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Nudity on-screen is no new thing, obviously. Way back in 1934, Tarzan and His Mate engaged in a very lusty, full-on naked swim, which shocked Depression era audiences everywhere. But that’s the thing, nudity in movies is usually about sex. Not so when comedic actors do it. They use their un-yoga’d, un-tanned, non-waxed naked bodies as a tool for being funnier. Take Jason Segel in Finding Sarah Marshall. As his girlfriend dumped him, he stood a thousand percent nude — and limp – in his apartment (for what felt like hours), and we howled. When Frank the Tank (Will Ferrell) went streaking in Old School, his exposed full moon wasn’t about being hot, it was about being hilarious.
- Tia Williams
The Editor, by members of famed group Astron-6, and the final entry announced for this year's Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival, has a pretty new poster! This new poster was illustrated by London, UK based artist Graham Humphreys. It could be considered slightly Nsfw (Not Safe For Work), so be careful where you are looking at this. The following trio of posters were also created for the film by Humphreys and there are no mistaking the nudity on that last one of these below. Do mannequins count? Only if it was Kim Cattrall would I hope yes. Boom with the 80s film reference!!!We will have our dedicated team of reviewers running around The 6 during the festival so keep your eyes peeled...
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Click Here - Alternate Goonies Posters After years of war, the Federation and the Klingon empire find themselves on the brink of a peace summit when a Klingon ship is nearly destroyed by an apparent attack from the Enterprise. Both worlds brace for what may be their deadliest encounter. Actors: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Kim Cattrall, David Warner, James Doohan, Walter Koenig, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols and Screenwriters: Denny Martin Flinn, Lawrence Konner and Mark Rosenthal »
This fall, PBS is planning to release a new documentary that specifically chronicles the history of those born between 1946 and 1964. Titled American Masters: The Boomer List and created by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the documentary follows the tumultuous history of the post-World War II generation through first-hand accounts and interviews.
In our exclusive first-look trailer, watch Samuel L. Jackson, Kim Cattrall, John Leguizamo, David Lachapelle, Maria Shriver, Amy Tan, Eve Ensler, Tommy Hilfiger, and others comment on the triumphs and anxieties of their generation. The Boomer List will air Tuesday, September 23 at 9 p.m.
- Jackson McHenry
Lady Gaga wore a stand out gold outfit as she left the Jazz at Lincoln Centre in New York City, after performing a song with Tony Bennett. Gaga was an auction winner recently as well - a series of 'video portraits' of Lady Gaga raised over $1 million at auction over the weekend. Avant-garde director Robert Wilson showcased his '23 Video Portraits of Lady Gaga' series at his annual Watermill Center gala in the Hamptons at the weekend, and the controversial images - which included the 'Born this Way' singer as a beheaded John the Baptist and hanging tied-up and naked upside-down - were then sold off. Guests at the gala included Kim Cattrall, Jay McInerney, Philip Glass and Lisa Anastos, and as well as the Gaga-themed showcase, they also enjoyed an after-party featuring a woman singing opera from a hole in the ground, naked performance artists roaming through the »
Hugo Blick returns to television tonight with BBC Two's The Honourable Woman - a new eight-part thriller starring Maggie Gyllenhaal as Nessa Stein, the daughter of an arms dealer caught up in an international political crisis.
In his 25-plus years in the business, Blick has led a long, varied and deeply interesting career - penning some of British television's best and most ground-breaking comedies and dramas and even branching out into acting.
Digital Spy presents Blick's career highlights - from a surprising debut to his noirish masterpiece.
Even ardent fans of Blick's work might be surprised to learn that he made his screen debut not as a writer but an actor, portraying the younger version of Jack Nicholson's Napier - alias the Joker - in Tim Burton's gothic big-screen take on the Dark Knight.
Blick appears only briefly in the film, but with that broad, sinister grin and icy blue eyes, »
Emmy-nominated actor Meshach Taylor passed away on Saturday, June 28. The star of the hit '80s and '90s sitcom Designing Women, who played Anthony Bouvier, was on hospice care at his family's home in California after a long battle with cancer, TMZ reports. Taylor, who was 67 at the time of his passing, was also famous for his role as Hollywood Montrose in the 1987 cult classic film Mannequin with Kim Cattrall and Andrew McCarthy. He also had a recurring role on the Nickeldeon show Ned's Declassified [...] »
Directed by Bob Clark
Starring Dan Monahan, Mark Herrier, Wyatt Knight, Roger Wilson, Cyril O’Reilly, Tony Ganois, Kaki Hunter, Kim Cattrall, Nancy Parsons, Scott Colomby, Boyd Gaines, Doug McGrath, Chuck Mitchell and Alex Karras
Set in 1954, a group of Florida high schoolers seek out to help a buddy lose his virginity, which leads them to seek revenge on a sleazy nightclub owner and his redneck sheriff brother for harassing them.
