Is Adam Sandler looking to relive his raunchy glory days? In the first red-band trailer for “That’s My Boy,” the comedian drops f-bombs, visits strip clubs, and takes bong rips — all of which are a far cry from his Razzie-nominated performance in the rather tame “Jack and Jill.”
The comedy stars Sandler as Donnie, a grown man who spends most of his time partying. When the IRS finds out that… Continue reading 'That's My Boy' Trailer: Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg Star In Father-Son Raunch-Fest (VIDEO)
Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Murphy walk into a restaurant and come out hours later with an idea for the craziest star-studded musical-comedy feature film this side of “Rock of Ages.” It’s not a terrible joke, but apparent Hollywood reality. As first reported by Deadline.com (and later confirmed by both EW.com and THR), the “Glee” creator is talking about teaming with three of Hollywood’s biggest female stars… Continue reading 'One Hit Wonders': Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, Beyonce And Andy Samberg Circling Ryan Murphy Musical
We were heartbroken when we got the news that Andy Whitfield was stepping down from his lead role in the ‘Spartacus’ series after his cancer returned. We were destroyed when we heard he passed away. Producers of the show had a really hard decision to… Continue reading Andy Whitfield in 'Spartacus': It took months to replace him execs say
Steven Spielberg wasn’t totally sold on Andy Serkis’s Oscar campaign for “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” when he spoke to Moviefone late last year. “For the first time, in ‘Tintin,’ [Serkis] got to actually act,” Spielberg said, when asked if Serkis’s motion-capture performances deserved some kind of awards consideration. “He didn’t just have to act with his eyes or his face, the way he… Continue reading James Franco on Andy Serkis's 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Performance: 'What is Needed is Recognition for Him, Now'
It’s a great year for animal characters in movies, as I’ve noted elsewhere recently. And now two of the most notable performances are being talked about for Academy Awards. One is an actual beast, while the other is a man who plays a beast.
First, there’s Uggie, the Jack Russell terrier who plays an Asta-like pup in The Artist (also seen this year in Water for Elephants). Begun by Movieline’s S.T… Continue reading The Conversation: Do Andy Serkis and Uggie the Dog Deserve Oscar Recognition?