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There's nothing particularly original about this animated comedy adventure by Nicholas Stoller (Neighbors). It has the standard fast-paced snarky tone and too-frantic imagery, but the script is smarter than average, dropping deranged lines of hilarious dialogue into every scene. This gives the conversations an improvisational quality that keeps the audience laughing all the way through, unsure what might happen next.
It's set 20 years after the storks decided that there wasn't enough money in delivering babies, so they shifted to delivering parcels instead. The boss Hunter (voiced by Kelsey Grammer) is now planning to become board chairman, so he brings in his protege Junior (Andy Samberg) as the new boss. To prove himself, Junior needs to sack Tulip (Katie Crown), an annoying human who was left behind when the old business closed. Unable to do this, Junior transfers her to a back mailroom where no one will notice her, except that she inadvertently fires up the baby factory by answering a request from Nate (Anton Starkman) to bring a brother to his parents (Jennifer Aniston and Ty Burrell). So now Junior and Tulip need to deliver this infant before Hunter finds out.
While the plot is fairly predictable, the way it plays out is riotous. The film is a barrage of random asides, unexpected twists and loveably ridiculous characters. A smarmy corporate spy called Pigeon Toady (Stephen Kramer Glickman) is amusingly smarmy, while a pair of bickering arctic wolves (Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele) add some snarling suspense, even though they're too funny to be scary. Everything is so energetic and colourful that it's difficult to mind that the plot makes very little logical sense. And the loose style of vocal performance gives the whole film a zing of comical anarchy.
Continue reading: Storks Review
Kelsey Grammer - Publishers, studios, and celebrities announcing and attending the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles at Convention center - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 18th June 2015
Kayte Walsh and Kelsey Grammer - Opening Night after party of Broadway's Finding Neverland, sponsored by Brooks Brothers, Chase, iHeartMedia and USA TODAY, at the Metropolitan Club - Arrivals. at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 15th April 2015
Gary Barlow, Kelsey Grammer, Harvey Weinstein, Matthew Morrison and Laura Michelle Kelly - Opening Night of Broadway's Finding Neverland, sponsored by Brooks Brothers, Chase, iHeartMedia and USA TODAY, at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre - Curtain Call. at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 15th April 2015
The fourth 'Transformers' movie may have taken over $1 billion at worldwide box offices, but it heads the Golden Raspberry Awards nominations list.
Amongst the praise and back-slapping of awards season, the film industry also shows its less serious side once a year. Just a day ahead of the big Oscars reveal, the Golden Raspberry Awards, a ceremony dedicated to showcasing the very worst of the world of the big screen, has announced its list of nominations, and to nobody’s surprise it’s Transformers: Age of Extinction that leads the field.
The fourth instalment of the hugely successful but critically panned Transformers saga, starring Mark Wahlberg and Megan Fox and directed by Michael Bay, has picked up seven nominations in total. They include worst picture, worst director, worst sequel, worst screenplay, worst screen combo (for any two of the fighting robots), worst supporting actress for Nicola Peltz and worst supporting actor for Kelsey Grammer. The former ‘Frasier’ star was also recognised for his roles in The Expendables 3, Think Like a Man Too and Legends of Oz.
The 'Bumble Bee' Transformer at the NY premiere of Transformers: Age of Extinction in July 2014
Continue reading: 'Transformers: Age Of Extinction' Leads Razzies Nominations
Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh - Various celebrities including actress Salma Hayek and pop star Lorde were photographed as they attended the 16th Annual InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe after party in Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 12th January 2015
Kelsey Grammer - Photographs of a variety of stars as they arrived at the premiere for 'Reach Me' which was held at the Chinese Theatre 6 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 18th November 2014
Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh - Premiere Of Lionsgate Films' "The Expendables 3" held at TCL Chinese Theatre. The Expendables 3 has vast cast of action stars, a high quality version was reportedly leaked on the internet - Hollywood, California, United States - Tuesday 12th August 2014
Kayte Walsh and Kelsey Grammer - Stars attended the Premiere of 'The Expendables 3' on August 11th 2014 which was held on Hollywood Boulevard at the TCL Chinese Theatre - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 11th August 2014
Sofia Vergara and Sofia Loren turn up on Tribeca red carpets, while Jennifer Aniston looks rough on-set in Los Angeles and Kelsey Grammer films a British comedy. Young musician dramas If I Stay and Begin Again both offer new trailers, as does Bryan Singer's new X-men blockbuster and Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys...
