You better not hide, we've got the exclusive new poster for Universal's festive horror 'Better Watch Out' coming down your chimney.
After news broke this morning of famed film and TV actor John Heard’s death Friday, his former Home Alone co-star Daniel Stern took to Twitter to pay tribute to Heard, calling him “the coolest cat in New York City for about 10 straight years.” Stern, who in the note says he met Heard in the nascent stage of his career, wrote that it was Heard’s performance in Between the Lines that not only inspired him to do film but also taught him “HOW to be an actor in movies.” “John…
Us Brits are fairly traditional when it comes to Christmas movies. ‘Love, Actually’. 'Elf’. 'Santa Clause: The Movie’. Whatever latest festive abomination Vince Vaughn has delivered in his considerable sack.
To commemorate the silver anniversary, James Hughes, the son of producer of late writer-producer John Hughes, reunited with many of the cast and crew to put together an extensive oral history of the hit film for Chicago Magazine. Here are some of the highlights: Director Christopher Columbus got the job in part because he couldn’t stand Chevy Chase The first — and biggest — revelation comes from Christopher Columbus, who was then coming off a box office bomb with Heartbreak Hotel. He really needed a job, and was thrilled when ‘80s comedy master John Hughes sent him a script for the sequel Christmas Vacation. Columbus loved the screenplay, but was turned off by a series of meetings with star Chevy Chase.