“I think they both knew the one thing that they could say to one another that would hurt the most.”
As the contemporary classic marks its third decade in heavy holiday rotation, director Chris Columbus reveals little-known behind-the-scenes stories.
The star of the 1980 comedy favorite recalls the wild parties and cocaine use that happened behind the scenes on "Caddyshack."
Chevy Chase, Molly Ringwald, Catherine O'Hara and more recite some of their famous lines in John Hughes movies to honor the late writer/director
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Broadway Vacation The Musical, with characters from the popular Chevy Chase-fronted film franchise, will make its world premiere at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre this Fall. Though no announcement was made regarding actual Broadway plans for Broadway Vacation, the Seattle venue has been the starting ground for various New York-bound productions over the years, including Hairspray, […]
HBO Max is developing a series based on the Grisworld family from the "National Lampoon's Vacation" films, Variety has learned. Titled "The Griswolds," the series will see the titular family home from vacation and explore their daily lives in the suburbs of modern-day Chicago. Tim Hobert is attached to write and executive produce the half-hour single-camera […]
Pete Davidson sat down with Howard Stern on Monday to discuss 'SNL' alum Chevy Chase and his relationship with Ariana Grande.
Chase, the breakout star of "Saturday Night Live’s" inaugural season of 1975-76, called out his former show for not being funny in a new interview with the Washington Post.
Former Saturday Night Live cast member Jay Pharoah had some harsh criticism for the perennial sketch comedy series. Pharoah had been mostly silent about the situation, until he opened up during a recent interview with New York’s HOT 97 radio station. SNL producers, he said, “put people into boxes, and whatever they want you to do, they expect you to do.” Pharoah admitted that he is “fiery” and not a “yes n***a” who agrees to do a sketch or character that he does not find funny. Pharoah is far from the first cast member to lambaste the series after leaving it.
In a recent interview with Time magazine, President Trump pointed out the obvious, saying that he’s president and the reporter is not. On Late Night with Seth Meyers, Meyers took special exception to this statement — not because that’s in no way a reasonable response when your credibility is being brought into question, but because Meyers saw it as a rip-off of “Weekend Update” on “Saturday Night Live.”
Chevy Chase has checked into rehab. The National Lampoon’s Vacation star is an in-patient at Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center in Minnesota, a representative for the actor confirms to PEOPLE. Chase checked himself in for an alcohol-related issue which his rep calls a “tune-up,” adding that the actor “wants to be the best that he can be.” He previously received addiction treatment at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California in the ‘80s, according to The New York Times. The 72-year-old’s latest project, Dog Years, in which he stars alongside Burt Reynolds, is currently being filmed. ...
It’s summer break, bruh! Just because your friends and coworkers are living large on some beach doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! Sit back, relax, and enjoy not spending your retirement fund on airplane tickets with some movies! Here are three summer vacation comedy classics you can stream right now. Starring Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo, this comedy takes us along for the ride with the Griswold family as they try to overcome obstacle after obstacle on their way to Wally World. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the film debut of 30 Rock star Jane Krakowski! National Lampoon’s Vacation is available to rent on iTunes.
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Ed Helms knows he’s entered sacred comedy ground by taking over as patriarch of the Griswold family in the new Vacation, but it helped that his predecessor was there to figuratively hand off the keys. Chevy Chase, who played the beloved, bumbling dad Clark Griswold in four previous Vacation films, never pulled his new onscreen son aside for a pep talk, but it was Chase’s presence in the new sequel, Helms said, that gave him the vote of confidence. “In a way, his eagerness to be in the movie, and to be Clark Griswold, and to do those scenes, I guess that could be interpreted as a baton-passing moment,” Helms, 41, told us in a recent interview, which you can watch above.
Both Clark (Chase) and Ellen Griswold (Beverly D'Angelo) pose alongside screen son Rusty (Ed Helms), daughter-in-law Debbie (Christina Applegate) and their kids (Skyler Gisondo and Steele Stebbins) in the freshly released pic, taken in front of the clan’s famous green “Wagon Queen Family Truckster” (a modified Ford LTD Country Squire).