It’s a rare film that manages to stay with the viewer for days after seeing it. Five Minutes of Heaven is just such a film. A tense, taut drama directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, it tells a familiar tale in a remarkably personal way, allowing it to hit home with astounding strength. The film focuses on […]
WWE and Blumhouse Entertainment are teaming up for new thriller “Incarnate,” starring Aaron Eckhart. The film will star Eckhart as an exorcist who taps into the mind of a nine-year-old who has been possessed by a demon. Brad Peyton is set to helm the project, with Ronnie Christensen penning the screenplay. For more information on […]
Danny Boyle may have won his Oscar for directing Slumdog Millionaire, but I wholeheartedly believe 1996’s Trainspotting is his best work to date. A strange and wonderful film, it is at once buoyantly joyful and bitterly dark, yanking the viewer into a world that terrifies and enthralls. The film follows “Renton” (Ewan McGregor), a Scottish […]
Marvel has confirmed that Elizabeth Olson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson will play Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver in the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron. Quicksilver will also appear in 2014′s X-Men: Days of Future Past, though he will be played by Evan Peters. Olson and Taylor-Johnson are also set to star together in Frank Darabont’s 2014 Godzilla reboot. For more […]
I like to think of Rachel Getting Married as the film for which Anne Hathaway really should have won an Oscar. A glorious cinematic tour de force, it’s undoubtedly her finest film to date – not only due to her own performance, but also because of the sheer brilliance of what director Jonathan Demme has built around […]
The five surviving members of comedy troupe Monty Python are reuniting for a stage show. Those performing will include John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, and Terry Jones. “We’re getting together and putting on a show — it’s real,” Jones said. “I’m quite excited about it. I hope it makes us a lot […]
It seems that there’s never any shortage of films about dysfunctional families at holiday gatherings. Cold Turkey is the latest addition to the category, and it doesn’t bring much to the table. An empty, frivolous film, it’s got little in the way of intelligence and nothing in the way of heart Written and directed by […]
OCU Stage II is producing a Spanish play, Tried and True, for the first time in Englis
The School of Theater is offering early movie screening tickets to its students
NBC has ordered a pilot for Bad Judge, a comedy set to star Kate Walsh as a criminal court judge. The series will be penned by Chat Kultgen, who will also coproduce the series with Walsh, Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, and Anne Heche. To read more on the show, click here. Star Partners and Hummingbird Productions […]
As someone who isn’t too fond of Wes Anderson’s feature films, I was pleasantly surprised by Castello Cavalcanti, an eight-minute short commissioned by Prada that stars Jason Schwartzman as a 1950s race car driver who has an unfortunate crash in a small Italian town. Though certainly stylish, it’s a little subtler than Anderson’s usual efforts, and […]
Jack Black and Tim Robbins have signed on to star in HBO’s upcoming series The Brink. The dark comedy will follow three men as they deal with a geopolitical crisis. Black will play a Foreign Service officer, while Robbins has been cast as the U.S. Secretary of State. The two will also serve as producers on […]
Street Scene, composed by Kurt Weill with lyrics by Langston Hughes, is a Broadway opera that combines catchy 1940s music with tragedy. The story follows the working-class Maurrant family and their neighbors in a tenement on the East Side of Manhattan in 1946
Registrar Charlie Monnot leads a double life.
Actually, as a local theater performer, he leads multiple lives when he’s not in his office in Clara E. Jones Administration Building.
Black Student Association is now accepting acts to perform in the sixth annual OCU’s Got Talent competition.
A&E is planning a documentary series about the Wahlberg brothers. The show, entitled Wahlburgers, will give a behind-the-scenes look into a hamburger restaurant that Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg opened in their hometown of Dorcester, Massachusetts. The series will premiere on A&E on January 22, 2014 at 10:30 pm. For more information, click here. Anna Karenina director […]
The upcoming Free Movie Night has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 12.
One of the highlights of the ABCs of Death 2 short film contest is M is for Marble, a delightfully horrific three-minute short from Zac Blair. The plot centers on an inanimate object that manages to wreak havoc on three roommates. Blair’s got a definite flair for visual tension, and the camera work is superb. To watch the film […]
James Badge Dale has joined Cate Blanchett in the cast of writer-director David Mamet’s upcoming Blackbird. Dale will play a military major trying to discover the truth about his grandfather who worked for the US special ops in the 1960s. For more on the project and on Dale’s career, click here. The Bold and the […]
It’s very easy to dismiss David Gordon Green as a frivolous filmmaker, considering that his two biggest releases, Pineapple Express and Your Highness, fall into the stoner comedy genre. However, a deeper look into his filmography reveals a different, more nuanced side of his directorial style. For an example, one need look no further than All the Real […]
Paramount Production Studio is offering fans the opportunity to see Anchorman 2 two days early. “Supertickets” for the screenings will go on sale on November 26. The studio has not yet provided ticket prices or any additional details, but fans can register at AnchormanMovie.com for more information. To read more on supertickets and on Anchorman 2, click […]
Fans of stand-up comedy will love Omid Singh’s Subway, in which the comedian and filmmaker recounts the tale of an unfortunate public transportation experience. The three-minute short combines shots of Singh telling his story with a dramatization of the event, doubling the humor and delivering maximum impact in a brief amount of time. A winner at […]
Daniel Radcliffe is set to star in Gold, which tells the story of athlete Sebastian Cole’s rivalry with Steve Ovett in the years leading up to the 1980 Olympic Games. The film will be directed by The Woman In Black helmer James Watkins, with a script by Slumdog Millionaire scribe Simon Beaufoy and How to Train Your Dragon screenwriter Will Davies. […]
Paramount has moved the release date of Martin Scorsese’s upcoming The Wolf of Wall Street from November 15 to December 25. The move was reportedly based on Scorsese’s ability to finish the film in time. The movie is based on Jordan Belfort’s memoir of the same name and will star Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, and Matthew McConaughey. […]