Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell Quick Links

News Pictures Film Footage Quotes RSS

JJ Feild and Neve Campbell attends the 26th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards held at Cipriani Wall Street, New York, United States - Tuesday 29th November 2016

Jj Feild and Neve Campbell
Jj Feild and Neve Campbell
Jj Feild and Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell seen on the red carpet at the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 19th September 2016

Neve Campbell
Neve Campbell
Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell seen on the red carpet at the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 18th September 2016

Neve Campbell
Neve Campbell
Neve Campbell
Neve Campbell and Jj Feild
Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell - Guests attend group exhibition 'City Lights' at London's newest art gallery and members lounge, Lights of Soho. at Brewer Street - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 16th July 2015

Neve Campbell
Neve Campbell
Neve Campbell
Toni Gallagher, Guest and Neve Campbell

Fourth Season Of 'House Of Cards' To Feature Neve Campbell As Cast Regular


Neve Campbell Kevin Spacey Robin Wright

‘90s TV and film star Neve Campbell is continuing her career resurgence with the news that she’s to be a regular member of the cast of ‘House of Cards’ when it returns for its fourth season.

Deadline reports that Campbell, the former star of teen drama ‘Party of Five’ and slasher movie Scream, will be joining the cast alongside Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, but no news has yet been revealed as to the character she’ll be playing.

Neve CampbellNeve Campbell will reportedly be a regular in season 4 of 'House of Cards'

Continue reading: Fourth Season Of 'House Of Cards' To Feature Neve Campbell As Cast Regular

Sony Remaking 1996 Cult Horror Movie 'The Craft'


The Craft Robin Tunney Fairuza Balk Neve Campbell Rachel True

The cult horror film, The Craft, is being remade by Sony. The reboot of the 1996 film, which was also distributed by Sony (under their Columbia banner), will have a brand new director but a few executives are reprising their roles for the upcoming project.

Neve CampbellNeve Campbell starred in the original movie.

Read More:  Neve Campbell Explains Why She Did Four Scream Movies.

Continue reading: Sony Remaking 1996 Cult Horror Movie 'The Craft'

Walter Review


Very Good

The shift from bright comedy to rather grim drama is gradual enough to carry the audience along, but it's rather startling to end up somewhere so serious after such a cheeky start. Director Anna Mastro and writer Paul Shoulberg set this up as a breezy coming-of-age movie before adding a supernatural twist and quietly moving the goal posts. Fortunately, the strong cast and assured filmmaking carry the audience along. So even if it ultimately begins to feel melodramatic, it's also surprisingly moving and meaningful.

Convinced that he has been called by God to decide who goes to heaven and hell, 18-year-old Walter (Andrew J. West) is a perfectionist who maintains order in his life both at home with his over-concerned mother Karen (Virginia Madsen) and at his job taking tickets in the local multiplex. At work, he has his eye on the smart-sexy Kendall (Levin Rambin), but is too shy to speak to her and is teased mercilessly about this by bullying colleague Vince (Milo Ventimiglia). Then a ghost named Greg (Justin Kirk) starts taunting him as well, and Walter finally agrees to see a shrink (William H. Macy) in the hopes of restoring order to his life.

Of course, the point is that Walter doesn't need order: he needs to face up to the truth about the death of his father (Peter Facinelli in flashbacks). But the more he acknowledges, the more his life seems to unravel around him. This is played beautifully by West, a likeable actor who manages to get even more engaging as Walter falls apart. His interaction with the rest of the cast is pointed and witty, packed with knowing commentary and some sharply funny observations. And all of the actors around him bring layers of emotion and energy to the film.

Continue reading: Walter Review

Seduced And Abandoned Review


Excellent

Anyone interested in how movies get made will love this feisty behind-the-scenes documentary, which uses sharp comedy to explore the messy business side of cinema. Both smart and very funny, it may not tell us much that we don't know (mainly that it's almost impossible to get a film financed unless it's a blockbuster with bankable stars), but it reveals things in ways that make us wonder about the future of the movies.

