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Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Psych‘s series finale, stop reading now. James Roday spoke to EW about the “big get” and that pitch-perfect ending. Continue @ insidetv.ew.com
Palo Alta will be screened at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival in April.
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Tribeca Film has dated “Palo Alto,” the debut feature from Gia Coppola, for a May 9 opening in New York and Los Angeles, followed by a national release. Continue @ variety
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He’s known for his work in Top Gun and Batman Forever, now actor Val Kilmer is the stage starring in his own play “Citizen Twain”. In a one-man-show, Kilmer takes on the life of Mark Twain in a stand-up comedy style performance. Kilmer calls Mark Twain America’s first stand-up comedian and greatest story teller ever. Due to popular demand an extra performance was added here in Music City. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday. You can catch Kilmer in “Citizen Twain” at the Ryman February 6th and February 7th. Continue @ fox17.com
See Hollywood vet Val Kilmer fly solo, channeling legendary author Mark Twain in his one-man play, Citizen Twain. The big-screen actor ( The Doors, Alexander, Top Gun) has turned writer/stage performer, taking his show literally on the road all over the U.S. Kilmer plans to perform in Miami sometime but no dates are set yet. Kilmer’s been already spotted around town at restaurants like Joe’s Stone Crab and Makoto as he preps. Continue @ miamiherald.com
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
For Shane Black, who’d been out of the Hollywood game since the late 90s, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang would ultimately bring its own reward, as it inadvertently led to his appointment as the director of last year’s hugely successful Iron Man 3. But in 2005, the comedy thriller was something of a gamble for Black, one of the most highly-paid screenwriters of the 80s and 90s. Quirky and occasionally violent, it’s a fusion of Black’s own slick humour, all bickering dialogue and one-liners, and the hardboiled detective novels he clearly loves. Robert Downey Jr, who was himself just coming out of a difficult patch in his career, stars as Harry Lockhart, a shambling actor who pairs with Val Kilmer’s private investigator in order to research a potential film role. Together, they’re drawn into a complex and unpredictable murder case which takes in Michelle Monahan, a severed finger and a hungry dog. It’s a rambling, sharp and very funny film, full of digressions and bewildering turns of events, and Black’s laid-back direction and the sparky performances make it entertaining from beginning to end. A limited theatrical release meant that Kiss Kiss Bang Bang barely made its money back in 2005, but it’s a film which deserves to be remembered as a cult classic. With a hit like Iron Man 3 under his belt, we’re hoping Black gets to make more films like this one very soon. Continue @ denofgeek.com
FC miniseries is directed by ‘SNL’ writing alum Matt Piedmont; Jonrosh character is modeled after Orson Welles’ bloated later period when he shilled for Paul Masson wines. Continue @ nydailynews.com