Ohmahgahd! (Say it like Vinnie Barbarino)
You just can’t whip it out and wiggle it at people like in the good old days.
Look who’s talking.
Gotti deserves better than this. Oh wait, no he doesn’t.
You made the list, gentlemen. Congratulations!
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Stallone. Statham. Travolta. Schwarzenegger. Van Damme. Willis. Chuck Mother#@ing Norris.
Pacino as a gangster? I can’t imagine.
For a project that is trying to shake the image of being a “Movie of the Week,” it sure is acting like a “Movie of the Week.”
The John Travolta movies list stretches back into the 70s when Travolta was a musical star, mostly showing off his impressive dance moves. After a decade of futility, Quentin Tarantino…
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Oliver Stone has added a few big names to his marijuana drama / ‘Pulp Fiction’ Convention ‘The Savages’.
Your loss, ‘Gotti: Three Generations’! Your loss!
Finally, Pesci and Lohan might be working together.
Danny Aiello probably isn’t thrilled right now.
The master thespians are looking to share more than faces.
I guess if they want to pretend that John Travolta can be a menacing mob boss, those same producers can pretend that Kim Kardashian is able to act at all.
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Ready the bronzer. John Travolta is the front runner to offend the Gotti family by portraying patriarch John in the upcoming biopic about the famed mafia don.
We all know that Battlefield Earth is bad. Like, worse than stuff on Fox Family bad. In fact, it won the "Worst Movie of the Decade" Razzie this month. An award that screenwriter J.D. Shapiro showed up to pick up in person. In today's New York Post, Shapiro wrote an apology that's ten years overdue. Think of all the people who went to their graves without this much-needed mea culpa. He also provided some backstory to explain how the turd was squeezed onto screens. Naturally, his penis is to blame:It started, as so many of my choices do, with my Willy Wonker. It was 1994, and I had read an article in Premiere magazine saying that the Celebrity Center, the Scientology epicenter in Los Angeles, was a great place to meet women.So a grown man who refers to his penis as his Willy Wonker wanted to get some crazy tail and as a result was hired to write a $100 million movie. And that led to Forest Whitaker wearing dreadlocks and Travolta talking like a castmember of Zoobilee Zoo. Hooray for Hollywood.You can read Shapiro's full piece at the NY Post. But be warned, you'll have to grit your teeth and suffer through his jokes. They're worse than ours.
So many Kim Cattralls, so few bullets! Fresh off of informing you that Taken director Pierre Morel is taking over directing duties on the new Dune film, we get a second look at his most recent effort, From Paris With Love. In it, John Travolta plays one of those spy guys who breaks the rules, and doesn't play nice, and all that stuff. His father probably cracked beer bottles over his head when he was a just a little spy and now he's taking it out on a factory full of mannequins. These inconsiderate pricks never think that someone owns that factory. Oh, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers is the guy that can't believe John Travolta's character is such a rebel. If you'd like a more official synopsis: A low-ranking intelligence operative working in the office of the U.S. Ambassador in France takes on more than he bargained for when he partners with a wisecracking, fast-shooting, high-ranking U.S. agent who's been sent to Paris to stop a terrorist attack. So basically what I said. From Paris With Love starring Travolta and his off-putting new look hits theaters February 5th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Director: Pierre MorelCast: John Travolta, Jonathan Rhys MeyersSynopsis: A low-ranking intelligence operative working in the office of the U.S. Ambassador in France takes on more than he bargained for when he partners with a wisecracking, fast-shooting, high-ranking U.S. agent who's been sent to Paris to stop a terrorist attack.
Director: Walt BeckerCast: Robin Williams, John Travolta, Seth GreenSynopsis: Two friends and business partners find their lives turned upside down when strange circumstances lead to them being placed in the care of 7-year-old twins.