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The Best of Clint Eastwood's Movies

24 October 2010 10:15 AM, PDT | Extra | See recent Extra news »

Clint Eastwood made his name as a movie star in spaghetti Westerns, such as "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," and as a badass in the "Dirty Harry" series, but as he got older, he became an Academy Awards darling as well, churning out award winners like "Unforgiven" and "Million Dollar Baby" year after year.

Now, he's poised once again to receive award season kudos for his thought provoking film "Hereafter," starring Matt Damon. »

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Tsr Exclusive: ‘Hereafter’ interview with Cécile De France

22 October 2010 2:29 PM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

Shrouded in a theater’s darkness and shadowed by the words “Matt Damon” on the film’s poster, Hereafter‘s biggest star is director Clint Eastwood. While Eastwood is not on-screen in the film, his directorial presence is very much apparent throughout the exploration of themes including the afterlife, the middle class, and mortality. The film is about three different people and their own interactions with the hereafter that may or may not be awaiting us.

I was able to talk to Cecile de France, an on-screen star in the film, about Hereafter. In the movie, she plays a French news reporter who sees mortality differently once she has a brush with death during a tsunami. To my delight (and surprise), de France shared the same enthusiasm I had when it came to discussing what it was like working with Eastwood, etc.

Talking with the actress about the film, our conversation clashed temporarily. »

- Nick Allen

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Sylvester Stallone & Robert De Niro Interested In ‘Grudge Match’

20 October 2010 6:44 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

The two most iconic boxers captured on celluloid may be teaming up for another fight in the ring.

Robert De Niro, who played Jake Lamotta in Martin Scorsese’s Raging Bull, and Sylvester Stallone, who brought Rocky Balboa to life, are interested in the Warners Bro. project Grudge Match. [Prod Weekly]

After writing the Sinbad vehicle First Kid, this boxing dramedy is the second feature from scribe Tim Kelleher. With a tone compared to Space Cowboys the film “revolves around retired boxers Billy “The Kid” McGuigan and Henry “Razor” Sharp, lifelong bitter rivals who are coaxed out of retirement and into the ring for one final grudge match — 50 years after their last title fight.”

With De Niro and Stallone seemingly joining any project that provides money, I could actually see this getting made. With the success of veteran reunions such as Wild Hogs and Red, the sheer idea of these two icons »

- Jordan Raup

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Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone Might Put on the Gloves for Grudge Match

20 October 2010 | The Daily BLAM! | See recent The Daily BLAM! news »

De Niro and Stallone have played two of the most iconic boxers ever to be portrayed on film: Jake Lamotta and Rocky Balboa respectively. The two actors may go head to head now in an upcoming Warner Bros. boxing film. The movie centers around two former boxers, Billy “The Kid” McGuigan and Henry “Razor” Sharp, who are bitter rivals. They get back into the ring to settle their differences one more time; 50 years after their last title fight. Grudge Match is written by Tim Kelleher who's primary writing work is in television comedy (In Living Color, The Arsenio Hall Show). The tone of Grudge Match is said to be similar to that of the Clint Eastwood and Tommy Lee Jones movie, Space Cowboys. Billy Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson are producing. Stallone and De Niro previously worked »

- Bryan Kritz

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Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone in Grudge Match Boxing Movie?

20 October 2010 4:13 AM, PDT | | See recent Worst Previews news »

Back in May, it was reported Warner Bros acquired a pitch by Tim Kelleher (First Kid, "In Living Color") for a boxing movie called "Grudge Match." Now comes word from Production Weekly that Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro are in talks to star as the film's two leads. Similar in tone to "Space Cowboys," the new movie revolves around retired boxers Billy "The Kid" McGuigan and Henry "Razor" Sharp, lifelong bitter rivals who are coaxed out of retirement and into the ring for one final grudge match -- 50 years after their last title fight. Kelleher was hired to write the script, which he probably already finished. "Grudge Match" is being produced by Bill Gerber (Gran Torino, Get Carter) and "Ghost Rider" director Mark Steven Johnson, who may end up helming the picture. If cast, Stallone and De Niro will re-team after starring together in James Mangold's 1997 "Copland." Both »

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Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro Might Go Head to Head in Tim Kelleher’s Grudge Match

19 October 2010 10:14 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro are rumored to go head to head in Tim Kelleher’s Grudge Match. According to Production Weekly, the project is housed at Warner Bros. Not much else is known about the project at this time — hell, IMDb just barely posted a space for it. But THR states the film is about two former boxers, Billy “The Kid” McGuigan and Henry “Razor” Sharp, who go into the ring for one final round against one another. The film will reportedly have a tone similar to that of Clint Eastwood’s Space Cowboys.

