You Are Here stars Owen Wilson as sleazy weatherman Steve Dallas, and Zach Galifianakis as his goofy best friend Ben Baker. The film will finally be viewable to a general audience, after several months being put on the back burner. The movie premiered at a film festival last September and mostly disappeared after that, but rumor has it that Millenium will give the film a limited theatrical release simultaneously with a Video On Demand option in late August. The film follows the tale of two best friends that go on a road trip to inherit a significant sum of inheritance left behind by Ben’s estranged father. Labeled as a “Dramedy” the film also features Amy Poehler, Melissa Rauch and Jenna Fischer, directed by Matthew Weiner of “Mad Men” fame.
Actor Josh Brolin says Inherent Vice (starring Joaquin Phoenix, Owen Wilson and Reese Witherspoon) will stray heavily from the source content. For those of you (like me) who read the book, how do you feel about this news? Inherent Vice will be in theaters December 12, 2014.
M. Chuck, played by Owen Wilson, now has a playlist to help you get to know the character! Check out what this character enjoys listening to below!
Via Indiewire, you can see the playlists of other characters there as well!
It’s official, folks! Lightning McQueen will be back for another full-throttled adventure in the upcoming Pixar film, Cars 3. No plot details or an ETA have been released, but keep your eyes peeled here for future updates!
Owen Wilson will likely return to voice the loveable little red race car, but he has not yet been confirmed.
In spite of being a small release (currently in 304 theaters) the new Wes Anderson adventure, The Grand Budapest Hotel, broke the box office record for “biggest limited live action debut” with its third weekend bringing in $6.7 million.
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The newest Wes Anderson romp, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is now in theaters! Check your local listings to find showtimes, don’t miss Owen Wilson in his latest role as M. Chuck!
As the release date of The Grand Budapest Hotel approaches, we’re getting more and more little gems to feast our eyes on! Check out this newly released poster to promote the film, plus a really great behind-the-scenes video featuring the cast and crew (13 minutes long)!
Ben Kingsley (Schindler’s List, Iron Man 3) has joined the cast of the third Night at the Museum film. He’ll be playing an Egyptian pharaoh that is re-animated through the power of the tablet, similar to the first two “Museum” films. The third film will take place in a British museum with a brand new night guard (Rebel Wilson) and a whole slew of familiar faces, including Owen Wilson, Ben Stiller, and Robin Williams. Also joining the crew will be Dan Stevens (Vamps, Downtown Abbey), who is said to be playing an antagonist version of Sir Lancelot. NATM3 is scheduled to release this Christmas, and Shawn Levy will be back in the director’s seat.
You can see the official IMDb page of Ben Kingsley HERE and Dan Stevens HERE.
Australian actress Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect, Bridesmaids) has been confirmed for a role in the upcoming film, Night at the Museum 3. She will be playing the night guard at a British museum where the third film will take place, but the specific details of her character are still under wraps. She’ll be joining a robust cast of returning characters including Owen Wilson as the lovable little cowboy Jedediah Smith. View her official IMDb page, HERE. The filmed is scheduled to be released on December 19th, 2014 in the United States.
The Grand Budapest Hotel now has an official theater launch date for the United States of March 7th, 2014. Viewers can enjoy a delightful cast of Wes Anderson specific flair, including Owen Wilson as M. Chuck. Check out the following set photos of Owen in action!
Owen will be joined by familiar faces such as Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, and Adrien Brody.
Take a look at this new teaser trailer for the upcoming 7th Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel where we catch a glimpse of Owen Wilson as M. Chuck:
Coming to theaters March 7, 2014.