9 items from 2015
This photo is bringing us back! Sarah Michelle Gellar reunited with "Cruel Intentions" costar Sean Patrick Thomas over the weekend, as they both attended the opening night performance of "Cruel Intentions: The Completely Unauthorized Musical" parody in Los Angeles. Gellar, who played the wicked Kathryn Merteuil in the '90s flick, and Thomas (Aka Kathryn's sometimes play-thing Ronald) joined the film's writer/director Roger Kumble at the Rockwell: Table & Stage for the big debut. Running through April, the show hits all the memorable moments from the film -- including that kiss -- against a soundtrack of '90s songs performed live. And Sarah definitely enjoyed herself! "#cruelintentionsthemusical was insanely good," she posted on Instagram after the premiere. "#KilledIt I absolutely ❤️ it #Rockwell #KatieStevens was amazing as #Kathryn and #constantinerousouli nailed #Sebastian. Seriously the entire cast was genius." The actress took time to mingle with the show's stars after and posed for the photo above. »
- tooFab Staff
Cue Counting Crows' "Colorblind" tune! Fans of the 1999 romance drama Cruel Intentions are allowed to officially freak out right about now, because Sarah Michelle Gellar just relived her Kathryn Merteuil days. The actress attended Cruel Intentions, the Unauthorized Musical Parody at L.A.'s Rockwell Table and Stage on Friday, April 10. Oh it's going down tonight #cruelintentionsthemusical #Rockwell A photo posted by Sarah Michelle (@sarahmgellar) on Apr 10, 2015 at 8:50pm Pdt Gellar reunited with her costar Sean Patrick Thomas (Ronald Clifford) and writer Roger Kumble for the special [...] »
A blast from the past keeps a close eye on a newly moved couple in The Gift, the directorial debut of Joel Edgerton, who also stars in the film alongside Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall, as shown in the film's first trailer. We also have a look at a new promo for Salem Season 2 and two clips from Scream Factory's upcoming Blu-ray release of Deep in the Darkness.
The Gift: "Can you really go through life having never wronged anyone? Even if you are unaware of how, or when, and even who you may have wronged....chances are there is someone out there who won't ever forget it...or you.
Simon (Jason Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca Hall) are a young married couple whose life is going just as planned until a chance encounter with an acquaintance from Simon's high school sends their world into a harrowing tailspin. Simon doesn't recognize Gordo (Joel Edgerton) at first, »
- Derek Anderson
On St. Patrick's Day everyone could be named Patrick! Because when you're drunk, it's just easy to use one nickname for every cutie in the bar. There are some sexy stars we'd like to honor this St. Patty's, though. Not because they're all Irish or all got their starts in Leprechaun films. It just seems as good a day as any to celebrate all the Hollywood hotties named "Patrick." There are quite a few! From McDreamy to Miley Cyrus' gorgeous beau, these are the Patricks we'd Love to share a green beer with! 1. Neil Patrick Harris: 2. Patrick Dempsey: 3. Patrick Wilson: 4. Sean Patrick Thomas: 5. Patrick Stewart: 6. »
Welcome to another horror/sci-fi round-up! This time around we have word of two big cast confirmations for Independence Day 2, details on Scream Factory's Deep in the Darkness Blu-ray / DVD release, and information on the new Blanc/Biehn Productions film, Treachery.
Independence Day 2: Last night it was revealed that the first official cast member had signed on to star in Roland Emmerich's Independence Day 2, the sequel to his 1996 film that featured massive alien-induced destruction and larger-than-life characters. It's now been confirmed that one of those characters will be coming back, as Emmerich tweeted last night that Jeff Goldblum will appear in the sequel, likely reprising his role as the brainy and dryly humorous David Levinson, who teamed up with fighter pilot Captain Steven Hiller to take down the mothership in the original film. Smith will not be coming back to reprise his role as Steven. »
- Derek Anderson
It's been over 10 years since we've last been to the Barbershop so you all know what that means. Yes, that's right people, it's time for another installment of the hit franchise starring Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainer. Get ready because we're heading back to the South Side of Chicago to cut some hair. While the complete details of Barbershop 3 are still being fashioned, word on the street is MGM is hiring The Best Man franchise director Malcolm D. Lee to helm the upcoming sequel. Of course we can count on seeing Cube and Cedric the Entertainer, both of whom, according to Deadline, are crafting deals to reprise their iconic roles of Calvin and Eddie, respectively. Whether or not we will see Terri (Eve) and Jimmy (Sean Patrick Thomas) rejoin the crew has yet been confirmed but due to their inclusion in the first two films, it's highly likely. »
Deals are reportedly quickly coming together for Ice Cube (Calvin Palmer) and Cedric the Entertainer (Eddie) to reprise their roles from the 2002 original and the 2004 sequel in which Cube will both star and produce.
It's unclear if previous film cast members like Sean Patrick Thomas (Jimmy), Eve (Terri), Troy Garity (Isaac), Michael Ealy (Ricky) and Leonard Earl Howze (Dinka) will reprise their roles for the sequel.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Malcolm D. Lee is finalizing a deal to direct Barbershop 3 for MGM, with the studio quickly putting together deals for Ice Cube (Calvin Palmer) and Cedric the Entertainer (Eddie) to reprise their roles from 2002's Barbershop and 2004's Barbershop 2: Back In Business. We reported in March of last year that MGM is moving forward with the sequel, with Ice Cube set to both star and produce.
The report from March revealed that the studio was seeking a screenwriter, but it isn't known if the script is currently being worked on. The original Barbershop was a surprise hit in 2002, taking in a healthy $75 million domestic from just a $15 million budget. The story followed Calvin and the wide-ranging characters that inhabit his Chicago barbershop. The 2004 sequel Barbershop 2: Back In Business earned $65 million domestic from a $30 million budget, and it also spawned the spinoff Beauty Shop starring Queen Latifah.
Aquaman finally gets his due in Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, out now from Warner Home Entertainment. In the latest installment in the new linked video continuity, all inspired by the uninspiring New 52 reality. As is fitting in a spotlight film like this, Aquaman’s origins are explored so we also get the tried and true enmity between Arthur Curry and Orm, the Ocean Master. There’s lots of shouting, fighting, fish, and Sturm und Drang but honestly, not a lot of warmth and emotion—much like the current source material.
Queen Atlanna (Sirena Irwin) rules over forgotten Atlantis which is about to be proven a real legend as it braces for war. The undersea kingdom is discovered when Cyborg (Sean Patrick Thomas) investigates a sub having gone missing. Upon discovering the existence of Atlantis, he summons the rest of the Justice League — Superman (Jerry O’Connell), Batman (Jason O »
- Robert Greenberger
9 items from 2015
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