Kelleher has written for (among other things) the popular 90s television show In Living Color, and has directed one feature film, the aptly titled 1998 TV-movie The Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadelphia Phenomenon. Kelleher wrote the script to Grudge Match, which is produced by Billy Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson; no word on whether »

- Jeff Ames

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[Nyff] Clint Eastwood’s ‘Hereafter’ Press Conference

17 October 2010 7:08 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

This past weekend, Tfs contributor Raffi Asdourian and myself attended a press conference for the film Hereafter, which was the closing night film at the New York Film Festival. The film follows three parallel stories about three people who have been impacted by death and their own mortality in some way. In attendance at the press conference was director Clint Eastwood, screenwriter Peter Morgan, and actors Matt Damon, Cécile de France, and Bryce Dallas Howard. We have transcribed the full press conference below, all questions were asked by various members of the press:

[To Clint Eastwood and Peter Morgan] how did this project first come together?

Peter Morgan: I wrote this up a mountain… it’s unlike anything else I’ve ever written. It was the least schematic thing that I’ve ever done. I had read this book about a young woman in her early 30s who had lost her younger sister to cancer, »

- Kristen Coates

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Review: Red

15 October 2010 9:00 AM, PDT | Slackerwood | See recent Slackerwood news »


What could make audiences flock to a movie that rehashes plots from True Lies, The Whole Nine Yards, Mrs. and Mrs. Smith, and a dash of Space Cowboys just to name a few?  In the cast of Red, an all-star cast clearly in it for the fun of it.

Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is a retired CIA operative who's so incapable of adjusting to the quiet life. His only real relationship is with Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), a pension-fund agent at a call center in another state, who talks romance books with him. When his past life catches up with him, Frank runs for the help of his old friends, including Joe (Morgan Freeman) and the less-than-stable Marvin (John Malkovich). Their search for the truth leads them halfway around the country, chasing a conspiracy and shooting up several cities east of the Mississippi.

Chasing them around the country is CIA operative »

- Jenn Brown

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The debut of Thursty's Stinky B.O.: Red or Jackass 3D?

15 October 2010 1:18 AM, PDT | Corona's Coming Attractions | See recent Corona's Coming Attractions news »

The weekend approaches, and with it comes the initial post of our newest weekly column, Thursty’s Stinky B.O. (Let me take a parenthetical moment, here, to assure you that I emit an effluvium most pleasant, and that the titular B.O. stands for “Box Office.”)  I will be guiding you through the labyrinth of notable new releases every Thursday morning from this point forward, and will end each column by presenting you with the unique opportunity to humiliate me in front of Patrick, your fellow Coroners, and the rest of the webbed wide world.

There are two big releases this weekend, and both have a fair shot at landing inthe top spot.  The more likely of the two to do this is Jackass 3D, a movie with brand recognition that will benefit from higher ticket prices and the positive word of mouth its 3-D has generated.  Unlike Clash of the Titans »

- Thurston McQ

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Music in the movies: Clint Eastwood

30 August 2010 9:55 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

He’s one of Hollywood’s most recognisable stars, a respected director, and an accomplished musician, too. Glen salutes the finest scores of Clint Eastwood...

One of the most well respected actors and directors working today, Clint Eastwood has an enviable body of work to his credit. He is also quite vocal about his love of music, particularly jazz, which underpins much of directorial efforts, and country and western, which marked his debut album in 1959, Cowboy Favourites.

