The film’s star, Forest Whitaker is receiving praise for his portrayal of White House butler Cecil Gaines, a fictional character, based on longtime service worker Eugene Allen.
Actor and outspoken liberal John Cusack is developing a movie about conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, Cusack’s production company said Friday.
New on DVD and playing on Comcast On Demand right now is the gloriously dopey and raunchy comedy Hot Tub Time Machine, starring John Cusack, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke and Rob Corddry, who truly makes his comic mark with this film. It’s about four dudes who get blitzed in their hot tub and wake up […]
What do you want to watch movie-wise this weekend without leaving the comfort of your warm and snuggly home? Here’s a short list of movies On Demand and others you can watch free online. ON DEMAND FROM COMCAST: Watch Sandy’s Finest Hour: The Blind Side Sandra Bullock’s going through some personal turmoil right now, but […]
‘Hot Tub Time Machine‘ opens in theaters today, calling to mind a classic moment in hot tub history: Will Ferrell and Rachel Dratch’s “Hot Tub Lovers” sketch on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ The skit, in which Ferrell and Dratch nauseatingly refer to each other as “my lov-ah,” uncomfortably pairs the duo – in the “scalding waters” […]
Debuting on Digital Versatile Disc today are three movies that are also premiering on Comcast On Demand today – the comedies Gentlemen Broncos and Bitch Slap as well as the moody children’s tale Where The Wild Things Are. You can also finally bring the end of the world home with you by getting the disaster […]
When you see cult favorite actors like John Cusack doing super-mega-effects blockbusters like Roland Emmerich’s 2012, you start to wonder how that particular bit of casting came to be. I spoke to Cusack recently, and found that apparently the deciding factor in choosing a project is often the people he’ll get to work with. For […]
In case you missed the big debut last night, you can now check out five minutes of Fancast exclusive footage from Roland Emmerich’s latest magnum disaster opus 2012, starring John Cusack and Amanda Peet. The film centers around the date that the ancient Mayan calender ends, which has been prophesied as a sign that the […]