Before Van Wilder, before American Pie, there was Porky’s. The “raunchy” sex comedy that delivered on one promise: if you went to see the movie, you would see boobs. It has held a legacy that is unrivalled with many comedy directors saying that this was the movie that made them want to get into filmmaking. It was lambasted by critics upon its release in 1982 for being too racy, but now 32 years on some people may »
- Luke Owen
Like a long-lost childhood friend returning after years in the wilderness, Kurt Russell is finally back on leading man duties in new heist caper The Art of the Steal. To celebrate the perennially-mulleted icon's return to the big screen, here's a look at five of his classic roles...
Elvis Presley - Elvis (1979)
Made just two years after the American icon's tragic demise and therefore placed under intense scrutiny by a still-devastated public, John Carpenter's TV movie Elvis managed to win over those suspicious minds with a terrific portrayal of the hip-shaking star by the Emmy-nominated Russell.
Such an iconic, identifiable, and effectively deified figure was never going to be a simple task to imitate - just look at the casting issues over Freddie Mercury in the planned biopic. It speaks volumes for Russell's versatility that he donned the blue suede shoes with such assurance to deliver a rousing performance »
Stars: Dan Monahan, Mark Herrier, Wyatt Knight, Roger Wilson, Cyril O’Reilly, Tony Ganios, Kaki Hunter, Kim Cattrall, Nancy Parsons, Boyd Gaines, Doug McGrath, Chuck Mitchell, Alex Karras | Written and Directed by Bob Clark
When we think of the rise of the teen sex comedy in the current movie generation the focus easily moves to American Pie and maybe even Superbad. The brashness and move against being controlled by the ratings system pushed the boundaries of what could be included on-screen. Looking back to the eighties though there was a movie that arguably created the blueprint from which these films would work from. That film was Bob Clark’s Porky’s.
Set in 1954 we see a group of high school kids from Florida, trying to find the best way to get their friend Pee-Wee (Dan Monahan) laid, and finally “lose his cherry”. With a few disastrous failures under their belt, »
- Paul Metcalf
Director: Bob Clark.
Running Time: 98 minutes.
First things first, although one of the earliest instances of a teen comedy, up until a few days ago I had never seen Porkys, meaning that my viewing for the Blu-Ray re-release was through fresh eyes from a member of a different generation. I understand that the film is seen as a pioneer of the teen comedy genre, with Porkys being the American Pie of the time; whilst it may once have been innovative, it personally left me cold.
Call me picky, but I like some plot to my films and Porky’S is exceptionally anemic in this section. It was just teenage boys being horny jokesters which, whilst amusing to some, just doesn’t »
- Kat Smith
In Don McKellar’s charming character-driven comedy, The Grand Seduction, a small Newfoundland fishing village facing hard times pulls out all the stops to find a town doctor needed to land a lucrative factory contract that would mean jobs for everyone. Long-time resident Murray French (Brendan Gleeson) comes up with a scheme to seduce a big city doctor (Taylor Kitsch) into staying after he arrives for his one month trial residence. Opening May 30th, the film is directed from a screenplay by Mike Dowse and Ken Scott and features a terrific cast that includes Gordon Pinsent, Mark Critch and Mary Walsh. In an exclusive interview, McKellar talked about the appeal of the script, what the cast brought to the film, the challenge of finding the right tone, how D.P. Doug Koch and Production Designer Guy Lalande drew on the amazing landscape to create the distinct look of the film, »
- Sheila Roberts
Michael Gottlieb, the writer and director of comedies like "Mannequin" and "Mr. Nanny," was killed in a motorcycle accident last Friday at the age of 69. Gottlieb began his career as a fashion photographer, moved into advertising, and later transitioned into a career as a producer, writer, and director. Gottlieb was also a professor at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design, where he taught screenwriting.
