"Whether you’re a celebrity or not, something has to go off in your mind that this isn’t right." Leah Remini called out celebrity Scientologists like John Travola — and the reporters who accept their feeble justifications of the cult-like religion. Show More Summary
Leah Remini called out celebrity Scientologists like John Travola — and the reporters who accept their feeble justifications of the cult-like religion. The actress and activist said Tuesday night on her A&E show, “Scientology and the Aftermath,” that celebrities should know...
Gigi and Bella can have modeling... their pops, Mohamed Hadid, is busting into movies, and the way he managed to land a debut opposite John Travolta is a classic Hollywood tale. "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" alum had never…
It’s been 20 years since the release of John Woo's cult fave Face/Off, in which John Travolta’s character, predominantly "played" by Nicolas Cage, swaps faces with Nicolas Cage’s character, adeptly "acted" by John Travolta. At this point,...Show More Summary
20 years ago the idea of an action movie directed by John Woo and starring Nicolas Cage and John Travolta sounded like the perfect summer action movie. 20 years later, what exactly were we thinking?
Face/Off is one of those movies that is so batshit crazy that you can’t help but love it. What else are you supposed to do with a movie that features John Travolta and Nicolas Cage swapping faces (but not worrying about their bodies)...Show More Summary
When stopped recently by police at a roadside checkpoint in Yichang, Hubei province, one driver made the unconventional choice of acting like John Travolta on ecstasy during his sobriety test. [ more › ]
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Get Shorty was a hit movie in 1995, part of John Travolta’s post-Pulp Fiction comeback. He played Chili Palmer, a shylock who came to Hollywood to collect a debt from a producer (Gene Hackman) and fell in love with the movie business. Show More Summary
When Epix was planning a fresh, episodic take on "Get Shorty," novelist Elmore Leonard's classic collision of the mob and Hollywood, that takes a somewhat darker, grittier turn than the famous 1995 film starring John Travolta, the show...Show More Summary
Charlie Gillespie has been cast in Cigarette (fka Speed Kills), the upcoming biopic starring John Travolta as Don Aronow, the speedboat racing champion and multimillionaire who created the Cigarette and other famous speedboats. John Luessenhop is directing from a script he co-wrote with David Aaron Cohen. Show More Summary
When the 1997 film Face/Off starring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage was released, it was a modern action hit. But a closer look reveals that the film actually has a lot in common with the classic westerns of the past. Subscribe to CineFix for more movie-related content. Read more... More about Watercooler, Entertainment, Mashable Video, Watercooler Viral Videos, and Guns
John Travolta has been having a blast in Puerto Rico filming his new movie Speed Kills partying with co-star Kellan Lutz. RadarOnline.com can reveal that the two stars have been having fun when the cameras aren’t rolling. A source revealed: “John is really enjoying himself in Puerto Rico he loves it because the people are Read More
When Saturday Night Live returns for its 43rd season, there'll be at least one major change for the show to contend with: Sean Spicer has now vacated his post as the White House Press Secretary, which means Melissa McCarthy's buzzy recurring impersonation of the political personality probably won't... Read More >
Did the 1980s really happen? This scene from the 1985 movie Perfect, which starred Jamie Lee Curtis and John Travolta, has got to be the most cringeworthy in cinema history. Truly fascinating.
As far as ’90s action trash goes, Face/Off is fairly sublime, combining a gleefully dumb premise with some great over-the-top acting from both John Travolta and Nicolas Cage. But the tale of Sean Archer and Castor Troy was almost a very different film—multiple times over—as revealed in a recent oral history courtesy of Ralph Jones at ShortList. Show More Summary
Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook. John Travolta was the studio's original choice to play the title character in the 1994 movie Forrest Gump. Show More Summary
First, an objective fact: Twenty years after its release, Face/Off remains a great and perfect movie. It’s the only movie in which Nicolas Cage and John Travolta swap faces before our very eyes and we all just go with it. But before Paramount had a hit on its hands, Marco ... More »
On June 27, 1997, a great action movie was born. Twenty years later, we revisit John Woo’s outrageously awesome action-opera, starring a never-better Nic Cage and John Travolta.