After months of mocking and anticipating, draft day has finally arrived. No, not the infuriating Kevin Costner film in which he trades up to the first pick to select someone who would have been available at the team's original slot.Show More Summary
Here comes the cavalry... lead by Vanilla Ice, who's defending Adam Sandler against the Native American actors who quit his movie -- even though Ice says he's part Choctaw. Vanilla Ice co-stars in Sandler's flick,…
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation has announced the newest in its series of Storyline Online videos. Academy Award winner Kevin Costner has paired with his “Black or White” co-star Jillian Estell to read aloud Crystal Hubbard’s children’s...Show More Summary
In the 1996 sports rom-com "Tin Cup," driving range pro Roy McAvoy (played by Kevin Costner) celebrates an unlikely successful third round of the U.S. Open at a Waffle House. “I’m a Waffle House guy,” McAvoy says. “Gotta stay in touch with that.”
Summary: Draft Day has become one of our favorite movies. Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner are the leading actors in a story about the NFL’s draft. We like the writing where Kevin Costner chooses his picks based on character as well as skill. We also like Garner’s line where she asks why in the most macho sport is the biggest prize...
A year ago, in the movie Draft Day, faux Cleveland Browns general manager Sonny Weaver Jr. — played by the stone-faced Kevin Costner — spent nearly half the movie trying to figure out what exactly was wrong with the draft's top quarterback...Show More Summary
To Pick or Not to Pick, it was never really a choice anyhow! About a month ago, on its opening day, with only seven people in the theatre, I watched a movie called McFarland, starring Kevin Costner. It was based on a true story about high school kids who joined a cross-country running team and who, against all odds, ended up winning a championship. Show More Summary
John Schneider, who played Jonathan Kent on 'Smallville', isn't a fan of Kevin Costner's take on the character in 'Man of Steel'. [...]
Submitted by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, ‘If you’re committed enough, you can make any story work. I once told a woman I was Kevin Costner, and it worked because I believed it’ – Saul Goodman – Breaking Bad “As calamitous as the sub-prime blowup seems, it is only the beginning. Show More Summary
Seated behind an elderly Mexican American couple, my wife and I stood moved and motivated as we watched Kevin Costner's latest movie, "McFarland U.S.A." The story of immigrant young men, who worked in the fields picking fruits and vegetables in addition to attending High School and running in cross country competitions, re-ignited our commitment to immigration reform.
When you watch "McFarland, USA," the wonderful new Disney sports movie about a coach who, in 1987, took a group of untested kids in California (mostly sons of migrant field workers) and turned them into track champions, it's hard to imagine that Kevin Costner, who plays the coach, hasn't been in one of these films before. Show More Summary
This weekend, rewind the clock because your favorite time-traveling comedians are back in "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," Kevin Costner transforms an unlikely California cross country team into championship contenders in "McFarland USA," and...Show More Summary
Kevin Costner's McFarland, USA is the top new movie with $11.3 million The post Fifty Shades of Grey Remains #1 Despite Huge 73% Drop appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
You may remember him from such great lines as “Don’t drink and drive. But if you do, call me,” and “I once convinced a woman I was Kevin Costner.” Yes, our favorite legal professional to put the "criminal" in "criminal lawyer" is back on our screens in Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul. Show More Summary
"McFarland, USA" doesn't look like it's going to be a runaway hit at the box office -- but don't blame poor ticket sales on film critics.
Danielle Padula, Don’t Just Build It: How to Boost Awareness of Your Scholarly Publications: "People will come, Ray"—says Terence Man, played by James Earl Jones, when Kevin Costner’s character questions his decision to build a ball park in the middle of a cornfield in the 1989 film Field of Dreams....
Capone likes the humble, noble version of Kevin Costner at the center of McFARLAND USA Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. This is actually not a bad film, but if you're someone who finds themselves offended...Show More Summary
Today, McFarland, USA is released in theaters. Based on a true story, the movie stars Kevin Costner — who, between this role and Black or White, must be working out some white guilt — as Jim White (his actual name), a white coach who leads a track team of inner-city (see: Latino) students to victory. Show More Summary
When I reviewed Ivan Reitman's behind-the-scenes football drama Draft Day last year, I made the observation that pairing star Kevin Costner with any given athletic competition tends to pay crowd-pleasing dividends. And now here comes McFarland, USA to help me double down on the point. Show More Summary
A less talented and more shameless director might've turned it into cornmeal mush, but Niki Caro ("Whale Rider") has delivered unto the Disney corporation a Kevin Costner sports movie that works. Commercially? We'll see. But as an inspirational true story, fictionalized to the usual degree,...