Kevin Spacey

Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey Make History in New ‘Elvis & Nixon’ Trailer

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In 1970, just a few weeks before the new year, history was made: Elvis Presley walked up to the White House gate and demanded to see President Richard Nixon. He wanted to be a secret agent. He wanted to have a badge. And he wanted to do ridiculous kung fu. It was perhaps the most important event in the whole year, and now it’s coming to theaters as Amazon’s Elvis & Nixon. The first trailer has just been released. 
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Kevin Spacey Is Running a Studio Now

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Everyone knows Kevin Spacey as one of our most respected and gifted actors, winner of two Academy Awards and creator of some of the most memorable villains in recent moviedom. And his fans – particularly those immersed in the theat-uh – know he spent a dozen years as artistic director of London’s famed Old Vic theater. Now he’ll call upon both of those skill sets, as the newly appointed chairman of Relativity Media’s filmmaking division.
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10 Offbeat Holiday Movies You Can Stream Right Now

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Happy Christmas Eve Eve! Last-minute gifts are getting wrapped, later-minute gifts are being bought, cookies are baking, eggnog’s getting spiked, and chances are, there’s a holiday movie on your television/laptop/watch/whatever. If you’re looking for something traditional, there are plenty of options (you’ll find several in our Holiday Canon). But if you’d care for something off the usual menu, we’ve got a few suggestions — all of them ready to watch, at this very moment.
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The 10 Best Uncredited Film Performances by Famous Actors

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The third-act appearance of Kevin Spacey as ‘Seven’ killer John Doe blindsided opening weekend audiences, since Spacey was unbilled on posters and in the opening credits, and unseen in the trailers and TV spots. It’s a good trick—and part of a long-running tradition of surprise, unbilled appearances by actors and actresses of note. …Read More

The 10 Best Twist Endings in Movie History

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Twenty years ago this week, Bryan Singer’s The Usual Suspects opened in theaters, and everybody lost their minds. It ended up redefining the “twist” ending, becoming a kind of shorthand for a left-field, eleventh-hour plot development that reconfigures everything that’s come before. But it was neither the first nor last movie to do that ending, or do it well. …Read More