“It was a big hook,” smiles Director Jay Roach, recalling the all-too-relatable crux of his cringe-heavy hit Meet The Parents, which turns 20 this year.
'Austin Powers' filmmaker Jay Roach wants to return to comedy in the wake of prestige real-life dramas like 'Trumbo' and 'Bombshell'.
'I’ve done a lot of these films where we convert and transform people, but that’s by far the most uncanny we’ve ever got to,' he said.
Verne Troyer's death has been ruled a suicide caused by alcohol intoxication by the Los Angeles coroner's office report, it's been confirmed.
The actor explains how "grateful" he was when he met Myers on the set of their new movie and thanked him for helping director Edgar Wright.
Verne Troyer's death has been reported as a possible suicide', according to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Coroner.
‘The films turned violence towards dwarf bodies into a spectacle for comedy’ … Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, 1999. I have dwarfism. The character was a compound of stereotypes of people with dwarfism.
Austin Powers actor Verne Troyer was hospitalised on Monday night, after friends became concerned that he was 'suicidal and intoxicated'.
A funny scene in the Edgar Wright-directed film sees robbers don mistakenly don masks of Mike Myers' comedy character.
An auteur like David Fincher takes as much time over his credits as he does the rest of the movie and several of his films have iconic titles. Ask a movie nerd to name a title designer and chances are Saul Bass is what they’ll come up with. This 1955 junkie drama starring Frank Sinatra was way ahead of its time and the spare but beautiful titles illustrate a heroin addict’s arm through the medium of cut-out paper.