Rob Lowe Headlines

  • Nova Scotia minister asks Jimmy Kimmel to apologize over Halifax Explosion segment

    Labi Kousoulis, MLA for Halifax Citadel-Sable Island and Nova Scotia's minister of Labour and Advanced Education, has asked Kimmel to apologize to Nova Scotians and said the segment was "disappointing."

    Global News
  • ‘Super Troopers 2’: Comedy sequel stalls at the side of the road

    From the beginning, the makers of "Super Troopers" and "Beerfest" have built these politically incorrect odes to nonsense practically daring you to disapprove. The Broken Lizard comedy group embraces the lowbrow to predictable extremes. If you see a pyramid of cans somewhere, it will be knocked down. If a Taser enters the scene, it must at some point be used on someone's genitals. When the options are logic or an easy laugh, always choose the joke about the man taking drugs that...

  • 'Super Troopers 2': Rob Lowe on How the Sequel Compares to the Original

    It was a busy day on the Super Troopers 2 set back in 2016, as a whole host of extras prepared to fill out a party scene that was set to begin shooting. But amongst all the frenzy, it was nearly impossible not to notice one thing: Rob Lowe's hair. Voluminous and layered, it was the kind of style that might only have worked circa the late '90s, a flagrantly dated choice that told me almost everything I needed to know about Lowe's curious new character Guy LeFranc, a Canadian mountie who, through...

  • 15 Things to Know About 'Super Troopers 2'

    It’s been an awfully long road to get to Super Troopers 2. The original film hit theaters in 2001, scoring a decent box office and a handful of middling reviews – but over the years has persevered to become one of the defining stoner classics for Generation Y and beyond. Fast forward to 2018, the year that the comedy crew otherwise known as Broken Lizard will finally bring their beloved state troopers back to the big screen thanks to a record-breaking Indiegogo campaign and more than nine years...

  • Review: The prank-loving cops of 'Super Troopers' return

    A goofy sense of inconsequentiality is an underappreciated trait in comedies. There's an abiding charm to movies so low in their stakes and so loose in their order that they feel as if at any moment they might fall apart. Films like "Caddyshack" and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" are good...

    ABC News
  • Gwyneth Paltrow's Rumored Wedding Rehearsal Brings Out A-Lister Pals

    Do not doubt Gwyneth Paltrow's far reaching star power, 'cause she drummed up some the biggest names in Hollywood for what may have been practice for her forthcoming nuptials. Tons of A-list actors and actresses poured out of the Los Angeles…