"The Sisters Brothers" spins a unique Western yarn                "Colette" is another period piece showcase for Kiera Knightley                John C. Reilly looks like a late breaking Academy Award player in the Trailer for "Stan & Ollie"                Brie Larson saves the day in the First Trailer for "Captain Marvel"                The Toronto International Film Festival boosts "Green Book" with its Top Prize                Updated Academy Award predictions for early September                "White Boy Rick" is a compelling character study and period piece                Taking a look at potential Best Supporting Actress contenders                Shane Black gives "The Predator" his signature clever spin                Venice Film Festival award winners include "The Favourite" and "Roma"                Taking a look at potential Best Supporting Actor contenders                Watch out for Ben Foster in Best Supporting Actor for "Leave No Trace"                "The Favourite" releases a new Trailer to build off of its positive festival buzz                "All About Nina" and "Fahrenheit 11/9": Films to look forward to in September                Trailer for "The Front Runner" and Buzz from Telluride suggest another Oscar player for Jason Reitman        

Tag Archives: T.J. Miller

“Deadpool” is one of the best superhero films to date

When I saw Deadpool at a press screening last week, I was expecting to like it. What I wasn’t expecting was to absolutely love it, wholly and fully. Deadpool is a character I’m indifferent to, but the way he was brought to the screen just made me fall in love[...]

Nominees for the Critics Choice Television Awards include “24: Live Another Day” and many more

Yesterday, the nominations for the 5th annual Critics Choice Television Awards were announced. The sister group to the Critics Choice Movie Awards, this is what could be looked at as a bit of an Emmy Awards precursor, if you will. I’m not exactly an expert when it comes to TV[...]

“How to Train Your Dragon 2”: What’s Up with the Awards Race

Directed by: Dean DeBlois Written by: Dean DeBlois Main Cast: Voices of Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Gerard Butler, America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson, Jonah Hill, Djimon Hounsou, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T.J. Miller, Kristen Wiig, and others Past Oscar relations: The first film in the franchise was nominated for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Score Here[...]

Jack Black takes his ‘Tiny Monsters’ to the tube

HollywoodNews.com: Jack Black is getting animated. His production shingle Electric Dynamite has landed its “Tiny Monsters” cartoon at Fox TV. The toon was written by Ali Rushfield (“In the Motherhood”) and centers on a click of mean chicks in junior high. Variety had the news. Executive producers include Black, Electric Dynamite[...]

“Dragon” sequel details released with DVD, Blu-ray on horizon

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: With DreamWorks Animation’s “How to Train Your Dragon” hitting shelves this Friday, Oct. 15, and the studio ramping up an awards campaign that it hopes will upset Pixar’s “Toy Story 3” in the race for an animation Oscar, today seemed like an opportune time to release details[...]

Jack Black charts hilarity in ‘Gulliver’s Travels’

HollywoodNews.com: Despite getting a so-so response at Comic-Con, Jack Black is excited about his upcoming December adventure comedy “Gulliver’s Travels.” The film is an updated adaptation of the classic book. Black plays Lemuel Gulliver. Emily Blunt portrays the Princess of Lilliputia and the buzz is that she steals all[...]

“Yogi Bear” goes from teaser poster to teaser trailer

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Yesterday it was a teaser poster (as well as an unexpected e-mail from a disgruntled reader). Today, “Yogi Bear” graduates to a full-on teaser trailer, complete with a brief introduction by Dan Aykroyd. Click over to Yahoo! Movies to view it for yourself. Now that we’ve seen footage,[...]

“Yogi Bear” teaser poster hits Web. Hide the picnic baskets.

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Did “Garfield” teach us nothing? Have the lessons of “Marmaduke” gone unnoticed? The tepid box-office figures for each ($75 and $32 million, respectively) suggest that the ticket-buying audience does not want its collective childhood destroyed by soulless Hollywood products meant to cash in on live-action nostalgia. And yet,[...]