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Leslie Mann Boards New Line's 'Vacation' Reboot

12:14 PM 9/16/2014 by Binh Ngo
Leslie Mann
Leslie Mann is joining New Line's Vacation reboot cast as Audrey Griswold, the sister of Ed Helms' Rusty Griswold, according to THR. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein are directing from their own script, and filming is scheduled to begin this week in Atlanta.

Skyler Gisondo and Steele Stebbins Joining New Line's 'Vacation' Reboot

11:46 AM 8/27/2014 by Binh Ngo
Skyler Gisondo and Steele Stebbins
New Line's Vacation reboot has cast Rusty Griswold's two sons. They will be played by Skyler Gisondo (The Amazing Spider-Man) and Steele Stebbins (A Haunted House 2). The movie stars Ed Helms as Rusty, with Christina Applegate as his wife, Debbie. The new Vacation will find a grown up Rusty taking his whole family on a road trip to Walley World, just as his father had done when he was young.

'Vacation' Reboot Adds Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day to Cast

6:06 PM 8/25/2014 by Binh Ngo
Chris Hemsworth
New Line's Vacation reboot is back on and has added Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day to the cast, according to THR. Hemsworth is playing a TV anchor named Stone Crandall, who's also the husband of Rusty's sister Audrey, and Day will play a river rafting guide.
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Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day are set to complicate 'Vacation' for Ed Helms

hitfix.com – The newest update of 'Vacation' has had some development starts and stutters, but with the casting of Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day in key comic roles, it appears the film is finally gearing up for a September start of production. 13 weeks 2 days ago via jetli
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Ed Helms To Star In Comedy ‘Epic Fail’ For Lionsgate

deadline.com – Lionsgate has come on to develop Epic Fail, from producer Nicky Weinstock and Ed Helms, who co-developed the original idea for the comedy. Helms is now attached to star in the pic, which centers on an elite but unorthodox Special Forces team that takes their dysfunction and excessive firepower on a desperate mission to save America — led by the only soldier more badass and more mustachioed than a Navy SEAL, The Walrus.

37 weeks 2 days ago via jetli

Universal Scratches Joe Carnahan's 'Stretch' From Release Schedule

4:34 PM 1/22/2014 by Binh Ngo
Universal
Joe Carnaham's Stretch has been pulled from this March 21 release, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Looks like the Universal brass will find an angry email from Carnaham in their inboxes. The action-comedy was set to for release on March 21, but because Universal felt that the returns might not justify the cost of distributing and marketing the movie, the studio scratched it from its release schedule.

Stretch

Posted January 7th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

Patrick Wilson (Insidious), Ed Helms (The Hangover trilogy), Chris Pine (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Brooklyn Decker (What to Expect When You’re Expecting) star in Universal Pictures’ STRETCH, an action-comedy in which all hell breaks out over the streets of L.A. during one twisted night for one desperate driver. When a limo driver (Wilson) discovers that he only has one shift left to pay off a big debt, he goes from worried to hell-with-it-all daring.

Ed Helms to Star in New 'Naked Gun'

10:16 AM 12/13/2013 by Jeff Giles
Ed Helms
Recent attempts at rebooting Revenge of the Nerds, and Police Academy have so far come to naught, but it looks like Paramount's plans to resuscitate the long-dormant Naked Gun series might actually pay off.
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Ed Helms Firing Up 'The Naked Gun' Reboot for Paramount (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com – Detective Frank Drebin is coming back with Ed Helms on board to portray Leslie Nielsen’s character in Paramount’s reboot of “The Naked Gun” comedy franchise. The studio has tapped the scripting team of Thomas Lennon and R. Ben Garant — best known for the “Night at the Museum” and “Reno 911″ franchises, to write the... 49 weeks 5 days ago via jackiechan

New in Theaters: 'Elysium,' 'We're The Millers,' 'Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters,' 'Planes'

8:17 AM 8/9/2013 by Logan Falk
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
Several new releases are blazing their way into theaters this week, promising quite the menagerie of genres and flavors for audiences this weekend: there’s a futuristic action flick, a decidedly adult comedy, a sequel to the movies adaptation of a fantasy novel series, and a new Disney film. The one unifying quality of these films seems to be a general lukewarm critical reception.
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