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Last year, Mel Gibson was showing — through brutal wartime drama — the path to peaceful, non-violent resistance in “Hacksaw Ridge.” Now, the actor is keeping his grizzled exterior but putting it to comedic use in “Daddy’s Home 2,” which hopes to build off the sleeper success of the first film. Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are back as the odd couple co-Dads, with Gibson and John Lithgow filling out the grandparent roles, in the sequel which finds the two very different families of the leading men, coming together for Christmas. Continue reading ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Trailer: Mel Gibson Is Home For The Holidays at The Playlist.
Mel Gibson‘s comeback hasn’t quite hit the mainstream. While “Hacksaw Ridge” saw the actor/filmmaker back in the awards spotlight, he remained behind the camera for the grisly WWII drama. Thus far, in front of the camera, he’s mostly stuck to genre flicks like “Blood Father,” “Get The Gringo,” “The Expendables 3,” and “Machete Kills.” Well, now he’s hoping to be hugged by the public once again with a little help from Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. Continue reading ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Trailer: Mel Gibson Joins The Family at The Playlist.
The sequel arrives in November The post New Daddy’s Home 2 Trailer Adds Even More Dads to the Mix appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Will Ferrell To Star In Adaptation Of ‘The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared’
Will Ferrell‘s filmography has been, more or less, stacked with his popular brand of outrageous, improv-felt comedy. The classics are well-known (“Anchorman,” “Old School” “Step Brothers,” “Talladega Nights,” “Elf“) but duds have happened as well (“Semi-Pro,” “Land of the Lost,” “Bewitched,” “Casa de mi Padre” “Get Hard,” “The Campaign“). Continue reading Will Ferrell To Star In Adaptation Of ‘The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared’ at The Playlist.
Based on the 2012 novel by Jonas Jonasson The post Will Ferrell to Star in Adaptation of The 100-Year-Old Man appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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Elsewhere, ‘Baby Driver’ continued to impress, while Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler’s ‘The House’ is further demolished. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
Universal and Illumination’s ‘Despicable Me 3’ is successfully fighting off any sequel fatigue. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
Elsewhere, Edgar Wright’s ‘Baby Driver’ should be a big winner in the holiday parade, while Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler’s ‘The House’ may fizzle quickly. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office