Posts filtered by tags: Steve-Buscemi[x]


 

The Best Stephen King Movies Streaming Right Now

It's Halloween season, and what better time to sit back and watch some Stephen King adaptations? If you're me, any time is good for that, really. But if you're on the hunt for some films based on the work of the master of horror specifically for spooky season, I am here to help. I've scoured the internet to bring back info on where you can find the best Stephen King movies streaming right now. The parameters were simple: the movie in question had to be part of a streaming service. Which means mo...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Stephen King, Tim Curry, Tom Hanks, Maine, David Cronenberg, Stanley Kubrick, Nebraska, Tbs, Christopher Walken, Kubrick, Annie, Steve Buscemi


10 Halloween Movies On Netflix Worth Streaming This October

Not everyone has the same approach when it comes to picking a Halloween movie. Some opt for classic horror movies. Some choose a killer franchise (and we mean "killer" in more ways than one). Others prefer PG-rated Halloween movies, the film equivalent of staying home and greeting cute trick-or-treaters instead of hitting up a costume party or a haunted house. But we can all agree that opening up a streaming service without knowing what to watch beforehand can be intimidating, even when you're t...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Netflix, United States, House, David Bowie, Harry Potter, Charlie Hunnam, Steve Buscemi, Emma Roberts, Jumanji, Jason, Tom Hiddleston, Adam Sandler, Universal Studios, Crimson Peak


Production Has Wrapped On Steve Buscemi's The Listener Starring Tessa Thompson

Steve Buscemi is predominantly known for his work as an actor, but he's directed over 15 projects since the early 1990s with his latest sounding like his most ambitious yet. His upcoming feature film, "The Listener," has wrapped production in Los Angeles according to an exclusive reveal from Deadline. The film's script comes from Oscar nominee Alessandro Camon ("The Messenger") and stars Tessa Thompson ("Thor: Ragnarok," "Sorry to Bother You," "Men in Black: International") in the film's only on...
Tags: Movies, News, Los Angeles, Steve Buscemi, Portlandia, Jackie, Tessa Thompson, Thompson, Oren Moverman, Beth, Buscemi, Grady, Atlas Industries, Eddie Vaisman, Julia Lebedev, Wren Arthur


10 Brendan Fraser Performances You Need To Revisit

Remembered for his classic good looks and nostalgic charm, it is impossible not to love Brendan Fraser. Not only has he been a part of the most memorable movies of the last few decades, but Fraser continues to make an impact on generations of movie-goers. From his action-centric roles to his more kid-friendly performances, Fraser's body of work is truly something to admire. And as the Brendan Fraser renaissance continues to take shape thanks to the likes of "Doom Patrol," "No Sudden Move," and M...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, David, Harvard University, Connecticut, Broadway, Christopher Walken, Bill, Vietnam, Steve Buscemi, Bill Condon, Humphrey Bogart, SilverStone, Boone


How The Many Saints Of Newark Star John Magaro Stepped Into Steven Van Zandt's Shoes [Interview]

"The Sopranos" is a show full of larger-than-life characters, and that is especially true about Silvio Dante. Actor Steven Van Zandt is a tough act to follow -- there's just nobody else like him. And yet, actor John Magaro stepped comfortably into his shoes for the new prequel film, "The Many Saints of Newark." For the actor, it was an intimidating role for a variety of reasons.Helping to both ease and maybe heighten any fears was his own friendship with Van Zandt, who worked on "Sopranos" creat...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Dave, David, David Chase, Newark, Alan, Steve Buscemi, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Spielberg, Steve, Michael, Steven, Tony


The Sopranos Creator David Chase Doesn't Believe In The Good Ol' Days [Interview]

David Chase's laugh is infectious. The creator of "The Sopranos" and co-writer of its new prequel film, "The Many Saints of Newark," crafts great drama, but also real laughs. As violent and as gut-turning as his work can be, it's that sense of humor of his that helps make these grueling stories as entertaining as they are. So, it should come as no surprise that Chase appreciates a good joke. That's what I came away with after talking to Chase for "The Many Saints of Newark," which takes place du...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Movies, News, Chase, David Chase, Newark, Steve Buscemi, Paramount, Steve, Tony, Sopranos, Larry, Tony Soprano, Tom Moore, Paulie


