Here it is: Heartwarming footage of a massive crowd saying "Wow" like Owen Wilson

We’re a culture of anxiety. The myriad intricacies of every relationship, every interaction, and every “friend” on social media is enough to collapse even the most ironclad of constitutions. As such, it’s only natural for us, as modern, internet-dwelling humans, to crave simplicity. It’s why we latch onto fidget…

Thousands of people are planning to say "Wow" like Owen Wilson in unison

As an actor, all one can hope for is a legacy that resounds long after they’re gone. Charlie Chaplin and Peter Sellers’ mastery of transformation, for example, continues to inspire comics the world over, as does the boldness and range of an actress like Katharine Hepburn. Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep will no doubt be…

This "Bulls On Parade"-Owen Wilson mashup is still probably better than Prophets Of Rage

Did you know that Owen Wilson says “wow” a lot? Probably, considering not only did some genius make a supercut of it, but some other wiseasses worked that “wow” into things such as lightsaber duels. Now, Wilson’s slacker-chic rasp has leaped, inevitably some would say, from the corporeal world into the musical one,…

Owen Wilson saying “wow” except it’s backwards now

Owen Wilson is a versatile actor—watch The Minus Man!—but that’s not to say he doesn’t have a few actorly wells to which he returns. We’ve seen time and again the many, many times he’s uttered his catchphrase—“wow”—and we’ve even seen it dubbed over other sounds, such as that of a lightsaber. Now, perhaps inspired by…

The trailer for Wonder looks a lot like a grade-school version of Mask

Movies like Wonder basically have “emotional button-pushing” baked into their very DNA. It’s the story of a young boy with facial disfigurement who is entering the fifth grade in a public school for the first time, trying to find friends, all while enduring the cruelties of other children. It has the obvious potential…

Star Wars, but with the lightsaber sounds replaced by Owen Wilson saying “wow”

One might remember seeing Star Wars for the first time as a child, an awestruck “wow” escaping their mouth as those glowing lightsabers whooshed to life for the first time. Well, you can now relive that moment again and again with the below video, which replaces each strike of the lightsaber with a “wow” from…

Read This: How Wedding Crashers became “this generation’s Animal House”

Wedding Crashers opened more than a decade ago to rave reviews, going on to unexpectedly make some $200 million at the box office. A new oral history from Mel Magazine digs into the movie’s success, using firsthand interviews with the movie’s director, writers, stars, and crew, and in the process it lays out a…

Napoleon Dynamite’s Jared Hess is taking on a Shanghai Noon sequel

Because it’s Hollywood’s job to persistently remind us that there are no new ideas, a revival of the Shanghai Noon franchise is in the works. According to The Hollywood Reporter, MGM has enlisted Jared Hess—whose biggest claim to fame is still Napoleon Dynamite—to direct, while original stars Jackie Chan and Owen…

20 years ago today, Jim Carrey blew up his image with The Cable Guy

Jim Carrey got famous fast. Like a grown man birthed from the anus of a robotic rhinoceros, he emerged fully formed—an instant movie star. There are overnight success stories, and then there’s appearing in three consecutive smashes in one calendar year, despite having no major starring roles on your resumé before…

Wilson brothers team up with Borat director for comedy about ex-con and hiis wiiife

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Luke and Owen Wilson are going to be working with Borat director Larry Charles on what is reportedly “a broad comedy”—which means it’ll have plenty of falling down and none of that dumb ol’ thinkin’ stuff. The untitled movie was co-written by Luke Wilson, and it has a weirdly…

“Relax” with Zoolander 2’s final trailer

After a teaser that called out Derek Zoolander’s intelligence and a trailer that explained the sequel’s plot, the final preview for Zoolander 2 asks you to do just on thing: Relax. Set to a cover of Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s “Relax”—the song that triggered Zoolander’s homicidal tendencies in the first film—the…