The Tribeca Film Festival is underway in New York, and stars have been turning out to promote their new movies. Jon Favreau and Sofia Vergara hit the red carpet for their film Chef. Sofia Loren turned up with her filmmaker son Edoardo Ponti and other family members for the premiere of Soul Survivors. And retired boxers Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield staged a reunion on the red carpet for the the documentary Champs. Check out the videos here Jon Favreau And Sofia Vergara Appear At The Tribeca Premiere For 'Chef', Sophia Loren Takes Her Family To The Tribeca Premiere Of Film Short 'Soul Survivors' and Mike Tyson And Evander Holyfield Pose Together At The Tribeca Premiere Of 'Champs'.
Meanwhile in Los Angeles, paparazzi got more pictures of a rather rough-looking Jennifer Aniston on the set of her new movie Cake, along with costar Sam Worthington. It's about a mother who is both physically and emotionally devastated by a car crash, and gets help from an unexpected source. Take a browse through our photo gallery of Jennifer Aniston filming new movie "Cake".
Oliver Platt made his appearance at the Media Presents: 'Fargo' event at The Paley Center in New York alongside 'Braddock & Jackson' stars Martin Lawrence and Kelsey Grammer. Platt features in the 'Fargo' film-to-TV crime drama series alongside Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton.
What shows have gone the distance on television, making it to 10 seasons?
'The Big Bang Theory' has just been renewed for three more seasons meaning it will soon join the elite group of shows who have made it to the ten seasons landmark. This illustrious group is not easy to get in to, but a few other well loved series have managed to wrangle a membership. So what other long-running shows will the 'The Big Bang Theory' soon be joining the ranks of?
The Big Bang Theory Will Make It To Ten Seasons
Continue reading: 'The Big Bang Theory' And 10 Other Shows That Went 10 Seasons Or More
Kelsey Grammer will become a father of six as his current wife, Kayte, is expecting her second children with the 59 year-old.
Even though this will be the couple's second child, the new addition will make Grammer a father to six kids.
Kayte and Kesley tied the knot three years ago in February 2011, and they welcomed a daughter together on July 13th 2012, called Faith Evangeline Elisa.
Continue reading: Kelsey Grammer And Wife Kayte Will Welcome Second Child Together
Fans at the big game were treated to a 'Transformers' teaser.
Fans at Sunday's Super Bowl were given an exclusive sneak peek into the new Transformers movie, Age of Extinction, in what was the first public show of scenes from Michael Bay's ultra-cool new space robot action epic. As was previously rumoured, the title refers to the prehistoric creatures that will feature in the new film as opponents to Optimus Prime and Co.
Name-Based Jokes Aside, All Hopes Are On 'Age Of Extinction' To Revive The 'Transformers' Franchise.
As previous Transformers movies have successively bombed with critics, the name of the new movie alone will lend enough Bay-bashing ammo unless Age of Extinction is truly the turnaround that the director has promised.
Kayte Walsh and Kelsey Grammer - 15th Annual Warner Bros and InStyle Golden Globe Awards After Party - Arrivals held at the Oasis Courtyard at the Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 12th January 2014
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Eminently likable – if not a bit fussy – Kesley Grammer strayed far from his real life persona in Frasier, much like he did in Cheers. His latest role, the Grammy award winning turn of Major Tom Kane in Boss, has lead to a major Hollywood role for the outspoken, honey-throated actor.
“We’re going to start off smaller. There’s a brand new cast. To freshen the franchise we’ve redesigned everything from top to bottom,” explains director Michael Bay. “The history of the first three movies is still there, we start four years later and there’s a reason why we’re meeting a new cast.” Transformers 4 takes place four years after the events that shocked the world in Dark of the Moon, but it’s not a reboot as it continues from where the trilogy left off. With Casting for the fourth installment now underway, Grammer is the fifth actor cast in the last few months. The first official word on casting came when Bay revealed that he would be reuniting with star Mark Wahlberg.
The previous movie, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, made over $1 billion at the global box office in 2011, so Bay will have a lot to live up to. Some of the new film - opening in theaters on June 27, 2014 - will be shot using the new IMAX 3D cameras, and we can’t wait.
