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
If horror movies have taught us anything (and I’m a firm believer that they’ve taught us many things) it’s that it’s never a good idea for man to play God. Despite what Captain James T. Kirk says about space in the opening of the original Star Trek series, death is really the final frontier. Horror cinema has long been fascinated with death and dying, and… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: The Best Movies About Bringing Back the Dead
Since nothing is sacred, Universal Pictures and Silver Pictures have announced plans to remake “Weird Science,” the 1985 John Hughes classic about a pair of nerds who create the perfect woman using their computer. (At the time, it was a space aged concept; now digital love is the norm.)
Joel Silver, the producer behind everything from “Lethal Weapon” to “Die Hard” to “The Matrix,” is set to produce, while Michael Bacall… Continue reading 'Weird Science' Remake: Universal Bringing the John Hughes Classic Back to Life, Because Of Course