In the first 'Horrible Bosses' film, the team of Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day faced down a trio of awful employers and rode the box office to the tune of $117 million. Since those bosses were played by Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell, the upcoming 'Horrible Bosses 2' will have to up the ante. With Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine being eyed for the sequel, consider the ante officially upped.
Terry Gilliam returns with his follow-up to 2009's 'The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus' with the equally divisive 'The Zero Theorem.' Christoph Waltz plays Qohen Leth, a computer and math whiz who is tasked by his enigmatic boss (Matt Damon, doing his best Karl Lagerfeld impression) to solve the impossible zero theorem -- a nihilistic mathematical equation that would effectively prove that the world means nothing. Along the way, Qohen finds plenty of meaning, though Gilliam practically bludgeons his audience to get there.
A 'Tarzan' remake with David Yates of the 'Harry Potter' franchise attached to direct has long been in development, and has actually not been officially greenlit as of yet. However, Warner Bros. is looking to culminate a top-notch cast to help get this film made, and Oscar-winning 'Django Unchained' star Christoph Waltz has been added in a villainous role.
Tim Burton has lined up his next project, and it's 'Big Eyes,' the long-in-development biography of Margaret and Walter Keane, who painted those big eyed pictures of children. And for his leads he's got Amy Adams and recent Oscar winner Christoph Waltz.
It was one of the most hotly contested categories at the 2013 Academy Awards, but Christoph Waltz squeaked ahead of some very tough competition and took home some Oscar gold, winning Best Supporting Actor for his role in Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained.' This was not an easy victory, especially since every nominee in this category was a past winner!
'SNL' is back with a real actor this week, after having musicians host two weeks in a row. Christoph Waltz of 'Django Unchained' drops by to spruce things up, but how did he do?
Saturday Night Live doesn't often tackle religion, but when it rains, it pours! You may have already seen the instantly viral 'Djesus Uncrossed,' but have you seen the fake advertisement for a service that assists Popes with their retirement plans? It manages to combine relevant comedy with a spot-on commercial parody, effectively killing two SNL birds with one stone. Check it out below.
With 'Inglourious Basterds' and 'Django Unchained' star Christoph Waltz hosting, it was inevitable that last night's Saturday Night Live would contain some kind of Quentin Tarantino parody...and oh boy, did they deliver in the most offensively hilarious way possible. There's no reason for Tarantino to make a third historical revenge film now -- SNL has done it for him with 'Djesus Uncrossed.'
There can be no denying that 'SNL' has mostly played its hand of tapping musical acts as hosts given recent turns from Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and last week's mediocre Justin Bieber hour, but will 'Django Unchained' star Christoph Waltz rescue us? The Quentin Tarantino favorite will take the 'Saturday Night Live' stage for the first time with musical guest the Alabama Shakes, but is the notably foreign star up to the task? Preview Christoph Waltz's 'SNL' hosting gig this Saturday with the latest previews inside!
"Did you ever think about changing your name to Christoph Breakdance?" So says Zach Galifianakis to Oscar-nominee Christoph Waltz in the triumphant return of the Funny or Die series "Between Two Ferns." Joining Zach in this special 2013 Oscar mega-edition are nominees Jennifer Lawrence, Naomi Watts, Christoph Waltz, Anne Hathaway and Amy Adams.