Sometimes great artistry comes from coloring inside the lines.
Walt Disney Animation's newest film, 'Frozen,' does precious little to push the boundaries of narrative storytelling. Indeed, it is a quite predictable – might I even suggest formulaic - culmination of elements. While picking over the bones of a half-remembered Hans Christian Andersen story, 'The Snow Queen,' Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck's film expands certain themes, disposes of some characters and, of course, modernizes a bit for contemporary audiences. However, miraculously, this doesn't feel like a Xerox of a Xerox impersonating a classic Disney film. There's precious little winking; hardly any of the 'Shrek'-effect. 'Frozen' has enough of the goods to play it straight and succeed on its own terms. It is a major entry in family-friendly entertainment, one that ought to reverberate for years with tie-in toys and stage productions.
We were excited enough to hear that comedy legend and occasional Oscars host Billy Crystal would return to TV for the forthcoming FX single camera pilot 'The Comedians,' but he certainly won't be doing it alone. 'jOBS' star and former '1600 Penn' lead Josh Gad has signed on for the leading role opposite Billy Crystal, but what will 'The Comedians' have to say about the state of the game?
When we first saw Ashton Kutcher all dressed up as the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, we were blown away by the authentic transformation. Now we can finally get a taste of his Jobs acting chops in the first 'jOBS' trailer, released by Open Road Films.
One of the biggest films to premiere at Sundance in the coming week is 'jOBS,' the biopic about the late Apple founder Steve Jobs, and we've got a peek at stars Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad in the lead roles of Jobs and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, respectively.
Sounds like Ashton Kutcher will share his Apple with ‘The Book of Mormon’ star Josh Gad. Kutcher was somewhat infamously cast as iconic Apple CEO Steve Jobs but which legendary tech pioneer will the Tony-nominated actor Gad star as?
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