Zach Braff (Wish I Was Here) is currently directing a remake of the 1979 film, Going in Style.
Three retirees plan a bank heist. Seniors, who are tired of the monotonous life of feeding pigeons and waiting for social security, decide to rob a bank.
The original starred George Burns, Art Carney and Lee Strasberg. As you can see from the set images (via ComingSoon) the new film stars Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin. As we all know, they are all great actors so this should be a cracking movie. The script was written by Ted Melfi (St Vincent).
The film also stars Joey King and Katlyn Carlson.
10 Actors Who Really Need To Fire Their Agent Actors often make bad movies. It is an unavoidable consequence of the profession, nobody ever gets through their entire career without starring in something terrible. Screen legends Morgan […]
Cardboard Children Post-Essen Shakedown Hello youse. Well, it was Essen Shpeel (that?s how you say it). Another big games show, and lots more board game news. So let me just cherry pick a few bits of exciting post-Essen news […]
Wot I Think: Prey Prey [official site] is, I?m so pleased to report, a truly fantastic game. It is also a game for which, delightfully, you?re going to have to shake off a lot of habits and assumptions. […]
By Cassandra Khaw on March 14th, 2015 at 1:00 pm. Tweet this [embedded content] [embedded content] I am fresh back from PAX! Which, I might note, was an absolutely bizarre experience. Who knew that not running around like a headless chicken could be so exhausting? Never had I imagined that being stationary, while endlessly repeating the same lines over and […]
The RPS Bargain Bucket: Frozen-satche By Cassandra Khaw on March 28th, 2015 at 12:00 pm. Tweet this [embedded content] [embedded content] And I am freshly returned from Iceland, more or less intact. The foul weather […]
The RPS Bargain Bucket: You Orc To Hear This By Cassandra Khaw on April 11th, 2015 at 2:30 pm. Share this: Facebook Twitter Reddit I?m a seething ball of impatience this weekend, guys. Next week, I get to be on a press release. On […]
Minecraft: Bug Fixes I Have Enjoyed By Philippa Warr on February 17th, 2015 at 6:00 pm. Tweet this [embedded content] [embedded content] I think I?ve mentioned before my fondness for people using simple language to […]
Colouring Pages for Grown Ups ? Chameleons I have had wonderful feedback from you all with regards to the Summer Colouring Pages I have been running ? curating some fantastic colouring page ?guest posts? from wonderful bloggers […]
After a Yes, Yes, Yes from WWE it?s certainly a No, No, No now? WWE.com It has been a frustrating year for every single member of the Yes Movement. Daniel Bryan?s against all odds WWE World Heavyweight Championship win was THE feel good moment of 2014. But since his hand was raised and he embraced Connor ?The Crusher? Michalek, almost […]
8 Wrestling Records That Will Never Be Broken tumblr Back in January, Chris Jericho broke Triple H's record of most cumulative minutes spent in a Royal Rumble match. Much like the entries that comprise this list, it is in no imminent […]
10 Greatest Debuts In WWE NXT History Shinsuke Nakamura will surely have his work cut out for him at NXT TakeOver: Dallas. WWE.com It?s been a whirlwind of a week in the world of wrestling with fans buzzing over the […]
HBO Winter is here. After just over a year – which has felt like roughly 6500 in real terms – Game Of Thrones is back with a brand new trailer for the forthcoming seventh season, and the world just got an awful lot more hyped for the return to Westeros. We’re into the real business end of the show, with […]
The idea of people emitting good and bad vibes gets a Shakespearian twist with the latest cinematic effort by filmmaker Darren Paul Fisher (Inbetweeners). Frequencies (2013) revolves around a dystopian world where people who have an inherent ability to be at the right placed at right time are valued more than those destined to be cursed with bad luck. [embedded […]
The Rise and Rise of Benedict Cumberbatch Since becoming a household name with his star-making turn as the iconic Sherlock Holmes, Benedict Cumberbatch has notched up an astoundingly impressive resume of film and TV roles. […]
Folk x Goss Collaboration by Keanu Adorable British brand Folk have collaborated with the ever so talented Goss Brothers, no not Matt and Luke tut, on a capsule collection and gallery pop-up shop. The menswear […]
In Austria, Nico Rosberg finally did something he?d threatened to do since the season began but hadn?t quite managed: he took a win off his team mate. Yes, there was Monaco, but that one fell into his lap after a strategic blunder. And in Spain pole position meant he started the race with the upper hand over Lewis Hamilton. The […]
Jo Addison & her boys Travel blogger Jo Addison is an expert in finding child friendly things to do! Here she shares her 5 top places to take your kids during the summer holiday. Over to Jo? With the 6 week school holidays fast approaching, most parents are starting to think about how they are going to entertain the kids […]
Family Days Out Round-up: A summer of fun Photo credit: asife, Shutterstock Hello and a warm welcome back to the Family Days Out Round-Up. Apologies if you missed us in August but I had so few submissions to the round-up that I […]
Spain Family Travel: Top things to do in Aragon Picture: Jenography.net Family holidays in Spain are always going to be a good idea ? there?s great food, fantastic wine and amazing history. In the Aragon region in northern Spain, which […]
Education Round-up: Home education in action Photo credit: Rawpixel.com, Shutterstock Home education is a choice being made by a growing number of U.K. families for a huge variety of reasons and in September last year we joined the […]
BritMums Guide to: Paultons Park Lifestyle blogger and BritMums Family Days Out Editor Kara Guppy of Chelseamamma.co.uk took her family to Paultons Park to report for BritMums about the family friendliness of the UK?s […]
In the round-up: Pastor Maldonado?s manager says it would make no sense for him to chase one of the remaining F1 seats at Manor. Volunteers needed for new project I?m looking for around 15 volunteers to help compile data for a new project related to F1 Fanatic. If you?ve got a passion for motor sport and are happy to spend […]
2015 F1 season Pirelli will continue to use the same tyre allocations as last year for the next four races. As in 2014, F1?s official tyre supplier will bring its hardest tyre compounds for the Spanish Grand Prix, and its softest combination for Monaco, Canada and Austria. Circuit 2015 Option 2015 Prime 2014 Option 2014 Prime Melbourne Soft Medium Soft […]
The weather mightn?t know what to do with itself at the moment, but one thing?s for sure, there?s certainly an Autumnal nip to the air and things are only going to get colder. Nevertheless, console youself in the fact that it?s the season to wrap up, layer up and spend some of your hard earned cash on some top quality […]
There was widespread relief yesterday as the FIA signalled Formula One?s disastrous experimentation with elimination qualifying will come to an end in time for the next round of the championship. Why did the sport embrace new qualifying format when teams knew would fail before it was introduced and which fans largely didn?t want? Many have taken it as a sign […]