George Miller was well established in the rough-and-rugged world of Ozploitation cinema thanks to his work on the cultishly adored Australian trilogy Mad Max (1979-85). “It was my first full Hollywood feature,” Miller told Yahoo Entertainment (watch above) about the horror-comedy about three women (Cher, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle Pfeiffer) who get into some hocus pocus after Jack Nicholson’s mysterious playboy arrives in their sleepy New England town. “Jack said to me, ‘Look, George, they mistake politeness for weakness.
Bryan Cranston had one mission when he signed on to play Vietnam veteran Sal Nealon, in Richard Linklater‘s new Last Flag Flying alongside Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne. “I know guys like him! He’s that kind of guy who takes up air in the room, and yet he’s also a tried and true friend.” Even friends can have disagreements, of course, and Cranston reveals that there are some fundamental differences between him and Sal.
Warner Bros. would love to see Oscar winner starring in planned origin tale. But it’s way too early to predict whether the versatile star might be interested and no deals are done.
Potential Oscar contender is the long-delayed sequel to Hal Ashby’s 1973 Jack Nicholson drama "The Last Detail."
Roman Polanski is a filmmaker known for such films as Rosemary’s Baby, Chinatown, and the Oscar-winning film The Pianist. In 1977, Polanski pleaded guilty to engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse with 13-year-old Samantha Geimer during a photoshoot at Jack Nicholson’s home. In 2010, actress Charlotte Lewis claimed that the director forced himself on her at his Paris apartment when she was 16 years old, before working on his 1986 film Pirates.
Film director and writer Kevin Smith helmed Wednesday's episode of "The Goldbergs," an episode mostly centered on the characters watching the 1989 Tim Burton film Batman.
We typically think Meryl Streep when it comes to Oscar records, with the master thespian having amassed an incredible 19 nominations. But when it comes to actual wins, Streep’s not in the record books. Instead you’ll find names both famous (Walt Disney, John Williams, Katharine Hepburn) and less familiar (art director Cedric Gibbons, soundman Gary Rydstrom). Here are all the folks who have been awarded the most statuettes (we’re only counting “competitive” Oscars and not honorary/memorial recognition)