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Writing has begun on the sequel to Will Forte's MacGruber Based on the repetitive Saturday Night Live sketch by the same name, MACGRUBER really had no business being as funny as it was. Even so, the film obviously wasn't everyone's cup of tea as MACGRUBER failed to to recoup its $10 million budget. Since then the film has gathered up a cult following and the prospects of a sequel have been brought up again and again. Will Forte has said that... Read More...

Will Forte teases crazy opening sequence for MacGruber 2 Will Forte is still committed to getting MACGRUBER 2 made. During a conversation with EW, the actor said “There’s nothing I would rather do than that,” and “It’s not a question of if but when." However, Forte is a little busy right now working on the second season of his Fox series The Last Man on Earth, and won't have any free time to develop the... Read More...

Will Forte Says ‘MacGruber 2′ Is His Next Movie To say that films based on Saturday Night Live sketches have a spotty history would be a bit of an understatement. After all, for every Blues Brothers and Wayne’s World, there’s an It’s Pat or Superstar or Stuart Saves His Family (you get the idea). In the case of 2010 comedy MacGruber (based on the SNL MacGyver parody of the same name), the film earned a paltry $9 million worldwide and received mixed reviews. Yet, in the years since its release, the film has amassed a cult following that has kept rumors swirling around a sequel.

7 Last Man on Earth Movies Worth Checking Out Some spoilers follow. The end times, they are a-coming -- this Sunday, actually, when Will Forte’s great new FOX comedy The Last Man on Earth debuts. And that’s gotten us thinking about all the other last men out there… Will Forte’s The Last Man on Earth Reviewed It’s a genre many of us at IGN love, so let’s break down a few of the other Last Man on Earth movies that are worth checking out.


Will Forte Says He’s Written The First Act Of MacGruber 2‏

bleedingcool.com – MacGruber is proving to be a bonafide cult hit in the way most modern comedy films can’t boast. Personally, I found it rather hit and miss and I can’t say I’m in a hurry to see it again, but the prospect of that same team reuniting and trying once more to elicit a laugh isn’t really too upsetting, either.

4 years 11 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Review: 'Run & Jump' Is as Wildly Alive as Its Title

2:04 PM 1/26/2014 by Jeff Giles
Run and Jump
Does the world really need yet another heartbreaking-then-heartwarming indie dramedy? Probably not, but damn if, with Run & Jump, director Steph Green doesn't make it seem something close to necessary.


Posted November 8th, 2013 by Binh Ngo

After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a cantankerous father (Bruce Dern) thinks he’s struck it rich, and wrangles his son (Will Forte) into taking a road trip to claim the fortune. Shot in black and white across four states, Nebraska tells the stories of family life in the heartland of America.


Sundance Selects Acquires 'Run and Jump,' Starring Will Forte

fb.indiewire.com – After premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival this past spring, "Run and Jump" has landed distribution at Sundance Selects. Directed by Steph Green, the drama focuses on Vanetia (Maxine Peaka), an energetic wife and mother who is trying to rebuild her life after her husband Conor (Edward MacLiam) suffered a massive change in personality. 4 years 28 weeks ago via donnieyen

Over 35 New High-Resolution Images from Alexander Payne's NEBRASKA Starring Bruce Dern, Will Forte, and June Squibb

collider.com – It’s always good news when a new Alexander Payne film is on the horizon, but the filmmaker’s latest effort feels particularly special. Presented entirely in black and white, Nebraska stars Bruce Dern as Woody, a man who believes he’s won a million dollars in a sweepstakes, and plans to go to Nebraska to get it.

4 years 29 weeks ago via theothersenhman

New in Theaters: 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2,' 'Rush,' 'Don Jon,' 'Baggage Claim'

5:00 PM 9/27/2013 by Logan Falk
Don Jon
We’ve quite a busy weekend ahead of us this time around, as there are four films coming out that span pretty well the whole range of audiences one could imagine. There’s family fun, comedy, action, romance, raunchy romance, and everything in between.
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