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The Word from SXSW: ‘Joe’ Gives Nicolas Cage the Comeback He Deserves
Mar 11, 2014
From our review of :
“There’s no place for ironic love in movie stardom. If someone is a movie star, you want to see them perform based on that star power; nobody watches Brad Pitt ironically. Yet, here’s the place Cage finds himself in in 2012 — he’s half-man, half-Internet meme. The fact that there may be no turning back for Cage, that the audience already sees him as a bit of a joke, is maddening.”
It’s a couple of years later, and public perception of Cage hasn’t changed much. It wasn’t that long ago that Quentin Tarantino once singled out Cage as his favorite working actor, and noted that his career was built on being routinely miscast then rising to the occasion. Now, more ink has been spent on the liquidation of his comic collection and castle than in career retrospect. He’s the subject of novelty-magnet sets and faddish Tumblr jokes, and picks easy-to-mock action junk like Left Behind and Stolen as star vehicles.
David Gordon Green’s Joe will be seen as a comeback for the Oscar-winning actor, even though he never quite left the spotlight. It doesn’t make sense that the world would need to be reminded that Cage is immensely talented, when the body of work is right there for anyone to see at any given time. Even if the last few years of his career have been called into question, he still managed a series of box office hits within that time (The Croods, Kick-Ass, G-Force, Knowing) while the smarter-than crowd was derisively snickering at his brand name. If you repeat something long enough, then it must be true, right? Cage was a whacko ham who picked nothing but lousy flops.
The Cage in Joe is the Cage many of us have recognized all along. He’s not an actor who can coast; he has to stay interested (which leads to odd bits of his own devising, like chowing down on red jellybeans from a goblet as a character tic in Ghost Rider). The material has to allow him some room to play. And he plays better with some than others; his on-screen experimentation has led him down some roads to great reward (Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans being a more recent example).
During a panel at SXSW, Green said Cage asked if his character could play the pan flute in the nude at one point in Joe. Green declined Cage’s unusual request, but not every director does. One gets a sense from this anecdote that Cage gets off on spontaneity. He values the freedom to push a little and say “let me try this thing.” That process has steamrolled some directors into indulging the actor beyond their own artistic interests, but it’s also created some iconic Cage performances under the right circumstances.
For that reason, I don’t want Cage tamed. I want him to have the freedom to ask if he can do things that sound ridiculous. Nude flute-playing wouldn’t have been appropriate for Joe, but the fact that he even asked shows a curious mind — an artist’s mind, really. There are few movie stars who’ve been around as long as Cage who are as willing to make mistakes for the sake of the occasional happy accident.
Joe, from Larry Brown’s novel of the same name, places Cage as the title figure in a violent, almost oppressively grim drama about manhood set in rural East Texas. Tye Sheridan, racking up quite an early career with this film, Mud and Tree of Life, is teen Gary, trying to be the most decent person he can be, against all odds. He’s driven to be the opposite of his redneck wino father, a nearly feral monster of a human being. Gary accepts a job poisoning trees for a lumber company from Joe, and despite Joe’s own troublemaking and violent streak, is the best example of a man the boy has ever seen. As the two shift from coworkers to friends, it places Joe in direct opposition to Gary’s father, where Joe’s own simmering temper will be put to the test.
Gary’s father is played by Gary Poulter, who Green discovered at a bus stop instead of a traditional casting call. Poulter struggled with homelessness and alcoholism himself (he died in 2013), and the character of Wade is so frighteningly realistic, you just assume that he exists — that it isn’t an actor at play. He’s got the unhinged look of a real drunk; that horrifying quick-change temperament of a rattlesnake that signals a warning to the base of your brain. Poulter upstages the professional actors in Joe with his own authenticity. He’s terrifying. Cage told , “I’m not a trained actor. I’m just someone who grew up watching movies and found my own way, my own style, my own craft. And in very much the same way, so was Gary Poulter. He was a street performer. He found his own way.”
It’s a strong foil for Cage to work against. It can be a challenge placing a big star in the middle of a piece like this. Their public persona can distract an audience from whatever authenticity the actor is working toward. You can’t see the character; you only see the actor. Cage slips into the role of this bruiser so believably, that if there’s an audience acknowledgment of the movie star within, it’s because we’re being reminded that, yeah, this is how Cage became a movie star in the first damned place — by being a remarkable actor.
