Heads up, hammerheads, we’ve got a special (arguably extra-grizzled) edition of the Poster-Crop Quiz themed to Jersey Boys director Clint Eastwood. Ironically the man who made a name for himself playing the Man with No Name is now one of the most recognizable names on the planet… man!
Not only is he an established actor, but almost since the inception of his film… Continue reading Poster-Crop Quiz: Can You Guess These Clint Eastwood Movies?
Sometimes good musicals come from directors you might not expect. Brian De Palma made Phantom of the Paradise. Robert Altman made Popeye. And now Clint Eastwood brings us his adaptation of the Broadway hit Jersey Boys. So since anyone can make a musical, here are some directorial candidates who need to make one ASAP.
Even… Continue reading If Clint Eastwood Can Do It, Anyone Can: 10 Directors Who Need to Make a Musical
In Les Miserables, Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe break out their vocal chops, singing their hearts out in Tom Hooper’s big-screen adaptation of the beloved Broadway musical. Seeing these two men, better known for playing superheroes, boxers and Roman gladiators, bravely manhandling showtunes reminded us of another unlikely movie star taking on a singing role in an adaptation of a Broadway musical: Clint Eastwood.
Way… Continue reading That Time Clint Eastwood Sang in 'Paint Your Wagon'
John Goodman is returning to the baseball diamond. According to Variety, the actor is set to join Clint Eastwood in the upcoming sports drama, “Trouble With the Curve.”
Goodman, who once portrayed New York Yankee great Babe Ruth in the 1992 film “The Babe,” will play a longtime baseball scout in “Curve.” The film follows Eastwood, another scout, who takes a road trip with his daughter (Amy Adams) to discover a… Continue reading 'Trouble With The Curve': John Goodman Joins Justin Timberlake, Clint Eastwood And Amy Adams In Baseball Drama
Is there such a thing as a movie that’s too violent? At the box office, apparently not. Exhibit A: ‘Immortals,’ which, despite extreme gore that includes bloody entrails flying at the viewer in 3D, opened at no. 1 with an estimated $ 32.0 million. That’s a stunning feat for a movie that faced competition from a new Adam Sandler comedy, had little star power of its own, belonged to a… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'Immortals' Overwhelm Sandler and Eastwood