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Kingpin Sequel in Development by the Farrelly Brothers

Peter and Bobby Farrelly are set to return to the lanes, as Collider is reporting that the pair are producing a sequel to their 1996 bowling comedy Kingpin.   MORE: Gunpowder Milkshake Clip Introduces Netflix Film’s Stellar Cast The film, which is reportedly in active development at Village Roadshow Pictures, has no information regarding the plot, setting, or time period, all of which are still said to be getting worked out. Because of this, it’s unknown if the Farrelly Brothers will return to...
Tags: Movies, Bill Murray, Woody Harrelson, Jason Reitman, Kingpin, Murray, Peter, Ivan, Collider, Munson, Ishmael, Quaid, McCracken, Randy Quaid, Harrelson, Bobby Farrelly


‘Kingpin’ Sequel is Somehow in the Works With Original Directors Peter & Bobby Farrelly Producing

After filmmakers Peter & Bobby Farrelly delivered the hit comedy Dumb & Dumber, they followed it up with Kingpin, one of the best bowling comedies ever made. Sure, maybe that’s becauue Kingpin is one of the few movies that’s actually about bowling (sorry, The Big Lebowski), but it still stands strong as a solid underdog sports movie starring Woody Harrelson, Randy Quaid, and Bill Murray, each giving top notch comedic performances. Now, 25 years later, Peter & Bobby Farrelly are said to somehow ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sequels, Bill-Murray, Roy, Woody-Harrelson, Kingpin, Peter, Ishmael, Randy Quaid, Bobby Farrelly, Farrelly Brothers, Peter Farrelly, Mort Nathan, Kingpin 2, Peter Bobby Farrelly


Bill Maher slams celebrities Jenner, McConaughey as having 'malignant narcissism' for seeking jump into politics

The HBO host Bill Maher. HBO HBO host Bill Maher on Friday blasted celebrities who seek to run for political office. Maher said that Trump's four years in office should be a "cautionary tale" for celebrities. Maher said that celebrities are misguided in thinking that they can overcome partisanship. See more stories on Insider's business page. HBO host Bill Maher on Friday blasted celebrities who seek to run for political office, calling out actors and reality stars including Caitly...
Tags: Hbo, Politics, Texas, Celebrities, Matthew Mcconaughey, Entertainment, California, Dwayne Johnson, US, America, Trends, Johnson, Politicians, Donald Trump, Caitlyn Jenner, Jenner


Recall is all fun and games until it’s time to run a serious campaign

What do former Olympian and reality show star Caitlyn Jenner, deranged actor Randy Quaid, retired adult film star Mary Carey and Los Angeles billboard habitue Angelyne have in common? If you guessed they’re the line-up for the next season of “Dancing With The Stars,” you’re close. The answer is, they’re all running for governor of California. By the time the filing deadline comes around, the list of gadfly candidates will be so long, we’ll be forced to print our ballots on CVS receipts. The most...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, California, Cdc, Opinion, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Evi, San Diego, Charles, Doug Ose, Cvs, Caitlyn Jenner, John Phillips


New on Blu-ray: ‘Memories of Murder’, ‘Irma Vep’, ‘Nomadland’, ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’, ‘Quick Change’

Still clinging to physical media like a drowning person clinging to a life preserver? Me too, reader. Me too. Which is why I’ve compiled a round-up of some recent Blu-ray releases you’re going to want to check out. Memories of Murder Bong Joon-ho‘s 2003 masterpiece returns, restored by the Criterion Collection. The film remains just as haunting and memorable as it was all those years ago – perhaps even more so now. At the time the film was made, Memories of Murder was inspired by a real...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, France, Disney, America, Features, Fbi, Chicago, Frances Mcdormand, Guillermo Del Toro, Illinois, Hulu, Seoul, David Fincher, Black Panthers


TRULY THIS IS A GOLDEN AGE

Actor Randy Quaid says he is 'seriously considering' running for California governor against Caitlyn Jenner (Thanks to Rod Nunley)
Tags: California, Caitlyn Jenner, Randy Quaid


Trump shares bizarre videos and tweets by actor Randy Quaid about voter fraud, Fox News

In one video, Quaid recited a tweet from Trump in a creepy voice saying "Fox News daytime ratings have completely collapsed" as lights...
Tags: Fox News, Trump, Quaid, Randy Quaid


Trump shares Randy Quaid video: 'Fox is dead to me'

President Trump retweeted a video in which actor Randy Quaid recites one of the president’s tweets criticizing Fox News, and says that...
Tags: Fox, Fox News, Trump, Randy Quaid


Historian Asks Where Trump Library Should Be, Twitter Users Have Ideas

Suggestions include Palm Beach, the Hague, Four Seasons Landscaping and Randy Quaid's beard.
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Trump Is Now Retweeting Randy Quaid’s Election Rants And Do-Over Calls

