Tag Archives: Topher Grace
You can pretty much always tell a good rom-com from a bad rom-com just by looking at the cast. After all, most of these things have some preposterous plot contrivance and then a bunch of life lessons, so it's not the story that's going to make a film original, it's the performances.
Director Karyn Kusama's ready to get the party started.
The "Girlfight," "Æon Flux" and "Jennifer's Body" director's now pulled a cast together for her next thriller, "Invitation," which is expect to start production this summer.
Wilson will star as a man who gets an invitation to his ex-wife's dinner party and quickly discovers she and her new pals are up to no good. Nope, this just isn't another "Dinner for Schmucks." This shindig's gonna be deadly.
No word yet on how production on "Invitation" impacts Kusama's other planned project for the year, "The Rut" with Chloe Moretz, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Ray Liotta. Filming on "The Rut" was expected to begin this year, with a 2013 release date anticipated. Get More »
Have you ever been walking through the city, seen one of those street performers painted to look like a statue or a robot and thought to yourself, "I'd hit that?" Well, guess what.
The first trailer for the new indie "The Giant Mechanical Man" is here and chances are once you get a look at "The Office" star Jenna Fischer's efforts to find true love among the painted people, you'll never look at street performers quite the same way again. Get More »
Topher Grace is a bad man.
Okay, so the baby-faced star isn't exactly the first person you might think of for a high octane espionage thriller, but that's about to change, because the new trailer for "The Double" is here and it just may change the way you look at Grace forever.
The dilly: Grace plays an intelligence agent who has dedicated his young life to tracking down an international assassin code-named "Cassius." His partner (Richard Gere), however, is convinced that Cassius is long dead. But the surprising truth will threaten to tear them -- and our country -- apart. Get More »
Mark your calendars, party people. July 19 is going to be one crazy bash!
We can reveal exclusively that "Take Me Home Tonight," the awesome '80-set comedy starring Topher Grace, Anna Faris and Teresa Palmer, will be arriving on Blu-ray and DVD on July from Twentieth Century Fox.
Not only that, we have the brand new cover art as well as a list of all the special features you can look forward to.
As the tagline for the film itself said, July 19 is going to be the Best. Night. Ever! Get More »
Life is but a dream for Topher Grace.
The former "That '70s Show" star will soon be embracing his more serious side as he joins the cast of the family drama "Gently Down the Stream," according to Deadline.
Grace, who was last seen bringing back the '80s in "Take Me Home Tonight," will be playing the role of Jared, a doctor who ends up falling in love with his adopted brother's sister (a situation that probably happens more often than we realize). Get More »
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Make sure you don't drool too much after clicking this link: Screen Junkies counts down the 25 best bikini scenes from film history.
Crikey, blokes, this isn't bloody madness, THIS IS XERXES! New York Magazine confirms that the slow-mo, action-packed "300" sequel "Xerxes" will be directed by quirky, British gangster mastermind Guy Ritchie.
ComingSoon has the first still of Hugo Weaving as Red Skull in the patriotic and explosive "Captain America: The First Avenger." Geez, and we thought Agent Smith was a horrifying villain.
It's an '80s overload in under four minutes!
The cast of "Take Me Home Tonight" has conjured quite the valentine to 1980s cinema with this music video to Atomic Tom's cover of a quintessential '80s hit, Human League's "Don't You Want Me."
Watch as Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Teresa Palmer and Dan Fogler join forces on the dance floor to recreate some key moments from a heck of a lot of '80s classics (and a few from before and after the '80s, but hey, it's the thought that counts). Get More »
The '80s are alive and well and living with Topher Grace.
You've got to see the trailer for "Take Me Home Tonight." Even if you weren't even born yet in 1988, there is so much to cherish. The trailer's barely even begun and there's a reference to Suncoast Video (and it isn't the last, either). Get More »