I hope they release a Prince-driven soundtrack next.
He won’t put down Wolvie for a long time.
The 2015 Golden Globes provided us with a few surprises, besides Boyhood taking top honors with three awards.
None of us truly knows what happens when we die. We live our lives knowing the journey will end. What Beetlejuice proposes is that maybe death isn’t the end but merely a hilarious beginning.
There’s danger at every turn but the beaches are just gorgeous.
It’s way better than ‘Birdman Forever’.
Michael Keaton is talking about how much he wants Beetlejuice 2 to be made. Here are 10 reasons why he’s absolutely right!
Not as rated R as I’d like, but not all bad either.
That would have been cool. Or weird.
Otis. Minnie. Hawkins. Just these names alone are annoying. We’re sorry to remind you of these six Comic Relief Characters Who Weren’t Funny. Enjoy? Otis – “Superman” (1978) While Ned…
BATMAN VS. ROBOCOP!!!
Ever since his introduction on the pages of DC Comics, Batman has risen to become the world’s vigilante superhero. The Caped Crusader has no special powers to set him apart…
Just Go Hawaiian already!!
Funny movies to watch on Halloween lessens the darkness of the holiday as it is meant to hilarious with goofy ghouls and monsters whose biggest intent is to make everyone…
While Ghostbusters 3 is seeming less and less likely, another ghoul film from the 80's may be getting closer to a sequel. Actor Michael Keaton has expressed interest in reprising his role of Beetlejuice, the ghost with the most.When asked about the possibility, Keaton replied, "Absolutely, that's the one thing I'd love to do again." I would have guessed that the "one thing" Keaton would have chosen to revisit would have been Mr. Mom, or maybe Gung Ho. But that's just me.Considering his Beetle Juice co-star Geena Davis has already expressed interest, it's probably only a matter of time before a studio throws money at yet another 80's nostalgia project. Of course, this is provided Alec Baldwin isn't too busy with "30 Rock," and Winona Ryder isn't too busy shoplifting! Zing! That joke is just as relevant as it was nine years ago! (DeadCentral)
In this exclusive, behind the scenes look at Toy Story 3, Ned Beatty and Michael Keaton join an ensemble cast for the most powerful chapter to date in the beloved franchise. When Andy heads off to college, adventure fanatic Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) takes his toy friends on a river-rafting trip into the dangerous American back-country. During a chance encounter with a group of locals, an offhand comment about moonshine by Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear (Beatty) leads to a violent sexual assault. The trip soon descends into a nightmare in which both nature and mankind conspire against the toys, putting their lives and perhaps even their souls at risk. (LatinoReview) Watch Ned Beatty's powerful performance in Toy Story 3 after the jump.
The toys happily welcome Pervert the Octopus to the group. Nothing makes me giddy like a Pixar trailer. Those (evil?) geniuses always knock it out of the park, and Toy Story 3 looks like no exception. All of our favorite toys are back, and they're mixing it up with a new batch of playthings when they're donated to a day care center. You'd think the rest of the movie would follow Woody and Buzz as tiny tots jam them into various orifices, but instead it appears they're loving their new home. In The Closet Ken, voiced by Michael Keaton, convinces himself he has feelings for Barbie inspite of the new cowboy arrival, and Pervert the Octopus offers up massages (with happy endings, no doubt). Everything's right as rain until the toys find out their abandoner, Andy, is looking for them. They decide to break out and go in search for the owner who cast them aside like yesterday's garbage when he decided to go better himself at college. What a selfish prick. You don't deserve these special toys, Andy! They're too good for you! You hear me, Dad?! Oops… That's an issue I need to take elsewhere. Check out the trailer after the jump. Toy Story 3 hits theaters June 18th.