Hollywood, CA – January 14, 2020: Will Smith and Martin Lawrence attend the Los Angeles Premiere of Columbia Pictures BAD BOYS FOR LIFE.
Bad Boys was a box office hit when it was released in 1995. Bad Boys II did more than twice the business of the first. So it seemed to be a no-brainer that a third would be sure to follow. But fans waited… and waited… and waited. Finally, when it appeared that all hope was lost, that the possibility of a sequel was as distant as a My Mother the Car TV reboot, we got the news — Bad Boys For Life was a go. What happened? Why, after all this time, did Martin Lawrence and Will Smith think the time was right for the long-awaited film? (Click on the media bar below to hear Will Smith & Martin Lawrence)
Bad Boys For Life is playing now in theaters. And now, we’re patiently waiting for news on My Mother the Car.
There’s no denying that the Harley Quinn character marches to the beat of a different drummer. That’s one of the things Margot Robbie loves about playing her. While Harley Quinn is undoubtedly a free spirit, she’s also a little bit out of her mind. Sure, that made things a little more difficult for Robbie as she was filming Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey, but she told us it also made it a lot more fun. (Click on the media bar below to hear Margot Robbie)
Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey is playing now in theaters.
If there’s anybody who knows the power and potential of American Idol, it would be Adam Lambert. The show has opened doors and created opportunities for Lambert beyond his wildest dreams, from hit albums and sold-out tours to serving as frontman for the legendary band Queen. With a new album, Velvet, coming out next month, Lambert told us he’s forever grateful to Idol for not just the opportunities it’s given him, but the lessons it taught him. (Click on the media bar below to hear Adam Lambert)
Through their eight seasons on Homeland,Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin have been part of stories high on political intrigue, infused with a heightened sense of realism by the real-life intelligence personnel who have consulted with the stars, writers, and producers over the years. Having been privy to those conversations and those stories, Danes and Patinkin told us they feel like they’ve gained a much more informed and enlightened view when it comes to talking about politics and current events. (Click on the media bar below to hear Claire Danes & Mandy Patinkin)
Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss, centered) and police officers in “The Invisible Man,” written and directed by Leigh Whannell.
The classic H.G. Wells science-fiction story The Invisible Man has been made into several different movies, and each one has treated the source material differently. Elisabeth Moss, who stars in the newest version, told us she loves what writer/director Leigh Whannell has done with it: He’s used it to put a fun little spin on the horror genre. (Click on the media bar below to hear Elisabeth Moss)
The Invisible Man will be in theaters on February 28.
Over the course of six seasons, Schitt’s Creek has become a cult hit. Along the way, it’s also become a critics’ favorite, earning four nominations at last year’s Emmy Awards, including one for Outstanding Comedy Series. For the Levys, Schitt’s Creek is also a family affair. Dan Levy created the series, and he co-stars on the show with father Eugene and sister Sarah. When he first conceived of the show, Dan says he was initially reluctant to get his famous father involved, but ultimately realized there was no better man for the job. (Click on the media bar below to hear Dan Levy)