In 1998, Wes Anderson released his second film, 'Rushmore,' which followed the life of eccentric teenager Max Fischer (Jason Schwartzman), his friendship with the wealthy and lonely Herman Blume (Bill Murray), and their fight for the affection of a beautiful elementary school teacher. Co-written by Anderson and Owen Wilson, 'Rushmore' helped further Anderson's career and put Schwartzman on the map. Now, 16 years later, we revisit the cast of this indie favorite and see what they're up to now.
Amazon Studios' initial pilot season drew plenty of attention for its concept in letting viewers choose which new series went to production, exciting us all with the concept of a 'Zombieland' continuation, thought the streaming service ultimately opted for the more demure 'Alpha House' and 'Betas.' Round 2 has arrived, as Amazon made available 10 new pilots from the likes of 'X-Files' creator Chris Carter's 'The After' to Jason Schwartzman's 'Mozart in the Jungle'!
Back in 2011, 'Bored to Death' fans were disappointed (albeit not entirely surprised) to hear that HBO would decline a fourth season of the Jonathan Ames-written, Jason Schwartzman-starring noir comedy. Early this year, however, we were equally surprised and delighted to hear that HBO had officially green-lit development of a TV movie to wrap up the series, but what might change in between season 3 and the movie? Series creator Jonathan Ames himself previews what Jonathan, Ray and Christopher will get up to in the 'Bored to Death' movie inside!
Months ago, 'Bored to Death' fans were disappointed, though not altogether surprised to learn that HBO had opted not to produce a fourth season of the critically acclaimed, yet underrated and star-studded series. As with any cancelled TV series, talk of a revival movie immediately began, but now it seems HBO has officially added a 'Bored to Death' movie to its development slate! Find out who will return for a potential 'Bored to Death' movie inside!
Whether or not 'Parks and Recreation' season 5 proves to be the last outing for Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson and their 'Parks' department co-workers, the fifth season might be its most star-studded to date. Joining the ranks of numerous real-life politicians, Lucy Lawless and Christie Brinkley, frequent Wes Anderson player and former 'Bored to Death' star Jason Schwartzman is the next famous face to show up in Pawnee. So, who will the former 'Rushmore' star play?
'A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III' offers the return of Roman Coppola to the director's chair. Roman, son of Francis Ford Coppola and brother to Sofia, hasn't helmed a feature film since 2002's 'CQ' and for his return to the big screen, he's brought Charlie Sheen, Bill Murray and cousin Jason Schwartzman along for the ride.