Michael Gottlieb's "Mannequin" starred Brat Packer Andrew McCarthy as an artist who falls in love with the fashion mannequin he created. Kim Cattrall, who'd previously appeared in "Porky's," "Police Academy," and "Big Trouble in Little China," co-starred as Emmy, the mannequin that occasionally returns to life to hang out with her new pal. Gottlieb's "Mr. Nanny" starred Hulk Hogan and former New York Doll David Johansen. He also directed the comedy "The Shrimp on the Barbie" under the pseudonym "Alan Smithee," and "A Kid in King Arthur's Court »
- Jenni Miller
Michael Gottlieb, best known for the 1987 film “Mannequin,” died in a motorcycle accident. He was 69. Gottlieb was killed in La Cañada Flintridge, Calif., on Friday, May 23, according to media reports. He was a writer, producer, and director, as well as a professor of film at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Gottlieb wrote and directed “Mannequin” in 1987, starring Andrew McCarthy and Kim Cattrall, which opened at number one at the box office. He followed that up with a sequel, “Mannequin 2: On the Move.” Gottlieb wrote the script for that film, though he did not »
- Jason Hughes
It only took one film for Michael Gottlieb to make his mark in Hollywood. The writer and director of the cult-classic comedy Mannequin, starring a pre-Sex and the City Kim Cattrall as the real-woman version of a department-store mannequin come to life, died May 23 of injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident, according to reports. He was 69. "Very sad," tweeted Andrew McCarthy, who starred as the lovable nerd who wished Cattrall's Mannequin into being. The accident occurred on the Angeles Crest Highway in nearby La Cañada Flintridge. Gottlieb was on his 2012 Ducati, riding behind a 2003 Toyota when he "crossed into opposing traffic in an attempt to pass [the »
Michael Gottlieb, who wrote and directed such big-screen comedies as Mannequin and Mr. Nanny, died Friday in a motorcycle accident on the Angeles Forest Highway north of La Canada Flintridge. He was 69. Gottlieb also produced several A-list video game titles from 1995 through 2005, including Midway Arcade Treasures 3; Fire Blade; Mortal Kombat: Special Forces; Muppet Monster Adventure; Paperboy; NBA Hang Time; Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero; and Mortal Kombat 4. In addition to his work on Mannequin (1987), which starred Andrew McCarthy and Kim Cattrall, and the Hulk Hogan-starring Mr. Nanny (1993), Gottlieb helmed The Shrimp on the
- Mike Barnes
While 80s movie fans await the inevitable news that Big Trouble in Little China will be either remade or rebooted as a franchise with a younger, handsomer Jack Burton, it was announced today that director John Carpenter is returning to the 1986 cult classic starring Kurt Russell, only this time in comic book form. That's right, ol' Jack Burton will live again in a series of all-new adventures featuring some of the movie's best characters. Coolest part is, it picks up with Jack's hideous hitchhiker as seen at the thrilling climax of the original movie, creating what is essentially a true sequel that takes place at Wang's wedding. In stores June 4th!
Here is the official press release and cover art gallery:
Big Trouble in Little China: Comic BookBig Trouble in Little China: Comic Book 1Big Trouble in Little China: Comic Book 2Big Trouble in Little China: Comic Book 3Big »
Fluffy 'find yourself' road movie Crossroads marked pop princess Britney Spears's first and (to date) last foray into film acting. Written by Grey's Anatomy and Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes and directed by Tamra Davis, it was released in 2002, shortly after Spears's third album, Britney, with three of the songs from that album ('I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman', 'Overprotected' and her cover version of 'I Love Rock 'n' Roll') featuring on the soundtrack.
Made for around $11m, Crossroads was a moderate box office success with a worldwide gross of around $61m. But the critics were not kind: the film ended up with a pitifully low 14% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is usually the sign of – not to put too fine a point on it – an out-and-out stinker. This, frankly, will not stand. Crossroads may be laden with clichés and there's no doubt that its cheese factor is high, »
Buffy and Gossip Girl star Michelle Trachtenberg gets her skates on as Casey, a brainy high schooler who combines her knowledge of physics with her passion for ice skating for a science project. But her mother (Joan Cusack) doesn't approve, and life isn't made any easier by the tough coach (Kim Cattrall) who drives Casey as hard as her own daughter (Hayden Panettiere). Adding a few neat spins to the traditional sports movie formula, this Disney yarn deserves high scores from all judges. »
Who needs a face to act? Michael Fassbender delivers a mesmerising portrayal of papier-mâché headed cult hero Frank Sidebottom in this loveably eccentric and poignant movie. It manages to encompass a vast array of themes dealing with old and new, light and dark, life and death, while never feeling convoluted and anything less than pure.
Inspired by The Men Who Stare At Goats author Jon Ronson's real-life experiences in Sidebottom's band, Frank is far from a biopic in story if not essence. The tale unfolds through the eyes of Jon Burroughs (Domhnall Gleeson), an impressionable young office drone who lands a spot in Frank's band as a keyboard player after the previous incumbent opts to drown himself in water rather than sound.
The process of artistic creation is amusingly explored »
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