Released in 1991 and directed by Ridley Scott, 'Thelma and Louise' starred Geena Davis as housewife Thelma, convinced by the headstrong Louise (Susan Sarandon) to go on a fun road trip that quickly devolves into a nightmare for the two women, turning them into fugitives from the law. The film was a commercial and critical success, was nominated for six Academy Awards -- including Best Actress for both Davis and Sarandon -- and won the Oscar for Best Screenplay. Twenty-three years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to these days.
Back in 1990, before Johnny Depp was the major A-list actor he is today, he starred in the John Waters cult musical comedy 'Cry-Baby,' about a conservative girl in 1950s Baltimore who falls for a rebellious bad boy against her mother's wishes. A parody of classic musicals like 'Grease,' the movie wasn't a major success at the time, but went on to become a beloved cult classic and inspire a Broadway musical. Twenty-four years later, we revisit the cast of the film that helped make Depp famous and see what they're up to now.
Just last month, Robert Rodriguez revved up his new TV network, El Rey, which features a whole lot of badass programming curated by Rodriguez and his team. This Sunday, March 9, the network will be hosting a pretty sweet double feature of Quentin Tarantino's 'Reservoir Dogs' and Rodriguez's debut film, 'El Mariachi.' To celebrate this awesome night of programming, we have the exclusive debut of El Rey's poster for the event, created by artist Kurt Volk.
Released in 1999, 'Big Daddy' starred Adam Sandler in his comedic prime as a lazy 30-something bachelor who is dumped by his girlfriend. After having the illegitimate son of his best friend dumped on his doorstep, he decides to prove to his ex that he can take responsibility by pretending that he's adopted a kid. The heartwarming comedy was a major success at the box office, further solidifying the career of Sandler. Fifteen years later we look back at the cast of this modern classic and see what they're up to now.
Welcome back to 'Girls' Talk, where we at ScreenCrush are joined each week by critics to discuss the latest episode of the hit series. On this week's episode, Hannah has to take a trip to visit her ailing grandma Flo, played by 'Nebraska' star June Squibb, and while she leaves the drama of her friends behind in the city, she finds plenty of drama happening with her family.
The first trailer for indie horror flick 'Afflicted' has arrived, and before you dismiss this new found-footage-style film as yet another gimmick, you should give the trailer a chance. The film, which played at Fantastic Fest 2013 in Austin last year, was praised for its unique spin on the genre, with many critics comparing it to Josh Trank's 'Chronicle,' but with a surprise twist of its own.
Released in 1999, teen rom-com '10 Things I Hate About You' was based on the William Shakespeare play 'The Taming of the Shrew' and made stars out of Julia Stiles, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the late, great Heath Ledger with its complex, hilarious and heartfelt tale of dating gone awry. Fifteen years later, we revisit the cast of this modern classic and see what they're up to now.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Girls,' Hannah has to take a trip out of town when her grandma (guest star June Squibb of 'Nebraska') Flo falls ill -- but even with her usual friends out of the picture, there's still plenty of drama, as her mother and aunts squabble over Flo's belongings and Hannah has to put up with her uptight cousin Rebecca.
On tonight's all-new, penultimate episode of 'True Detective' (we know, we can hardly believe it's almost over, either), Marty and Rust reunite in present day -- it's time to pay their old debt on the Dora Lange case, and the cases of every other missing woman and child in Louisiana who went unnoticed. The detectives team up to attempt to solve the mystery of Carcosa and the Yellow King once and for all, and they come chillingly closer than ever.
With production on the new 'Terminator' reboot set to begin this April and original Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger set to make his return, we've been anxious to hear more details -- and while we still don't know any specifics, we know this: Schwarzenegger himself has seen the script for the film, and he definitely approves.