A civil war is brewing in the UK, y’all: It’s “Downton Abbey” vs. “Sherlock,” and things are getting ugly.
“Sherlock” star Benedict Cumberbatch recently did an interview for Reader’s Digest magazine, in which he ruthlessly slammed “Downton Abbey.” Cumberbatch is starring in the upcoming series “Parade’s End,” which Cumberbatch says plays on the current nostalgia for the pre-WWI Britain.
“‘Downton’ traded a lot on the sentiment in… Continue reading 'Downton Abbey' vs 'Sherlock' star Benedict Cumberbatch: A war of the words
Struggling writer Rory Johnson (Bradley Cooper) rockets to fame after passing off a brilliant found manuscript as his own, bu… Read More
If the new movie “The Words,” a story within a story (and maybe within another story), sounds a little confusing, don’t fear! The stars of the latest literary nail-biter are here to set the record straight.
Directed by first-timers Brian Klugman, Lee Sternthal… Continue reading 'The Words' Movie: Bradley Cooper And Jeremy Irons's Story Within A Story (VIDEO)
In 2008, Eddie Murphy filmed a movie called A Thousand Words, where his character isn’t able to speak because of a magical tree. Four years later, this movie has been released into theaters. As a service to you, dear reader, I went to a movie theater on Friday to watch A Thousand Words (it wasn’t screened for critics). Here is an answer to every question that you could possibly… Continue reading A Thousand Words: 25 Questions
The Sundance Film Festival is often full of surprises, and every once in a while, an independently-made movie with a big name cast shows up in the “Premieres” section without already having distribution. In the case of the festival’s Closing Night film, Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal’s The Words, it managed to score a distribution deal with CBS Films before any audience was able to see… Continue reading Sundance Interviews & Review of The Words