For decades, Robert Downey Sr. has been cherished as a key figure in the American film underground, directing unabashedly countercultural pictures during the ’60s and ’70s, and carrying right on through to the present day. (Most famous of all was 1969’s Putney Swope, a razor-sharp satire of advertising and race on Madison Avenue that billed itself as the “Truth and Soul Movie.”) Downey’s showbiz background got his good-lookin’ son into the industry from a young age, but a new item from TheWrap today indicates that Junior will soon join the real family business and take the director’s chair for the very first time.
Whether or not you enjoy USA's long-running con-man comedy 'Psych,' there's no denying its ridiculous reverence for all things '80s. John Hughes' "Brat Pack" in particular has long been a target of 'Psych's endless references, from casting to conversation. To date, they're just two actors shy of having featured all five major stars of 'The Breakfast Club,' now to be remedied with Antho