The film follows actor Alec Baldwin and director James Toback as they head to the Cannes Film Festival to secure funding for their planned Iraq-set riff on Last Tango in Paris. They meet with a variety of experts who tell them that their hoped-for budget is three times too high for a movie starring Baldwin and Neve Campbell. So they talk to Chastain, Bejo and Kruger about taking over the lead role. They also consult with a range of prominent filmmakers including Scorsese, Coppola, Polanski and the Last Tango maestro himself, Bertolucci. But the more time they spend with the people who control the money, the more they wonder if their movie will ever get made.

It's fairly clear from the start that Last Tango in Tikrit is a joke project, but everyone takes it seriously. And as they talk to prospective investors, Baldwin and Toback consider adjusting the film to get more cash by, for example, shooting scenes in Russia or China. It's fascinating to hear these billionaires offer advice on how to get their movie made. And hilariously, no one worries about Baldwin's insistence that the story requires explicit sexual scenes.

Continue reading: Seduced And Abandoned Review

Neve Campbell and J.J. Feild - Celebrities attend "Stars Under The Stars" Evening to benefit American Ballet Theatre in Beverly Hills home of Jeanne and Anthony Pritizker - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Thursday 12th September 2013

Neve Campbell and J.j. Feild
Neve Campbell and J.j. Feild
Neve Campbell and J.j. Feild
Neve Campbell and J.j. Feild

Neve Campbell In 'Grey's Anatomy' As Derek Shepherd's Sister


Neve Campbell Patrick Dempsey Caterina Scorsone Party Of Five

Four words: Neve Campbell, 'Grey's Anatomy'. That's right; the 'Scream' actress is set to become the latest cast addition to ABC's medical drama.

Before you get excited, however, the stunning 39-year-old star is only confirmed to appear in two episodes of the long running series to play one of Patrick Dempsey's heartthrob character Dr. Derek Shepherd's four sisters. Two of his sisters, Amelia and Nancy, have previously made appearances in the series played by Caterina Scorsone and Embeth Davitz respectively. The other two siblings have yet remained elusive though we do know that one of them is a psychiatrist called Kathleen; Neve Campbell's exact role is, however, vague.

Campbell is best known for her roles on 1996 horror movie 'Scream' as Sidney Prescott and its subsequent three sequels as well as the 1994 to 2000 TV series 'Party Of Five' in which she played Julia Salinger. Talking of 'Scream' though, Campbell and Dempsey's first onscreen work together was for 'Scream 3' in which they shared a romantic connection, with Dempsey starring as the law abiding Detective Mark Kincaid with an unrelenting crush on Sidney.

Continue reading: Neve Campbell In 'Grey's Anatomy' As Derek Shepherd's Sister

Video - Neve Campbell And Rachel True Deep In Conversation


Canadian actress Neve Campbell (Party of Five; Scream; Wild Things) and American actress Rachel True (Half & Half; The Cosby Show; The Craft) are seen together in Beverly Hills. The pair seem to be deep in conversation as they pass the photographers and only acknowledge them when they stop to cross the road.

Neve and Rachel met each other on the set of teen horror film 'The Craft' - a film about four teenage girls who practise witchcraft - and have been best friends ever since

54 Review


OK
Extremely watery and soap opera-ish, this expose on the inner workings of Studio 54 at the end of the 1970s is pretty tame. Sure, drugs, sex, money, booze, etc. were all free-flowing. But who didn't know that? The fictionalized story of a bartender's rise to power that's weaved in here doesn't make the film any better.

Wild Things Review


Very Good
The most often-asked question I have gotten in my career as a film critic isn't how I see the movies. It isn't what I review for. It isn't how much do I make, or have I ever been blurbed. It's do I review porn. I smile at this, display a little bit of patience (a little bit more if the person who asks happens to be an attractive woman, and such a situation has happened more than once), and say that I don't. If they pester me with the question, I respond with a simple joke: "My main problem with porn is its lack of plot."