If there are happy accidents in Joe, they’re a seamless part of the whole piece, and if you’ve already brushed off Cage as a has-been, this film should prove you dead wrong.
Following its premiere at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, Joe will officially arrive in theaters on April 11. Check out more of our coverage of this year’s .
Gone Viral: Kevin Bacon Explains the ’80s to Millennials, Plus ‘True Detective’ Season Two Footage
Mar 11, 2014
We’re not sure what’s going on with Kevin Bacon lately, but we definitely like this new comedic side the actor has been showing over the past year.
Last week, a 2013 clip featuring the star in a hilarious was making the rounds again. This week, Bacon’s starring in a funny public service announcement aimed at reminding millennials about life in the ‘80s.
Bacon name-checks Sbarros (which is going bankrupt again), the Rubik’s Cube, Blockbuster Video and the Cold War while reminding those of you who were born after 1985 that you’ll never know the life-changing comfort of a pair of parachute pants. (We’re with Bacon – we kinda miss the ‘80s.)
Check out the clip, grab your Members Only jacket, and take a trip down memory lane. [via ]
Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Rogen reveal True Detective 2
People are still buzzing about Sunday night’s True Detective finale, but Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Rogen are already hard at work on the second season of the HBO hit.
Kimmel revealed an exclusive look at season two recently, and it seems like the next set of episodes won’t miss a beat. Time is indeed a flat circle, and if you fall, Seth Rogen will catch you time after time.
Warning! This story contains MAJOR SPOILERS!
Just as directed the post-credit scene for , it has now been confirmed that director has directed a post-credit scene that introduces three new characters and ties directly into . Stop reading now if you don’t want to know any more.
The scene in question features Baron Von Strucker (), who is hiding in his underground laboratory after the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA, where his men have Loki’s scepter contained. He is holding Quicksilver () and Scarlet Witch () as prisoners, giving us our first look at these two anticipated additions to the Marvel cinematic universe. Here, we see Quicksilver using his super fast speed to bounce from one side of his cell to the other, while Scarlet uses her mental powers to build blocks. Von Strucker proclaims, “The Age of Miracles is upon us!” And this is how mutants will be set up in the Disney owned movies.
Marvel’s head of production and producer of these Phase Two adventures confirmed with that did step into direct this teaser.
There is a second post-credit sequence, which finds The Winter Soldier learning about his true identity. That sequence was directed by ‘s own and .
comes to theaters and stars , , , , , , , . The film is directed by , .
Sony Pictures has released the first clip from , which features Spider-Man () trying to talk Max Dillon () out of hurting anybody with his new powers. We also catch a glimpse of Gwen Stacy () who has come to watch her boyfriend Peter, after he’s promised not to put himself in any more danger.
comes to theaters and stars , , , , , , , . The film is directed by .
From IFC Films and director comes the romantic dramedy starring , and . Based on the short stories of , the plot follows a young girl who tries to set her nanny up with her father, who just happens to be a recovering drug addict. Watch the pain of new romance unfold in this first look footage before it hits select theaters on April 11.
comes to theaters and stars , , , , , , , . The film is directed by .
What a great movie.
The story is about a man as a vision of an upcoming disaster causes him to take drastic action by building a shelter in his backyard. Yet this comes at a price as his work and family life is thrown into disarray and his own sanity is called into question. This movie has a chilling and scary start and the ending made me go uh?. The acting is superb and the CG was not bad.
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In the 1970′s, Mel Brooks and Monty Python made spoof films a fixture in American movie theaters. In the years that have followed, we’ve even seen franchises like, Scary Movie, Date Movie, Epic Movie, and Superhero Movie, but when was the last time you saw a spoof that was actually any good? Because of my love of the Hunger Games, I actually gave it’s spoof a chance and I’m sorry I did. There were a lot of things here that could have been made fun of, but they weren’t. The film gets so desperate that they actually turn to Avatar, The Avengers, and the action star of the Expendables, to make the thing long enough to be a full length film. I understand that the purpose behind spoof films is to be so ridiculous, that people laugh at how stupid it is, but there is a point where it is so beyond stupid and childish, that no one finds it funny anymore. The Starving Games quickly crosses this line and doesn’t go back. It’s a comedy making fun of one of my favorite series of all-time, a series I know like the back of my hand, and I hardly laughed. The only thing this film does well is cast actors who closely resemble the cast of the Hunger Games franchise. Beyond that, the acting is terrible, the jokes wouldn’t even make children laugh, and the story is so out there, that eventually you’re not even sure what they are doing. While spoofing big movies has become big business, this one does nothing but annoy everyone who was dumb enough to watch it.
