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Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly Are Finally Re-Teaming Again To Become ‘Border Guards’ for a Writer of ‘In The Loop’; Adam McKay May Direct as Well

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A decade ago, I don't think many people would have predicted that the guy from Magnolia and Gangs of New York and the funny guy from Old School would one day become a pitch perfect comedy duo. But hey, the pair clearly saw the inklings of a strong working relationship with one another on the set of Talledega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, and took the chemistry they had with one another and played off it briliantly with the very underrated 2009 gem Step Brothers. But in that time it's been a good six years since the pair have really worked together on a feature film (unless you count a certain cameo which, although amazing, isn't really substantial enough to consider a "re-team"), and so a reformation of the pair is very much anticipated amongst film fans. And thus we are getting one, as the two are working on a new film entitled Border Guards, and are doing it alongside screenwriter Jesse Armstrong.

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Massive Action is Abound in the Final Trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past

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You know what one of the best things about the Summer Movie Season approaching is? That, before long, most of those big films that we keep having advertisements shoved down our throats for will be hitting theaters, and thus we won't be getting an onslaught of trailers hitting the internet for them any longer. Seriously, I can live the rest of my life without seeing ANOTHER The Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer and/or clip. Just show me the damn movie already. But for what it's worth, the advertising for X-Men: Days of Future Past hasn't been TOO bad. Fox has released three trailers sure and a bunch of posters (plus those Carl's Jr. commercials but...let's try to forget about those), but that's nothing compared to other summer releases. And the advertising has been mostly solid, as evident from this very action packed final trailer.

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Rumor Mill: Fox Might Be Looking at Samuel L. Jackson to Re-Join The Die Hard Franchise Because, Yeah, THAT Will Fix Everything

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Man, just when I thought I could finally forget about the cinematic pile of dogshit that was A Good Day to Die Hard, the internet news cycle pulls me back in. Look, I didn't have a lot of good things to say about the last Die Hard film; in fact, my review of it was almost entirely negative, and I'm pretty sure I used the phrase rape like, fifty different times. But even though and pretty much everyone else on the planet hated that movie, it seems like nothing will stop Fox from moving forward with ANOTHER iteration to ruin the franchise with, especially considering how the last one made $300 million worldwide on a budget less than a third of the gross. So yes, Die Hard 6 is indeed happening and, if a recent rumor is to be believed, Fox knows exactly what direction they want to take the next film in..and that direction, apparently, involves the return of one Zeus Carter to the series.

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