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The Blues Brothers battle it out in our latest “SNL” sketch showdown.
We pit the two best duos on “Saturday Night Live” against each other.
Tina Fey’s brings comedy back to school for a look at the real cost of a higher education.
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Sam Raimi brings audiences back to Oz for a colorful, family-friendly prequel adventure.
Jonathan Levine brings a popular story of zombie-human love to the big screen, and doesn’t shirk on the blood and guts.
“Bubba Ho-Tep” director Don Coscarelli offers up another weird, wild film likely to become a cult classic.
Article: “On The Road”: From Page To Screen
Director Walter Salles impressed audiences and critics alike with his 2004 film about a young Ernesto “Che” Guevara coming of age in South America, so when the Brazilian filmmaker was chosen to direct “On The Road” – the road-trip story by Jack Kerouac that defined counter-culture youth in the ’50s – it seemed like a…
Jack Kerouac’s groundbreaking 1957 novel On The Road defined a generation when it first hit shelves, and 50 years later the story of Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty’s wild journey across postwar America will finally make it to the big screen. While some have questioned whether Kerouac’s semi-autobiographical account of his travels with Neal Cassady…
With this week’s release of “On The Road,” the new film based on Jack Kerouac’s generation-defining novel, the work of the celebrated French-Canadian author regarded as one of the founders of the “Beat” generation has found its way into the spotlight once again. Directed by Walter Salles, the film is the latest in a long…
Peter Jackson’s prequel makes for a flawed but enjoyable return to the land of hobbits, dwarves, and wizards.
A new spin on Pa Kent and our first look at Zod are just some of the scenes worth calling out from the new “Man of Steel” trailer.
DC’s supernatural superhero might be the key to the small-screen’s next scary story.
From rampaging armor to The Mandarin’s debut, the new “Iron Man 3″ trailer has it all.
With Hollywood turning more of its attention to the world of graphic novels for inspiration, I’ll cast the spotlight on a cool comic book each week that has the potential to pack a theater or keep you glued to your television screens. At the end of some “Adapt This” columns, you’ll also find thoughts from…
In his new film, veteran actor Frank Langella plays an aging jewel thief whose life is being stolen away from him by the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. When his son buys him a robot butler, his annoyance with his new housemate gradually softens as he learns that the robot could make the perfect parter in…
Creators Alex Eckman-Lawn and Nick Tapalansky put a unique spin on the undead with lots of adaptation potential.
Restoration specialist Kurt Galvao explains how he gave “Little Shop” the apocalyptic finale it deserved.
Article: Frank Oz and Ellen Greene discuss feeding the need for “Little Shop of Horrors: The Director’s Cut”
“How can you top the destruction of the world?” said Greene.
Article: “Looper” review: Back to the Future
Rian Johnson’s time-travel adventure is everything a good sci-fi film should be… and then some.
Article: “Looper” director Rian Johnson talks time travel, genre-bending, and capturing the essence of Bruce Willis
“At the end of the day, if Joe feels like Bruce, it’s mostly because of his performance,” says Johnson.
Humanity’s last hope could also be a big win on the small screen.