“I only made one sequel and it was Ghostbusters 2 and it didn’t end up the way it was presented,” Murray told Stern. ‘I haven’t read it (script) yet,” Murray added. “It’s not the foremost thing in my mind right now so I don’t think about it.”
Steve Carell continued to make post-The Office plans with ongoing talks to join Meryl Streep in the David Frankel comedy Great Hope Springs. Carell made bigger news via The Hollywood Reporter with his intentions to turn serious and headline the drama Dogs of Babel about a linguistics professor who finds his wife dead in their backyard and attempts to teach their dog to speak in order to find out what happened to her.
Oscar week activities continued to heat up with Justin Timberlake and Jennifer Hudson joining the roster of Oscar presenters and the before-awards-night parties starting in full force tonight. Still, the biggest Oscar tale revolved around the mysterious British street artist Banksy and whether he’ll show in support of his Best Documentary nomination for his debut feature film Exit Through the Gift Shop.
According to London’s Guardian, Bruce Davis, Executive Director of the Academy Awards, refused Banksy’s recent request to appear in disguise at Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony.
“The fun but disquieting scenario is that if the film wins and five guys in monkey masks come to the stage all saying, ‘I’m Banksy,’ who the hell do we give it to?” Davis explained.
Jennifer Aniston made headlines via a Madrid red carpet arrival for her movie Just Go With It by displaying a new haircut, a shoulder–length bob.
People called the cut “sexy” which means it was far better reviewed than her current comedy co-starring Adam Sandler.