Producer, director and screenwriter Paul Bunnell talks about making his latest film, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, why it took years to complete, and the reasons he shot it using black and white film, among other topics.
Parker produced and directed the film Jake and Jasper: A Ferret Tale from a script by David B. Beleznay. It is the story of how a ferret helped a young boy through a tragic time in his life. For Jake and Jasper, Parker enlisted the aid of two other producers, 30 actors and 31 crew members, all of whom volunteered their time.
Taking an R-rated approach on the ages-old story of switching places, Mitch (Ryan Reynolds) and Dave (Jason Bateman) find themselves in each other's bodies after a drunken night out together. Good times, good times.
Jennifer Aniston will continue to be in bad movies (actually Bosses was pretty decent) and continue to promote them with the sexiest non-nude magazine covers in the business and I will continue to be her bitch until she retires with a huge stack of cash and I'm left broke, alone, and frustrated.
Oh. My. God. When actor Chris Evans steps out of a super-sizing contraption for the first time, there can be no doubt: Captain America now takes his place alongside Wolf Man, Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk as a movie...
When Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon created the sublimely ridiculous Reno 911 TV series in 2003, the show stood out as a masterpiece of raunchy surrealism funnier than nearly anything else on air at the time.
Want to know how to stop the cycle of abuse and prevent sequels from clogging up your local multiplex? Use your buying power to demand better movies. Want to know how? Read these easy-to-follow rules for sequel avoidance.