Whilst the album was far from a success, he has written a number of excellent pieces for films over the years including Honkytonk Man, City Heat, Heartbreak Ridge, A Perfect World, The Bridges Of Madison County, Qui, Absolute Power, True Crime, Space Cowboys, the piano compositions for In The Line Of Fire, and the excellent song that plays out during the credits of Gran Torino.

Having penned numerous songs to accompany projects over the years, »

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Red Trailer: Like Space Cowboys, But Spies

8 July 2010 10:36 AM, PDT | BestWeekEver | See recent BestWeekEver news »

Watch the Red (Retired Extremely Dangerous) Trailer: This is how the pitch meeting went: Remember Space Cowboys? No. No. No. Yes! Great! It’s Space Cowboys, but with ex-cia agents! Wait, no, I don’t remember Space Cowboys. You just said that you did. I was thinking about The Astronaut Farmer. (Disgusted silence) Anyway, the cast is Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Mary-Louise Parker and John Malkovich. Oh! Why didn’t you just say that? Plus it’s based on a comic book. And guns. Lots of guns. Here is 200 million dollars. Thank you! Freeze frame jumping in the air high fives »

- Sarah Walker

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The Men Are Back: ‘Men in Black III’ on horizon?

14 June 2010 12:43 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Nearly a decade-and-a-half ago, our eyes were opened to the real immigration issues the USA has been dealing with…. Space Aliens! Men In Black landed in theatres way back in 1997, chronicling the adventures of two MiB agents as they monitor and direct alien activity on earth as well as save the world from total destruction at the hands of a giant cockroach. If you haven’t seen the movie, yes, It’s that awesome. In fact, It was awesome enough to gross over $590 million at the box office. So awesome in fact, It spawned a sequel that premiered in 2002 which left the series at a dead stand-still, Until now.

Sony Pictures Inc., have announced that they will be producing another direct sequel to the series, Appropriately titled Mib:3, which will be directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. It has been confirmed that both Will Smith (Hancock, I Am Legend) and Tommy Lee Jones (Space Cowboys, »

- Aaron M.K.

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Baby boomer cinema: Hollywood's mid-life crisis

27 May 2010 1:29 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Baby boomers created modern Hollywood, and as they age they are going to cinemas in droves. So why are so few films made for them – and is it their fault?

Hollywood's elite aren't short of socialising options in the first quarter of each year, but on 16 February this year, the glitzy haze alighted on the Beverly Wilshire hotel. A month after the Golden Globes, three weeks before the Oscars, the stars were on full meet-and-greet for the Movies for Grownups gala, an event recognising film-making by the over-50s. Robert De Niro, Jeff Bridges and Morgan Freeman turned up to collect awards. There were unlikely guests from the do-not-go-gently camp: Juliette Lewis and Sean Penn. On stage, Penn got into the spirit of things: "If you really wanna feel old, Spicoli's turning 50 this August," he told the audience.

Thus Jeff Spicoli, Fast Times at Ridgemont High's eternal truant prince, »

- Phil Hoad

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Get Ready for 'Grumpy Old Boxers' in 'Grudge Match'

24 May 2010 2:33 PM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

As we know from Betty White's appearances in rom-coms and Snickers commercials, it's funny to see old people do and say things we don't expect from the elderly. Combine this with the box office success of The Bucket List and you've got a bit of the likely motivation behind Grudge Match, a boxing film in the works from Warner Bros. The Hollywood Reporter sees the project, about retired prizefighters called out for one final match, as being comparable to Space Cowboys, which did a similar thing with retired astronauts. The script was written by Tim Kelleher, an In Living Color vet whose only film writing credit is First Kid, which starred Sinbad as a boxer-turned-Secret Service agent. The film's producers include some guys familiar with working with old dudes: Gran Torino's Bill Gerber and Grumpy Old Men writer Mark Steven Johnson.

There isn't much to say about this »

- Christopher Campbell

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You Wanted It, You Got It - Old Man Boxing Match!

