Quick question: what were you doing last night? Were you on 'Chelsea Lately' to celebrate Chelsea Handler's final show? No? Are you sure? Because everyone was there.
Released in 1993, 'Demolition Man' tells the story of John Spartan (Sylvester Stallone), a loose cannon cop, and Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes), a violent criminal -- both cryogenically frozen in Los Angeles in 1996. Flash forward to 2032: the city has become a peaceful, non-violent place, but Phoenix has escaped prison, and there's only one man tough enough to stop him: the city's naive police force awakens Spartan to help put a stop to Phoenix's madness once and for all, teaming him up with a Lieutenant (Sandra Bullock) to get him acclimated to the modern era of law enforcement.
20 years later, we revisit the cast of this wacky, satirical action flick and see what they're up to now.
Everyone remembers the scene in 'Big' when Tom Hanks plays "Chopsticks" on the novelty piano with just his feet. Hanks recently appeared on 'The Jonathan Ross Show' to relive the magic with the host, but then we got a special surprise: Sandra Bullock, who was on hand to promote 'Gravity,' joined in the fun. And even more impressive: Bullock can play "Chopsticks" in high heels!
As it turns out, 'Gravity' didn't need any help in the marketing department. Expertly handled by Warner Bros., the film opened to over $55 million setting box-office records and career-bests for Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. But, now we have a look at some alternative 'Gravity' posters that give a different look at what could've been when it came to marketing 'Gravity' to the masses.
'The Heat' was one of this summer's surprise hits making over $200 million worldwide. Almost immediately a writer was hired to write 'The Heat 2' and a sequel was in motion, but Fox forgot one important thing: asking Sandra Bullock if she had interest in returning. The Oscar-winning actress flatly told The Wrap at the 'Gravity' premiere in Los Angeles, "I’m not doing a sequel to 'The Heat.'"
“Film as dream, film as music. No form of art goes beyond ordinary consciousness as film does, straight to our emotions, deep into the twilight room of the soul.” - Ingmar Bergman.
Is it appropriate to open a review for a sci-fi film, a Sandra Bullock movie, with a quote as heavy-handed as this one? Since I did it, obviously I think so, because the only other phrase I could think of that would tersely sum up my feelings toward 'Gravity' goes something like, “Aggghghghghghhhdhhghhhh! *droool *drool *drool” and that makes me look like an idiot.
As we get more engrossed in 2014 Oscars talk, Alfonso Cuaron's ('Children of Men') 'Gravity,' starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, is looking more like a frontrunner every day. Warner Bros. has released a new batch of images for the film, taking us behind the scenes and debuting new breathtaking stills.
Now that the film has had a festival showing or two, Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' is already the talk of the Oscar circuit. Considering the trailers make this look like an edge of your seat science fiction thriller, that must say something great about the movie. Here's the latest trailer, which plays up the film's incredible-looking special effects.
Early in the game, candidates for 2014 Oscar nominations are written down in pencil. A lot can happen between now and the morning Oscar’s nominations are revealed, and the game changes often.