Turkey Day is upon us — and Hollywood is oh-so-ready to gobble it down.
While Thanksgiving is, above all, a time to give thanks, the centuries-old tradition is often celebrated with family, football and, of course, food. And before Tinseltown got to stuffing the turkeys, mashing the potatoes and breaking out the cranberry… More »
Actors are used to performing under pressure — but nothing quite like this.
Take 24 actors, six writers, and six short plays all performed within 24 hours – and you get The 24 Hour Plays — a live stage experience that even shook the nerves of Hollywood’s hottest stars, like Vanessa Hudgens.
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Martin McDonagh has ‘it.’
After an award-winning career writing for the stage, his first movie, In Bruge, won a Golden Globe for Colin Farrell and earned McDonagh an Oscar nod for Best Original Screenplay.
With his latest movie, Seven Psychopaths, McDonagh actually tops In Bruges – no easy feat considering that… More »
Aspiring filmmakers will be flocking to the box office this weekend as not one, but two new releases revolves around movie-making. Well, sort of.
Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell are such talented actors that they can make any dialogue sound good — even the unscripted musings of the Thompson clan of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo fame.
If it wasn’t fun enough watching Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson, Olga Kurylenko and Tom Waits play the eponymous septet in Seven Psychopaths, CBS Films has turned the film’s cast into felines.
In a trailer posted Monday, Martin McDonagh’s crime comedy was transformed into internet-sensation-worthy fodder with a clip entitled… More »
When your character is literally called a psychopath, it’s a dubious honor to be described as “the seemingly normal one.”
But in Seven Psychopaths, Martin McDonagh’s follow-up to In Bruges, Colin Farrell’s character enjoys that description. Ferrell plays Marty, an aspiring screenwriter who becomes ensnarled in the dognapping of a gangster’s pet Shih Tzu. More »