Jonah Hill was on a quest to veer off the comedy course when he apparently turned down roles in two major blockbusters.
After his star turn in the breakout 2007 hit “Superbad,” he was offered “any one of the three main parts in ‘The Hangover,’” he tells Bullet magazine. In other words, Hill could’ve played Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), or Alan (Zach… Continue reading Jonah Hill Turned Down Starring Roles in Two of the Biggest Movies of 2009
He’s Indiana Jones. He’s Han Solo. He’s Richard Kimble. He’s, well, what else? Harrison Ford has had a long and illustrious (well, parts of it, anyway) career, yet he’s usually only associated with those three roles — two, really, if we’re talking about popularity level.
However, there are plenty of other unappreciated performances in Ford’s filmography that deserve more recognition. It’s not they’re ignored completely, just sadly overlooked.
Below, we’ve rounded up… Continue reading Harrison Ford's Most Underrated Roles: 9 Characters Not Named Han Or Indy
There was a time when Steve Buscemi was known exclusively for his off-beat supporting roles, in films like “The Big Lebowski,” “Fargo,” “Con Air,” and “Armageddon.” Now, after several years as the lead on HBO’s impressive “Boardwalk Empire,” he is returning to the entertainingly peculiar characters that helped launch his career.
In “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” which hits theaters this Friday, the actor plays Anton Marvelton, an aging Vegas performer and… Continue reading Steve Buscemi on 'Burt Wonderstone' and 6 of His Most Memorable Roles (EXCLUSIVE)
Awhile back, to the woeful delight of the Internet, Brad Pitt dropped a career bomb — that he maybe could be quitting acting in a mere three years (!) — focus on producing and being a father to a caravan of children.
Now, after the release of Angelina Jolie’s (notoriously tumultuous) directorial debut “In the Land of Blood and Honey,” Pitt’s partner may be looking to bow out from acting, too.
“I… Continue reading Angelina Jolie May Quit Acting If She Can't 'Find Roles That Matter'