Come, Mr. Bigglesworth, for Mike Myers says a new Austin Powers movie is "looking good" 

It’s been 16 years since Mike Myers’ Austin Powers enthusiastically asked if he makes us horny, so our answer should be an emphatic “yes!” when the character returns. And return he will; in a new interview on the red carpet at the Bohemian Rhapsody premiere, Myers declared that another outing for the out-of-time spy…

Thank the Halloween reboot for Baby Driver's Austin Powers masks

There’s long been a strange tension between Hollywood’s two Myers boys, if only because they exist on opposite poles of the artistic divide. Michael Myers is the faceless, cold-blooded killer of the Halloween franchise, which is currently getting a revival thanks to Blumhouse. And then there’s Mike Myers, the comic…

Mike Myers wants to revive the Austin Powers series with a movie about Dr. Evil

Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Mike Myers recently pitched an idea for how he could resurrect the Austin Powers series, noting that he’d “love to do a movie from Dr. Evil’s perspective.” He doesn’t offer very many details beyond that, suggesting that he just came up with the idea in the moment and thought it…

Mike Myers stops by Kimmel to help Jimmy talk to Trump's weirdo former doctor

The unofficial “Mike Myers stops by late-night talk shows to do a remote comedy bit as a big, weird political character” tour continued apiece tonight, with the Austin Powers star—who recently popped up on The Tonight Show as his beloved super villain Dr. Evil—dropping by Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight for an unexpected…

Holy shit, Mike Myers has been hosting ABC’s new Gong Show this whole time

For months, ABC viewers have been enthralled by one of the greatest mysteries of modern TV: Who is Tommy Maitland, the British host of the network’s Gong Show reboot? There had always been something vaguely familiar about his eyes and his voice, but how did a man who seemingly had no past get a sweet gig like hosting …

We're not worthy of co-hosting this anniversary Wayne's World screening in Chicago

Wayne’s World is the best of the Saturday Night Live movies. Oh, there are those who will tell you it’s really The Blues Brothers or maybe the relatively recent MacGruber. There are even a few sick freaks who might cite A Night At The Roxbury. But let’s be real: In quotability, in laugh count, in gleeful irreverence,…

Mike Myers to appear in Bohemian Rhapsody, which is pretty funny

Just after dropping out of the Del Close biopic when the movie lost its funding, Mike Myers has lined up another gig in a different biopic. According to Deadline, he’s “negotiating” for a role in Bohemian Rhapsody, Bryan Singer’s movie about Freddie Mercury and Queen. We don’t know who Myers will be playing, but…

Oh yeah, baby: That’s certainly Mike Myers in the new Gong Show trailer

ABC has just released the first trailer for its upcoming Gong Show reboot, offering fans plenty of glimpses of new host “Tommy Maitland,” i.e., Mike Myers doing a character that sounds kind of like a hybrid of Austin Powers, and a grown-up version of his old Simon character from Saturday Night Live. Myers’ bizarre,…

The Cat In The Hat terrorizes a new group of children in this recut It trailer

Seeing that there’s nothing scarier than an unhinged Mike Myers flinging “boner, bat-in-the-crotch, and gonorrhea jokes” at small, unsupervised children in an uncanny amalgam of thick fur and makeup, 2003’s The Cat In The Hat movie soon found its trailer recut as a horror movie. Several times. The latest (and perhaps…

Mike Myers to play improv legend Del Close, will need a quick suggestion

This is a case of when the student literally becomes the teacher: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mike Myers will play improv pioneer Del Close in a biopic titled Del. The film—written by Nick Torokvei and set to be directed by Betty Thomas— reportedly follows Close as he “takes an aspiring comedian under his…

Mike Myers joins Simon Pegg in Terminal, is really turning things around now

Deadline reports that Mike Myers is going to do the right thing and team up with Simon Pegg and Margot Robbie—two actors who are in high demand these days—for the noirish Terminal. Myers hasn’t appeared onscreen much since the dreadful Love Guru, preferring to lend his voice to ogres and his words to Canada. He did…

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