Today's Challenge: Can you link Jon Voight, who played George Washington in An American Carol, to Benjamin Walker, who's been cast as the 16th president in the upcoming Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer?
Our first Facebook movie game, ClusterFlick, plays off that old "six degrees of separation" theory — you know, the one that has a certain Kevin at the center of the Hollywood universe. It's easy to play, but not so easy to win. The goal is to use the major cast of movies to get from Point A to Point B in the smallest number of moves.
Play ClusterFlick >> Posted 02.21.11 by reelz
An American Carol, the upcoming satire from conservative patriot David Zucker that promises to skewer the Left, was funded in part by a non-profit grant, says The Hollywood Reporter. Hmmm, we thought they only did that kind of pseudo-socialist stuff in places like Canada or Sweden. Posted 09.15.08 by reelz
Movies that teach us the true meaning of Christmas via contemporary twists on the Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol, are as common as SUVs at a Hollywood gala to save the environment. But what about movies that teach us the true meaning of God's second favorite holiday, the 4th of July? They're about as common as vegans at a BBQ festival. Hollywood patriot David Zucker will attempt to remedy that with An American Carol, which stars Chris Farley's brother (Kevin P. Farley) as a fictitious version of patriotic scrooge Michael Moore. Based on the trailer, An American Carol isn't going to make anyone forget Scary Movie 5, or whatever edition of that franchise they're up to now, but one aspect of it does make for some interesting debate: Who is wearing more make-up, Kelsey Grammer as the ghost of General George S. Patton or Bill O'Reilly as Bill O'Reilly? Posted 08.19.08 by reelz
Kelsey Grammer (aka Dr. Frasier Crane) has signed on to play Ebenezer Scrooge in An American Carol, a take off on the Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol.
This will be Grammer's second turn as the great grumpy one, after originally playing the role in the NBC-Hallmark version of A Christmas Carol in 2004.
The indie satire will be directed by David Zucker (Scary Movie 4).
Source: Variety. Posted 02.20.08 by reelz