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Stars: Al Pacino, Annette Bening, Jennifer Garner, Bobby Cannavale, Christopher Plummer, Katarina Cas, Giselle Eisenberg, Melissa Benoist, Josh Peck, Brian Smith, Scott Lawrence | Written and Directed by Dan Fogelman
It is fair to say that Al Pacino has made some questionable decisions as to what movies he has starred in recently. With Danny Collins though he reminds us just how charming he can be, in a movie about reclaiming lost life…. Inspired by a true story, Al Pacino plays Danny Collins an aging 1970s rocker who keeps himself going through the use of coke and alcohol. When his manager and best friend Frank (Christopher Plummer) uncovers a 40-year-old undelivered letter to Danny from John Lennon, it inspires Danny to look back on his life and to his roots. In visiting his home town though and seeking out his family, he may not like what he finds.
There is no doubt »
- Paul Metcalf
Texas-based independent distributors Well Go USA have released on Blu-ray Anthony O’Brien’s apocalyptic Western-thriller The Timber starring Josh Peck (Danny Collins, The Wackness), James Ransone (Sinister, Inside Man), Elisa Lasowski (Eastern Promises), Mark Caven (Maleficent) and David Bailie (Pirates of the Caribbean franchise).
Synopsis: 1898. Alaskan frontier. Two brothers, balanced on the knife’s edge between foreclosure and salvation, head deep into the wilderness in an attempt to execute a warrant in hopes of saving their home. Torn from their family, they face harsh elements, crazed men, and death at every corner in pursuit of the outlaw, a twisted man who has turned the Yukon Territory into his own personal hell. The Timber captures the mania, starvation, swindles, hardships, and dangers that were part of the late 19th century’s historic rush for gold. This is a story of greed, betrayal, and redemption in a place where bloodshed was »
- Tom Stockman
According to EW.com, Fonseca will guest-star as Frankie, a party girl Gerald meets at a nightclub with John Stamos’ Jimmy. But when the one-night stand begins to bloom into something more, Jimmy worries his son is falling for a bad girl.
Grandfathered airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on Fox; Fonseca’s first episode is slated for November. »
Can't wait for The Hateful Eight and Bone Tomahawk? Then we have the perfect movie for you to pass the time while you wait for these two Westerns to arrive in theaters later this year. The Timber makes it's debut on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD today, October 6th. We have an exciting, action-packed clip from this adventure. The film is directed by Anthony O'Brien and stars Josh Peck and James Ransone.
Set against the harsh backdrop of the 1898 Yukon, Josh Peck (Josh Peck) and James Ransone (James Ransone) are fighting to survive the harsh wintery landscape in this apocalyptic Western-thriller arriving from Well Go USA Entertainment. In the Wild West, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty in a desperate attempt to save their home. But what they find along the way is more than they bargained for. The Timber also stars Elisa Lasowski, Mark Caven and David Bailie. »
Nostalgia alert! Two Drake & Josh co-stars have just reunited. Josh Peck, who starred as one half of the show's fun-loving brother duo, recently shared an adorable selfie with Yvette Nicole Brown, who played Josh's take-no-prisoners manager at the movie theater he worked at. "Helen and Josh finally getting along. Love u @Ynb," Peck tweeted. For four seasons, Josh and Yvette's characters were often at each other's throats, so it's nice to see the two have put aside their onscreen squabbles for all those die-hard Drake & Josh fans out there. Since the Nickelodeon sitcom ended eight years ago, both celebs have gone on to lead hugely successful careers in »
Bob Saget will reunite with his “Full House” co-star John Stamos on the latter’s new comedy “Grandfathered,” Fox announced Wednesday. Saget will play Jimmy, the longtime best friend of Stamos’ character. The new sitcom follows Stamos as a middle-aged bachelor who discovers he not only has a son (Josh Peck), but that his son has a child of his own. Saget and Stamos appeared on “Full House” together for the show’s entire run. Saget also recently joined “Fuller House,” the Netflix reboot of ABC sitcom “Full House.” Stamos will star in and produce the show. Also Read: Ratings: 'The Grinder, »
- Joe Otterson
John Stamos has been on many TV shows over the years. Some ran for many seasons while others were cancelled pretty quickly. How will Fox's Grandfathered do in the ratings? Will it be renewed for a second season or, will it be cancelled instead? Stay tuned.
