ANCHORMAN Exhibit to Open at DC’s Newseum – Big 6 Morning Report


  • Anchorman was once a simple cult comedy. Now, with a blockbuster sequel on the way, Anchorman is big enough to make history. Sort of. The Newseum in Washington, D.C., will pay tribute to the most important broadcast journalist of the 21st (and 20th) century with an exhibit dedicated to Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. The exhibit will feature footage, props and costumes from the 2004 comedy, including Ron Burgundy’s jazz flute. Anchorman 2 opens in December. (AICN)
  • Steven Soderbergh has long stated that his Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, which premiered on HBO last week, was “too gay” for Hollywood. When Hollywood execs told Mother Jones writer Asawin Suebsaeng that Soderbergh was lying, the director fired back, naming names and dropping bombs. Check out his interview on MJ for all the details. (Mother Jones)
  • Mark Wahlberg is entering the Oscar race as Universal moves the release date for his Afghan War drama Lone Survivor to late December in NY and LA. (Deadline)
  • Danish director Nikolaj Arcel, who is best known over here for directing the Swedish telefilm The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, is reportedly now in the director’s chair for WB’s adaptation of the acclaimed fantasy comic series Fables. (ScreenRant)
  •  Who’s responsibility is it to prevent you from seeing spoilers online? Yours! That’s what Devin Faraci says on Badass Digest. Read the inspired commentary here. (BAD)
  • Lucky Keira. Knightley is about to star opposite Benedict Cumberbatch in the indie drama The Imitation Game. (THR)

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