"Did anyone have Donald retweeting Randy Quaid's do-over vote idea on their 2020 Election Bingo card?"
Tags: News, Donald, Randy Quaid, Retweeting Randy Quaid


Trump Retweets Bizarre Randy Quaid Videos as Biden Prepares for Presidential Transition

President Trump retweeted a series of bizarre video from actor Randy Quaid on Twitter Tuesday morning, while President-elect Joe Biden further prepared to take office by setting his transition team and members of his Cabinet. Quaid’s first video that Trump retweeted was originally posted more than a year ago on Oct. 12, 2019. In it, […]
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Quaid, Randy Quaid, Randy Quaid Videos


The 80 Greatest Shots in Disney Animation History [Part One]

(Welcome to The Greatest Shots in Disney Animation History, a limited series where Disney expert Josh Spiegel selects and ranks the defining moments in one of the greatest, most important, and most influential collection of films ever made.) Walt Disney Animation Studios has, over nearly 85 years, created 58 animated feature-length stories that have encompassed a vast swath of ideas, characters, and worlds. What began as a way to visualize some of the most well-known fairy-tale myths in Wester...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Disney, Features, Animation, Billy Joel, Dinosaur, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Bolt, Pixar, Cuba, Joaquin Phoenix, Robert Louis Stevenson, Oliver, Penny, David Spade


Top 10 Best Threequels: Return of the King, The Last Crusade & More

Top 10 Best Threequels: Return of the King, The Last Crusade & More Ah, the threequel. The third and typically last film in a series. Over the years we’ve seen a number of finales drop the ball on their last go — Spider-Man 3, Superman 3, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and even The Godfather Part III, for example — as director’s seem to run out of ideas or run into studio interference that hampers their overarching vision. And yet, there are actu...
Tags: Star Wars, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Matt Damon, Superman, Gotham, Carrie Fisher, Paul Greengrass, Morocco, Clint Eastwood, Alfonso Cuarón, James Bond, Harry Potter, Judi Dench, Justice League, Sam Mendes


Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for the Week of July 3

Watched at Home: Top 20 Streaming Films for the Week of July 3 Welcome back, couch potatoes! And welcome back Trolls! The DreamWorks Animated comedy jumped back to number one, silencing last week’s champ, Yellowstone Season 3. Fans need not worry about Kevin Costner, though, as his dramatic series took up the next three spots. Screen Media Films’ The Outpost followed in the No. 5 spot, while long-running champ Sonic the Hedgehog and The Invisible Man rounded out the Top 7. ...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Sony, Harry Potter, Streaming, Paramount, Yellowstone, Kevin Costner, Roland Emmerich, Randy Quaid, Movie News, Screen Media Films, Yellowstone Season, Harley Quinn WB, Watched At Home, Bad Boys For Life Sony


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Not Another Teen Movie’ Perfectly and Stupidly Spoofs High School Clichés

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Not Another Teen Movie Where You Can Stream It: Amazon Prime The Pitch: High school comedies and romances are spoofed, skewered and served up stupidly in this raunchy, hilarious parody that takes all the clichés of teen movies from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s and somehow makes them even more ridiculous. Watch as the likes of The ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, America, Los Angeles, Features, Teen, Chris Evans, Melissa Joan Hart, John Hughes, Wayans, Young Frankenstein, Randy Quaid, Josh Radnor, World Police, Janey, Anthony Michael


The 1978 Project: Part IV

The 1978 Project is a deep dive into the cinema of a single year (guess which one!) The chosen year is mostly arbitrary, but it's been a fun experience so far. I'm still working through a backlog of films watched earlier in the year, so these reviews are bound to be a bit fuzzy. I've made pretty good progress so far, and am hoping to do the usual Movie Awards and Top 10 sometime this summer. For now, here are six 1978 flicks, these perhaps less obscure than the movies from the last recap: Deat...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Nazis, Turkey, Bette Davis, Maggie Smith, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil, South America, Angela Lansbury, Quentin Tarantino, Agatha Christie, Mia Farrow, David Hasselhoff, Allies


Chevy Chase looks back at his time playing Clark Griswold in ‘Christmas Vacation’ before a screening in LA

Comedy legend Chevy Chase is inviting his fans in Los Angles out to a special screening of the holiday classic “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” He’s also sticking around for a special Q&A session about that film, his life and career at Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles on Thursday, Dec. 5. As he looks back fondly on the series of “Vacation” films, the one all about the holidays and family dysfunction is certainly a standout. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the film which ...
Tags: Hollywood, Holidays, Microsoft, La, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Chase, Brad Pitt, Chevy Chase, Eddie, Southern California, Clark, Beverly, Randy, Jimmy Stewart


