If you’re going to title your film “The Odyssey,” you need to be pretty certain it’s got enough narrative heft and thrust to justify the Homeric allusion.
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Bill Nunn, the actor known for playing Radio Raheem in Spike Lee’s film “Do The Right Thing” and Robbie Robertson in Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” trilogy, has died. He was 62. Lee, who worked with Nunn on “He Got Game,” “School Daze” and “Mo’ Better Blues” in addition to “Do The Right Thing,” posted on Instagram… Read more »
Teen Vogue hosted its 14th annual Young Hollywood bash in Malibu Friday night, drawing budding film, TV, music and digital talent. Young stars including Sarah Hyland, Ariel Winter, Troye Sivan, and “Black-ish’s” Yara Shahidi gathered at Malibu’s decked out Reel Inn to celebrate youth, individuality and the successes of their industry peers. “This event celebrates… Read more »
Phoebe and Monica got back together to test their “Friends” knowledge on “Celebrity Name Game” which originally aired Sept. 20. In the special bonus round clip, Courteney Cox gives clues to words and phrases associated with “Friends” and Lisa Kudrow has to guess the answer. “I was married to him.” Chandler Bing “Where we had coffee.”… Read more »
Vision Films has set an Oct. 11 release for romantic comedy “Sam,” the debut directing movie for Nicholas Brooks with his father Mel Brooks executive producing, Variety has learned exclusively. “Sam” will be available on DVD & VOD with special theatrical events in New York and Los Angeles. Sibyl Santiago produced “Sam” with a screenplay… Read more »
“The Big Bang Theory” actors fill the top four slots of the 2016 “highest paid TV actors” list released by Forbes on Thursday. Jim Parsons once again leads the pack with $25.5 million (before management fees and taxes). The four time Emmy-winning actor and his co-star Johnny Galecki, who is second on the list, both command a… Read more »
Snapchat has a new corporate name — Snap Inc. — and a new line of business: video-enabled sunglasses, to cost $130, designed for uploading 10-second clips to the social service. The new video glasses, called Spectacles, are expected to go on sale in limited quantities later this fall. The devices connect directly to the Snapchat app… Read more »