Check Out This Exclusive Deleted Scene from the ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’
Mar 11, 2014
Good news for you classy fans itching to watch in the comfort of your sexy living rooms: your exhaustively long wait is just about over. While last year’s funniest sequel won’t arrive on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD until April 1, both the theatrical version and the unrated version will be available via digital on iTunes and Xbox beginning today, March 11.
To celebrate, Ron Burgundy sent us over this exclusive deleted scene from the movie, which is featured on its digital release.
What’s that? Now you want to know what else is featured on the digital release? Man, you’re demanding. Okay, fine. Here’s what else you get:
Anchorman iTunes Extras:
Get over an hour of all-new, outrageously funny special features with iTunes Extras! Join the cast and crew as they go behind-the-scenes of the Newsroom and get an inside look at the making of the ‘RV Tumble.’ Plus laugh ‘till it hurts at the hilarious gag reel, 10 never-before-seen deleted & alternate scenes, outtakes and more!
The wait is over, America — Ron Burgundy is back and in an all-new UNRATED CUT, too outrageous for theaters! Purchase the new unrated cut and connect with Xbox SmartGlass to get even more hilarious newsroom hi-jinks with outtakes, alternate scenes and on-set photography, all time-synched with the film. Plus get over an hour of additional content including an inside look at creating the 24-Hour News Network, the making of the RV Tumble, a hilarious gag-reel and more!
And here’s info on what that Blu-ray combo back includes, which hits shelves on April 1.
ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES Blu-ray Combo Pack
The ANCHORMAN 2: THE LEGEND CONTINUES Blu-ray Disc™ 1 is presented in 1080p high definition with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, English SDH, French and Spanish subtitles. The Blu-ray Disc 2 is presented in 1080p high definition with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and English, English SDH, French and Spanish subtitles. The DVD in the combo pack is presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 TVs with English 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, French and Spanish subtitles. The combo pack includes access to a Digital copy of the film as well as the following:
Blu-ray Disc 1
· Feature film in high definition (Unrated Version)
o Commentary by Adam McKay, Judd Apatow, Will Ferrell, Steve Carell,
Paul Rudd & David Koechner
· Feature film in high definition (Theatrical Version)
· Behind-the-Scenes: Newsroom—Inside the making of the film
· Gag Reel, Parts 1 & 2
· Line-O-Rama, Parts 1 & 2—Non-stop alternate lines from the film
· Welcome to the Dolphin Show—Ron Burgundy takes on the crowd
· Catfight—Christina Applegate vs. Meagan Good with hilarious one-liners
· News-O-Rama—Ron and the News Team bring you the headlines
· Kench-O-Rama—Mashup of Kench Allenby’s most Australian moments
· Cast Table Read
Blu-ray Disc 2
· Feature film in high definition (Super-Sized R-Rated Version)
o Anchorman 2: The Musical—A look at the musical sequel that almost was
o RV—Dissecting the RV tumble
o Baxter & Doby—The lovable animals of Anchorman 2
o News Fight—Inside the biggest, baddest all-star celebrity brawl
· Deleted Scenes
· Extended & Alternate Scenes
· Previsualizations—RV, Shark Attack and News Fight sequences
· Auditions—Featuring Meagan Good, Dylan Baker and Amy Poehler
· Benefit for 826LA: “Spoiler Alert”—A special tribute to Anchorman 2
· Feature film in standard definition (Theatrical Version)
The Blu-ray Combo Pack available for purchase includes a Digital Version of the film that can be accessed through UltraViolet™, a new way to collect, access and enjoy movies. With UltraViolet, consumers can add movies to their digital collection in the cloud, and then stream or download them—reliably and securely—to a variety of devices.