Although, quite honestly, I don't have a particular problem with porn (it just isn't in the regular canon of films to be reviewed, that's all), that simple joke often proves true. One-too-many guilty pleasure flicks have been bashed by me on the account that they do nothing other than serve as a generalized platform for commercializing sex without any other cinematic value. And, although I am willing to give points in such a B-or-C-grade film for casting a woman with certain... assets... that suit the part, I find myself unable to otherwise turn off the "critic's switch" within me to the point that I can be guiltlessly turned on by the images in front of me on the screen.

Continue reading: Wild Things Review

Panic Review


Excellent

A brilliantly observant, darkly humorous and immaculately acted movie about an average suburban father in the throes of a midlife crisis, "Panic" bears an vague, off-kilter resemblance to "American Beauty" in style and subject.

Its central character is a meek and neurotic man in his 40s (William H. Macy) whose growing fixation with a sexually conflicted nymph (Neve Campbell) half his age is turning his life upside-down. The two films share a similar dysfunctional domesticity as well, and a crisp but sparse visual elegance with just a pinch of excess color.

But Alex (Macy), the sympathetic anti-hero of "Panic," has a much bigger secret than his newfound temptation for a younger woman. Alex is a hit man -- and he's just not sure he's comfortable in that line of work anymore.

Continue reading: Panic Review

The Company Review


OK

The title sequence of Robert Altman's "The Company," a fictional verite peek behind the curtain of Chicago's Joffrey Ballet, consists of a conceptual dance with rainbow lighting and iridescent strips of fabric used to create a constantly shifting web behind and among the lissome and lively dancers.

Their accompanyment is music seemingly harvested from electronic scales -- bloops and bleeps like something out of "Logan's Run." The cinematography provides the audience's perspective, as well as some shots from the back of the stage looking outward, some from just offstage, silhouetting performers in lighting from vertical scaffolds, and some from high within the scaffolding itself.

There are several such sequences throughout the film (they represent passages of time -- one performance for each season at the Ballet), but this first dance literally sets the stage. Altman is metaphorically announcing his intention to spy on every aspect of his subject from the locker rooms and practice barres to covetous company politics and interpersonal cattiness to calluses, injuries and affairs interfering with ambition.

Continue reading: The Company Review

Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell Quick Links

News Pictures Film Footage Quotes RSS
Advertisement

Neve Campbell

Date of birth

3rd October, 1973

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.70


Advertisement
Advertisement

Neve Campbell Movies

Walter Movie Review

Walter Movie Review

The shift from bright comedy to rather grim drama is gradual enough to carry the...

Seduced and Abandoned Movie Review

Seduced and Abandoned Movie Review

Anyone interested in how movies get made will love this feisty behind-the-scenes documentary, which uses...

Scream 4 Movie Review

Scream 4 Movie Review

More than a decade after Scream 3, Craven and company reteam for another knowing thriller...

Scream Movie Review

Scream Movie Review

My review notes for Scream consist of three whole words:Totally.F***ing.Scary.What has been billed as the...

Advertisement
The Company Movie Review

The Company Movie Review

Thank you, Robert Altman. Coming fast on the heels of one of the worst moviegoing...

When Will I Be Loved Movie Review

When Will I Be Loved Movie Review

Neve Campbell's performance as Vera, a poor scheming rich girl, in When Will I Be...

Scream 3 Movie Review

Scream 3 Movie Review

Normally, as a critic, we are exempt from the cost of seeing a movie....

Three to Tango Movie Review

Three to Tango Movie Review

How will Three to Tango be remembered?Maybe as another Matthew Perry star vehicle where he...

Drowning Mona Movie Review

Drowning Mona Movie Review

If you've ever found yourself in a theater watching a movie like Throw Momma from...

Advertisement
Artists
Actors
    Filmmakers
      Artists
      Bands
        Musicians
          Artists
          Celebrities
             
              Artists
              Interviews
                musicians & bands in the news
                  actors & filmmakers in the news
                    celebrities in the news

                      Go Back in Time using our News archive to see what happened on a particular day in the past.