Paul Rudd can’t let go of his Anchorman 2 hair. The actor displayed his new ‘do at the Cinema Society premiere for his most recent film Prince Avalanche (out August 9), and explained to IFC why he kept growing it even after Anchorman 2 wrapped. “I hold on to these things, because it’s kind of…
Article: Jason Sudeikis Will Always Haunt SNL
Jason Sudeikis may have left Saturday Night Live to focus on his movie career — which includes this week’s We’re the Millers — but he doesn’t think he’s done with the sketch comedy show just yet. As he told IFC at the New York premiere, no one ever really leaves, considering how often Kristen Wiig,…
Article: 10 Genius Demetri Martin Jokes
Demetri Martin wants it all. Who doesn’t!? Martin is already a winning stand-up, actor, he’s in the new Lake Bell flick In A World ( opening today). Now he tells IFC that what he really wants is to write movies. “Comedy is like a carbohydrate, but it’s like refined sugar,” he told IFC. “If you…
Scott Porter once walked into a room of female coworkers who were in the middle of a conversation that confused him. “They were saying something about a ‘dirty bathroom floor,’ and I was like, ‘What the fuck does that mean?’” he recalled, laughing. “And then one of them said, ‘Dirty bathroom floor, go!’ and another…
For every movie about a guy’s quest to lose his virginity, there’s a girl’s story left untold — but The To Do List has that on the top of its list to remedy. Our heroine, Brandy Klark, played with much aplomb by Aubrey Plaza, is her graduating high school class’ valedictorian, but she has a…
The writing/directing team talk to IFC about their coming-of-age comedy.
Marcia DeBonis tells IFC how Will Arnett was considered for Michael Bluth and more.
“When actors talk about taking themselves out of their comfort zones to do a part, that was me,” says Jeong.
The actress spoke to IFC about her recent, high-profile projects.
The actor spoke with IFC about his new film and the upcoming series.
Article: “Starbuck” director Ken Scott talks “The Delivery Man,” working with Vince Vaughn and reinventing his film for an American audience
“It won’t be a simple copy of the original,” Scott told IFC.
Article: John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein talk “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” “Horrible Bosses 2″ and the upcoming “Vacation” remake
IFC caught up with the screenwriting duo to get the latest on their upcoming projects.
IFC caught up with the star of the newly released animated film, "Escape from Planet Earth."
Celebrities share survival tips at the “Warm Bodies” premiere.
The director also discusses “zombie training school” and the prospects of a sequel.
“It’s a different story, but the same mythology,” said director Fede Alvarez.
“Carrie” hits theaters on October 18.
Article: Dane DeHaan on “Lawless,” “Kill Your Darlings” and those “Spider-Man 2″ Harry Osborn rumors
“If that opportunity were to come along, and obviously it has not yet, I would love to be in that,” the star says of a Spidey turn.
“It’s great and everyone’s excited to be back. Every day, we’re like, ‘This is crazy!’” says the star of the AD reunion.
The star opens up to IFC about Richard Linklater’s latest film in the “Before Sunrise” franchise.
Article: Alia Shawkat talks “The Oranges” and how her Jersey character relates to “Arrested Development”
In “The Oranges,” two families live across the street from each other in West Orange, New Jersey. One family, the Ostroffs, have a wayward daughter (played by Leighton Meester) who comes home one Thanksgiving only to hook up with the father (played by Hugh Laurie) of the second family, the Wallings. This of course rains…
Article: Karen Allen on “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” aliens, nuking the fridge and more
“Nuking the fridge” is part of the lexicon now — thanks to an infamous scene in “Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” when our intrepid adventurer miraculously survives a nuclear blast by climbing in a lead-lined refrigerator, which is then the only item blown out of the blast radius. (Never mind the…
Article: Ari Graynor on her phone sex comedy “For a Good Time, Call…” and how it’s less raunchy than you think
Graynor tried to make her dirty talk as funny and “not overtly sexual” as possible, but it was a “tricky line to walk,” she tells IFC.
Article: Mike Birbiglia on his sleeper hit “Sleepwalk With Me” and going toe-to-toe with Joss Whedon
The affable comedian opens up on his new film from the producers of “This American Life.”