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Marlon Wayans on frighteningly funny ‘A Haunted House 2′

“I think a lot of funny people are really tormented souls. I’m not. I’m just crazy,” admitted Marlon Wayans in a loud, boisterous voice at a roundtable discussion at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel on Monday morning. The youngest and arguably most successful sibling of the comedic Wayans family franchise is currently on a multi-city press tour to […]

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ packs more action, substance than first installment

Unless you have been hiding under a particularly large and soundproof rock over the last couple of years, it’s almost guaranteed that you’ve heard of The Avengers , the 2012 superhero movie that combined a roster of Marvel Comics’  most iconic characters into a single movie. The conclusion of Phase One of the “Marvel Cinematic Universe,” […]

INTERVIEW: Bad Words from good guy Jason Bateman

Jason Bateman isn’t a bad guy at all. He doesn’t even play one on TV. For a few years about a decade ago, his beleaguered Michael Bluth on Fox’s Arrested Development went to near-superhuman lengths to remain “a good guy.” But deep down, something sinister smoldered. The bad guy needed a turn. “We all have this guy […]

Aaron Paul has a Need for Speed, puts indies in neutral

After his tenure as Jesse Pinkman on the Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul has Hollywood at his feet. Not only did Paul showcase his dramatic flexibility, but he also remained faithful to a complex project despite its initial commercial failure. In Hollywood terms, Paul is a film dream: a talented actor with the charisma to turn any […]

Liam Neeson flops in Non-Stop

Liam Neeson’s most recent effort in the once-Oscar-winner-turned-action-hero’s series of gruff federal agent movies, Non-Stop, is quite the failed experiment. The promising airplane thriller unfortunately proved to be an unintentionally campy, often embarrassingly funny shamble of a film with a most ridiculous plot and the most laughable dialogue. Neeson plays Federal Air Marshal Bill Marks […]