Jane Fonda was part of the TCA summer press tour in Los Angeles today, and she happened to comment on the proposed 9 to 5 sequel that has been on-again-off-again. Back in February we reported (like most sites did) that there was a sequel in the works, with original 9 to 5 writer Patricia Resnick teaming with actress/writer Rashida Jones to pen a […]
We told you yesterday about the four-day Profiles In History auction happening, and day two kicked off this morning. The high ticket item from the early part of the bidding was a surprise: one of the signature space rifles from Barbarella. The smaller of two rifles being sold that were used by Jane Fonda‘s character in […]
This film probably won’t be up everyone’s cinematic alley, but Book Club has a truly amazing cast of fantastic actresses. I’m someone who grew up in the First Wives Club era — a film with an incredible group of women coming together amid hilarity and heartbreak. Book Club looks like it’s right on par with that. Touting such […]
There are few films that exist with the ferocious charm of 9 to 5, an ahead-of-its-time comedic farce tale of women in an office workplace. Still relevant today, the 1980 flick was launched into classic status with the help of an amazing cast and a catchy tune. Deadline reports that 20th Century Fox is speaking to […]
Beautiful and mysterious, Youth is never quite the movie you expect or the movie it seems to want to be. Set in a Swiss health resort, Michael Caine stars as a retired composer being courted by representatives of Her Majesty’s government to come back for one last concert. Rachel Weisz plays his daughter/assistant who, while […]
In the new film Youth, the characters played by Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel, Paul Dano and Jane Fonda are all know for one big success. While Caine’s character is a composer known for his “Simple Songs,” Dano’s character is known for playing a robot. Though asked about it often, the character is uncomfortable with that […]
A new poster for 'Lee Daniels' The Butler Based On The Washington Post Article A Butler Well Served By Wil Haygood'
A great anecdote, and a good look inside at what it's like to be nominated for, and then win, an Oscar.