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Watch the trailer for Back in the Day, which marks the feature directorial and writing debut of lead Michael Rosenbaum, Morena Baccarin, Danielle Bisutti, Liz Carey, Emma Caulfield, Sarah Colonna, Jay R. Ferguson, Mike Hagerty, Isaiah Mustafa, Kristoffer Polaha, Nick Swardson, and Harland Williams. In the film, Jim Owens (Michael Rosenbaum) is an aspiring actor in Hollywood whose only claim to fame is being the face of a series of insurance commercials. With his tail between his legs and not too excited about his future in Los Angeles, he decides to go back home to Indiana for his high school reunion. »
Smallville star Michael Rosenbaum steps behind the camera to make his feature directorial debut with Back in the Day. Screen Media Films has released the first trailer for this comedy, which follows a man (Michael Rosenbaum) who surprises his old friends at their high school reunion, bringing them together for one last party. Morena Baccarin, Nick Swardson, Harland Williams and Emma Caulfield co-star in this comedy, arriving in theaters February 7, 2014.
When Jim Owens makes a surprise visit to his high school reunion... all hell breaks loose. Hilarity ensues as he wrangles his now-married friends together for one last hurrah. Cruising the old strip, seeking vengeance on an old high school principal and nearly breaking up a wedding gets Jim into hot water with his friends and their wives
Michael Rosenbaum and the gang are taking a trip down memory lane in the all new side-splitting comedy Back In The Day, and because we like you, I guess we’ll let you see the poster. Check it out below!
Back In The Day is the first feature film written and directed by Rosenbaum. He also stars in the film alongside Morena Baccarin Harland Williams, Sarah Colonna, Nick Swardson and Isaiah Mustafa. The film was acquired by Screen Media Films in early October, and will be making it’s way to theaters on January 17, 2014. Can’t wait that long? Well, you are in luck! Back In The Day will release with an ultra VOD window on January 7, 2014.
Believe me guys… this is one film that you do not want to miss!
When Jim Owens makes a surprise visit to his high school reunion… all hell breaks loose. Hilarity ensues as »
- Melissa Howland
Screen Media Films has debuted, via Yahoo! Movies , the trailer for Michael Rosenbaum's Back in the Day . Best known for two very different portrayals of iconic DC Comics characters (Lex Luthor on "Smallville" and The Flash on "Justice League"), Rosenbaum here makes his feature film directorial debut from a script that he also wrote. Check out the trailer in the player below! When Jim Owens (Rosenbaum) makes a surprise visit to his high school reunion... all hell breaks loose. Hilarity ensues as he wrangles his now-married friends together for one last hurrah. Cruising the old strip, seeking vengeance on an old high school principal and nearly breaking up a wedding gets Jim into hot water with his friends and their wives. Morena Baccarin, Nick Swardson, »
Michael Rosenbaum is going ‘Back in the Day’ with a new exclusive poster for his upcoming comedy, which marks the feature film directorial and writing debuts for the ‘Smallville’ actor. The filmmaker also stars in the movie, alongside Morena Baccarin, Nick Swardson, Harland Williams, Emma Caulfield, Jay R. Ferguson, Sarah Colona, Liz Carey and Isaiah Mustafa. The film will be released on VOD on January 7, 2014, with the theatrical release to follow; exclusive theatrical engagements will begin in Indiana on January 10, with a national rollout to follow on January 17. ‘Back in the Day’ follows Jim Owens, played by Rosenbaum, a somewhat successful Hollywood actor who’s dealing with [ Read More ]
- Karen Benardello
Lets be honest, any meaningful actor without a full head of hair has a chance of being linked to the lead villain role in Zack Snyder’s untitled Man Of Steel sequel (possibly titled Batman Vs. Superman). A blockbuster that will see the Krytonian saviour take on or team up with the brooding Caped Crusader.
Most of the recent focus has either been on casting the inclusion of Batman (who as we now know will be played by Ben Affleck), his rumoured sidekick Nightwing or the lead female of Amazonian warrior Princess Wonder Women. All with many names attached. While the billionaire businessman with a penchant for making Kal-El’s life a misery has almost been forgotten about since both Mark Strong and Bryan Cranston were being talked up as potential favourites. Some even believing Cranston had signed a muti-picture deal.
Following the recent live event in which director Snyder »
- Craig Hunter
One of the many questions raised by Zack Snyder’s Man Of Steel sequel Batman Vs Superman is who will the villain of the film be?. Many have assumed that Lex Luthor may make his cinematic return and become the primary antagonist of the piece however it is only now that Snyder has hinted at this being the case.
With the abundance of rumours surrounding possible appearances of characters such as Wonder Woman and Nightwing, fans have been left wondering who will take on these characters as the villain. Lex Luthor has been previously played by Gene Hackman (Superman The Movie) and Kevin Spacey (Superman Returns) which was the characters last appearance on the big screen. This of course not forgetting Michael Rosenbaum’s acclaimed take on the character in televisions Smallville that ran from 2001 to 2011.
