unfunny movie.
Like in "The Hangover," Holmquist shares most of his screen time with Galifianakis. (In the first film, Galifianakis' Alan
Picking up after the events of "The Hangover Part II" -- Helms' face tattoo now a distant memory -- "Part III" brings Phil
"Hanging on set," Phillips wrote with the hashtag #H3. Little else is known about "The Hangover Part III," but Galifianakis