The show features a musical score of country, gospel and pop music set to a multi-media backdrop that transports fans to Louisiana for the telling of the Robertsons' rags-to-riches story. The show opens April 15th at the Crown Theater at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino.
Duck Dynasty stars Willie and Korie Robertson will be guests on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tonight to talk about the production.
The comedy starring Ed Helms,Christina Applegate, Chris Hemsworth, Leslie Mann and Charlie Day was originally slated to come out in October, but Warner Bros. is feeling pretty good about it and has decided it deserves a July 31st release.
The movie catches up with the Griswolds and follows a grown-up Rusty (Helms) as he takes his own family on a vacation. Applegate plays his wife. Original Griswolds, Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo make cameos.
The big new movies out on video this week all got critical raves, though they had varying degrees of success at the box office.
- Benedict Cumberbatch plays genius mathematician Alan Turing in the World War 2 bio-pic The Imitation Game. Turing invented a machine that cracked the Nazis' Enigma code, but his homosexuality led to many personal issues in a far less tolerant time. Keira Knightley co-stars.
- Interstellar stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain as space explorers who use a wormhole to discover worlds light years from Earth.
- In Wild, Reese Witherspoon is a woman who decides to leave behind a pattern of self-destructive behavior and embark on a thousand-mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. Laura Dern and former child star Gaby Hoffman co-star.
The original run of Coach spent nine seasons on ABC from 1989 to 1997 and centered around Hayden Fox, the head coach of the fictional Minnesota State Screaming Eagles football team. In the new incarnation of the show, Fox is called out of retirement to assist his son who has taken a head coaching job at a college in Pennsylvania.
Hugh Jackman will don his adamantium claws just one more time.
The actor says the next time he plays Wolverine will be his last. He broke the news Saturday by posting an Instagram picture of the superhero’s claws along with the caption, “WOLVERINE…ONE LAST TIME. HJ.”
Hugh has portrayed the Marvel character in seven movies beginning in 2000. His final appearance is expected to be in the sequel to The Wolverine, which hits theaters in March 2017.