Now Luthor may finally make his return to the silver screen in Batman Vs »
- Ben Read
There's nothing quite like a good cameo - that moment in a movie where someone you totally didn't expect to be in the movie suddenly pops up on screen. We've seen a plethora of awesome ones over the years in the horror genre, from Hulk Hogan leaping out of the wrestling ring and into Gremlins 2 to Bill Murray's hilarious surprise appearance in Zombieland... to name just a couple of the more memorable ones.
But it's not actor cameos we're here to talk about today – it’s director cameos. More specifically, those moments where filmmakers moved from behind the camera to in front of the camera, and inserted themselves into their own horror flicks. Here are ten examples of this type of cameo!
Alfred Hitchcock is and will forever be the reigning king of the cameo – having cast himself in small blink-and-you’ll-miss-‘em moments »
- John Squires
Dallas Fan Days 2013 unleashed thousands of fanboys and girls upon the Irving Convention Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th. This year's event seemed to further spread out its pop culture reach by including guests from TV shows and movies far outside of the Star Wars and Star Trek realm it's been known for in the past. Enthusiasts of anything from Harry Potter to Firefly and Hellboy could find someone or something to get excited about.
All the question and answer panels with the attending media and artist guests were well attended. Fans of Ron Perlman, Robert Patrick, Jamie Bamber, Katee Sackoff, Neal Adams, and others were thrilled to get a chance to personally ask them about their careers and lives. Each one took the time on stage and at their individual booths to meet and greet their admirers.
The highlight of the weekend had to be the combined panel »
- email@example.com (Eric Shirey)
Screen Media Films President Suzanne Blech announced the acquisition of worldwide rights to Michael Rosenbaum’s raunchy comedy Back In The Day and will release the film in theaters on February 7, 2014 with an ultra VOD window on January 7, 2014. This marks Rosenbaum’s feature film directorial debut that he also wrote and stars in along with Morena Baccarin, Nick Swardson, Harland Williams, Sarah Colonna, and Isaiah Mustafa.
“We have followed Michael Rosenbaum’s career with great interest over the years and we are thrilled to be working with him on his directorial debut,” said Blech about the acquisition. “This film is the perfect mix of funny, crazy, and endearing all rolled into one.”
“I couldn’t be more excited to have Screen Media releasing Back In The Day,” said Rosenbaum. “It’s truly awesome to see their passion in getting the movie out there and seen by a wider audience. The »
- Michelle McCue
Screen Media has acquired worldwide rights to Michael Rosenbaum's raunchy new comedy "Back in the Day." The company plans to release it on VOD January 7, 2014, followed by a theatrical bow February 7. The comedy marks the feature directorial debut for the "Smallville" actor. "We have followed Michael Rosenbaum’s career with great interest over the years and we are thrilled to be working with him on his directorial debut," said Screen Media Films President Suzanne Blech about the acquisition. “This film is the perfect mix of funny, crazy, and endearing all rolled into one.”Here's the synopsis per Screen Media: When Jim Owens makes a surprise visit to his high school reunion... all hell breaks loose. Hilarity ensues as he wrangles his now-married friends together for one last hurrah. Cruising the old strip, seeking vengeance on an old high school principal and nearly breaking up a wedding gets Jim into »
The distributor has set an ultra VOD launch for January 7 2014 followed by theatrical roll-out on February 7 2014.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
October can mean only one thing in the Dallas, TX area for thousands of comic book, movie, and TV fans. It's time for the annual Dallas Fan Days event at the Irving Convention Center. Every year the geek gathering continues to grow with an ever-increasing variety of comic book writers and artists and media celebrities. 2013 looks to top all the past years and raise the bar for local conventions across all genres.
Dallas Fan Days once catered strictly to Star Wars and Star Trek fans. However, it continues to broaden its horizons by featuring guests this year from movies and TV shows like Arrow, Hellboy, Pacific Rim, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Friday the 13th, The Walking Dead, and Napoleon Dynamite to name a few. It's a guarantee that there's someone for any enthusiast of every genre to meet or see.
There are way too many guests to go into detail for each of them. »
- email@example.com (Eric Shirey)
Coming up in the first weekend of October, the 4th -6th, is the return of Fan Days, presented by Dallas Comic Con! The guest line-up covers the whole gamut of popular sci-fi/fantasy genre, featuring Hellboy himself, Ron Perlman, Torchwood and Arrow’s John Barrowman, Harry Potter’s Tom Felton, Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun, Defiance’s Grant Bowler and Stephanie Leonidas, Star Wars’ Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, and Tom Kane, Battlestar Galactica’s Katee Sackhoff and Jamie Bamber, Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito and Charles Baker, Smallville’s Michael Rosenbaum, Green ranger Jason David Frank, comic legend Neal Adams, legendary artist Simon Bisley, horror artist icon Bernie Wrightson, 30 Days of Night writer Steve Niles, FaceOff artist Rj Haddy, and so many more!
