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Val Kilmer is coming back to New Orleans. Nine months after visiting with a roadshow version of his “Cinema Twain” — a filmed version of the one-man stage show in which he plays humorist Mark Twain — Kilmer is returning for an encore, to be held as part of the 2019 Tennessee Williams New Orleans Literary Festival.

Kilmer will introduce the film and participate in a post-screening Q-and-A afterward on March 29 at the Joy Theater on Canal Street. VIP tickets are also available for a meet-and-greet with Kilmer.

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March 10, 2019   Jules   Convention Appearance Be first to comment

Apr 26/28 – Awesome Con, Washington (Appearances include: Val Kilmer) // proceed

February 24, 2019   Jules   Gallery Update Be first to comment

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* Tombstone

February 24, 2019   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

The actor tells The Hollywood Reporter that his ‘Top Gun’ co-star had him laughing “like a high schooler” while filming the blockbuster’s 2020 sequel: “He’s so funny; I hope he’s saved the world enough to take a decade and re-establish himself as a great comedian, as he has it in him.” Read More here

February 23, 2019   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

It is entirely possible that we wouldn’t have Black Panther, Captain Marvel, and the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were it not for a little movie called Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Shane Black’s deliriously dark action comedy not only reintroduced Robert Downey, Jr. to the movie scene, but it also defined Downey as a mercurial bad boy with a heart of gold…essentially setting him up to slide into the role of Tony Stark. Read More here

December 26, 2018   Jules   'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang', Press / Article Be first to comment

Some films are obviously Christmas movies, like The Polar Express and Scrooged, but for others it’s not so clear cut. They may be set during the holiday season, and they may even touch upon Christmas themes, but does that mean they truly qualify in the traditional sense? To find out, we’re putting these movies on trial and laying out all the evidence for and against them by answering some pertinent questions, like we did with Die Hard, Gremlins, and Edward Scissorhands. And after already examining if Shane Black‘s Iron Man 3 deserves a permanent spot in the holiday rotation, there’s no better movie to enter into the great Christmas movie debate than his directorial debut, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Read More here

November 17, 2018   Jules   Gallery Update Be first to comment

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* Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans

November 11, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

You might be missing films like Real Genius, Heat, and even The Island of Dr. Moreau on this list, but one thing you can be guaranteed of is that they would make a top ten list of Val Kilmer’s best, but those in the top five are films where he really got to shine and show what he could do in the prime of his career. At one point Kilmer was THE go-to guy for someone that could transform themselves into the role they were playing. As the years have gone on he’s done more movies that go straight to DVD and less blockbuster films that showcase his greatness. But back in the day Kilmer was someone that seemed like he might reach legendary status rather quickly. While he’s still someone that people want to see his older movies are the real gems of his career. While a comeback isn’t without its merit, he would definitely need to start making it sometime soon. A lot of people are hoping that this might be in the works. Here are some of the best movies of his career. Read More here

October 7, 2018   Jules   'Top Gun 2' Be first to comment

Paramount/Skydance Media’s Top Gun: Maverick has announced the final seven cast members who’ll round out the sequel to the Tom Cruise 1986 smash hit which opens on June 26, 2020. Read More here

September 22, 2018   Jules   'Top Gun 2' Be first to comment

Paramount/Skydance’s Top Gun: Maverick, the long-awaited sequel to the 1986 Tom Cruise smash, is flying out of next summer to June 26, 2020. The pic had an original release date of July 12, 2019, but we hear the extended time will allow the production to work out all the complex flight sequences so that the pic can be great. Read More here