There is nothing in the world that can keep me from watching this movie. This movie is where Kevin Spacey’s punishment for working too hard and ignoring his family is being turned into a cat by Christopher Walken.
Peter Pan Live! has released even more dancing and singing footage from the dress rehearsal of their soon-to-be-live and televised musical show. If there was any doubt that there is magic in this world, please let the pausing and mugging Walken clear that up for you.
NBC's Peter Pan Live! show is nearing its official air date. In hopes of getting us all very, very excited, the studio has released a snippet of dress rehearsal footage, and Christopher Walken's Captain Hook is already stealing the show.
Christopher Walken doesn't quite look like himself all dolled up as Captain Hook for the upcoming live televised performance of the musical Peter Pan. In fact, he doesn't look quite like a real human being.
Christopher Walken will star as Captain Hook in NBC's live stage performance of Peter Pan. And he'll be tap dancing.
Lots of off-beat choices have been playing Zeus lately. You had Liam Neeson in the Titans films. You have Sean Bean in the Percy Jackson films. But screw that — we want Christopher Fuckin' Walken playing the King of the Gods. And this movie already exists.
Stop what you're doing and watch the trailer for The Power of Few. It's part heist film, and part weird science Jesus cloning experiment. We are so into the lunacy streaming out of this wackadoo film. The Power of Few stars Christian Slater, Anthony Anderson and Hollywood's favorite grandpa Christopher Walken. Watch…
From the sketch comedy group POKYPAC comes The Walken Dead, a television series about an entire planet overrun by undead cannibals who know how to run a joke into the ground. Zombies and Christopher Walken impressions may be a smidge overplayed, but they're surprisingly fresh combined.
Whenever someone urges you to do something dumb in the name of science, it's always a good idea to stop and ponder. That's the important takeaway message in this clip from 1983's Brainstorm, the second movie from Silent Running director Douglas Trumbull. Scientists invent a new method for recording experiences,…
It's another installment of Entropist, a scifi culture column by futurist design maven Geoff Manaugh, author of BLDG BLOG. If we can hack Wiis and iPods and old Segas, make garage door openers into mobile phones and cause elevators to run backwards — or turn upside-down, or do whatever it is that elevator hacks are…