Never mind Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, and Christoph Waltz.
Jonah Hill does Tarantino.
In theaters Christmas Day.
It's a personal challenge. Because there are gaps of time between each movie. It's a kind of ageist tryptic: Now I'm this age, and trying to [make] an action movie with the Die Hard theme. How fast can I run? How well can I fight? So that's a challenge and, you know, it's a fun thing to do. If you look at all of them from the first film to the one we just did, there's a story. And you see me age over these films. That has its own interest to me.
In theaters February 13.
Who knew that Peter Venkman could pull off a convincing FDR? So suggests the trailer for Hyde Park on Hudson, a film that finds American treasure Bill Murray stepping into Franklin Roosevelt's wheelchair. Based on events that transpired during King George's visit to the States in 1939, Hyde Park reunites Murray with his Rushmore love interest, Olivia Williams, and is helmed by Notting Hill director Roger Michell -- so expect a lot of subtle humor about the differences between Americans and Brits. Hyde Park on Hudson opens December 7.