Cheat Sheet For Millennials: ROMANCING THE STONE is a 1984 action-adventure-romance starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, and the great Danny DeVito. Read more...
And their romance is definitely going to make you laugh and cry.
The monkey comes down… takes one look at me.. and leaps at my balls! Danny DeVito told the story of when a monkey attacked his balls while filming Batman Returns in a segment on The Graham Norton Show. Luckily, DeVito’s Penguin costume featured a layer of heavy padding. Related Laughing Squid PostsDanny Devito & The […]
"Life happens. And it sweeps you up, and then you die. That's it. Stupid really..." Need a good laugh? Watch this short. Curmudgeons is a comedic short film directed by Danny DeVito, starring Danny DeVito and his longtime friend David Margulies as two old "curmudgeons" who meet up again at an assisted living home. Show More Summary
Tim Burton's original Batman films paved the way for the superhero renaissance that we're experiencing today. While we owe a great deal to those movies, we had no idea that making them was quite as dangerous as it apparently was.
Watch the Penguin actor hilariously recount the time a spider monkey targeted his crotch during the filming of Tim Burton's 1992 sequel. The post Danny DeVito Recalls ‘Horrifying’ Monkey Attack on Batman Returns Set appeared first on CBR.com.
As does any job, the acting profession has its own unique hazards. And as Danny DeVito discovered on the set of Batman Returns (1992), a monkey biting your balls is one of them. SEE ALSO: Danny DeVito Is the Best Part of One Direction's...Show More Summary
Watch Danny DeVito Recall The Time A Monkey Almost Bit His Balls On The 'Batman' Set
While Danny Devito was playing The Penguin in Batman Returns, Tim Burton coached him through a scene where a monkey was going to deliver him a...
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“I got to have the most amazing birthday party ever courtesy of Danny DeVito and his family. I got to travel. And, on a pragmatic level, it helped me pay for college.”
Danny DeVito is joining what is turning out to be a monster cast for The Price, the Roundabout Theater Company revival of the 1968 Arthur Miller drama that is in the works for a winter bow. It will mark DeVito’s Broadway debut and puts him alongside the already cast John Turturro, Tony Shalhoub and Jessica Hecht. Show More Summary
In 1982, as part of its anthology series Likely Stories, HBO aired a short film written and directed by Danny DeVito that has taken on depressing new relevance in 2016. In The Selling Of Vince D’Angelo, DeVito plays the title role of a cement contractor who decides to run for senate in New Jersey despite a near total lack of political experience. Show More Summary
Many stars including Matthew Broderick, Kristen Wiig, Alec Baldwin, Nathan Lane, Brooke Shields, Rita Wilson, Lily Tomlin, Danny DeVito, Ray Romano, Debbie Harry, Tony Danza, Martin Short, Will Forte, Rachel Dratch, Ryan Reynolds and more love to perform in the hit show Celebrity Autobiography. Show More Summary
Danny DeVito’s directorial debut gave us one of the worst moms in film history. Read more...
We are OVER THE MOON that former Mean Girls actor Daniel Franzese is engaged to his boyfriend! Upon hearing the news, we obviously wanted to be all like, "OMG, Danny DeVito, I love your work!" But we decided it'd be even better to take a look at ALL the new news in the Mean Girls universe — [...]
Interviews with WIENER-DOG actors Danny DeVito, Julie Delpy, and Ellen Burstyn Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here, continuing our coverage from out sometime correspondent Mott Hoffman of writer-director...Show More Summary
Anna Katarina is best known for playing the dog-gone adorable Poodle Lady -- alongside Danny DeVito as the Penguin -- in the awesome 1992 action flick "Batman Returns." Guess what she looks like now!
Ah, APRICOTS! my favorite movie. Read more...
The co-director of the infamous 1993 video game adaptation reflects on the casting of Bob Hoskins, and a last-minute script overhaul.