Shows Like Peaky Blinders You Can Binge Watch Today

"Peaky Blinders" is one of BBC's greatest period productions, a show that began modestly enough but has been garnering more and more fans with each passing season. It stars Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, a decorated veteran who returns from World War I deeply traumatized by the experience, and who then has to take on a leadership role in his family's criminal operation. Intelligent, calculating, and ambitious, Tommy builds his family's business until they have a veritable empire for themselves ...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, UK, England, London, Television, Movies, Germany, New York City, US, Spain, Bbc, Netflix, Munich, Ireland, Showtime


14 Family Horror Films That Were Too Scary For Kids

Ask anyone about the memorable movies of their childhood, and chances are there will be at least one that has left some long-lasting trauma. We all remember those films that we watched at a tender and vulnerable age that scarred us for life. In some cases, it's because we watched "grown up" movies when we were too young; more often than not, though, it's because we watched a PG film that ended up containing something horrific, terrifying, or heinous that gave us nightmares for weeks. Whether it'...
Tags: London, Movies, Geena Davis, Tim Burton, Roald Dahl, Disney, Netflix, House, Bill Murray, Santa Claus, Jim Carrey, Little Mermaid, Frankenweenie, Vigo, Steve Buscemi, Kyle Maclachlan


The Morning Watch: Hawkeye Trailer Easter Eggs, VFX Artists React To Seth Rogen Movies With Seth Rogen & More

(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fan-made productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.)In this edition, take a closer look at Marvel's first trailer for the upcoming "Hawkeye" series with a rundown of Easter eggs, comic references, and Marvel Cinematic Universe callbacks. Plus, watch as the VFX artists from C...
Tags: Movies, News, Seth Rogen, Steve Buscemi, Vfx, Marvel Studios, Hailee Steinfeld, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Kevin Smith, Rogen, Buscemi, SlashFilm, Corridor Crew, Next Corridor Crew


Steve Buscemi Recalls His Time Helping Out At Ground Zero After World Trade Center Collapse

Steve Buscemi spent four days helping out on “The Pile” at Ground Zero in New York after the 9/11 attacks. He’s still haunted by that...
Tags: New York, Steve Buscemi, Ground Zero, Ground Zero After World Trade Center Collapse


Actor Steve Buscemi discusses working at Ground Zero after attacks: "It's still with me"

Actor Steve Buscemi accompanied Engine 55 for five days following the attacks on September 11, 2001, helping them dig through rubble at...
Tags: Steve Buscemi, Ground Zero


Steve Buscemi talks trauma of volunteering at Ground Zero on 9/11: 'It's still with me'

Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11, Steve Buscemi is opening up about his post-traumatic stress from volunteering at Ground Zero.        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Steve Buscemi, Usa Today, Ground Zero


Movies Like Interstellar That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"Interstellar" is the closest thing to a classic science fiction movie that Christopher Nolan' has made so far, blending hard sci-fi tropes with an earnest exploration of humanity's drive to survive. For science fiction fans, it's instantly familiar stuff. Nolan's storytelling doesn't always land as powerfully as the movie's visual effects, but "Interstellar" still works as a thoughtful, understated love-letter to the stories that built the science fiction genre.Stripped to its basics, "Interste...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Interstellar, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Michael Bay, Disney, Nasa, Earth, Moon, Clarke, Arthur C Clarke, Stanley Kubrick, Danny Boyle, Steven Soderbergh


The 11 Best Comedies Of The Last 10 Years

Over the last decade or so, the most popular Hollywood comedy hasn't been found in comedies at all, but rather in the galumphing genre hybrids of blockbuster movies. The Marvel formula -- action leavened with cute quips ("We're friends from work!") and the occasional piece of slapstick -- has been wildly successful. These days, people go to those movies to giggle as they do to watch things blow-up.Nonetheless, there are still films in which laughs are the focus, not the hero's journey. Though ro...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Iraq, Cary Grant, Earth, World, Green, Aubrey Plaza, Armando Iannucci, Nick Offerman, Annie, Paul Feig, Deadpool, Steve Buscemi, Joseph Stalin, Keanu Reeves


