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Due to unforeseen circumstances, Tenacious Eats ‘Movies for Foodies’ has had to change its location. The new location is Food Outreach, 3117 Olive Street in St. Louis
“Let’s turn on the juice and see what shakes loose!”
More exciting news for movie lovers, gastronomes, and fans of Tim Burton! After a brief hiatus, Movies for Foodies, a regular film series put on by Chef Liz Schuster and Chef Steve Schmidt, the talented chefs at Tenacious Eats, is back in a new location and a fresh slate of films to write menus around. Enjoy a five-course gourmet meal (and five unique cocktails) while enjoying one of your favorite movies! That’s the Tenacious Eats way! The movie starts at 8pm. The doors open at 5:30 for the pre-show which includes an hour of Super-8 Movie Madness!
The hot new locale is Food Outreach, 3117 Olive Street in St. Louis. The next Tenacious »
- Tom Stockman
The pair will star in DreamWorks Animation's family comedy, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The film will centre around a fast-talking, briefcase-carrying baby (Baldwin) and his jealous older brother.
In a bid to win his parents' respect, the brother stumbles upon a villainous plot by the CEO of Puppy Co (Spacey).
Sky Movies gets all the intel on Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. Chris Pine steps into the shoes of Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Alec Baldwin to be the fourth actor to play American intelligence officer Jack Ryan. In this outing - not based on a Tom Clancy novel - the young CIA analyst uncovers a Russian plot to bring down the American economy with a terrorist attack. »
Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey will go head-to-head in the animated feature Boss Baby, from DreamWorks. The two will voice the movie, with Baldwin playing the boss baby and Spacey taking on the role of his nemesis, Francis E. Francis.
The movie was inspired by Marla Frazee's award-winning picture book of the same name. Directed by Tom McGrath (Madagascar franchise, Megamind), Boss Baby is tells the story of the bossiest member in every family – the new guy. Here's an official synopses:
"From the day his baby brother arrived (in a cab…wearing a suit), seven-year-old Tim knew this fast-talking briefcase-carrying baby (voiced by Baldwin) was trouble – after all, there's only so much love to go around, right? But as Tim embarks on a mission to win back the sole affection of his parents, he stumbles upon a secret plot by the CEO of Puppy Co. (voiced by Spacey) that threatens »
- Laura Frances
• Benjamin Walker will part with his presidential past as the male lead in the adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel The Choice. The Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson star will play Travis Parker in the story that spans a decade long love affair in a small coastal town. Bryan Sipe (A Million Miles) wrote the screenplay with no director currently attached. [Deadline]
• Rosa Salazar has just joined the cast of another Ya trilogy. The Parenthood actress will play Brenda in the sequel Maze Runner: Scorch Trials, which will once again be directed by Wes Ball and star Dylan O’Brien. »
- Jake Perlman
Academy Award nominee Alec Baldwin suits up to play the boss (who Fyi, is a total baby) in DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming comedy feature Boss Baby. Joined by two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey who will take on the role of corporate uber-villain (and baby nemesis) Francis E. Francis, the two will duke it out for the proverbial “World’s Best Boss” mug.
Inspired by Marla Frazee’s award-winning picture book of the same name (Publishers Weekly Best Children’s Picture Book of the Year in 2010), the CG film will be released by 20th Century Fox on March 18, 2016.
The film is directed by Tom McGrath (Madagascar franchise, Megamind), produced by Ramsey Naito (The Spongebob Squarepants Movie) and Denise Cascino (Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Megamind) and written by Michael McCullers (Austin Powers films).
Boss Baby is a fantastical family comedy about the bossiest member in every family – the new guy. From the »
- Melissa Thompson
If you're a big brother or sister, you know that when your parents bring home a new baby, that baby rules the house - and your mom and dad. That's the very premise of the book "Boss Baby" that's now being made into a movie by DreamWorks Animation. Deadline reports that Alec Baldwin ("30 Rock") will voice the baby and Kevin Spacey ("House of Cards") will voice the corporate villain who battles the baby for the title World's Best Boss. Tom McGrath, the director of the Madasgascar movies, will helm. It will be released on March 18, 2016. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tara the Mom)
Remember that 30 Rock episode when the writers discover that Jack (Alec Baldwin) once recorded himself reciting the dictionary for cash? All of which then wound up on a type-n-speak website? The entire episode’s biggest laughs emanate from the writers’ plugging words into the site which then recites them in his unmistakable voice. That instance alone was enough to land Baldwin some serious voice work all those years back, and he’s certainly Capital One’d the crap out of his marketable tones. So, it only makes sense that he’s now joining forces with another unique vocal talent, Kevin Spacey, for Dreamworks Animation’s next venture: Boss Baby.
