We spoke to Dohn Norwood (who brought Reverend Fitzgerald to life) about the twists this season took, how he prepared to duke it out with James Purefoy in the ring, getting into the role of the murderous preacher and much more.
As the mystery on HAP AND LEONARD: MUCHO MOJO heats up, we get to meet some members of Leonard’s family. Some of the most memorable moments so far have come courtesy of Irma P. Hall, who plays Leonard’s beloved “MeMaw.” Before you catch the latest episode of HAP AND LEONARD: MUCHO MOJO, check out our…
Read on for Brian Dennehy’s thoughts about joining the cast this season, how he approaches complicated characters and what he thinks about Sheriff Valentine’s power over the East Texas community.
We spoke to Cranston Johnson (Detective Marvin Hanson) about being a cop in Hap and Leonard’s world, Hanson’s theories about who is behind the missing children and the unique way he approached playing his character.
We spoke with Tiffany Mack about playing a lawyer in East Texas, working with Purefoy and Williams, and what she would order at the Armadillo Diner. (Hint: it’s definitely something fried.)
We spoke to James Purefoy about the duo’s knack for getting into crazy situations, Hap’s troubles with the ladies, and how Mucho Mojo’s world of East Texas in the late ’80s has suddenly become relevant.
We spoke to Leonard Pine himself, actor Michael K. Williams, about this season’s unique storyline, Hap and Leonard’s “bromance,” how he stays in shape for the show’s intense action scenes, and more. Check it out below, and tune in to SundanceTV Wed., March 15th at 10/9c when the trouble starts on Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo.
Streaming services Netflix and Amazon came out swinging at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, making headlines for snapping up the rights to everything from feel-good comedies to politically charged documentaries. Newbie distributors also made waves by jumping into bidding wars over several films.
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is winding down, but news of big sales and buzzworthy films keeps rolling in. Find out what films are breaking out at the tail end of the fest.
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is heading into the home stretch, with a quirky comedy scoring a big deal and some mind-altering virtual reality experiences hinting to the future of filmmaking.
2017 Sundance Film Festival Day 6: Hologram Jon Hamm Wins Award; Amazon Scores Jenny Slate’s ’90s Flashback
Day 6 at Sundance offered all sorts of oddities, with a film featuring a hologram of Mad Men star Jon Hamm winning a prestigious award and news that the gruesome horror anthology Kuso caused audiences to flee the theater en masse.
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is only at the halfway point, and already a number of buzzworthy films have been sold. (Netflix has acquired several.) Plus, find out who will be releasing the rap comedy Patti Cake$, which critics say features a star-making performance from actress Danielle Macdonald.
2017 Sundance Film Festival Day 4: Netflix Acquires Jessica Williams Rom-Com; Studios Play Patti Cake$
Hot on the heels of The Big Sick’s big payday, Day 4 at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival found studios bidding over another potential breakout film. Read on to learn which films studios are digging deep into their pockets to buy.
2017 Sundance Film Festival Day 3: Amazon Scores “The Big Sick”; Casey Affleck’s “Ghostly” Return to the Fest
Day 3 at Sundance marked the biggest deal of the 2017 fest so far, plus lots of other surprises. Who scored big in Park City?
2017 Sundance Film Festival Day 2: Mary J. Blige Earns Raves for “Mudbound”; Kumail Nanjiani’s “The Big Sick” Receiving Buzz
Reviews are rolling in for films from Day 2 at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Which one is earning comparisons to Manchester by the Sea?
Politics were in the air at the kick-off of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, with Al Gore debuting the sequel to An Inconvenient Truth on the eve of Donald Trump’s inauguration. Elsewhere in Park City, buzz is building for the Kumail Nanjiani/Zoe Kazan drama The Big Sick and Martin Scorsese’s look at the tie-dyed rockers of the Grateful Dead.
Before you catch him in the drug-fueled epic “Blow” on SundanceTV Wed., Jan. 4 at 5/4c, check out a few unappreciated films from Johnny Depp’s eclectic filmography.
Twenty-five years ago, Thelma (Geena Davis) and Louise (Susan Sarandon) sailed over the Grand Canyon and into movie history.
With George Clooney taking aim in The American, we’re paying tribute to some hitmen who you better hope don’t come gunning for you.
Before you catch Hughes’ classic The Breakfast Club, which airs Wed., Nov. 23 on SundanceTV, followed by a brand new episode from the powerful final season of Rectify, take a look at our picks for the most underrated films in Hughes’ storied filmography.
When Will Smith and his real life son Jaden starred in the drama The Pursuit of Happyness, they joined a long line of cinematic duos that proved there is nothing stronger than the bond between father and son.
Few movie moments are as powerful as the scene in A Few Good Men when Col. Jessup (Jack Nicholson) bellows “You can’t handle the truth!” at Lt. Kaffee (Tom Cruise). Rob Reiner’s film adaptation of Aaron Sorkin’s acclaimed play is still as gripping today as it was when it was released back in 1992.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding, Jr.) shouted “Show me the money!” and Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) told Dorothy Boyd (Renee Zellweger), “You complete me.” But two decades later, writer/director Cameron Crowe’s tale of a sports agent who turns a bad day at the office into a life-changing event still inspires fans new and old, which is why we put together some facts to celebrate Jerry Maguire’s 20th Anniversary.
Amy, Sophia, T-Dog… To name just three.