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Jay Roach To Direct Kent State Drama '67 Shots', Producing With Tina Fey And ShivHans Financing

EXCLUSIVE: Jay Roach has been set to direct 67 Shots, a film that recaptures the circumstances behind the fatal shootings at Kent State University in 1970.  835 more words

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1997 Movie Review: AUSTIN POWERS: The International Man of Mystery


AUSTIN POWERS : International Man of Mystery, 1997
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Directed by Jay Roach
Starring: Mike Myers, Elizabeth Hurley, Michael York, Mimi Rogers, Seth Green, Will Ferrell… 991 more words

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HBO Films Redefined the TV Movie -- Now It's Poised to Redefine Itself

694 nominations. 162 wins.

No network has so dominated a category at the Emmy Awards as HBO has TV movies. Its unprecedented run dates back to 1993 with a double win for “Barbarians at the Gate” and “Stalin”; since then, it’s lost just four times. 2,178 more words


Timeless Classics: Austin Powers in Goldmember

The third film focusing on Mike Myers’ Austin Powers (1997), Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) is a great third film and as of now last of the iconic spoof of spy movies. 97 more words


Timeless Classics: Austin Powers 2

Austin Powers returned in Austin Powers 2 (1999) to extra laughs and extra quotes.

Austin Powers lost something very important retroactively thanks to Dr. Evil’s obese and Scottish ally. 84 more words


COMEDY Movie Scene of the Day: ONE MILLION DOLLARS. From Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

Dr. Evil (Mike Myers) learns that a million-dollar ransom isn’t as threatening in the 1990s as it was in the 1960s.

Less a parody of the early James Bond film than a parody of the films that parodied the early James Bond films, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery stars Mike Myers as Austin Powers, by day a hipster fashion photographer in mid-’60s swingin’ London and by night a crime-fighting secret agent. 248 more words

How Austin Powers Stole the Spy Genre's Mojo and Lost His Own

Dusting ‘Em Off is a rotating, free-form feature that revisits a classic album, film, or moment in pop-culture history. This week, Sarah Kurchak explains how Austin Powers stole the spy genre’s mojo and lost his own in the process. 1,261 more words