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OK! Old School: Watch Steve Carell's First Televised Comedy Sketch From 1991!
Steve Carell has graced the screen as fan favorite characters like Brick Tamland, Gru and Michael Scott. But did you know his first televised appearance was in 1991? The hilarious comedian appeared on a sketch comedy special called Life As We Know It! and guess what? We found a clip! After you’re done watching the skit, head Read More
DailyCandy and Tribeca Enterprises Partner for Fashion In Film Festival
Fashion meets film on September 19th and 20th thanks to DailyCandy and Tribeca Enterprises. The Fashion In Film festival is coming to New York’s Tribeca Cinemas and on DailyCandy.com. Viewers can watch two original short films and panel discussions with the hottest fashion and entertainment gurus. Photos: 12 Statement Necklaces That Belong In Your Jewelry Box Read More
Watch the Trailer for 'Getaway' Starring Selena Gomez and Ethan Hawke
If her role in Spring Breakers didn't prove that she's not the same little girl as she was a few years ago, the trailer for Selena Gomez's new movie, Getaway, will.  Photos: Stars Who Went From Kiddie Roles to Scandalous Ones In the trailer, Selena trades her wand for a gun as she finds herself side-by-side with co-star, Ethan Hawke, who is battling Read More
See Robert Pattinson's Hottest Looks Throughout the Years!
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A Look at Melissa McCarthy’s Upcoming Movies!
Melissa McCarthy has landed three more hit movies and we have the inside scoop on the films! We'll see Melissa next in The Hangover Part III which lands in theatres May 24. Melissa's character seems to be the perfect match for Alan, so we're excited to see their hilarious dynamics. On June 28 she hits Read More
Want to Purchase Carrie Bradshaw's Shoes from ‘Sex and the City’? Find Out Details Her...
We have great news for Sex and the City fans—Carrie Bradshaw’s shoes will be available for purchase this April! Sarah Jessica Parker is working with Gotta Have Rock and Roll to benefit the LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts! Sarah Jessica has donated three pairs of autographed shoes all worn by her character on the Read More
Is Justin Timberlake Joining Jay-Z's Remake of 'Annie' As Daddy Warbucks?
Justin Timberlake's career is on fire! From his hilarious SNL performance this month to his new album The 20/20 Experience, we're beginning to wonder, what can't JT do?  Justin also has his tour with Jay-Z quickly approaching! While Justin has been focusing on his music lately, we have a feeling he will be acting again Read More
'Finding Nemo' Sequel Confirmed: Will Ellen DeGeneres Be Back as Dory?
Alright, this might be the news of the day!  Deadline.com has confirmed that Andrew Stanton — the director of John Carter and WALL-E — is back and ready to release the sequel to his award-winning animation flick, Finding Nemo. That's right folks, Nemo is back!  OK! VIDEO: WATCH: JENNIFER ANISTON GETS BLOWN AWAY BY ELLEN Read More
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Footloose' Starring Julianne Hough & Kenny Wormald
Every generation, it comes time for the cinema to teach us important lessons about life. One of these lessons is that loud music and dancing are the devil’s tools and must be eradicated by rule of law. A wise pastor/town dictator must obliterate that silly division between church and state.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'The Change-Up' Starring Ryan Reynolds & Jason Bateman
I believe it was Socrates who once advised “Never pee into a public fountain while wishing you had the life of a friend who’s peeing next to you, lest you run the risk of a magical statue smirking as it transplants your brains and causes a brief electrical blackout in all surrounding buildings.” That’s the Read More
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' Starring Ryan Gosling & Steve Carell
Well, they got Crazy and Stupid right. My only suggestion to make the title more accurate is to change Love to Hate.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Friends With Benefits' Starring Justin Timberlake & Mila K...
Justin Timberlake definitively proves he’s a talented actor in Friends with Benefits, given the fact that his character is only an extreme mega-douchebag, rather than the tremendous, mind-blowing super-douche he usually plays. To be scientific about it, that’s an 85 percent reduction in douchiness.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2'
Oh, this final Harry Potter movie is a tearjerker indeed. The plucky underdog, whose struggles you’ve followed through seven previous films, finally gets his time in the sun. He faces down his relentless and terrifying – not to mention annoying – nemesis for the final time. And it ends in heartbreak.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Horrible Bosses' Starring Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston &...
If Alfred Hitchcock lived in our time, had an eighth of his talent and was obsessed with blunt sex jokes, Horrible Bosses is exactly the movie he would make.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Source Code' Starring Jake Gyllenhaal
One of the ways Call of Duty is superior to life is its respawn feature. When you die, you’re just right back at it a few seconds later. A little wiser and more aware of your surroundings, and a whole lot more driven to assault-rifle the 15-year-old who talked about your momma as he blew Read More
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'The Adjustment Bureau'
You wouldn’t know it because your life is unimportant and you lack tiger blood and Adonis DNA, but a gang of business suit-wearing agents with magic fedoras keep watch over the populace. They step in to set things right whenever a major historical figure is about to stray off course and create a butterfly effect Read More
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Just Go With It'
Being a fan of Adam Sandler movies is a lot like being a fan of the Baltimore Orioles. They let you down every year without fail, yet you retain your fandom and optimistically give them shot after shot due to ingrained loyalty based on fading childhood memories that – at some point in time – Read More
The PhilmGuy's Top 10 Movies of 2010
1. Toy Story 3. It ranks at the top because it almost made me cry, not once but twice. The movie blows away the first two movies in the series because of its depth and pace.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'True Grit'
The Coen Brothers are so good at Westerns that anyone else who wants permission to make one should have to get their written permission. Their characters don’t talk, they spit bullets.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Burlesque'
Burlesque writer/director Steve Antin was watching the movie Showgirls one night and thought, “Man, this is a great flick, but it would even better if I added Cher and subtracted the nudity!” And thus Burlesque was born.