Sure, we have the Medicare and Viagra gags, but the comedic chops these guys display makes the script’s flaws forgivable
Lew Harris Articles
Could Assange have gotten the part-time gig to do a secret voice-over for Nikon while still holed up in an Ecuadorian embassy in London?
“We thought, why don’t we bring Hollywood to the beach?”
Different techniques are useful — depending on the medium you’re working in
I’m beginning to wonder what questions like “How do you think it went” do to the actors?
Now that my mother is no longer alive, I will be forever grateful for Spielberg’s wise insight to document the past to help prevent future...
It’s not really Chan’s film, since it was produced and written by Beijingers more interested in propaganda than storytelling
Slight lampoon is smoothly directed but short on original insight — and a woeful misuse of Evan Rachel Wood
My introduction to Formula One was a friendship with Jackie Stewart; Ron Howard got it right
In “Stray,” a man and a stray dog team up and become pals
Characters that I suggested to actors, from John Malcovich to Sissy Spacek — and how they responded
My new film, “The Mirror,” is part reaction against a Hollywood system that leaves zero room for risk or experimentation and part homage to it
The film showcases not only the dangers of trying to be perfect but also what can happen if you question reality
From “Captain Phillips” to Agnieszka Holland’s “Burning Bush”
These guys stretched the medium to the limit … they pushed grain, they pulled back on it, then went 3 stops over and 3 stops...
Whatever she may have suffered on the set, Adele Exarchopoulos gives a magnificently unguarded performance
Modernism Week was “‘Mad Men’ Comes to Arizona” — a celebration of Tucson’s ’50s, ’60s and ’70s iconic lifestyle
Ronald Reagan had star power, and the lack of it in the Republican Party today threatens to dismantle the two-party system
It’s easier to ask forgiveness than permission, don’t ask too many opinions …
Why his “Don Jon” is a perfect 10
‘All the Way’ Theater Review: Bryan Cranston Moves From Walter White’s Tighty-Whities to LBJ’s Boxers
‘Breaking Bad” star good, if not quite Broadway-ready, in tale of Lyndon Baines Johnson using Civil Rights to fill JFK’s shoes
One good melody can carry a whole film, but in serialized TV, it needs to be developed so to not wear out its welcome
From J. Paul Getty’s cheapness, to his grandson’s kidnapping, why didn’t biographer Digby Diehl dig?
TheWrap’s fourth annual conference was held Monday and Tuesday at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills. (All photos by Jonathan Alcorn.)
They are not as hard to access as most producers and directors think
Seifert’s new documentary “GMO OMG,” is a layman’s look at the world of industrial agriculture and genetically modified foods
Those who would not exist save for the heroics of Curt Lowens came together and taught us that fighting oppression is more than a duty,...
“Sa” means ”to end or complete something,” and ”ching” means “green” — here’s how that became “wrap party”
Looking at theatrical distribution as some vast quandary is counter-productive — here’s how to break it down