20 movies to see at the Red Bull Music Festival LA film series

In the late 1970s, when punk rock still seemed dangerous – no, it’s true, kids, you can ask your mom and dad – the venerable old Ukrainian Cultural Center in East Hollywood was one of the few places in Los Angeles willing to host shows for bands such as Black Flag and Bad Brains, the Minutemen and the Circle Jerks. These days it’s home to tamer events like the centennial of the late great Ukrainian-American actor Volodymyr Palahniuk – you may know him as Oscar-winning actor Jack Palance – or the...
Tags: Music, New York, Movies, NFL, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Nasa, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Selma, Oscar, Jennifer Lopez, Black Lives Matter, Ava Duvernay


All the Farrelly Brothers Movies Ranked

All the Farrelly Brothers movies ranked The Farrelly Brothers are simply the most successful comedy directors of the past 20 years, and maybe all time.  Ever since their phenomenal debut film, Dumb & Dumber , Peter and Bobby Farrelly have consistently given us some of the greatest comedy films ever.  Without them, would Jim Carrey ever have exploded the way he did? Would Cameron Diaz have become the A-List actress she is?   PB = PB || {}; gptAds = PB....
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Jimmy Fallon, Mahershala Ali, Matt Damon, Tony Robbins, Ted, Article, Jeff Daniels, Meryl Streep, Cameron Diaz, Nick Hornby, Bill Murray, Drew Barrymore, Jim Carrey


/Answers: Our Favorite Summer Movie Memories

Every week in /Answers, we answer a new pop culture-related question. In this edition, we ask “What is your favorite summer movie memory?” Matt Donato: Seeing Independence Day When I Totally Wasn’t Allowed to See Independence Day My most prominent summer movie memory dates back to the red, white and blue weekend of July 3, 1996. The movie? Independence Day. My age? Too young. How did the stars align and allow such a theater viewing? I can’t fully recall, but that day’s “rule-breaking” h...
Tags: Florida, Movies, White House, Features, Chicago, Mpaa, Harry Potter, Pixar, Bill Pullman, Spielberg, John Williams, James Dean, Steven Spielberg, Answers, Andy, John Morris


All 368 Songs From Disney Animated Films Ranked [Part One]

(Welcome to The Disney Discourse, a recurring feature where Josh Spiegel discusses the latest in Disney news. He goes deep on everything from the animated classics to the theme parks to live-action franchises. In this edition: the first in a series ranking all 368 songs featured in Disney animated films.) Let’s get the obvious out of the way: I am clearly insane. Why else would I feel compelled to rank every song from every animated feature from the Walt Disney Company? So yes, this list will f...
Tags: UK, Movies, Disney, Cars, America, Features, Fox, Animation, Rooney, Walt Disney Company, Miley Cyrus, Mars, Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Tim McGraw, Skrillex


The Hottest Stories Right Now!

Corey Feldman Names One Of His Sexual Abusers -- Actor Jon Grissom [CLICK HERE] Selena Gomez Steals Justin Bieber's Jersey After Supporting Him At His Hockey Game! [CLICK HERE] Who Is Corey Feldman's Alleged Abuser, Jon Grissom? [CLICK HERE] Danny Masterson's Rape Case Has Been Stalled Despite 'Overwhelming' Evidence Against Him [CLICK HERE] Jimmy Kimmel, Channing Tatum, & Pink Trick Their Daughters Into Thinking They Ate All Their Halloween Candy -- WATCH! [CLICK HERE] Randy Quaid Reveals He W...
Tags: Celebs, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Danny Masterson, Tyrese Gibson, Randy Quaid, Justin Bieber Selena Gomez, Corey Feldman, Jon Grissom, Jimmy Kimmel Channing Tatum Pink


Who Is Corey Feldman's Alleged Abuser, Jon Grissom?

More information is beginning to surface regarding Corey Feldman's alleged abuser, Jon Grissom. Here's what we know so far. 1. The former child star says Grissom first began sexually abusing him back in the '80s when Grissom was Feldman's assistant. It was during this time Feldman says Grissom -- who he referred to as the pseudonym "Ron Crimson" in the his book, Coreyography -- began giving him drugs including cocaine and crack. 2. According to Grissom's Facebook page, he is credited with two fi...
Tags: Facebook, Celebs, Alaska, Arizona, Jon, Corey, Feldman, Monterrey Mexico, Randy Quaid, Grissom, Corey Feldman, Corey Haim, Jon Grissom, Ron Crimson, Mazaltan Sinaloa


Randy Quaid Reveals He Was Raped At 5 Years Old & Calls Out Hollywood Predators In Twitter Confession