‘NYC Epicenters’ Trailer: It’s Time for a New York City Comeback

New York City is a special place that acts as a microcosm of the rest of America, and now one of its greatest filmmakers is turning the lens on the city itself. Famed auteur Spike Lee directed the upcoming HBO miniseries, NYC EPICENTERS 9/11 -> 2021½, about how things have both changed and stayed the same in the Big Apple since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. A trailer for the series was released today, sharing both the series’ tone and many interview subjects. From September 1...
Tags: Hbo, TV, New York, Movies, Nbc, New York City, America, Cnn, Brooklyn, Trailers, Spike Lee, Steve Buscemi, World Trade Center, Black Lives Matter, Anthony Fauci, Hakeem Jeffries


Ghost World at 20: the comic-book movie that refused to conform

The astute and unconventional adaptation of Daniel Clowes’ source material remains one of the most unique examples of the genreIn the 20 years since Ghost World was released, nerd culture has become dominant culture, turning a term once associated with the dweeby outcasts of 80s comedies to a shorthand nearly everyone can self-apply. Now you’re a nerd for seeing Ant-Man and the Wasp on opening day. In truth, the term was always meaningless, whether it applied to pitiable dorks with taped-togethe...
Tags: Comedy, Film, Culture, Scarlett Johansson, Comics and graphic novels, Steve Buscemi, Spielberg, Daniel Clowes, Ghost World, Drama films, Comedy films


‘Fargo’ Reunion: Frances McDormand Reveals That Marge Gunderson Almost Attended an Anti-Abortion Protest

While the famous opening text in “Fargo” states that the story of the film was based on true events, it turns out that the Coen brothers only included this fraudulent message to subvert the audience’s expectations. “It occurred to us that if an audience thinks that the template that you’re following are actual events, they […]
Tags: News, Frances Mcdormand, Steve Buscemi, Fargo, Marge Gunderson, Tribeca Festival 2021


‘Miracle Workers’ Season 3 Trailer: The TBS Comedy Anthology Series Heads to The Oregon Trail

When Miracle Workers began on TBS, it followed two factory workers in Heaven tasked with handling humanity’s prayers after God has checked out. But that was only the first season of a series that was planned as an anthology comedy series where each season focused on an entirely new story with the same cast playing totally different characters. Now the third season is on the way, and the first trailer reveals Daniel Radcliffe, Geraldine Viswanthan, Karan Soni, Steve Buscemi, and Jon Bass, taking...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Aberdeen, Tbs, Steve-Buscemi, Daniel-Radcliffe, Radcliffe, Benny, Oregon Trail, Buscemi, Old West, Karan Soni, TV Trailer, Viswanathan, Jon Bass


28-Year-Old Woman Infiltrates High School to Beef Up Her Instagram and Seriously, WTF?

Surely there are easier ways to pad your following on Instagram than trespassing on high school grounds while disguised as a teenager. That apparently did not occur to a 28-year-old Florida woman who was arrested after infiltrating a school in Miami-Dade County for the Gram on Monday.Read more...
Tags: Florida, Science, Instagram, Education, Software, Drew Barrymore, Miami, Steve Buscemi, Operating Systems, Mobile Software, Miami Dade County, WSVN, David Arquette, Carnival Cruise Lines, Xxxtentacion, Video Software


Elon Musk’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ Had Everybody and Their Mother But Only a Couple Great Sketches

Well, Saturday Night Live was hosted by Elon Musk this weekend, and it went about as well as you’d expect when a billionaire business magnate without any real performance experience or natural charisma hosts a sketch comedy show. That’s not to say it was downright terrible. In fact, it went a little better than I expected. But this is the perfect example of how an episode of SNL can be stilted by a host with very little comedic intuition, even if the host is more than willing to have a little f...
Tags: Elon Musk, Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Pennsylvania, Frances Mcdormand, Dolly Parton, Philadelphia, Miley Cyrus, Snl, Steve Buscemi, Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Saturday-Night-Live


‘Monsters Inc.’ TV Series ‘Monsters at Work’ is Coming in July, Adds Mindy Kaling and Reveals New Characters

Disney+ is bringing Monsters Inc. back in a new way with the sequel series Monsters at Work. After being in development for a couple years, we finally have word that the series will arrive this July. But that’s not all, because Disney+ has also released a look at some new monsters from the series, and a new cast member reporting for duty. Monsters at Work picks up the day after Monsters Inc. started harvesting the laughter of children instead of scaring them and using their screams to power Mon...
Tags: Work, Television, Movies, Disney, Animation, Sequels, John-Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Yeti, Randall, Cutter, Mindy Kaling, Flint, Duncan, Mike, Billy Crystal


