The Disaster Artist Directed by James Franco Screenplay by Scott Nestadter & Michael. H. Weber, based upon the book by Greg Sistero and Tom Bissell and the film The Room written and directed by Tommy Wiseau Starring James Franco, Dave Franco, Alison Brie, Seth Rogen Production companies Good Universe, New Line Distributed by A24 Release […]
Title: True Story Director: Rupert Goold Screenwriter: Michael Finkel (memoir), Rupert Goold (screenplay), and David Kajganich (screenplay) Principal Cast: James Franco, Jonah Hill, Felicity Jones, and Maria Dizzia Summary: When disgraced New York Times reporter Michael Finkel meets accused killer Christian Longo – who has taken on Finkel’s identity – his investigation morphs into a […]
Christmas day was set to be the release of slacker comedy darlings Seth Rogen and James Franco’s newest collaboration, The Interview. That is, until Sony pulled the film from theaters and cancelled all future press for it. In the grand tradition of Rogen/Franco comedies, two chill bros who are probably kinda stoned find themselves […]
WHEN: Thursday, December 18th @ 8pm WHERE: Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon HOW TO GET IN: If you want to see The Interview before North Korea retailiates and tries to get this movie crushed, simply check out the link under your city and take your chance at snagging some tickets before everyone else does! Make […]
WHEN: Thursday, December 18 @ 8:00pm WHERE: Salt Lake City HOW TO GET IN: If you want to see THE INTERVIEW before everyone else, especially North Korea then click on our Linky Link for a chance to snag some passes! Make sure you arrive EARLY the theater is overbooked to ensure full capacity. If you […]
Alright, if you want to see Homefront Advance Screening in Seattle we made it easy enough for you.
And you lucky folks can watch it anywhere thanks to the magic powers of the Internet. Warning, it pretty much reveals the outline of the film.
I don’t know how many of you really liked the old Planet of the Apes movies, I was partial to them, but never could understand the reason they were so liked. I’m really interested to see how this new movie will turn out though more than anything.
It’s the hosts.
All hopes for the live action version of Akira and that should include whatever hopes that I had at all for a real life version of an anime, have pretty much been thrown right out of the window.
James Franco, Danny McBride, Natalie Portman, and Zooey Deschanel star in the upcoming R-rated fantasy-comedy directed by David Gordon Green.