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Screen siren Tawny Kitaen returns to our screens on the hunt for a killer in After Midnight, the sizzling and suspenseful new film from renowned filmmaker Fred Olen Ray (the man behind one of my favourite horror B-movies, Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers).
When an exotic dancer is murdered at a seedy strip club, her sister Constance (Catherine Annette – Silent But Deadly), a TV newscaster, goes undercover to find the killer. While working at the club, she quickly realizes that everyone is a suspect and that other dancers are being targeted. She must work fast to find the killer to seek her revenge before she becomes the next target.
Richard Grieco (21 Jump Street, A Night at the Roxbury) co-stars in After Midnight, from the fan favorite director of Hatfields and McCoys: Bad Blood and The Tomb, released on VOD October 28th from Phase 4 Films.
- Phil Wheat
Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey may have lost out on winning the top acting award at Monday's Emmy Awards, but their friendship proved to be one of the most watchable themes of the night. From the longtime pals' A Night at the Roxbury-inspired outfits to their hilarious onstage banter, these two make us wish there were some way to have them return for another season of True Detective. Check out their most adorable moments together from Emmys night (including a few moments you didn't get to see on TV), and don't forget to check out Matthew with his other special friend, Camila Alves. »
Those tuxes look mighty familiar.
First stop: Emmys, next stop: The Roxbury?
True Detective co-stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson seemed right at home on the Emmys stage Monday night, where they reunited to announce Benedict Cumberbatch as the winner of Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for Sherlock. (Tragically, he was not on hand to accept his award and get in on this bromantic action.) The co-stars made fun of each other, shared some inside jokes, and it was brilliant.
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Harrelson chose a maroon tux with black lapels and a black shirt underneath, while McConaughey dressed up his black shirt with a Dolce & Gabbana dark blue tux with black lapels.
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If you love the True Detective duo consisting of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, they just became a little bit more loveable. As one Twitter user pointed out, the pair's blue and red suits are terrifyingly similar to a certain A Night at the Roxbury pair. Steve and Doug, portrayed by Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan respectively, wear suits that are a little more tacky (read: shiny) than the Emmys guests, but the similarities are apparent. If you're looking for a little more proof beyond outfit choices, McConaughey and Harrelson are also complete goofballs when they're together...just like the Roxbury pair. There are definitely some differences though. McConaughey and »
Cue Steve and Doug! Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson were adorable at the 2014 Emmys in coordinated A Night at the Roxbury suits on Monday, Aug. 25. As pointed out by tweeters, McConaughey donned a blue suit while Harrelson wore a maroon suit which mimicked the comedic characters played by Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan perfectly. One tweeter wrote, “McConaughey And Harrelson’s Emmy Suits Are Straight Out Of ‘A Night At The Roxbury,’” while another simply noted, “woody harrelson and matthew mcconaughey are dressed like steve and [...] »
Two posters and a trailer for writer/director Jeff Beana’s horror-comedy Life After Beth, starring Aubrey Plaza (The To Do List), Dane DeHaan (Chronicle), Molly Shannon (A Night At the Roxbury), Anna Kendrick (Up in the Air) and John C. Reilly (Step Brothers), have been released…
Distributed by A24, the film see DeHaan plays Zach, who is devastated by the unexpected death of his girlfriend, Beth (Plaza). But when she miraculously comes back to life, Zach takes full advantage of the opportunity to share and experience all the things he regretted not doing with her before. However, the newly returned Beth isn’t quite how he remembered her and, before long, Zach’s whole world takes a turn for the worse.
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- Scott Davis
Chris Kattan has been officially charged with driving under the influence of drugs following his arrest on February 10, with the maximum penalty for the first offense of DUI being six months in jail and a $1,000 fine, plus penalty assessments.
Earlier this month, Kattan, 43, reportedly crashed his car into a Department of Transportation maintenance truck on the 101 Freeway that was parked on the shoulder for maintenance work around 2 a.m., CBS Los Angeles reports.
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The California Highway Patrol report also said that a woman had apparently called 911 to report that the comedian's Mercedes was "weaving all over the roadway at slow speeds."
Kattan was reportedly not injured in the crash, and was able to exit his car.
According to the Chp, he appeared to be impaired and was then taken into custody for driving under the influence and booked at Van Nuys Jail.
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So here’s Seth Meyers, former Weekend Update anchor, hosting his first-ever episode of Late Night. He’s following in the footsteps of Jimmy Fallon, another former Weekend Update anchor. The two men are different, kind of. Fallon on Update was adorable and Meyers on Update was adorably rude. (Fallon is to Meyers as Michelangelo is to Raphael.) But they’re also not that different — not when you consider the whole great ecosystem of comedy that has grown lush in this era of cable and internet and podcasts and books based on Tumblrs getting turned into TV shows. On Monday, »
- Darren Franich
“Saturday Night Live” alum Chris Kattan was arrested for driving under the influence early Monday morning, a California Highway Patrol spokesman told TheWrap. The 43-year-old actor, most famous for his role alongside Will Ferrell in “A Night at the Roxbury,” was arrested at 2:22 a.m. after his Mercedes collided with a Department of Transportation vehicle on the 101 Freeway near Van Nuys where a crew was busy working on guard rail repair.
Kattan was not, however, under the influence of alcohol, as authorities believe he was under the influence of prescription drugs. »
- Greg Gilman
Authorities say former Saturday Night Live star Chris Kattan has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after his Mercedes struck a Department of Transportation vehicle on a Southern California freeway. The California Highway Patrol says the Mercedes was seen weaving in and out of lanes shortly before 2 a.m. Monday on the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles. The Chp says Kattan drove into a Dot vehicle that belonged to a crew conducting maintenance on a guardrail. No injuries are reported. Kattan, 43, was jailed on suspicion of DUI. Kattan, who was on SNL from 1996 to 2003, was best known for the character Mango. »
- Associated Press
Say it ain’t so, Mango! The former ‘Saturday Night Live’ star got himself into trouble on Feb. 10 in California, striking a vehicle and then admitting to police officers that he was driving under the influence of prescription meds.
Chris Kattan Arrested For DUI
Chris, who gave life to popular Saturday Night Live characters like Mr. Peepers and Doug Butabi from A Night at the Roxbury, was pulled over and arrested after he was caught on the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley “weaving all over the roadway at slow speeds.” He also reportedly crossed into an area that was coned off and struck a Dept. of Transportation vehicle from behind.
Chris Kattan DUI Arrest
After being pulled over, Chris admitted »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
11 items from 2014
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