10 items from 2011
Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network, Zombieland) and Danny McBride (TV's Eastbound & Down, Pineapple Express) lead an all-star cast in the hilarious action-comedy 30 Minutes or Less, coming to Blu-ray and DVD November 29 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. From the director of Zombieland comes a whacky, action-comedy crime caper about a pizza delivery guy (Eisenberg) who is kidnapped by two inept criminals (McBride & Nick Swardson) and forced to rob a bank. 30 Minutes or Less also stars Nick Swardson (You Don't Mess with the Zohan, TV's Reno 911!) and Aziz Ansari (Funny People, TV's Parks and Recreation).
The special features on the DVD include deleted scenes, outtakes, and "Blowing Up with the Cast & Crew of 30 Minutes or Less" where the cast and crew discuss their experiences on set and behind the scenes. The Blu-ray Disc contains everything included on the DVD, plus a Picture-in-Picture Commentary track with Jesse Eisenberg, Danny McBride, Aziz Ansari, Nick Swardson »
Ally wore a black, neck plunging dress and walked the 'green' carpet only speaking a little while heading back and forth between the photographers and the rest of the cast. Ally played Mr. Yang for the USA Network series between 2009 and 2010, and joined them to celebrate.
John Hughes' 1985 The Breakfast Club is iconic. Many teen films have since reciprocated what Hughes portrayed in those five characters whether they were trying to or not. Many teen films have done extremely well since then so it was intriguing to know what Ally thought of them. When asked what film today resinated the most with teens and portrayed pop culture the best she simply stated, 'I like Mean Girls, personally. I like Mean Girls a lot. »
- Stephanie Webber
She's All That. One of the best teen films that catapulted such actors like Freddie Prinze Jr., Rachel Leigh Cook, Paul Walker, Anna Paquin and Dule Hill. Luckily, those Preston and Laney Boggs days quickly came to mind when Ology got to chat with Dule Hill recently.
Dule is very good friends with Freddie and Sarah Michelle Gellar and even attended their wedding in 2002. So with Sarah and her new Ringer show, Dule gave us his thoughts on his friend returning to the small screen.
"I love Sarah. Now I haven't gotten the chance to see her show yet but I'm definitely going to watch it now that we're done filming. And I hope it does well. I think she's a phenomenal actress and a great person and maybe one day she'll invite me to come be on her show."
A guest starring spot might actually work out if Gellar »
- Stephanie Webber
We hope you have a great day today, Rachael! Best known for her role as Laney in the 1999 romantic comedy, She's All That, Rachael Leigh Cook is still one of Hollywood's shining stars! We can't wait for her latest movies to be released next year! Get all the details at Astrology.com! Happy birthday, Rachael Leigh Cook! With your birth chart looking the way it does, it's no wonder you were just as believable as an edgy anti-drug campaigner on late 1990s TV as you were in the teen hit 'She's All That.' You're in for a raucous year ahead -- just don't forget to nurture your sensitive Pisces Moon when the outside world gets too loud for your delicate emotions. »
Eric McCormack had great success on NBC's Will & Grace but his TNT series called Trust Me only lasted one season. McCormack's coming back to cable with a new series called Perception. In this one, McCormack will play a neuroscientist who's still part of the legal process.
Perception won't debut until next summer and production has just gotten under way. Here's the press release from TNT:
TNT began production this week on its intriguing new original series Perception, starring Emmy® and Screen Actors Guild Award® winner Eric McCormack (Will & Grace, Who Is Clark Rockefeller?). The series about an eccentric neuroscientist who helps solve complex criminal cases also stars Rachael Leigh Cook (She's All That), Arjay Smith (The Day After Tomorrow) and Kelly Rowan (The O.C.). TNT has »
Just days after NBC confirmed Sean Hayes was heading back in front of the camera in a comedy for the network comes news that his "Will & Grace" co-star, Eric McCormack, has a new series in the works too.
The show centers around Eric, who plays Dr. Daniel Pierce, "a neuroscientist and professor recruited to help the federal government crack difficult cases," TNT said in a release.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
Carley salutes a comic book movie that might not have set the box office alight, but still deserves lots of love. It's Josie And The Pussycats...
It's fair to say we're in a renaissance of comic book heroes making it onto the big screen, with Batman, Spider-Man, Thor, Iron Man and many more taking centre stage at a cinema near you.
However, many moons ago, another comic book favourite made the leap to cinemas, Josie And The Pussycats, and although it flopped at the box office, it's come to be a bit of a cult favourite over the years and is proof that you don't have to have superpowers to entertain the pants off your audience.
The big topic of conversation around the AfterElton employee break room this week — other than snicks stinking up the microwave with his damn tuna melts — was: "What is your favorite guilty pleasure movie?"
Some of the responses we heard were surprising, giving a disturbing glimpse into the twisted dark souls of some of our writers. Meanwhile, some responses (like, you know, mine) just stand as excellent movie recommendations. We thought we'd round up all the various answers in this new feature we're trying out called "AfterElton Trending Topics."
But we don't want to just hear from the Ae writers. As you might have noticed, most of them are blowhards. In the comments, we'd love to hear from our readers too. What is the biggest guilty pleasure in your DVD collection?
From the staff...
Ok, so this is going to date me fairly precisely, but if I'm flipping through »
- Dennis Ayers
TNT has given the green light to Perception, an original drama series starring Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Award winner Eric McCormack (Will & Grace, Who Is Clark Rockefeller?). TNT has ordered 10 episodes of the new series, which centers on a neuroscientist who works to solve complex criminal cases. Also starring are Rachael Leigh Cook (She's All That), Arjay Smith (The Day After Tomorrow) and Kelly Rowan (The O.C.). Perception was created by executive producer Kenneth Biller (Smallville, Legend of the Seeker) and co-executive producer Mike Sussman (Star Trek: Voyager), with McCormack serving as producer. Alan Poul (Six Feet Under) directed and served as executive producer for the pilot. Produced by ABC Studios, Perception is expected to premiere on TNT in 2012.
In Perception, McCormack plays Dr. Geoffrey Pierce, an eccentric neuroscientist who uses his unique outlook and expertise to help the federal government crack difficult cases. Pierce's intimate knowledge of human »
The Sundance Film Festival kicks off this Thursday in Park City, Utah, which means film lovers are about to discover a whole bevy of indie flicks hoping to be the next "Little Miss Sunshine" or "Blue Valentine" or... "Twilight"?
One film on the Sundance docket that will surely catch the eye of bloodsucker-loving moviegoers is "Vampire," though upon closer inspection -- and a viewing of the below exclusive clip -- the film shares precious little in common with "http://moviesblog.mtv.com/tag/twilight/The Twilight Saga."
Kevin Zegers ("Gossip Girl," "Transamerica") stars as Simon, an average guy who's dedicated to three things: his teaching job, taking care of his apparently mentally imbalanced mother (unless there's a reason she has all those balloons strapped to her in the clip) and, you know, drinking blood. And so Simon trolls the Internet, looking for girls who are beautiful, shy and suicidal -- in other words, »
- Tom DiChiara
10 items from 2011
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