Here are a bunch of sequel bites for those of you who are always wanting more…
Wreck-It Ralph 2
During an interview with an Irish radio station over the weekend, John C. Reilly revealed that he’s signed on for a sequel to Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph. It’s possible that he’s been on board for a while and that this isn’t actually a… Continue reading Sequel Roundup: 'Wreck-It Ralph,' 'Kill Bill,' 'Trainwreck,' 'Pacific Rim' and Guillermo Del Toro's 'Star Wars' Idea
The story of Lance Armstrong’s prolific campaign to hide his use of performance enhancing drugs has already been explored in movies (The Armstrong Lie), but if documentaries aren’t your thing, there’s a dramatized version on the way. Directed by Stephen Frears (The Queen, High Fidelity) and starring Ben Foster as the cyclist, The Program looks like it tries to get inside the… Continue reading Trailer Round-up: Bill Murray Will 'Rock the Kasbah,' Lance Armstrong's 'The Program,' and 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.'
We love to spend the holidays with Bill Murray. There’s Ghostbusters II on New Year’s Eve, Hyde Park on Hudson on President’s Day, Groundhog Day on Groundhog Day and, of course, Scrooged at Christmas*. Now we’re going to have more of the actor to watch on that last holiday, because he’s starring in a special called A Very Murray Christmas, which will debut on Netflix this December.
Fans of Scrooged should be… Continue reading Watch Bill Murray Bring the Yuletide Cheer in the 'A Very Murray Christmas' Trailer
It’s time to finally bid farewell to David Letterman this week, with his final show scheduled to air Wednesday night. As such, some of Letterman’s old favorites are popping up to say goodbye in their own ways — with perhaps none as unique and inventive as Bill Murray, whose final appearance alongside his longtime pal began with the actor popping out of a… Continue reading Watch: Bill Murray's Hilarious Farewell to David Letterman
You might recognize the tall, thin, strong-jawed actor/clown/comedian Bill Irwin as Ham Gravy in Popeye, as Mr. Leeds in Lady in the Water, as Anne Hathaway’s dad in Rachel Getting Married, or even as Mr. Noodle on Sesame Street. However, there’s one role where you simply will not recognize him: as TARS the robot in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar.
Many may think that TARS… Continue reading 'Interstellar' Actor Bill Irwin Explains How Bringing TARS to Life Finally Made Christopher Nolan Smile