Tenacious D bust out a rockabilly jam celebrating the life… ahem, I mean death of rock n’ roll. It was a good run while it lasted. R.I.P. Rock N’ Roll.
Tenacious D are in search of their daily fruit fix, the low hanging kind in fact. And they’re not looking for the sort of fruit that grows on trees, if you know what I mean (psst, they’re talking about sex).
He’s the mysterious figure hanging in the wings of the stage or behind the tour bus talking to the groupies. He’s the roadie – and Danny McBride embraces the myth of this unsung hero of rock.
Like a Phoenix rising up from the ashes, the D is back and about to lay down some metal on the critics who thought they were dead and buried.
You’re going to love it, no matter what, so go see some old friends (and some new ones) put on one heck of a good show.
Trust no one but us when it comes to planning your moviegoing weekend with The Thing, The Skin I Live In, The Big Year or Father of Invention.
Po the Panda, the reunited Wolfpack and a very serious Terrence Malick are looking to make it a Memorial Day Weekend to remember.
Remember the Jack Black that stole High Fidelity and blew everyone away with School of Rock? Don’t look for him here, he is nowhere to be found.
A few weeks ago I ranted about the movie studios releasing tons of movies on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, as if people can’t wait to leave their homes and see a flick. On second thought, I can actually understand families going to the theater on Christmas.
Check out the first look at Gulliver’s Travels starring Jack Black, Jason Segal, Emily Blunt, Amanda Peet and Billy Connolly.
Steve Martin is currently in negotiations to star in The Big Year alongside Owen Wilson and Jack Black, HollywoodReporter.com reports. The film will be directed by Marley & Me director David Frankel and is about three men who compete to try to find the rar…