James Franco Names Favorite “About Hollywood” Films

The Disaster Artist is one of my favorite films of 2017, and it's a humorous and insightful look at making movies. In a FandangoNOW interview, director/actor James Franco listed his favorite "About Hollywood" movies. Check out the list, as well as my review of The Disaster Artist, below!! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); James Franco's … Continue reading James Franco Names Favorite “About Hollywood” Films

CinemAddicts Ep. 77: ‘The Shape of Water’ ‘Call Me By Your Name’ ‘The Post’

Episode 77 of CinemAddicts covers a ton of ground movie wise. Anderson recaps his love for Coco and we offer up our thoughts on Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. My love for Call Me By Your Name has previously been expressed, but there's also a bunch of new flicks that are covered on the show … Continue reading CinemAddicts Ep. 77: ‘The Shape of Water’ ‘Call Me By Your Name’ ‘The Post’

Exclusive: ‘The Adderall Diaries’ Director Pamela Romanowsky Interview

  Pamela Romanowsky makes her feature directing debut with the ambitious and evocative The Adderall Diaries, a project that's based on Stephen Elliott's bestselling memory. On the surface, the story centers on Stephen's fixation with a high-profile murder case (Christian Slater plays the suspect) and the deepening rift between he and his father (the always … Continue reading Exclusive: ‘The Adderall Diaries’ Director Pamela Romanowsky Interview

Jonah Hill & James Franco Team-Up For A “True Story”

Jonah Hill and James Franco raised their share of comedic mayhem with This is The End, but now they've reunited for the upcoming drama True Story. The narrative, based on journalist (and former New York Times magazine writer) Michael Finkel's memoir True Story: Murder, Memoir, Mea Culpa, centers on Finkel's (Jonah Hill) relationship with accused killer Christian Longo (James Franco). While Finkel suffered embarrassment after … Continue reading Jonah Hill & James Franco Team-Up For A “True Story”

Maria Bello Signs Onto “Big Driver” & Explores Parental Love With “Third Person”

There have been a slew of negative reviews heaped on filmmaker Paul Haggis' ambitious drama Third Person, but if you're a fan of his intricately and labyrinthine structured narratives, this movie may be up your alley. Maria Bello is Theresa an attorney who represents a woman (an intentionally unhinged Mila Kunis) who's desperately trying to regain visitation rights for her … Continue reading Maria Bello Signs Onto “Big Driver” & Explores Parental Love With “Third Person”