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The Campaign Review

Seeing as they’ve been the biggest names in comedy for the better part of a decade now, Will Ferrell and Zack Galifianakis had to star in the same movie at some point, so why not now, when political sensitivity is just starting to percolate? And we could all use a break before the real polarizing insanity begins.

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Guillermo Del Toro Updates ‘The Haunted Mansion’

Many were intrigued when Guillermo del Toro announced at Comic-Con 2010 that he had partnered with Disney to make a new movie based on one of its most famous rides, The Haunted Mansion. But in the two years since the announcement, little and fewer new information has been released on the project

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Top 10 Political Comedies

Whether lampooning government at the district level, like this week’s The Campaign, or targeting the national halls of power, this list of political spoofs and send-ups is guaranteed to make you laugh at how eerily accurate the satire is … then sigh dejectedly at how eerily accurate the satire is.

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‘Dumb and Dumber To’ Could Still Happen

The Newsroom star Jeff Daniels revived hopes for a sequel to Dumb and Dumber while fielding questions for the HBO series. Although still making sure to mention the hand currently feeding him whenever possible, Daniels revealed that the on-again, off-again sequel Dumb and Dumber To would hopefully start shooting next year.

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‘X-Men: First Class’ Sequel is ‘Days of Future Past’

With its director, writers, principal cast and release date all confirmed, about the only thing left unknown about the sequel to X-Men: First Class was what it was going to be called. But no more, as in a recent interview, producer Bryan Singer has revealed the sixth “X-Men” film will be called X-Men: Days of Future Past.

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