The pair are slated to “voice star” in the animated feature, under the direction of Madagascar and Megamind director Tom McGrath. Inspired by the popular children’s book by Marla Frazee, the story sounds like a perfect fit for Baldwin. He »
- Gem Seddon
Baldwin will voice the titular character, a briefcase-carrying baby who sparks jealousy in his 7-year-old brother, Tim. Threatened by the new arrival, Tim attempts to win his parents’ sole affection. In the process, he uncovers a secret plot by the CEO of Puppy Co. (voiced by Spacey) that could ruin »
- C. Molly Smith
Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey will face off as the voices of DreamWorks Animation's latest film, “Boss Baby,” the studio announced Tuesday. Baldwin voices the new baby welcomed into a family that already includes a seven-year old named Tim. As Tim seeks to win back the affection of his parents, he uncovers a plot by the evil CEO of Puppy Co. (voiced by Spacey) to take over the world, and discovers that his new baby brother is actually an undercover executive. Also read: Emmy Rossum, DreamWorks Animation Highlight Carmel International Film Festival The two must come together as true brothers to stop. »
- Linda Ge
DreamWorks Animation is putting together the voice cast for one of its upcoming films. Heat Vision reports that Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey will lead the voice cast for Boss Baby, which is described as a fantastical comedy revolving around a “fast-talking briefcase-carrying baby (Baldwin) and his seven-year-old brother, who is jealous of the new arrival.” The brother sets out on a mission to win back the sole affection of his parents and ends up stumbling upon a secret plot by the CEO of Puppy Co. (Spacey). The two brothers are then forced to come together in order to stop the dastardly scheme. Megamind director Tom McGrath is set to helm the pic, which is slated for release on March 18, 2016. Hit the jump for news concerning an adaptation of Counting by 7s that is being developed as a star vehicle for young Quvenzhane Wallis. Additionally, Deadline reports that author Holly Goldberg Sloan »
- Adam Chitwood
The story centers on a seven-year-old boy who becomes jealous of his infant brother, a fast-talking, briefcase-carrying baby (voiced by Alec Baldwin). The brother embarks on a mission to win back the love of his parents, when he discovers a secret plot hatched by the CEO of PuppyCo (voiced by Kevin Spacey), which centers on "this brash baby executive masquerading as his new brother." They must come together as true brothers and stop this evil plot to save their parents and the entire world.
Tom McGrath (Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, Penguins of Madagascar) is directing from a screenplay by Michael McCullers (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), based on the award-winning picture book by Maria Frazee. Ramsey Ann Naito (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie »
DreamWorks Animation hasn't really had a lot to brag about over the last few years, even with quality franchises like How to Train Your Dragon, they're still struggling to stay on top, and have had trouble pleasing their shareholders. But the animation studio is marching onward and they've just announced a new project called Boss Baby, slated for release by 20th Century Fox on March 18th, 2016. THR has the report on the new project with word that Alec Baldwin will voice a fast-talking briefcase-carrying baby who makes his seven-year old brother jealous in the film described as a fantastical comedy (obviously). Read on! Here's a look at some concept art for DreamWorks Animation's Boss Baby from THR: Could the new animation film be inspired by this sketch from "Saturday Night Live" last year? That's likely not the case since animated films are in development and worked on for years before hitting theaters, »
- Ethan Anderton
Alec Baldwin will voice the lead character of DreamWorks Animation’s “Boss Baby,” with Kevin Spacey set to show off his sinister side yet again to play uber corporate villain Francis E. Francis in the family comedy to be released on March 18, 2016.
Inspired by Marla Frazee’s picture book of the same name, the film revolves around a fast-talking suit-wearing briefcase-carrying baby who must pair up with his seven-year old brother to stop the dastardly plot of the CEO of Puppy Co. (Spacey) and restore order in the world. (See a sketch of Baldwin’s character above).