The Morning Watch: Making Sounds for Nature Documentaries, Adam Sandler’s Steve Buscemi Song & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, find out how sounds are created to give a little more life to nature documentaries like Planet Earth II and The Hunt. Plus, listen to a tribute song that Adam Sandler made for frequent collaborator and fello...
Tags: Movies, Steve-Buscemi, Tim Allen, Adam-sandler, Buscemi, Santa Clause, Video Of The Day, Billy Madison, The Hunt, Planet Earth II, Adam Sander, Big Daddy, Babish, The Morning Watch, Binging With Babish, The Santa Clause


Halloween TV: 10 scary and silly treats you’ll want to watch

So, this year hasn’t been scary enough? Now you’re hankering for some spooky visual treats to spice up the Halloween weekend? Fortunately, the TV networks and streaming platforms have got you covered — offering plenty of creepy (and occasionally kooky) movies, series and specials to give you some shivery thrills. What follows are 10 offerings that just might take your mind off the current frights of the real world. The list is pegged to programing that will either debut over the Halloween weeken...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Halloween, Hbo, England, TV, Movies, Roald Dahl, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Rebecca, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer


Miracle Workers Renewed for a Third Season at TBS

Miracle Workers Renewed for a Third Season at TBS TBS has officially renewed their anthology comedy series Miracle Workers for a third season which will now take place in the American Old West. In addition, Dan Mirk and Robert Padnick have also been tapped as the new showrunners and executive producers for the next season, replacing series creator Simon Rich. This renewal comes after nearly seven months since the Daniel Radcliffe-led series concluded its 10-episode second season back in Marc...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Tbs, Steve Buscemi, Daniel Radcliffe, Lorne Michaels, Radcliffe, Robert Padnick, Simon Rich, Oregon Trail, Buscemi, Hollywood FL, ComingSoon, TBS TNT, Viswanathan


Steve Buscemi: 9 Things You Might Not Know About The Boardwalk Empire Star

Here are some notable facts about actor-writer-director-walking meme, Steve Buscemi!
Tags: Religion, Steve Buscemi


8 Reasons Why ‘Hubie Halloween’ is Funny, Actually

Even the biggest Adam Sandler fan has to admit that not every at-bat is a homerun. This has been particularly true of his Netflix tenure. The smaller stakes nature of Netflix exhibition has at times allowed Sandler to try fun ideas that would never make it to the big screen ( Sandy Wexler ) but also get away with lazier executions ( The Do-Over ).  The newly released Hubie Halloween falls somewhere in the middle. There isn’t much to it, overall, but it’s also one of the funniest recent...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Features, Netflix, Steve Buscemi, Ben Stiller, Imdb, Julie Bowen, Adam Sandler, Ray Liotta, Coen Brothers, Maya Rudolph, Buscemi, Sandler, Hubie, Billy Madison


Tales From the Darkside

This one falls under both my October horror movie marathon and my 1990 movie marathon — and in fact, I’ve been saving up the horror movies from 1990 to watch during October (although I did jump the gun with Nightbreed). This was pretty fun, an anthology of horror stories that definitely feels like something out of Tales of the Crypt, with a silly but fun connecting story featuring Debby Harry as a cannibal. I didn’t remember much before starting to watch it, but I did eventually start reco...
Tags: Travel, Film, Steve Buscemi, 1990, Debaser, Debby Harry, Movie Marathon, Tales From the Darkside, October 2020


‘Hubie Halloween’ Trailer: Adam Sandler is Ready to Save All Hallows’ Eve With Another Goofy Voice

During the last Oscar race, Adam Sandler said that if the Academy failed to give him a nomination for Uncut Gems he would make the worst movie possible as revenge. Anyway, here’s a new trailer for Hubie Halloween! The new Netflix movie has the Sandman adopting yet another weird voice as he tries to protect a small town from danger on Halloween. It looks very, very stupid, and I will probably watch the entire thing. Hubie Halloween Trailer Even though Adam Sandler makes a lot of bad movi...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Netflix, Salem, Movie Trailers, Steve Buscemi, Academy, Adam-sandler, Sandman, Maya Rudolph, Adam, Sandler, Hubie, Happy Madison, Tim Herlihy, Steven Brill