Flawed Yet Still Very Enjoyable | Review of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ (film)

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children gives a tad more depth to the characters but lacks the connections the novel has. Continue reading Flawed Yet Still Very Enjoyable | Review of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ (film)

Anchorman 2 May Add Terence Stamp As A Rupert Murdoch-Type Media Mogul

By:  Eric Eisenberg Anchorman: The Legend Continues is happening. Adam McKay is directing based on a script he co-wrote with Will Ferrell; all of the major stars from the first movie, including Paul Rudd, Steve Carrell, David Koechner and Christina Applegate, are coming back; Kristen Wiig has signed on for role; and we know that there will musical numbers.But outside of that baseline information the highly anticipated … Continue reading Anchorman 2 May Add Terence Stamp As A Rupert Murdoch-Type Media Mogul

Michael Shannon Swears He Won’t Say ‘Kneel Before Zod’ In Man Of Steel

By: Sean O’Connell It’s General Zod’s most-famous line (at least, from the Superman movies): “Kneel before Zod!” Yet Michael Shannon, who’s playing the infamous villain in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel movie, spoils a bit of our Krypton fun by telling VH1 that he doesn’t say the line in the movie. (And man, does he look uncomfortable playing along with host Carrie Keagan’s brand of early-morning chat wackiness …) michael-shannon-reveals-some-man-of-steel-scoop.jhtml#id=1696753 … Continue reading Michael Shannon Swears He Won’t Say ‘Kneel Before Zod’ In Man Of Steel