Jonathan Winters, who died Friday at 87, was a beloved comic whirlwind for generations, one whose influence on movie comics from Robin Williams to Jim Carrey to Sacha Baron Cohen is very apparent.
So why didn’t he make a bigger splash on film? The paradox of WInters’s 50-year screen career was that film wasn’t a big enough medium to contain him. He did his best work on records and TV, where… Continue reading Jonathan Winters Remembered: His 5 Best Movies
There was nothing that made my dad laugh harder than watching Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor fumble about with his co-host Al Borland. I enjoyed watching ‘Home Improvement’ with him, but I had my sights on the show for a very different reason: Tim’s youngest son, played by Jonathan Taylor Thomas.
Today, Allen’s brand new sitcom Last Man Standing has been doing all right in the ratings… Continue reading Teen Beat: Whatever Happened to Jonathan Taylor Thomas?
It’s a question fans of the indie horror film have been asking since it first arrived on the festival circuit back in 2006. Jonathan Levine’s debut film, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, has run into one roadblock after another while on its way to theaters, but in the years since its initial premiere the little horror flick has amassed a very faithful fanbase… Continue reading Jonathan Levine Updates Us on 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane': Will We Ever See It?
It’s shaping up to be a good week for horror author Stephen King. On Wednesday night, news broke that David Yates and Steve Kloves wanted to tackle a multi-film big screen adaptation of his novel The Stand. That was exciting, but now we’ve got even more good news for fright fans: the author’s upcoming novel, 11/22/63