It’s no secret that one of the bigger emerging trends in Hollywood right now are these shared movie universes, a la what Marvel Studios is doing (see: Avengers: Age of Ultron, in theaters this weekend) and what Warner Bros. will start doing with their own DC movies, beginning with next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
But what we aren’t seeing… Continue reading The Next '21 Jump Street' Sequel May Create a Shared Movie Universe with the 'Men in Black' Franchise
Ashton Kutcher didn’t even have to say anything to start the rumors of Charlie Sheen’s return to Two and a Half Men.
On Friday, Kutcher stopped by Ellen and discussion reared around the end of the series. Kutcher revealed that while they have not shot the end yet, he was pitched the story for the end of the show, which he said had him a “little terrified.” DeGeneres egged him on… Continue reading Could Charlie Sheen return to ‘Two and a Half Men’? Ashton Kutcher stays quiet
Like most of Kevin Smith’s body of work, ”
Comic Book Men” is more of an excuse for him to tell stories and highlight things he has a passion for than anything else. This strategy works for Smith mostly because he has the smug charm to pull off talking about himself and his store while seeming only slightly self-centered.
In the Season 4 premiere “Heir Apparent” stories abound, covering… Continue reading Kevin Smith's daughter learns to clerk over twerk on 'Comic Book Men'
When it comes to Jason Reitman’s “Men, Women & Children,” you can feel all the films that came before it (movies that tackled technological unease… Continue reading 5 Movies That Inspired Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women, & Children'
There are certain movies that just feel like home, and others that spend a lot of time with characters who are trying to figure out what “home” even means. Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children is both. When I was growing up, home was quite literally the house I lived in with my parents and my dog. That was home. That was the only home… Continue reading Toronto Review: Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women & Children' Feels A Lot Like Home