While many were a little perturbed at the idea of an American remake of last year’s award-winning German-Austrian comedy Toni Erdmann, and that it’s happening so soon after the original was released, we have some extremely good news today: Jack Nicholson, whose last starring role was in 2010, has been set to star in our Toni Erdmann.
‘Batman’ was a big enough moment in popular culture that, at one time, a perfectly reasonable sophomore in high school wanted to permanently attach a logo from a movie onto his only mode of transportation. And no other seemingly reasonable classmates of his were going to publicly disagree with this idea.
Last we heard, three-time Oscar winner Jack Nicholson wasn't totally retired, but the 76-year old had become so choosy about his work that it's possible 2010's 'How Do You Know' could be his last feature film. Well, not if Tom Cruise has anything to say about it, as he's wooing Jack to star along with him in 'El Presidente' for his 'Edge of Tomorrow' director Doug Liman.
Leonardo DiCaprio may be taking a break from acting -- but that doesn't mean he's taken a break from acting like Jack Nicholson.
DiCaprio co-starred along Nicholson in 2006's 'The Departed' (in which more people die than a 'Game of Thrones' episode), but this is the first time we're seeing his uber-expressive eyebrows inspired by the veteran actor. Which begs the question ... why do all the best s
Yes, we know we're going on and on about Jennifer Lawrence, but deal. It's not our fault she had so many adorable moments on Sunday night.
In one of the best, ‘Good Morning America’ caught her being interview-bombed by screen legend Jack Nicholson -- and she reacted not like an Oscar winner, but like anyone else would.
Is 'The Judge' the project that will see Jack Nicholson return to the big screen for the first time since 2010's 'How Do You Know'? Director David Dobkin is currently trying to get Nicholson to star as Robert Downey Jr.'s father in the upcoming drama.