While Hollywood is struggling with story ideas among failed remakes and sequels, there are 15 musicians who deserve its attention.
“Time waits for no one.” Unless you are Terrence Malick. ‘A Hidden Life’ shows why, and why you’ll enjoy the wait.
Some stories need to be told. Bob Dylan’s will be a page-turner and something Oscar will reward. (You heard it here first.)
One of Hollywood’s biggest mysteries has finally been explained: “Why is Tom Hanks usually the good guy?”
Even wrestlers aren’t strong enough to bring down their own demons. The Rock’s next movie will prove it.
College football is in the air, but it can be one your TV too. These are 10 of the top College Football films of all time.
When you see a movie open with “Based on a True Story,” how does it make you feel?
Who should play Boy George in his own biopic? You heard it right from the Chameleon’s mouth.
When you think of music biopics, one movie that should come up–and often doesn’t–is a masterpiece by Val Kilmer: “The Doors”
Ever had someone tell you a biopic was “spooky”? Well, this one qualifies more than you know.
Biopics. When making one, it’s always a good idea to consult the family for permission. Even Frodo knows that.
People need inspiration to create, even comic book artists and writers. Bet you didn’t know some of these characters were real people.
Fitting that the man who brought so many stories to the screen is finally getting his own.
In 2011, Adam Lambert arguably was asked to fill the largest shoes in the musical world when Roger Taylor and Brian May asked the ‘American Idol’ contestant…… Read more “Hiding in Plain Sight: Adam Lambert’s Cameo in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’”
Okay, maybe not. But there are many options to keep a guy in his 40s to keep a role in movies, right?