Make sure you can get in to see your fave stars, artists, and creators and buy your tickets online by Monday, September 30, 2013 to guarantee pre-registration for your admission tickets. »
- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
A horror movie has limitless possibilities: to scare, to disgust, to startle, to amaze, and even to get you laid. The horror genre has long been a staple of the classic movie date night, precisely because it gives you ample time to cuddle up to your startled date, as they are frightened right into your arms. They feel safe with you, and obviously, human contact is a good thing. Also, if you’ve seen the movies a few time, you’ll be ready for the crazy bits, and will look all the more brave for it.
But how scary is too scary, and what kind of movie should you choose? Do you go classic with Jaws or John Carpenter’s The Thing, or do you go new newer with Paranormal Activity or Insidious? Whatever you do, don’t choose Saw. I’d also stray away from American Psycho, since I »
- Andy Greene
Chicago – Last month’s 2013 version of the Wizard World Comic Con in Chicago was a memorable event, with appearances of Marvel Comic’s legend Stan Lee, favorites from the new Star Trek movies, ‘The Man of Steel,’ ‘Napoleon Dynamite’ and TV’s ‘Homeland,’ ‘The Walking Dead’ ‘Heroes’ and ‘Hawaii Five-0.’ HollywoodChicago.com was there to capture Exclusive Portraits.
The Wizard World Comic Con is a yearly event in Chicago, but also has upcoming 2013 events in Columbus, Ohio (September 20-21-22), Nashville, Tennessee (October 18-19-20) and Austin, Texas (November 22-23-24). In 2014, the Wizard World Comic Con expands by seven for a total of 15 events. Click here for details regarding all things Wizard World Comic Con, including celebrity autograph/photo opportunities, comic creators meet-and-greet and their huge vendor market.
Photographer Joe Arce of HollywoodChicago.com took »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
If I had to name one thing that kills off any good teen drama, it would be college. And that’s just where The Vampire Diaries is going in season 5.
As if losing Klaus (Joseph Morgan) wasn’t bad enough. Now, we’ll have to see Team Mystic go through the same vampire feeding problems just on a larger scale. I hated when the characters grew up on Saved by the Bell and 90210. Then, I screamed “bloody murder” when Clark went off to college for that interim season of Smallville that we all have wiped from our minds. And, now I’m gritting my teeth… hoping… no… praying… that The Vampire Diaries doesn’t »
- Bags Hooper
With Bryan Cranston recently shooting down rampant rumors that he is going to play Lex Luthor in the upcoming sequel to Man of Steel, I decided to morph past actors who have played Superman's arch-nemesis into one.
Inspired by the face morphs of Bruce Wayne and James Bond that we previously featured on the site, I tried to morph All of the actors who have played Lex in live-action television or film. Sadly, I was unable to find high resolution enough photos for Lyle Talbot (Atom Man vs. Superman), or Sherman Howard and Scott Wells from The Adventures of Superboy series. I'm admittedly still a bit of a photoshop novice, so working in their features while maintaining a sense of photorealism proved too difficult.
Below the pic is a breakdown of actors I was able to include and what part of Lex's face they are. When covering up the other parts of the face, »
- Eli Reyes
For some time now the interweb has been bustling with nerdy desire to see Bryan Cranston reveal the shiny sheen of his head once more as Lex Luthor. It’s probably because he’s a convincing actor and he’s recently been seen rocking the bald look. The Breaking Bad star has a wealth of experience now in playing the sinister mastermind, but also of exposing the humanity in that character, something that could prove rewarding in a new big screen version of Luthor. The other versions of the character we’ve seen in Hackman, Spacey and Smallville’s rather wooden Michael Rosenbaum, have all lacked a certain dimension that may finally be found. Something thats more complex and less monochromatically evil. Lex Luthor is human after all and you have to wonder if he be such a meanie if he’d kept a full head of hair.
DC or »
- James Byiers
The trailer features both Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and Affleck alongside Henry Cavill. It’s mostly awesome because of Cranston; the editor chose the right villainous clips from Cranston’s Breaking Bad performance as Walter White. While some Smallville lovers are adamantly lobbying to see Michael Rosenbaum reprise his role as Lex Luthor, many Bb fans are anxious to see Cranston take on the role.
By the way, this video is fan made, but the quality and thought that went into this trailer gives you a taste of what Man of Steel 2 could be. I especially did my touchdown dance when Cranston says, “Maybe he flew too close to the sun.” Perfect.
Check out the video below: »
- Bags Hooper
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