First Fan Encounter: John C. Reilly
Coogan reacts to BAFTA nomination
Oliver Hardy was terrifying, inspiring for John C. Reilly
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Playing Oliver Hardy, the large comic with the even larger persona, was a burden that became a mission for John C. Reilly.
The actor had early misgivings about becoming the man whose legendary partnership with Stan Laurel is explored in "Stan & Ollie," which will be released Friday in the United States by Sony Pictures Classics.
Review: Laurel and Hardy movie ‘Stan & Ollie’ is a joy
There are lot of movies in theaters right now trying to grab your attention, and dollars, from big superhero spectacles and musical extravaganzas to awards darlings and wannabes. It's easy to get overwhelmed with the options in the multiplex (and, frankly, at home) and when something like, say, a late-career Laurel and Hardy biopic comes along, you'd be forgiven for thinking it easy to dismiss, or at least put off for a little while.
Finding Stan and Ollie
‘Ralph’ stars’ introductions to the Internet
‘Ralph’ repeats as No. 1, ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ flops in China
NEW YORK (AP) — On a typically sleepy post-Thanksgiving weekend in movie theaters, leftovers led the box office and Disney's "Ralph Breaks the Internet" repeated as No. 1 with $25.8 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Silverman, Gadot, Reilly bring ‘Ralph’ to London
‘Wreck-It Ralph,’ ‘Creed’ fuel record holiday box office
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Movie sequels are having their own Thanksgiving feast at the box office and fueling record industry-wide grosses for the long weekend.
"Ralph Breaks the Internet" and "Creed II" took the top two spots on the North American charts, beat the openings for the original films and helped the five-day Thanksgiving box office totals cross the $300 million mark for the first time ever.
Review: Game not over in ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’
In a battle between the internet and John C. Reilly, who among us wouldn't root for the latter? Leave us IMDb.com and a few podcasts, John, but by all means, go smashy-smashy with the rest.
Laurel and Hardy return to cinema screens
Review: Phoenix and Reilly excel as ‘The Sisters Brothers’
Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly might not be obvious picks to play brothers, but French director Jacques Audiard made an inspired choice by casting them as such in "The Sisters Brothers ."
Phoenix, Reilly bond as outlaw kin in ‘Sisters Brothers’
TORONTO (AP) — To play any brother, by blood or not, of John C. Reilly is an intimidating prospect given just how firmly entrenched Will Ferrell is as Reilly's on-screen sibling.
"Step Brothers," their 2008 comedy classic that took the adolescent adult to absurdist extremes, looms large. It did even for Joaquin Phoenix in deciding to play Reilly's brother in "The Sisters Brothers," Jacques Audiard's Western. Phoenix considers "Step Brothers" one of his all-time favorites.
Jonny Greenwood to release his You Were Never Really Here soundtrack
Radiohead member Jonny Greenwood is releasing his score for new film 'You Were Never Really Here'.
The 46-year-old guitarist has created the soundtrack to the upcoming thriller, which stars Joaquin Phoenix as a war veteran and former FBI agent turned hitman who is suffering from PTSD.
Director Lynne Ramsay has helmed the movie - which is based on Jonathan Ames' novella of the same name.
Benedict Cumberbatch returning as Sherlock? It’s a mystery
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Benedict Cumberbatch had a ready answer when asked when he might star in another "Sherlock" on PBS.
"Goodbye," he said, pleasantly, as he darted out of camera range during a satellite Q&A Wednesday.
In the 2008 movie "Step Brothers," John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell play lazy grown men (Brennan and Dale) who live with their parents and refuse to get jobs. Dale's father, Robert, finally yells: "All right, that's it! You two guys leave me no choice. No television for a week!" In an otherwise not-so-funny movie, that's a pretty funny line.
This week in arthouse cinema: Nuns gone wild, ‘Reservoir Dogs’ and Deadheads unite
An unapologetically raunchy comedy about nuns, Quentin Tarantino's first film and a never-before-seen Grateful Dead concert are highlights of this week's specialty film scene.
NEW AT CIRCLE CINEMA
"A Ghost Story": Casey Affleck follows up his Oscar win for "Manchester By the Sea" with an unusual tale of a man who dies and returns as a ghost to haunt/comfort his wife (Rooney Mara), only to see her life, and his place in the world, change in his absence.
- The Washington TimesBlu-ray reviews: 'Stan & Ollie' and 'The Great Buster: A Celebration'April 6, 2019
- San Antonio Express-NewsHome video: ‘Holmes & Watson’ now streamingMarch 26, 2019
- The Herald-Dispatch'Ralph Breaks the Internet' brings friendship, honesty to big screenMarch 7, 2019
- Houston ChronicleLaurel & Hardy resurrected in moving ‘Stan & Ollie’January 24, 2019
" Kong: Skull Island " (PG-13) Trailer 1 and Trailer 2
Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John Goodman, and John C. Reilly star in the latest "King Kong" remake, but don't call it that. They'd rather you say it's "a completely new original story that redefines the myth of Kong."
Smart Rating: 81.35Genre: Comedy, Musical ComedyStarring: John C. Reilly, Jenna Fischer, Raymond J. BarryFollowing a childhood tragedy, Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) follows a long and winding road to music stardom. Dewey perseveres through changing musical styles, an addiction to nearly every drug known and bouts of uncontrollable rage, until finally, he wins the heart, but not necessarily the body, of his loyal backup singer, Darlene (Jenna Fischer).