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Director Jon Turteltaub is wanted for the sequel alongside the original cast.
The film will see the four friends return to their old stomping ground in Brooklyn.
They find that their childhood home has changed greatly over the decades.
Read our Last Vegas review - De Niro, Douglas, Freeman are geriatric pack
David Diamond and David Weissman have signed on to write the script, with Last Vegas director Jon Turteltaub also expected to be back at the helm. The story will center on the four main characters returning to their hometown of Brooklyn, as they discover just how much the neighborhood has changed.
Laurence Mark and Amy Baer will return to produce the comedy sequel, although it isn't known when production may begin. David Diamond and David Weissman's writing credits include The Family Man, Evolution, Old Dogs and When in Rome.
Last Vegas, which was written by Dan Fogelman, pulled in a respectable $134 million worldwide during its theatrical run last year, including $63.9 million domestic, from just a $28 million production budget.
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CBS Films is moving forward with a Last Vegas sequel. The 2013 Jon Turtletaub-directed comedy was a modest box office success last year, pulling in $134 million at the worldwide box office on a budget of just $28 million. The cast was led by Robert De Niro, Kevin Kline, Morgan Freeman, and Michael Douglas in what was pitched as “The Hangover with old people”. Deadline reports that David Diamond and David Weissman, whose resume includes The Family Man and Old Dogs, have been set to pen the script for the follow-up, taking over from the first film’s writer Dan Fogelman. The plan is to bring Turtletaub and the entire main cast back, as the story will see the characters returning to their old stomping grounds in Brooklyn. When they arrive, however, they discover that their home turf has changed significantly. CBS Films is said to be moving “aggressively” on the Last Vegas sequel, »
- Adam Chitwood
Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: July 22, 2014
Price: DVD $19.98, Blu-ray $19.99
Williams plays overly bitter man Henry Altmann, whose anger really kicks into gear when he learns from a doctor (Mila Kunis, Ted) that he has a brain aneurysm and has only 90 minutes to live. This news kicks the curmudgeonly Altman into motion, and he sets out to reconcile with his wife, brother and friends in the short time he believes he has left.
Co-starring Peter Dinklage (TV’s Game of Thrones) and Melissa Leo (Flight) and directed by Phil Alden Robinson (who hasn’t helmed a film since 2002’s The Sum of All Fears), the R-rated Angriest Man In Brooklyn opened to lot of negative reviews upon it limited theatrical rollout in May. »
One of our favorite web series over the last few years has been Old Dogs & New Tricks, which features the “Gay Men Of A Certain Age” Brad, Muscles, Ross, and Nathan, as they make their journey through the dating world of West Hollywood.
We had the pleasure of presenting Seasons One & Two, and while we eagerly await what Season Three has to offer, here’s something to tide us over. “WeHo Horror Story” takes place two months after the Season Two finale … on Halloween.
Take a look!
Glee star Chris Colfer has already written a feature film, a children’s book series, and a Disney Channel pilot, so it seemed only natural that the budding scribe would be tapped by the forces that Glee to write an episode for the musical series.
“Old Dogs, New Tricks,” the penultimate episode in Glee’s fifth season, marks Colfer’s first time stepping into the writers’ room, which posed its own set of challenges and intimidating factors for the young star. In anticipation of the episode (airing tonight at 8 p.m. on Fox), Colfer spoke with EW about the episode, »
- Marc Snetiker
The Broadway box office dropped $2.5 million after the tony Awards snubbed several major stars and their shows. Still, there are bright spots, like Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which was already selling nearly capacity and is now selling out, jumping $267,957 over the pre-Tony week.
In the marriage equality trial in Idaho, the state mainly trotted out the line about children needing a mother and a father and the purpose of marriage being procreation, but the judge wasn’t having it, saying when straight people apply for a marriage license ““They don’t have to submit anything to prove that they intend to have children.” The state also said that all ten of the marriage equality cases since Windsor have been decided wrongly, saying that rather than deferring to »
- Ed Kennedy
Kirk Cameron took a detour on his normal route to bashing gays, blaming current church leaders and straights for ruining marriage. “When people get too focused on redefining marriage, you’re distracted from the bigger problem — fornicators and adulterers. If the people sitting in the pews are fornicators and adulterers, the church will destroy marriages much more quickly than those outside the church. When God’s people mock marriage, God doesn’t take that lightly. The church isn’t taking God’s definition of marriage seriously. It’s not other people sabotaging marriage that’s the problem.”