Dwa’s next releases include “The Penguins of Madagascar,” on Nov. 26; “Home,” on March 27, 2015; “B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations, »
- Marc Graser
Baldwin will play a fast-talking, briefcase-carrying baby, a toddler whom his seven-year-old new brother is jealous of. He then embarks on a mission to win back the love of his parents.
Spacey plays the CEO of PuppyCo who is up to no good, and the two brothers must come together to save their parents and the entire world.
Tom McGrath is directing from a screenplay by Michael McCullers based on a picture book by Maria Frazee. Ramsey Ann Naito and Denise Nolan Cascino are producing with a March 18th 2016 release date set.
Source: Variety »
- Garth Franklin
Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey will voice star in Boss Baby, the latest feature from DreamWorks Animation. The movie, which has a release date of March 18, 2016, is being directed by Tom McGrath, one of Dwa’s go-to helmers with such credits as the Madagascar movies as well as Megamind. Ramsey Naito (The Spongebob Squarepants Movie) and Denise Cascino (Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Megamind) are producing with Michael McCullers (Austin Powers films) handling script duties. Read more DreamWorks Animation Inks Collaboration Deal With Makers of 'The Legend of Korra' Boss Baby is described as a fantastical family comedy centering
- Borys Kit
DreamWorks Animation has been suffering of late from some under-performing efforts. It’ll be hoping for a more emphatic hit from one of its more reliable talents, Madagascar co-director Tom McGrath, with the film Boss Baby, which now boasts the vocal chops of Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey.With Austin Powers co-writer Michael McCullers loosely adapting Maria Frazzee’s picture book, Boss Baby finds a seven-year-old boy becoming jealous of the attention lavished upon his smart-talking, briefcase-sporting baby brother (Baldwin).Looking to win back his parents’ affection, the older kid discovers a secret plot by the CEO of Puppy Co. (Spacey) that threatens to destroy the balance of love in the world. It turns out that the brash baby executive, who has finagled his way into the family like a cuckoo, is the focus of the plan – and the brothers will have to work together to stop the scheme and »
For as long as Twitter rants have driven Internet conversation, the live-tweet dispatch about an absurd drama during a flight has been a pop-culture staple. Think of these live-tweet events — whether it's Alec Baldwin feuding with the American Airlines staff after playing Words With Friends or a Bachelor producer who probably faked a Thanksgiving flight incident — as another type of communal watercooler moment. The latest correspondent reporting a darkly comic incident from the cramped confines of a commercial airline flight is Ryan Case, an Emmy-winning TV editor known for her work on Modern Family. Read
- THR Staff
The film focuses on a farm-worker, played by Lethal Weapon actor Glover, who travels from the Us to Mexico accompanied by a pig, with which he strikes up a type of friendship.
Bridesmaids actress Rudolph's role is not yet known, reports Variety.
The film is written by Luna and Augusto Mendoza, who worked together on Luna's previous project Abel. It will be produced by Canana, the Mexico City/La production house which Luna founded with Gael Garcia Bernal and Pablo Cruz.
Producer Cruz said: "Mr Pig is a beautiful road movie, and a chance to talk about love for Mexico through the eyes of an American.
"It has a Us appeal because of Danny and its English language. It obviously has a Mexican appeal because of Diego and other Mexican actors involved. »
Final Update, 3:30 Pm: Final grosses have been updated for the following films: The Equalizer, The Maze Runner, The Boxtrolls, Annabelle, Lucy, Hercules, Into the Storm, Let’s Be Cops, The Drop, If I Stay, The Dwarf, Boyhood, Get On Up, Sex Tape, horror films The Purge: Anarchy and As Above/So Below, 22 Jump Street, El Nino, Relatos Salvajes, Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends, and the big U.S. tentpoles Guardians of the Galaxy, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Also added are the thriller about hacking
2Nd Update, 6:37 Pm Pt: Despite the arrival of The Equalizer on 4,994 international screens, for a total take of $19M (including Village Roadshow markets), and the continued effort of The Maze Runner, this was a reasonably quiet overseas weekend whose initial estimates for the Top 10 studio releases are down about 15% on last frame. Those numbers don »
- Nancy Tartaglione
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