All Mike Wazowski dreams of is graduating from the prestigious Monsters University and becoming one of the world's best scarers. However, college doesn't go as swimmingly as he'd hoped, especially when he crosses paths with the large, hairy and extremely arrogant James P. 'Sulley' Sullivan who is also majoring in scaring and becomes his roommate. They are constantly attempting to get one up on each other and their competitiveness puts them seriously under threat of getting removed from the University's Scare Program. In order to stay on the course and graduate, they must work as a team in the dangerous Scare Games alongside their not so competent friends, the Oozma Kappa. With Mike and Sulley being total opposites of each other, they each possess what the other is missing which makes them, in theory, the perfect dream team.
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Camille filed for divorce back in 2010, and it was finalized early in 2011, however the custody rights and money splitting has taken almost two years to sort out. Apparently their fierce disputes have largely been over their enormous amount of assets- the value of which amounts to $60m. That includes the home they shared together which Kelsey insisted on taking back off the market so that he could live in it- despite the fact that it could have sold for a tidy $15m. They also had two other homes to split, as well as custody for their two children aged 8 and 11.
The split was due to Kelsey having an affair after thirteen years of marriage to Camille. He and Kayte Walsh - the flight attendant that he had the affair with - are now married with one child, with whom he was criticised for taking the new born baby to a Playboy party at Hugh Hefner's mansion; a truly bizarre choice. He and Kayte married the same month that the divorce was finalized.
Continue reading: Grammer Vs Grammer: Kelsey Grammar's Divorce Finally Settled
The cancellation of Kelsey Grammer's Starz political drama Boss comes as no real surprise. Though the series showed huge promise early on and Grammer demonstrated his undeniable acting talent, it never had the numbers to support the critical praise. According to the Los Angeles Times, its premiere brought in 659,000, though the second season averaged under 580,000. The numbers were underwhelming and - unfortunately for Grammer - the powers that be in U.S. television do not like underwhelming.
Of course, Grammer knows everything there is to know about the cut-throat business. It makes the Hollywood movie industry look positively welcoming. If your show doesn't pull in the numbers, then its goodnight Vienna. There has been the odd exception, with television executives keeping faith with the likes of The Wire, HBO's drama that received poor Nielsen ratings though is now considered to be the greatest television show of all time. Grammer's Boss actually shared similarities with David Simon's series - corrupt politics and financial malpractice - though it wasn't The Wire, it definitely wasn't The Wire. The Starz network said in a statement, "After much deliberation, we have made the difficult decision to not proceed with Boss.We remain proud of this award-winning show, its exceptional cast and writers, and are grateful to Kelsey Grammer, [creator] Farhad Safinia and our partners at Lionsgate TV."
As mentioned, Grammer knows the ways of American television all too well and the latest cancellation won't have surprised him. Since his multi-award winning magnum opus Frasier came to an end in 2004, the actor has worked hard to find his next major project, though he's still waiting. In 2007, he signed on to star opposite Patricia Heaton in Back To You, a sitcom based on the squabbling anchors of a news program. It was cancelled after one season.
Continue reading: The Boss? Kelsey Grammer And His Post-Frasier Nightmare
Having won 37 Emmys in total, plus countless other awards, it really is difficult to top the success of Frasier, and star of the show Kelsey Grammer has found it very difficult to match (or even come close) to the success that Frasier gave him. His latest venture 'Boss', a drama on Starz has already been axed, after just two seasons, reports the Huffington Post.
This news rounds off a fairly bad week for the actor, having been criticised by a Playboy bunny, Kendra Wilkinson, for bringing his baby to a party at the Playboy mansion. Boss's premise actually seems fairly interesting, as a drama following the life of the Mayor of Chicago who's diagnosed with dementia and his attempts to hide it from his colleagues and family. In theory: good, in ratings: bad, which is why Starz chose to cut it from their scheduling.
In a statement the network said: "After much deliberation, we have made the difficult decision to not proceed with [a third season of] 'Boss. We remain proud of this award-winning show, its exceptional cast and writers, and are grateful to Kelsey Grammer, [creator] Farhad Safinia and our partners at Lionsgate TV." Despite poor ratings it was critically acclaimed, Grammer even won a Grammy for his role as Tom Kane, plus it has something of a cult following. Sadly, cult followings and the odd award are not enough to keep a show from the grave. However, according to Deadline, the show may have one final reprise, a made for TV movie to make time for Kane's goodbyes and to wrap up his life.
