You have not lived until you've seen Tommy Lee Jones shooting eye lasers at a talking dog.
Imagine Agents will see Keaton as a Tommy Lee Jones type for a movie crossing Men in Black and Bing Bong from Inside Out "Michael Keaton is Doing Another Comic Book Movie" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
Warner Brothers recently confirmed that it is developing a new installment to the 1993 movie "The Fugitive," the Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones starrer about a surgeon who was running from the law after being falsely accused with his wife's murder. The feature film was one of the studio's biggest hits in the 1990s, grossing $369 million worldwide.
Tommy Lee Jones may soon be reprising his role as U.S. federal marshal Samuel Gerard in a possible remake of the 1993 hit film The Fugitive. AceShowBiz is reporting that a new take on the action movie, which starred Jones and Harrison Ford, is in the works at Warner Brothers. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. is planning to make a third 'Fugitive' movie, but it isn't known if Harrison Ford or Tommy Lee Jones will return.
Harrison Ford still didn't kill his wife. Tommy Lee Jones still doesn't care. And if you get that reference, then you likely will be interested in the news that Warner Bros. wants to get back in The Fugitive business, after a 17-year...Show More Summary
A few months after an aid accidentally re-listed the Wellington polo ranch that actor, bad boy, and former polo player, Tommy Lee Jones has had on-and-off the market for the last few years, the ranch is officially back on...
Tommy Lee Jones is having such a tough time selling his massive horse ranch in Florida, he's dropping the price by a whopping 25 percent. The San Saba Polo Ranch sits on 55 acres of land with 48 horse stalls, a regulation size polo field (complete…
Tommy Lee Jones, Luke Wilson honored at 15th Annual Austin Film Society's Texas Film Awards.
As leaked, un-retouched L'Oréal photos of Beyonce continue to ripple through the entertainment world, we're here to blow the lid off another huge celebrity's real looks. That celebrity, of course, is the kingpin of kingpins, Tommy Lee...Show More Summary
The director and star talks about his character from the Western The post Tommy Lee Jones in an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Clip from The Homesman appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
We're not sure how this would work and we don't care AT ALL. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones have made a ton of money from the Men In Black franchise, and Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill have done the same thing with 21 Jump Street and its sequel. But would combining the two franchises into one [...]
Tommy Lee Jones is one sneaky motherfucker. With hardly anybody noticing, and with only two theatrically released films, he's become one of the best directors working today—and arguably the best when it comes to westerns. As an actor,...Show More Summary
Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank I was not planning on writing a review for The Homesman but I can't stop thinking about it. Writers and reviewers (I'm both) get to see many movies in this town and half are invites with no requisite payback. Show More Summary
To which part of calling "The Homesman" a "feminist western" would Tommy Lee Jones, its director, co-writer, co-producer and costar, be more likely to object?
Photograph by J.R. Mankoff Josh Brolin just can't be pinned down. He has transformed into George W. Bush (W.) and a young Tommy Lee Jones (Men in Black 3). He's a great crime fighter (American Gangster) and an even better cowboy (No Country for Old Men). Show More Summary
These 10 celebrities rounded up by YourTango must be really good actors, because they all kept filming together despite on-set feuds. A sampling: While Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones were filming Batman Forever, Carrey happened to go to the same restaurant where Jones was having dinner. He went to...
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In its setting and in its blunt, unfussy style, director, co-writer and star Tommy Lee Jones' "The Homesman" is a film out of time. It takes place in 1855, the year after the creation of the Nebraska Territory. Like Jones' previous theatrical feature, the excellent "Three Burials of...
TOMMY LEE JONES'S tremendous new film, “The Homesman”, is a boldly unusual western, in that the villain cannot be defeated in a gunfight at high noon. The villain, if there is one, is the land itself: the flat, dry, dusty terrain ofShow More Summary