24 May 2010 1:05 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

I wonder if canes are allowed and if the ring will be wheelchair accessible. THR is reporting on Warner Brothers moving forward with a boxing story about two retired boxing rivals who have a rematch - 50 years after their last fight.Holy guacamole:Warners is getting into the ring with Tim Kelleher, picking up the scribe's pitch "Grudge Match." Billy Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson are producing. "Grudge," which seeks to evoke the tone of the 2000 Warners movie "Space Cowboys," revolves around retired boxers Billy "The Kid" McGuigan and Henry "Razor" Sharp, lifelong bitter rivals who are coaxed out of retirement and into the ring for one final grudge match -- 50 years after their last title fight. Kelleher is writing the screenplay.Sarah Schechter is overseeing for the studio.Kelleher, who just signed with Icm, is a veteran TV writer who worked on "In Living Color" and "The Arsenio Hall Show »

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Warner Bros. Preps a Grudge Match

24 May 2010 7:58 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Briefly: It isn't often that you hear that a film seeks to emulate the tone of the 2000 Clint Eastwood film Space Cowboys. A studio making a movie featuring characters who are over 25? Insanity! And yet here's Grudge Match, a writer's pitch that Warner Bros. bought and will develop as a feature. Tim Kelleher sold the idea to WB, says THR, and will write the script. His pitch "revolves around retired boxers Billy "The Kid" McGuigan and Henry "Razor" Sharp, lifelong bitter rivals who are coaxed out of retirement and into the ring for one final grudge match -- 50 years after their last title fight." Kelleher has written for In Living Color and The Arsenio Hall Show, but only has one feature under his belt: Sinbad's First Kid. Not exactly a classic, but because I love seeing a studio make a film about older characters that isn't (a) a »

- Russ Fischer

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Warner Ready For Grudge Match

24 May 2010 4:13 AM, PDT | Screenrush | See recent Screenrush news »

Warners has picked up Tim Kelleher's script for a film called Grudge Match, which will apparently be similar in tone to there 2000 effort, Space Cowboys.

Grudge Match will centre on two retired boxers, Billy "The Kid" McGuigan and Henry "Razor" Sharp, lifelong bitter rivals who are coaxed out of retirement and into the ring for one final grudge match - 50 years after their last title fight.

Kelleher is a veteran TV writer who worked on In Living Color and The Arsenio Hall Show and created the comedy .

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Grudge Match goes into production

23 May 2010 11:49 PM, PDT | TotalFilm | See recent TotalFilm news »

  Big fan of Space Cowboys? Want more flicks about old fuddies getting a second chance at excitement? Grudge Match could be just the film for you. No, it’s not another J-horror remake. Grudge Match is a drama that The Hollywood Reporter describe as seeking “to evoke the tone of the 2000 Warners movie Space Cowboys”, which followed a retired engineer who got to be an astronaut. Grudge Match is the story of retired boxers Billy ‘The Kid’ McGuigan and Henry ‘Razor’ Sharp (ahem), who were once...

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- Josh Winning

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Tim Kelleher Sells Grudge Match to Warner Bros.

23 May 2010 9:38 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Warner Bros. picks up Tim Kelleher's Grudge Match In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. has bought writer Tim Kelleher's pitch, Grudge Match.

Billy Gerber and Mark Steven Johnson are producing. Grudge Match is said to be similar to the Warner Bros. movie Space Cowboys (released in 2000).

The story focuses on retired fighters Billy "The Kid" McGuigan and Henry "Razor" Sharp. These two are "lifelong bitter rivals who are coaxed out of retirement and into the ring for one final grudge match -- 50 years after their last title fight."

Kelleher is also going to write the screenplay. »

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Warners Starting A Grudge Match

23 May 2010 9:30 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

With Disney already gearing up for robo-fighting tale Real Steel, boxing looks like it might become a new trend if Warners actually ends up making the new spec script Grudge Match that the studio has bought from Tim Kelleher.The story – which according to The Hollywood Reporter will blend the tone of Space Cowboys with the sweet science – sees a pair of retired pugilists who are tempted back into the ring for one last bout.Billy “The Kid” McGuigan and Henry “Razor” Sharp are lifelong rivals, but haven’t actually slipped on the gloves to fight each other since their last title fight – 50 years ago.Kelleher will write the script, but there’s no word on a director yet. Though Mark Steven Johnson is producing, so maybe he’s pondering the project as a future job. »

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