Readers of Shacknews may have noticed that our staff has an affinity for the idea of an English-speaking Pikachu in a detective's hat who solves mysteries. In fact, some of us might have been on that train lobbying for Danny DeVito to don the hat and take on the role of Detective Pikachu. Show More Summary
For reasons that I can't even begin to understand, Danny DeVito has not been cast as Detective Pikachu's titular gumshoe. That honour belongs instead to one Ryan Reynolds. More »
Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman take in Matilda, and Robin Williams defends a homeless man from harassment.
(November 7, 2017 08:51 PM, by David Henderson) I was talking to a friend the other day about good movies that drive home basic economics. One of his favorite was Other People's Money, starring Danny Devito as Lawrence Garfield, Gregory Peck as Andrew Jorgenson, Penelope Ann Miller as... (3 COMMENTS)
Pairing Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito as brothers was a premise so ridiculous it had to be made into a movie. And so we got the 1988 film Twins. But if things had gone a little differently, Twins might have been made with other actors (try to imagine that). Show More Summary
Depending on how old you are, you may remember an 80s film called Twins, that starred Arnold Schwarzenegger Danny DeVito. It was an a film about an odd couple unlike any other. There has been a sequel to the film gestating for some time now, and according to Business Insider, the sequel, titled Triplets, is planning […]
"Triplets" is a sequel to the hit 1988 comedy "Twins." Eddie Murphy joins original stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. Schwarzenegger confirms the movie begins shooting early next year. Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that...Show More Summary
It's a movie-trailer parody starring Danny DeVito and The People Who Are In That Show with Danny DeVito!
"Danny is a good man (one of the best)"
Tim Burton is currently shooting another live-action remake for Disney: Dumbo. Production began almost a month ago with Colin Farrell, Eva Green, Danny DeVito and Michael Keaton confirmed to star, and now Academy Award winner Alan Arkin (Argo, Litle Miss Sunshine) has joined the impressive cast. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Z Nation actor Joseph Gatt is the latest actor to join the roster of Tim Burton’s live adaptation of Dumbo. He will join previously announced cast members Colin, Farrell, Eva Green, Danny DeVito, Michael Keaton, DeObia Oparei, Nico Parker, and Finley Hobbins. Show More Summary
The two endangered Australian subspecies are related but look quite different.
The Tim Burton-helmed adaptation of Disney's 1942 animated classic will star Colin Ferrell, Eva Green, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito and more. The post Disney Sets Dumbo Live-Action Remake Release Date appeared first on CBR.
Production is underway on Tim Burton’s live-action remimaging of Disney’s 1941 classic, Dumbo. The film Stars Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, and Eva Green – and introduces Nico Parker and Finley Hobbins. Dumbo is slated to premiere on March 29th, 2019. Show More Summary
Production has begun on Tim Burton‘s upcoming live-action reimagining of the Disney classic Dumbo and the studio just shared a photo of the director on set! Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, and Eva Green have been confirmed to star in the film alongside newcomers Nico Parker and Finley Hobbins in their first film roles. [...]
The remake stars Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito and Eva Green The post Production Begins on Tim Burton’s Live-Action Dumbo! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Sometimes you have to eat and act simultaneously.
In a sweaty episode of Binging With Babish, host Andrew Rea demonstrated how to make the chocolate cake from Danny DeVito‘s 1996 film Matilda. Matilda, Danny DeVito’s thunderous directorial follow-up to Hoffa (1992), features an inexplicably tempting chocolate cake, despite its open admission of containing bodily fluids. Show More Summary
For Anglo-Saxons, the concept of dubbing can carry with it a comical stigma, bringing to mind the martial arts movies, horror flicks and softcore porn films of the '70s, where the lip movements of the actors hardly matched the (usually flat and booming) voices coming out of the screen. Show More Summary