Matt Reeve’s upcoming DC project The Batman has recently found two of the three villains said to be in the film, and now the search for the final Gotham based criminal continues. After the announcement of Jonah Hill’s choice to pass on the film and the news of Paul Dano playing The Riddler, reports are […]
Newly-minted director Jonah Hill was able to do what many of us dream of, interviewing a favorite actor/actress. He was able to chat with Edie Falco, who he reveals as his favorite actress, for A24’s internal magazine. IndieWire has the exclusive interview, which is pretty great: Jonah Hill: Not to embarrass you, or make you feel weird. […]
Netflix‘s new dramedy series Maniac is receiving high praise for director Cary Joji Fukunaga (True Detective) and writer/showrunner Patrick Somerville‘s (The Leftovers) unique vision and stars Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) and Emma Stone‘s (La-La Land) award-winning turns as two strangers who keep finding each other throughout some unique situations. With the 10-episode limited […]
With the series premiering later this week, Netflix is intoducing us to “The Powers That Be” behind the streaming service’s new half-hour dramedy series Maniac from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) and Emma Stone (La-La Land) star as two strangers who meet – and keep meeting […]
Following up on the release of the official trailer in early August that gave us a “big picure” view of what the series was about, Netflix has released a new teaser entitled ‘Connection’ for Maniac, the streaming service’s new half-hour dramedy series from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) and Emma Stone (La-La Land) […]
Following up on the first teaser for the highly anticipated series that came out of last week’s Television Critics Association‘s (TCA) summer press event, Netflix has released the first official trailer for Maniac, the streaming service’s new 10-episode half-hour comedy series from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Jonah Hill (The Wolf […]
Netflix kept the announcement machine rolling along at this summer’s Television Critics Association‘s (TCA) with our first official teaser for Maniac, the streaming service’s new 10-episode half-hour comedy series from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Based on the original 2014 Norwegian series, the series stars Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) […]
The Netflix news machine keeps rolling along with our first official images from Maniac, the streaming service’s new 10-episode half-hour comedy series from director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective). Based on the original 2014 Norwegian series (which you can see the trailer for below), Maniac focuses on two strangers who find themselves caught up […]
When you’re a show like Maniac where the main character can create whatever fantasy world he wants in his mind, you have to go into it expecting every unexpected possible. A slimmed-down Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street) sporting long, braided hair in some kind form of pseudo-homage to Gary Oldman from True Romance […]
Rodney Rothman, who wrote 22 Jump Street and Grudge Match and a producer for Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, has been hired to write and possibly direct the female spinoff of 21 Jump Street as reported by Deadline Hollywood. The movie is about “two female cops who go undercover as students in some sort of […]
For a moment, it seemed Sony was on the brink of making a Men in Black/21 Jump Street crossover. All parties seemed game. But in recent months, the project took pause. And according to Jump Street co-star and producer Jonah Hill, the project is probably dead. “It’s too complicated,” he told the Toronto Sun (via […]
As part of a 48-hour-long live edition of The Movie Crypt podcast, which is hosted by filmmakers Adam Green (Hatchet) and Joe Lynch (Everly), there will be a reading of Christopher Columbus’ script for the Goonies. Participating in the reading will be Jonah Hill, Felicia Day, Joel David Moore, Michael Gladis and more. The reading begins at […]
The film is intended as a cautionary tale about the danger of the rush to judgement and "trial by media" in the era of the 24-hour news cycle.
Maybe it is the vulgarity in these films that make them so funny.
Warning: This video is a bit annoying.
It's not easy having more money than you know what to do with.
Who the heck are Jeremy and Anna?
We knew that Channing Tatum is playing Superman, but I think it’s news that Jonah Hill is Green Lantern and Cobie Smulders is Wonder Woman in Phil Lord and Chris Miller‘s Lego Movie. Other Lego characters will appear, but the DC characters can be announced today, and some others can’t be mentioned – seemingly ever […]
What can you say about a madcap comedy about the End Of Days that stars just about everyone? If you're Michael Moran, quite a bit. Apparently.
There might be some confusion, thanks to the all-styles blender that constitutes fashion today, but The Wolf of Wall Street is set in the 80s.