What’s a cult comedy? A movie that makes you laugh, but also transports you to another world at once familiar, but somehow a little off, one that produces a late-night giddiness by portraying a universe with its own distinct set of rules, leading to a heightened awareness.
It was no surprise that Justin Timberlake stole the show on this past week’s “Saturday Night Live.” Even after his fifth time as host, his gift for goofiness shines. How many other world famous R&B singing movie stars do you know who would dress up like a giant hunk of tofu.
Filmmakers put a lot of work into their pride and joy, but the films fail to win over audiences and critics when they finally get released. That can be pretty crushing, but there’s one key difference between a movie and your soda rocket. Movies stick around and can be rediscovered and reevaluated years later.
The name on Hollywood audition lists and casting sheets must be unmistakably eye-catching: Rob Belushi.
TV’s taking another trip down memory lane. “The Blues Brothers” are about to be resurrected for a prime-time series, reports Variety. A new incarnation of the classic characters made famous by Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi are being pitched for a new TV series. The TV rights are owned Aykroyd and John’s ex-wife Judy Belushi. […]
It’s a ‘Blues Brothers‘ reunion…of sorts. Dan Aykroyd and Jim Belushi are getting the band back together. The original ‘Blues Brother’ and John Belushi’s brother still perform together as the be-suited duo and will soon appear together on CBS’s ‘The Defenders‘ as well. Aykroyd is scheduled to guest star as a corrupt judge in a […]