Not sure if Topher Grace has had a lot of time on his hands in the past couple years (according… Read More
Two years ago, Topher Grace hosted a secret screening of Star Wars III.5: The Editor Strikes Back, an eighty-five minute edit of the three Star Wars prequels that he put together to practice his filmmaking skills. We'll probably never be able to see the actual cut he put together, but Grace did manage to get a fake trailer up online.
Topher Grace is best known for That ’70s Show, an awful Spider-Man movie, and the most twee shortening of the name Christopher by any celebrity, but he’s been getting into editing recently. About this time two years ago, he held a private screening of an 85-minute movie called Star Wars: Episode III.5: The Editor Strikes Back.
The actor has edited all three movies into one 85-minute sci-fi adventure, but will audiences get to see this cut? [...]
Just last week, we highlighted a new edit of Close Encounters of the Third Kind that Topher Grace screened for a small audience, including Peter Sciretta at SlashFilm. However, the first time Grace chose to re-edit a well-known piece of sci-fi pop culture, our own Alex Billington was in attendance. Show More Summary
Topher Grace‘s Star Wars Prequel Re-edit has become the stuff of Internet legend. Fans went crazy a few years back when news broke the That 70?s Show actor edited George Lucas‘ three Star Wars prequels into one movie. On the surface,...Show More Summary
Jaime King keeps it chic while grabbing a cup of coffee with her husband Kyle Newman at Coffee Bean on Wednesday (February 19) in Los Angeles. “Life is a constant gift. Our baby blessing this evening for our son #JamesKnightNewman with our beloved godparents @tophergrace and @jessicaalba with daddy @Kyle_newman – we love you!” the [...]
Some readers might remember back in March of 2012, our own Alex Billington was lucky enough to attend a fun little event hosted by Topher Grace where he screened something called Star Wars: The Editor Strikes Back. Grace was anxiousShow More Summary
In May 2012, I was invited to a private screening of the Star Wars prequels that had been edited down into one 85-minute movie by actor Topher Grace. I was one of a couple bloggers that were invited the the screening. My report on the Star Wars re-edit went EVERYWHERE. The actor never expected that news […]
Moving off of Kevin Smith’s Tusk, Genesis Rodriguez, pictured, will be starring next to Topher Grace in Universal Pictures’ supernatural thriller Home, writes TheWrap. Last House on the Left‘s Dennis Iliadis is directing the supernatural movie from a script by Adam Alleca. Grace will play... Read More
TUSK actress Genesis Rodriguez has signed on to join Topher Grace in Blumhouse Productions’ supernatural thriller HOME, which Universal will distribute under its first-look deal with Jason Blum’s production company, according to The Wrap. We've been keeping tabs on HOME, bringing you the news that Topher Grace has signed on for the supernatural... Read More...
Man on a Ledge and Identity Thief star Genesis Rodriguez is, according to The Wrap, set to join the recently announced Topher Grace and Patricia Clarkson for Home, Blumhouse Productions' upcoming haunted mansion thriller. Grace stars as a young man who, recently released from a mental institution, moves into a newly inherited mansion. Show More Summary
Who is Topher Grace? We’re sixteen years removed from the origins of That 70’s Show, and it’s hard to say how he’s distinguished himself. He’s played quite a few smarmy boyfriends in stuff like Traffic and Mona Lisa Smile, but practically vanished from the screen as a leading man in Win A Date With Tad Hamilton and In Good Company. Show More Summary
So, what's up with Topher Grace? Well, apparently, he's been working on a blog. Topher Grace is now one of us. Describing his new blog CerealPrize.com to The Hollywood Reporter, Grace said: "'Hey, come to my room every day and hang out, and I’ll have something cool to share.' And... More »
Richard Ayoade made a significant directorial debut with Submarine, and he returns to the director’s chair for The Double. (Not to be confused with the 2011 thriller of the same name starring Richard Gere and Topher Grace.) The new film, based on a novella by Fyodor Dostoevsky, stars Jesse Eisenberg as a guy who discovers […]
Internet, meet Cereal Prize! Cereal Prize, meet Internet! Topher Grace has launched a pop culture website named Cereal Prize that fits right in with Throwback Thursday! The site www.cerealprize.com was created and edited by Topher, just launched today, and will feature sketches, re-edited movie trailers, unaired pilots, and unseen extras that have never before seen the light [...]
Actor Topher Grace has gone from battling a web-slinging hero in 2007's Spider-Man 3 to being a different kind of web slinger himself Thursday — when he launched a video discovery website Dubbed Cereal Prize, Grace's site is a hodgepodge...Show More Summary
Topher Grace has launched a new website called Cereal Prize where he’s posting fun pop culture bits every 24 hours. One of his first posts features a strange but funny 70?s-style morning cartoon mash-up of That 70?s Show and Land of the Lost/The Flintstones. Watch it now embedded after the jump. Topher Grace Set for […]
There’s a great and little-publicized story from a few years ago that Topher Grace decided to teach himself how to edit a movie by cutting together the Star Wars prequels into one 85-minute film. As the lucky few attested, Grace actually turned that laborious slog into a breezy, action-packed experience that twisted a well-known property on its head. Show More Summary
He made his fortune on the hilarious television series "That 70's Show," and Topher Grace reveals he's ready to move on from his Eric Foreman days. During his recent interview with the Huffington Post, the 38-year-old chatted about his first acting gig. "I never acted before 'That 70s Show,' it was my first audition," Topher explained. Show More Summary