Continue reading: Kelsey Grammer's "Boss" Not Renewed For Third Season
'Cheers' star Kelsey Grammer and his wife Kayte Walsh stop off at a Starbucks café in LAX before leaving the airport in an awaiting car. Kelsey has his 3-month-old baby daughter Faith Evangeline Elisa strapped to his body in a baby carrier. One of his entourage greets Kelsey and the baby as he arrives at the car before waving goodbye.
Kelsey Grammer stormed out of Piers Morgan’s chat show, recently, before their chat had even begun. According to E! Online, Piers is claiming that Kelsey caught wind of the fact that they had shown a clip of Kelsey’s ex wife, Camille Grammer, as the show started, so he simply got up and walked out. Piers first made the problem known when he tweeted a message to say “Kelsey Grammer was supposed to be on my show now but ran out of the building. Strange.” At this point, he appears not to understand Grammer’s motives for leaving.
A later tweet clears the situation up a little saying “So, Kelsey Grammer saw a photo of his ex wife Camille in the open to our show and legged it. Extraordinary. Never had this happen before.” Later on, Piers said that he’d had a chat with Kelsey in the green room and Kelsey had been looking forward to the interview. Later, Piers then accused Kelsey of having acted unprofessionally, saying “I like Kelsey Grammer personally, but this was a shockingly unprofessional thing to do. I wasn't even going to mention his ex-wife!” Which begs the question, of course… why show a picture of her before the interview, then, Piers?
Recently, pictures of Camille were published in the media, with the 44 year old looking stunning in a bikini, with the kind of beach body that you’d expect from someone half her age. Perhaps the renewed attention on their former relationship and publicly tricky divorce has left Kelsey feeling a bit more sensitive about the subject than normal?
Get your eyes round this Kelsey Grammer! The former Cheers and Frasier star has been left in no doubt as to what he's been missing out on after his ex-wife Camilla Grammer took a trip out to the beach and stunned photographers by fitting her amazing looking body into a skimpy grey bikini.
Celebuzz reports that the 44 year-old displayed the curves of someone half her age, as she looked tanned and relaxed whilst out on a surfing day on the beaches of Los Angeles. Grammer has credited her physique in the past to a mixture of hiking, weight training, keeping to a low-carb diet and having good genes. There's perhaps no wonder she's looking so happy either, with TMZ recently reporting that the star took a whopping $30 million from her divorce settlement from the actor when they split in July 2010.
It's not all bad news for Kelsey though; he has of course re-married since splitting with Camille and even had a child with Kayte Walsh, and it seems as though he's perfectly happy with his life new set-up. However, anyone would struggle not to have their head turned by these shots, and the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star certainly looks like her best days remain well ahead of her.
Michael Malone (Kevin Farley) is a documentary filmmaker famous for his anti-USA efforts like America Sucks the Big One. On the strength of his celebrity, he's organized a march against the Fourth of July. While his agent (James Woods) thinks he's crazy, a group of terrorists led by the evil Aziz (Robert Davi) think he's the perfect patsy for their ongoing jihad. They hire him to make a "movie" which is actually a front for a suicide bombing at a Trace Adkins concert. Happy to pursue his radical idealistic ends, Malone is suddenly visited by the ghost of his idol, JFK (Chris Anglin). He warns that he will be visited by three more ghosts, including Gen. George F. Patton (Kelsey Grammer). All hope to change his left-leaning ways, guiding him toward a more patriotic position.
Continue reading: An American Carol Review
Bud (Kevin Costner) and Molly Johnson (gifted newcomer Madeline Carroll) assume Hollywood's textbook father-daughter duo: she's the pint-sized "adult" of the trailer they call home, and he's the whiny child. On the eve of a tight presidential race, a mix-up at the polls negates Bud's ballot, which doesn't sound like a big deal until it's determined that the election will come down to a photo finish decided by one vote -- Bud's. If you think that's even remotely possible, by all means, read on. As Bud gets a crash course in democracy from smarty-pants Molly, incumbent president Andrew Boone (Kelsey Grammer) and left-leaning White House hopeful Donald Greenleaf descend on Texico, New Mexico with glad-handlers in tow in hopes of winning the slob's valuable support.
