Sony's Crackle streaming service has a new drama with Dennis Quaid in the cast.
Dennis Quaid has been warming the hearts of movie goers for the past four decades and more recently, as with many big screen actors, he has crossed over to the small screen. One of his most recent endeavors is the television series called The Art Of More, which is a Crackle exclusive. Show More Summary
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Dennis Quaid reflected on his experiences working with an 11-year-old Lindsay Lohan in the 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap" in a HuffPost Live conversation on Wednesday. "Meeting her and you just knew, right off the bat -- this was her very first thing -- she was so natural," he recounted to host Alyona Minkovski. Show More Summary
If you somehow are not getting enough Donald Trump this fall, you can catch Dennis Quaid doing a quasi-impression of the bumptious presidential candidate in a new drama, "The Art of More." Premiering in its 10-episode entirety Thursday on Crackle (the Web-based home of Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians...
Debuting on November 19 with a full 10-episode first season, The Art Of More certainly has more than a little of the shock of the new in it, on many levels. But art world talk aside, the first hourlong drama series from Crackle is, as...Show More Summary
Dennis Quaid can thank Donald Trump for inspiring him on his new Crackle show, "The Art Of More." We're told Quaid and Trump are buds and his "I don't give a f" persona perfect fits Quaid's character. In fact, the two have played golf together…
Kate Bosworth looks stunning while walking the red carpet at the SAG Foundation’s screening of The Art of More on Tuesday (October 27) in Los Angeles. The 32-year-old actress was joined by her co-stars Dennis Quaid, Christian Cooke, and Cary Elwes for the Q&A session at the event. That same day, Kate made an appearance [...]
“Smuggled, stolen and forged art is a $10 billion business. That’s where I come in.” Those words spoken by soldier-turned-thief Graham Connor (Christian Cooke) at the beginning of Crackle’s official trailer for The Art Of More, its first original scripted series. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Classics has debuted the official trailer & poster for TRUTH, starring Robert Redford, Cate Blanchett, Topher Grace, Elisabeth Moss, and Dennis Quaid. TRUTH is an independent feature film based on the book "Truth and Duty" by Mary Mapes. Show More Summary
Also starring Cate Blanchett, Topher Grace, Elisabeth Moss, and Dennis Quaid.
The Public Defender system is so screwed up it's not funny, but John Oliver tries.
This Sunday on Last Week Tonight, John Oliver explained the plight of exceptionally overworked public defenders — and the people they represent who end up taking a guilty plea at least 90 percent of the time just so they can go back home to see their families, even if they... More »
Public defenders are so overworked that the "Last Week Tonight" host decided to make cop-show Miranda warnings more of an honest reflection of the current system.
Dennis Quaid enjoys a quiet night out on the town. When I first moved to New York City in the late ’80s, I did what most downtown-pulse-seeking arrivistes on a budget did: I started in Alphabet City, where there were still affordable...Show More Summary
A number of pretty big TV stars have projects in the works that you may or may not have heard about. You probably know about Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” but the same streaming network that just announced...
"There's a revolution going on in television," says Quaid, whose newest project will premiere November 19 on Sony's Crackle. read more
At the bi-annual gathering of the Television Critics Association, Crackle announced the November 19th debut of the network's first scripted drama, “The Art of More.”