On Grandfathered, successful restaurateur and lothario Jimmy Martino (Stamos) has his world turned upside down when the son he never knew he had, twenty-something Gerald (Josh Peck), appears with his young daughter, Edie. Jimmy learns he's both a father and a grandfather in one day.The rest of the cast includes Paget Brewster, Christina Milian, Kelly Jenrette, and Ravi Patel.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes »
Oh television gods, you are too good to us. Tonight's a big night for handsome men, the people who love them, and the letter G, because it's the premiere of both Grandfathered, starring perpetual stunner John Stamos, and The Grinder, starring clearly-a-vampire Rob Lowe. It also helps that both shows are great, at least in our humble opinions. We ranked The Grinder at no. 7 and Grandfathered at no. 5 in our ranking of the best and worst new fall shows. Now, it's your turn to weigh in! Grandfathered stars Stamos as a lifelong bachelor who seems to have the perfect, responsibility-free life until he discovers in that he not only has a grown up son Gerald (Josh Peck), but also an »
I didn't write a review of Fox's "Grandfathered," but Fienberg and I discussed it on last week's podcast. Likable show, not super-funny in the pilot, but taking advantage of the charms of John Stamos, Josh Peck, and Paget Brewster. By the low standards of this fall's new network comedies, that's a winner. Now it's your turn. For those of you who tuned in tonight, what did you think? Did you find yourself liking Stamos playing instant dad and granddad? Did you prefer the action at the restaurant or with Peck, Brewster, and Christina Milian? And will you watch again? Have at it. »
- Alan Sepinwall
Don’t let John Stamos’ eight seasons on Full House fool you. His newest alter ego, Jimmy Martino, would recoil at the idea of singing Michelle Tanner a bedtime song, or serenading Rebecca Donaldson with “Forever” on her wedding day, or sleeping in a room that was wallpapered with pink bunnies.
As we learn in the series premiere of Grandfathered, which debuted on Fox Tuesday night, Jimmy is content to remain a bachelor forever. Thanks to an episode-opening montage in which Jimmy wines and dines Hollywood’s finest at the restaurant he owns, we quickly come to know our protagonist as a shallow, »
Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour)
TV show dates: September 29, 2015 -- present
Series status: Has not been cancelled
TV show description:
This sitcom follows a successful restaurateur and die-hard bachelor who must come to terms with the family he never knew he had.
Jimmy Martino (John Stamos) is both handsome and charming. Wooing the guests at his restaurant, he often claims he would give up the single life in a second in order to have a family.
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Ladies, we have four good reasons why you should tune in to Fox’s Tuesday night comedy lineup come Sept. 29 — especially if you were ever a teenage girl with a crush. Reasons one and two: The Grinder’s Rob Lowe (Sodapop Curtis! Billy Hicks! Sam Seaborn!) and Fred Savage (Kevin Arnold forevah!). Reasons three and four: Grandfathered’s John Stamos (Uncle Jesse!) and Josh Peck (the Josh half of Drake & Josh!). And here’s a fifth reason — both shows are multigenerational, laugh-out-loud treats that are, yes, fun for the whole family. Here, the gents talk about blending the old and the … Continue reading →
- Lori Acken
Looks like Grandfathered is bringing in Uncle Joey to help out. The new Fox comedy, which stars John Stamos as a 50-year-old, womanizing restaurateur, has booked the actor’s former Full House costar Dave Coulier for a guest spot. Per EW.com, Coulier will appear in an upcoming episode of Grandfathered as one of Sara’s (Paget Brewster) coworker’s patients. Coulier’s cameo will be the second Full House reunion that Grandfathered has staged, as Bob Saget makes a brief appearance as himself in the show’s pilot. All three actors will officially reunite in Netflix’s upcoming Fuller House, a revival that will have Stamos, Coulier, and Saget reprising their roles from the original ABC series. Part of Fox’s new Tuesday night lineup, Grandfathered focuses on Stamos’ Jimmy Martino, a 50-year-old bachelor seeking nothing but fame and success, who has his world upended when a son (played »