Continue reading: Swing Vote Review
This is a movie about a few more of 'em: A father (Forest Whitaker), saddled with debt, begs his college basketball star brother to lose games to pay off his bookies. And perhaps more overdone: A blocked writer (Kim Basinger) hooks up with a failed magician (Danny DeVito) to learn how to play cards and lose her and her husband's (Ray Liotta) savings. Kelsey Grammar's crippled vice detective and Tim Roth's gangster add to the mix, reminding you just how much acting talent director Mark Rydell managed to accumulate for the movie, only to squander it on a messy script that ties these story fragments together haphazardly.
Continue reading: Even Money Review
We've witnessed, this summer, how fresh blood can rejuvenate a franchise entering its third installment. Weeks ago, Paramount handed the Mission: Impossible keys to J.J. Abrams (Alias) and clicked their heels when the inventive television director breathed new life into a financially healthy but creatively stagnant series.
Fox attempts a similar trick with its valuable X-Men venture, though in honesty the studio had little choice. After conceiving two blockbuster films that delighted both critics and fans, director Bryan Singer walked away from the X universe for the chance to direct the next Man of Steel movie (his Superman Returns arrives in theaters next month). Fox wouldn't let Singer's exit kill its golden-egg-laying goose, so the studio plopped oft-maligned hired gun filmmaker Brett Ratner (Rush Hour) behind the camera and prayed that he wouldn't botch The Last Stand, reportedly the final installment.
Continue reading: X-Men: The Last Stand Review
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For starters, it's literally crawling with cult-friendly stars, including Jon Favreau (Swingers), Joey Lauren Adams (Chasing Amy), Bud Cort (Harold and Maude), Jon Gries (Real Genius), Daryl Hannah (Kill Bill),and Rachael Leigh Cook (who seems to be making a living off of desert-based movies these days). Secondly, it's got message boards buzzing with fans asking a variation on one simple question: What the hell does it all mean?
Continue reading: The Big Empty Review
OK, the title is actually an apt reference to Andy Warhol's "fifteen minutes of fame," but that doesn't mean it isn't too long. Slow, plodding, and so far-fetched it stretches the boundaries of "suspension of disbelief," 15 Minutes does very little with a good cast, hoping instead you'll bite into its shock value and simply love the taste.
Continue reading: 15 Minutes Review
That unwavering acting style can prove beneficial from time to time. Pacino's bellicose antics served him well in Michael Mann's overrated journalism epic The Insider and Lane's motivational speaker/Broadway crooner delivery proves to be a perfect fit in Disney's Teacher's Pet, an animated TV series that comes to the big screen with humor, heart and songs aplenty.
Continue reading: Teacher's Pet Review
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Somewhere between a buddy-cop potboiler and a blunted, commercialized "Natural Born Killers" lies "15 Minutes," a slick, violent thriller with an acerbic statement to make about media sensationalism.
Hard-drinking, cigar-chomping celebrity cop Eddie Flemming (Robert De Niro) and bristly, business-minded arson investigator Jordy Warsaw (Edward Burns) are on the trail of a pair of Eastern European criminals who have hit New York in pursuit of the new millennium American Dream: Get as famous as possible as fast as possible. How? By videotaping a killing spree and selling the tape to tabloid TV.
Yes, the plot just screams "gimmick!" and writer-director John Herzfeld ("2 days in the Valley") lays it on thick, like when the killers go to dinner in an upscale restaurant that shows their tabloid program on a wall-sized TV while snooty diners sip champagne. As if!
Continue reading: 15 Minutes Review
There's a reason animated sequels are usually released straight to video -- they're often half-hearted attempts to milk the cash cow spawn by the original.
There's also a reason "Toy Story 2" has been released to theaters -- Pixar Studios kid-at-heart, computer animation visionary John Lasseter has returned with a new toy box adventure even more creative, clever and astoundingly rendered than both the groundbreaking, delightful original "Toy Story" or "A Bug's Life" -- the first two 'toon masterpieces to spring from his Pentium processor.
"Toy Story 2" returns to the candy-coated, semi-synthetic visual style of its inspiration, and even takes it up a notch, with such life-like renderings that within minutes the play-time world of Andy's bedroom becomes your own reality for the length of the picture.
Continue reading: Toy Story 2 Review
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