As more actors come forward with stories of abuse in the entertainment industry, others are revealing past traumas from before their days in Hollywood ever began. For Randy Quaid, that trauma was getting raped by his 14-year-old neighbor when he was just 5 years old. The Independence Day actor took to Twitter to recount the harrowing story in which his neighbor Rodney threatened to "bust me over the head" with a glass bottle of rubbing alcohol if he didn't submit. After tweeting a detailed accou...
Tags: Celebs, Hollywood, Santa Barbara, Rodney, Berman, Quaid, Brett Ratner, Randy Quaid, Bruce Berman, Corey Feldman, Robert Boyette, Rodney Lombardi


The Best American Remakes You’ve Probably Never Seen

(Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. In this edition, we take a look at some of the best American remakes you’ve probably never seen.) Remakes are typically derided from the moment they’re announced, and I’d be lying if I suggested the response wasn’t well-earned by decades of lazy reboots churned out of the Hollywood machine. The odds of a remake being fairly worthless seems to d...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Geena Davis, France, Features, Italy, Bill Murray, Tunisia, Fiji, Chris, Down, Murray, Martin Scorsese, Gene Hackman, Miles


Last Flag Flying

Directed by Richard Linklater, Last Flag Flying tells the story of three army buddies (played by Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell, and Laurence Fishburne) who reunite when one of their sons is killed in combat. Judging from the trailer, this looks great, but what’s interesting is that this is a sequel of sorts to a Hal Ashby movie from more than 40 years ago. Last Flag Flying is a sequel to Hal Ashby’s The Last Detail, which arrived all the way back in 1973. Both movies are based on novels of t...
Tags: Steve Carell, Richard Linklater, Jack, Laurence Fishburne, Jason Kottke, Cranston, Nicholson, Ashby, Randy Quaid, Fishburne, Hal Ashby, Bryan Cranston Steve Carell, Darryl Poniscan, Otis Young


CS Interview: Jeff Bridges Talks Only Living Boy in New York

CS Interview: Jeff Bridges talks Only Living Boy in New York ComingSoon.net had a chance to chat with Oscar-winning legend Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart, The Big Lebowski) about his new romantic comedy The Only Living Boy in New York, in which he plays an eccentric New Yorker. We also discussed his work in films like Tucker, Tideland, Starman and the upcoming Kingsman: The Golden Circle, as well as a potential new sequel to The Last Picture Show! Amazon and Roadside Attractions’ comedy/drama The ...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, New York, Movies, New York City, Orson Welles, Karen, Oscar, James Bond, Channing Tatum, Terry Gilliam, Francis, Woody Allen, Jeff Bridges, Terry, Picasso


For Oscars Night: The Top Ten Best Golf Movies

For Oscars Night, here’s the GolfBlogger’s list of the best golf movies. The Greatest Game 1. The Greatest Game Ever Played A faithful adaptation of the book that plays well on the big screen. Its no wonder, the author, Mark Frost, once wrote the tv series Hill Street Blues. The casting is perfect and the story compelling. It’s the original David and Goliath sports story. There are a lot of subtle bits in this movie , though, that people who didn’t read the book will miss. For example, the ...
Tags: Hollywood, Sport, David, Golf, Dan Jenkins, Adam Sandler, Jones, Pat, Kevin Costner, Tommy, Costner, Robert Urich, Mark Frost, Bobby Jones, Randy Quaid, Ben Hogan


For Oscars Night: The Best Golf Movies

For Oscars Night, here’s the GolfBlogger’s list of the best golf movies. The Greatest Game 1. The Greatest Game Ever Played A faithful adaptation of the book that plays well on the big screen. Its no wonder, the author, Mark Frost, once wrote the tv series Hill Street Blues. The casting is perfect and the story compelling. It’s the original David and Goliath sports story. There are a lot of subtle bits in this movie , though, that people who didn’t read the book will miss. For example, the ...
Tags: Hollywood, Sport, David, Golf, Dan Jenkins, Adam Sandler, Jones, Pat, Kevin Costner, Tommy, Costner, Robert Urich, Mark Frost, Bobby Jones, Randy Quaid, Ben Hogan


Take a Bite Out of This Exclusive Parents Blu-ray Clip!

Dark cannibal comedy Parents hits Blu-ray this week Bob Balaban is known primarily as an actor, notable as everyone from the kid who blew Jon Voight in the porn theater in Midnight Cowboy to the head of NBC in TV’s Seinfeld to Enid’s old man in Ghost World. These are but a few of his dozens of credits. But Balaban is also a fairly steady gigging director, toiling primarily in TV. His first directorial credit was helming the pilot for the George A.Romero blessed anthology series Tales From ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Parents, Lionsgate, Horror, Toronto, Blu, Enid, Jon Voight, Christopher Hawthorne, Randy Quaid, George A Romero, Balaban, ComingSoon