- Chris King
Looks like John Stamos’ Jimmy Martino may have a thing for redheads. The Astronaut Wives Club‘s Joanna Garcia Swisher is set to guest star on Stamos’ upcoming Fox comedy Grandfathered. EW.com first reported the casting news. The new series focuses on Stamos’ Jimmy, a successful restaurateur and man-about-town who is used to being the most suave, most handsome, and most single person in the room. But all that changes with the surprise appearance of Jimmy’s adult son, Gerald (Josh Peck) and his baby daughter, Edie, causing Jimmy to straight from single to grandfather in six seconds flat. Swisher will play Sloan, “a cute and bubbly girl who works in the admissions office at a prestigious, selective preschool that Jimmy is trying to get Edie into. Jimmy hooks up with her, causing complications with Edie’s preschool admission prospects.” As mentioned above, Garcia currently stars on ABC’s The Astronaut Wives Club, »
- Chris King
To clarify, this article and the ones similar to it are not reviews of this fall/midseason’s pilots (because pilots can change a lot between now and when they broadcast). These are just my first impressions of the not-for-air network pilots that I have been able to screen. I last wrote about Fox’s Scream Queens. Next up: Fox’s Grandfathered, which premieres on Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 8 p.m. The Premise: A 50-year-old bachelor, who seeks nothing but fame and success, has his world upended when a son and granddaughter he never knew existed show up at the restaurant he owns, making him reconsider if what’s really been missing from his life all along has been a family. The Cast: John Stamos (Full House) as Jimmy Martino, Paget Brewster (Community) as Sara, Josh Peck (The Mindy Project) as Gerald, Kelly Jenrette (Audrey) as Annelise, Ravi Patel (Super Fun Night) as Ravi, »
- Chris King
A new trailer has debuted for the western thriller The Timber, which is directed by Anthony O’Brien and stars Josh Peck, James Ransone, Elisa Lasowski, Mark Caven, William Gaunt and David Bailie. Take a look below…
In the wild west, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty: alive or dead, but what they find along the way is more than they bargained for.
The Timber is set for release on October 6th in the States.
- Gary Collinson
Set against the harsh backdrop of the 1898 Yukon, Josh Peck (Danny Collins, The Wackness) and James Ransone (Sinister, Inside Man) star in the apocalyptic Western-thriller The Timber, debuting on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD October 6 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Before you pick up this thriller in a few months, we have your first look at the exclusive trailer, that shows the unforgiving environment this story is set in. In the Outback's Wild West, two desperate brothers take a job as bounty hunters to save their home. But in The Timber, brutality and bloodshed is the law of the land.
In the Wild West, two brothers embark on a journey to collect a bounty in a desperate attempt to save their home: but what they find along the way is more than they bargained for. Balanced on the knife's edge between foreclosure and salvation, they head deep into the wilderness »
The Teen Choice Awards served its purpose for Fox, helping to promote new teen horror comedy Scream Queens, whose stat Lea Michele won an award; new comedy Grandfathered, whose viral young star Josh Peck co-hosted the event; and breakout drama Empire, which also won and was showcased with a music performance. Teen Choice Awards scored in its target demographic, ranking as the No. 1 program of the night in teens. In total viewers (2.8 million) and adults 18-49 (0.8), the… »
The 2015 Teen Choice Awards went down Sunday night on Fox, where A-list stars mingled with Internet sensations and faced off against each other for a few coveted surf boards! The ceremony was hosted by Ludacris, "Jane the Virgin's" Gina Rodriguez and Josh Peck and featured appearances from Britney Spears, Vin Diesel, Josh Hutcherson, Nina Dobrev, Lea Michele and many more. Keep reading for the 5 Can't-Miss Moments from the night! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
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