First the actual Michael Bolton pops up in Office Space and now Derek Zoolander and Hansel are walking an actual runway show during Paris Fashion Week:
Is this what we have to look forward to for the next 10 years, late-90s/early-00s media remixed for an aging and increasingly wealthy Generation X? Bring it on?
Update: Here's the video of the whole show; the Zoolander appearance happens right at the beginning.
And as if there were any doubt, the stunt was a promo for Zoolander 2, which will come out in 2016.
Update: At one point, Zoolander grabbed the phone out of someone's hand and walked with it. Here's the video of that.
The someone turns out to be Jerome Jarre, a big Vine star who gets paid by brands to do this sort of thing all the time so chances are it was staged. Sorry, there are no more genuine moments left, it's all fake from now on.
A comparison of Owen Wilson's roles in Wes Anderson films and his real-life goings-on.
Mapping the idea of "life imitating art" onto Owen Wilson's biography and Wes Anderson's films reveals their startling convergence. As Anderson's works increasingly addressed themes of depression, psychiatric treatment, and "hitting bottom," so too did Wilson's life chart a course towards collapse. Wilson's characters in Anderson's early films-the sublime geniuses born of commingling depression, emotion and creativity-gradually give way to caricatured objects of psychoanalytic explication.
Update on The Darjeeling Limited, Wes Anderson's new film starring Anderson regulars Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, and Jason Schwartzman. Apparently this article confirms the rumors that Bill Murray is in the film. (via goldenfiddle)
Wes Anderson's new film (after The Fantastic Mr. Fox) will be called The Darjeeling Limited. Anderson, Roman Coppola, and Jason Schwartzman are writing it, with Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, and Schwartzman to star.
Are Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson making a Zoolander 2? I loved the original, but I'm not so sure about this one.
Is Owen Wilson the secret factor to Wes Anderson's success?. I'm of the opinion that The Life Aquatic didn't suck, but I can see the point here.