Congratulations, Alan Thicke – it’s a boy! A David Spade, to be exact. “Growing Pains” icon and topnotch TV theme-song composer Thicke has joined the cast of the upcoming ABC pilot “Bad Management,” as the father of David Spade’s character.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – David Spade is going to work for ABC. The “Rules of Engagement” actor has been cast in the ABC comedy pilot “Bad Management,” from “The Neighbors” and “GCB” producer Aaron Kaplan. The pilot, from ABC Studios and Kapital Entertainment, revolves around a self-centered female boss at a high end luxury goods […]
For a show that is now only two episodes away from ending its run, “Entourage” doesn’t seem all that close to wrapping up its various storylines. Nor is there any way of detecting from the show’s six episodes seen so far in this eight-episode final season whether producer Doug Ellin and his team intend to […]
Xfinity On Demand today premieres a big batch of new films to check out. There’s the big-time all-star comedy Grown-Ups, the amazingly innovative cult favorite romantic action comedy Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Zac Efron’s moody drama Charlie St. Cloud, the family film Ramona and Beezus and the indie dramedy about a man who loses […]
Here’s what’s opening in a theater near you, and chances are you’re sick of hearing about them, but they may actually be fun movies. There’s the all-star cast of Saturday Night Live vets Grown-Ups, and Knight and Day has been in theaters since Wednesday, and it’s $3.8 million opening day take is the lowest for […]
Once again, it’s time for the yearly pre-Oscars award ceremony honoring the best in independent film – the 25th Film Independent Spirit Awards. This year, instead of the Santa Monica Beach, it’s going on in primetime on IFC from downtown Los Angeles in the L.A. Convention Center, and I’m here in the press room waiting […]
This movie is a great idea: an ensemble comedy about a 30-year high school reunion called Grown Ups featuring a cast chock full of beloved Saturday Night Live alumni, including Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Norm MacDonald, Maya Rudolph, David Spade, Rob Schneider and Colin Quinn – and they’ve just added Tim Meadows to the list. […]
It’s standard protocol for comedies to cast amazingly gorgeous women as their love interests – women they wouldn’t have a chance with if they weren’t rich movie stars. That’s the Mike Myers formula (Elizabeth Hurley, Heather Graham, Beyonce, Jessica Alba), and Adam Sandler does it often, too (Drew Barrymore, Jessica Biel, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Kate Beckinsale, […]