Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Patton Oswalt shares his ideas for two sequels to M. Night Shyamalan‘s Unbreakable followed by fake Trailers for “Unbreakables” and “Broken”:
Artist Francois Dourlen creates photographs integrating film stills with real locations and situations, such as the Superman one below. Find more at The Hollywood Reporter.
Adam Sandler and… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Patton Oswalt's 'Unbreakable' Sequels, 'Happy Gilmore' Rematch and More
One happy family!
As radio detection and rangingOnline.com has reported, Teen Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska‘s daughter Aubree adores her mom’s sweet new boyfriend Cole DeBoer.
And in Houska’s new Instagram video, fans can see just how smitten the 5-year-old really is.
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“She is soooo in love,” the South Dakota cosmetologist, 23, captioned the clip, which… Continue reading Too Cute! Chelsea Houska’s Daughter Aubree Laughs With Mom’s Boyfriend Cole DeBoer: ‘She’s So Happy Around Him’
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reunited in New York City on Saturday night but they didn’t look very happy to see each other!
The couple, who haven’t seen each other in three weeks, was spotted having dinner at Carbone restaurant and then heading to Serendipity 3 for dessert.
But there were no smiles for the camera as Kardashian and West made their way through NYC, only fueling speculation that… Continue reading After Three Weeks Apart, Kim & Kanye Don’t Look Happy To See Each Other In NYC
Joe Swanberg doesn’t make movies the same way most people do. He’s not concerned with trying to dream up elaborate set pieces that take a team of fifty people to execute. He doesn’t spend years meticulously rewriting a script. He has an idea, he finds some actors (which often includes himself), and then they figure out a way to turn it into a movie.
Off… Continue reading Joe Swanberg Tells Us About 'Happy Christmas,' Lessons Learned from 'You're Next,' and More
Over five seasons, “Parenthood” has been as good as anything on television. The storylines of the little show that could may not be as flashy as making meth, raising dragons or winning Lady Mary’s heart, but it has deftly explored the struggles and complexities of the Braverman family through good writing and even better performances. This is Zap2it’s Emmy campaign for a show that… Continue reading 'Parenthood' final season Emmy watch: Mae Whitman in 'Happy Birthday, Zeek'