A second sexual assault lawsuit has been filed against Bryan Singer, this time also naming singer and producer Gary Goddard. The anonymous plaintiff says that the incidents began online with Goddard when »
- Ed Kennedy
From a talent point of view, WWE is in a period of transition. Its main show, Wrestlemania, is on the horizon, and for the past four-to-five years, WWE has had to rely on part-time wrestlers to sell its biggest show of the year. However, attractions like The Rock, The Undertaker, Triple H, Brock Lesnar, and Batista aren’t going to be around forever. Old dogs like Big Show, Rey Mysterio, Mark Henry and Kane are on their last legs (almost literally with Rey). The company may have had its next version of Stone Cold Steve Austin in Cm Punk, but if he hadn’t quit the company a couple weeks ago, all signs pointed to Punk not re-signing with the company when his contract was up this June. Even its main stars, John Cena and Randy Orton, have »
Birthday shoutouts go to Josh Brolin (above), who is 46, Christina Ricci is 34, Chynna Phillips is 46, Joanna Kerns is 61, and Arsenio Hall is 58. Plus a very special belated Birthday to Tbl reader hbeach!
Lady Gaga Films Music Video Project With Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Cast. Um … what?
Kentucky ban on gay marriages from other states struck down by federal judge
Comedy legend Sid Caesar has passed away at the age of 91.
Brian Boitano: My U.S. Olympic Delegation Story
Could a Firefly “limited series reboot” be possible? Maybe! But probably not.
Play nice, boys.
I'm so proud of @RealHughJackman for hosting this year's Tony Awards and for calling me an hour ago to say, 'Suck it!'
— Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) February 11, 2014
Speaking of, here are some highlights from »
Review Kaci Ferrell 22 Jan 2014 - 07:44
Being Human (USA) delivers a twist-filled episode. Here's Kaci's review...
This review contains spoilers.
4.2 That Time Of The Month
This week on Being Human USA...Twist.
We open where we left off last week: Suzanna, on the porch in front of a stunned Aidan. He stares at her, taking in that this is really happening. It says so much about Aidan's messed-up life that, faced with this seemingly improbable event, the first words out of his mouth are not, "How? Why?" Instead, he invites her in because Aidan Waite has manners thank you very much and when one's wife comes back from the dead one does not allow a lady to stand outside in the hot sun. That would be rude. But then the "how" gets answered for him: Suzanna can't come in because she's a vampire. And if you even have to wonder »
Review Kaci Ferrell 14 Jan 2014 - 07:41
Being Human (USA) hits the ground running in its season four opener. Here's Kaci's review...
This review contains spoilers.
First things first: Aidan and Nora are friends again! After their fall out last season, it made me really happy to see the two people who care about Josh the most come together to take care of him in his, uh, "time of need." That time of need happens to be every day of the month except the full moon — which is the only time he's human. He rehumanizes thirty minutes before Nora wolfs out, which means they really only have half an hour per month to be together. Happy honeymoon, right?
After Nora has to leave for her turn, »
[This is a review of the Being Human season 4 premiere. There will be Spoilers.]
Being Human‘s fourth season premiere (‘Old Dogs, New Tricks’) picks-up three months after the events of the season 3 finale (despite the nine month real-time gap between episodes) with Aidan (Sam Witwer) and Nora (Kristen Hager) running through the woods from a wolfed out Josh (Sam Huntington) while Sally (Meaghan Rath) is trapped in some kind of purgatory spa. The two sequences are far from the dreary Boston apartment and the show’s other familiar locales, but while the surroundings are a bit different, the episode doesn’t take long to snip some of last season’s remaining plot threads while pulling out a few new ones.
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- Jason Tabrys
"Being Human" returns to Syfy tonight with Episode 4.01, "Old Dogs, New Tricks," and we have a clip along with a reminder about the Live Google+ Hangout taking place before and after the season premiere.
About the Google+ Hangout
Syfy and Google+ are teaming up to present the ultimate "Being Human" fan experience, a "Being Human Google+ Hangout" live from Google’s studios in NYC. The Hangout will take place Monday, January 13, from 8:30 to 10:30 Pm Et to celebrate the hit show’s Season 4 premiere.
Fans will have »
- Debi Moore
Madame Tussauds in Hollywood unveils its Hugh Jackman
EW has the clip of Misty meeting Stevie Nicks on tonight’s Coven. I would probably have the same reaction … plus crap myself.
Utah won’t recognize gay marriages performed before stay. They better be ready to pay out.
Russell Tovey is happy to play gay.
Own’s The Haves and The Have Nots returned for Season Two, and was the third highest rated program in the network history.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from »
15 items from 2014
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