February 22, 2017

Tag Archives: Danny Glover

Interview: Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Eva Mendes talk ‘The Other Guys’

By Sean O’Connell HollywoodNews.com: Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell. Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg? OK, so the “Saturday Night Live” veteran and the Oscar-nominated star of “The Departed” aren’t the first people you’d think to pair in an action vehicle. Unless, of course, you are Adam McKay,[...]

Jonathan Gold, Quincy Jones, and Paul Reubens are Los Angeles Film Festival’s 2010 Artists in Residence.

hollywoodnews.com: Each Artist will program a film in the Festival that has inspired his work, and then stick around for a conversation with the audience! Jonathan Gold: A conversation about food and film. Film Selection: Udon (2006, Japan) Directed by Katsuyuki Motohiro Udon is a high-spirited comic ode to the power of Japan’s[...]

Hollywood Movie Roundup: Give me “Kick-Ass” or give me “Death”

BY Kevin Crust You can put your 3D glasses away because for the first time in weeks a 2D movie should rule the box-office roost. Two modestly budgeted genre movies will duke it out for the top spot with “How to Train Your Dragon” a threat to slip back into second[...]

Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence upstaged in “Death at a Funeral”

BY SEAN O’CONNELL Death at a Funeral (**1/2 out of 4) Someone needs to get James Marsden his own comedy. He’s seriously funny. Sure, he showed glimpses of personality as variety show host Corny Collins in Adam Shankman’s “Hairspray.” And his Prince Edward helped make “Enchanted” feel … well, enchanted. But would[...]

Death of a Funeral: Cast and crew talk about bringing the remake to life

Ensemble comedies are always a mixed blessing: as many talented folks as the filmmakers recruit for their cast, there are always a few characters that you want to see explored a little bit more. Thankfully, at the junket for Death at a Funeral, a press event potentially as overstuffed as[...]

Danny Glover rallies stars against Hugo Boss for the Oscars

Danny Glover, in collaboration with labor union Workers United has sent out letters requesting Hollywood stars to deny wearing Hugo Boss for the Oscars. This is reply to the option for 400 Hugo Boss manufacturing workers losing their jobs in Clevelend if the company closes down the plant there. Glover[...]