A seldom-seen Three Stooges comedy, one of the few surviving Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle feature comedies and a new print of an Oscar-winning Laurel and Hardy short are among the hot tickets at this year's Cinecon Classic Film Festival.
Will Sasso (The Three Stooges) has booked a recurring role on Showtime dramedy Shameless. He will play Yanis, a big and imposing blue collar Chicago neighbor of Kev (Steve Howey) and V (Shanola Hampton), who’s in a conflict with the new members of the neighborhood who are part of the gentrification. Show More Summary
Cameron Fey is writing the screenplay for a new animated movie based on the popular 'Pez' candy dispenser.
(Image Link) Poor Shemp- your name is forever associated with the worst era in Three Stooges history (even though plenty of good shorts came out of that era), and when you passed away they had to use a stand-in to complete the four shorts owed to Columbia Pictures. Show More Summary
Three Stooges fans, get ready for a whole new era of slapstick mayhem. C3 Entertainment, who holds the license on the Three Stooges, is teaming with Titmouse, Inc., animation studio, and the Cake distribution company to produce a new...Show More Summary
The Three Stooges can never die, and that's not just written into their plotlines. Forty years after Moe Howard and Larry Fine both died in 1975, the often-violent slapstick antics of Moe, Larry and Curly continue to be revived and reanimated. Just in the past month, The Three Stooges estate has announced a sequel to […]
With only ten Republicans allowed in the first TV debate, the candidates are like The Three Stooges on skates, each bashing the other. Former RNC Chairman...
The godfathers of comedy are back! Larry, Moe, and Curly will return to the small screen in a brand new The Three Stooges re-boot, and the cartoons are going global! An entertainment company called Cake is partnering with Titmouse, the animation house behind things like Turbo FAST, as well as C3, the team that owns the Stooges [...]
Because there’s nothing the kids these days love more than Depression-era shorts of homely men fracturing each other’s skulls with wrenches, there’s going to be a new Three Stooges cartoon series. The new effort follows several less-than-fondly...Show More Summary
A trio of bored construction workers does their best Three Stooges impression as one of them tries to whack the other two on the head with a mallet. We’re surprised he didn’t get any prize redemption tickets at the end.
Our first story this morning happened in Nevada where, I guess, they try to make people dance like in the old Three Stooges cowboy scenes; D’Vontae D’Shawn Richard, 22, approached Kinard because he believed [Kirsten] Kinard had stolen the gold chain from him about two weeks earlier. Richard tried to snatch the necklace from Kinard’s […]
Biography breathes life into the career of Three Stooges’ mentor Ted Healy by Doug Gibson I recently purchased “Nobody’s Stooge: Ted Healy,” by Bill Cassara (Bear Manor Media) here (and be advised it’s much more inexpensive via Kindle), It’s an entertaining fact-filled account of the life of a man who was a major star in [...]Show More Summary
Jeb’s father in 1980 got it right with his phrase “voodoo economics”. Of course Papa Bush had to settle for being Reagan’s Vice President. We know George Jr. listened to the Three Stooges (Art Laffer, Lawrence Kudlow, and Stephen Moore). Show More Summary
C'mon Paramount... you're uping the action, give the Stooges their Sci Fi Fun! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... The Farrelly Brothers' THREE STOOGES wasn't the most painful thing I've seen and it was actually kind of endearing and fun, but it didn't have nearly the OOMPH that it could have. Show More Summary
The Three Stooges didn't make too much of a splash when it was released back in 2012. Not only did it only gross $50.4 million from its $30 million budget, but it was met with lukewarm reviews, as well. However, C3 Entertainment, Grand...Show More Summary
Can Mel Gibson be trusted to join Sean Hayes, Chris Diamantopoulos, and Will Sasso for the needed "major action star" role? "The Three Stooges Is Getting an Action-Oriented Sequel" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
Sean Hayes, Chris Diamantopoulos and Will Sasso will reprise their roles as 'The Three Stooges' in a sequel described as an action comedy.
And the three leads are soitenly returning. Read more...
The Three Stooges are coming back, again. Sean Hayes, Chris Diamantopoulos, and Will Sasso are set to return as the idiot brothers in a new sequel to the 2012 comedy by the Farrelly brothers. The announcement comes as a big surprise, seeing as the last film wasn’t much loved. Show More Summary