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The rabbit is officially coming outta that hat as "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" makes way to your DVD, Blu-ray, Ultraviolet, digital platform or whatever other snazzy oooh and ahhh-worthy little devices the kids are using these days. And with a trick-wielding quartet such as this movie has — that'd be Steve Carell, Jim Carrey, Olivia Wilde and Steve Buscemi — copies are just bound to *poof* disappear right off the shelves just like ... ya know.
And, hey, the jury might still be out on which of these comical specimens is the most hilarious, within this movie and especially otherwise, but there's hardly any doubt they've each spent a lot of their careers hellbent on making us snort those way overpriced sodas right on out. Just imagine the showmanship and one-uppery that goes into the giggle-getting game.
It truly is a wonder, Burt.
So, to celebrate the vast buffet of humor here (and also because why the French not?), we've cataloged the ten funniest GIFs we've seen from the magical foursome so far. Shazam! Get More »
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To their credit, the folks at Warner Bros. are making no apparent effort to conceal or apologize for the fact their newest comedy flick "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" is but a chuckle-filled nod to the story arc in Christopher Nolan's Oscar-nominated "The Prestige." Give or take a few plot points (and dialing down the death toll a touch), the two stories have got a lot in common, and this video mash-up aims to prove it. Get More »
"One of the things that Teller and I are obsessed with, one of the reasons that we're in magic, is the difference between fantasy and reality." — Penn Jillette
Greetings from the apocalypse! We managed to hold off the Antichrist by electing a pope from South America who looks just like Jonathan Pryce. That's pretty good work. I say Rome, the Americas and all the rest of us deserve an honest weekend off, and what more auspicious time to do that than a Catholic drinking holiday? Get More »
It's not every day that a girl like Olivia Wilde comes along.
The starlet of "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" can pull off genre work like "Cowboys & Aliens" and "TRON: Legacy," she can handle comedy like in the "The Change-Up" and she can rock the drama like on television's "House." She's also a major humanitarian, and has even executive produced documentary shorts, on the work she's done in Haiti.
All that, and she's drop-dead gorgeous to boot. In other words, who better to get a Hot People Looking Hot dedicated gallery?
Nearly all movie stars are really, really good-looking. And many of them can even act! But mastering Blue Steel and memorizing a few lines will only get you so far in Tinseltown. To truly shine, you've got to have something more — that certain Je ne sais quoi (look it up). Get More »
Do you believe in magic? We sure hope you do — but even if you don't, we're sure to make believers out of you with "MTV First: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone."
Airing tonight at 7:56 p.m. ET, MTV's latest round of "MTV First" goodness takes two of the magic world's greatest rivals (or, at least, two of the comedy world's greatest talents playing two of the magic world's greatest rivals) and places them together on the same stage. "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" stars Steve Carell and Jim Carrey will be together in the hot seat, joining forces with MTV News' Josh Horowitz to present an on-air clip from their new comedy.
After that, they'll all stick together for a 30-minute sit-down interview airing on MTV.com. Carell and Carrey will be doing more than just answering Horowitz's silly line of questioning (yes, Josh, it really is important that you call them "illusions," not "tricks"), as they will be opening the floor for fan questions, too.
"The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" chronicles the dissipation of the longtime partnership between stage magicians Burt Wonderstone (Steve Carell) and Anton Marvelton (Steve Buscemi) and Wonderstone's sudden rivalry with up-and-coming street trickster Steve Gray (Jim Carrey). But are any of these illusionists dues-paying members of the Alliance of Magicians?
We speak, of course, of the organization founded by George Oscar Bluth Jr., aka G.O.B. (Will Arnett), of "Arrested Development." True, G.O.B. was kicked out of his own club after news reporter Trisha Thoon revealed the secret of the Aztec Tomb on television, but that doesn't mean he's any less, you know, magical.
Either way, he should be represented accordingly. See below.
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