114 search results for Craig T. Nelson


  • Peter-krause-and-craig-t.-nelson-on-parenthood_home_top_story
  • Craig-t.-nelson-of-parenthood_home_top_story
  • Parenthood_nelson_home_top_story
  • Incredibles_home_top_story

    Samuel L. Jackson wants an 'Incredibles' sequel as much as you do

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013

    'RoboCop' actor talks about possible Pixar project at Comic-Con
  • Reboots_home_top_story

    Sometimes, dead is better: Has TV's reboot fever run amok?

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Jun 9, 2015

    New versions of 'Twin Peaks,' 'X-Files,' 'Full House' & more are on the way; where does it end?
  • Belly-Aching Laughs: Blades of Glory/Old School/Without a Paddle

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    Includes:Old School (2003), MPAA Rating: R Without a Paddle (2004), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Blades of Glory (2007), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Old School Three men relive their carefree college years by killing off as many brain cells as possible in this over-the-top comedy. Mitch (Luke Wilson) returns home from a less-than-pleasant business trip one evening to discover his wife, Heidi (Juliette Lewis), involved in a ménage à trois with two blindfolded strangers. Feeling less than welcome at home after this, Mitch rents a house near the campus of a nearby college; two of Mitch's old college buddies, Beanie (Vince Vaughn) and Frank (Will Ferrell), stop by to cheer him up. They soon become regular guests at Mitch's place, despite the fact that Frank only recently wed Marissa (Perrey Reeves), while Beanie and his wife, Lara (Leah Remini), are busy with two kids. Beanie decides to throw a housewarming party for Mitch, and since Beanie sells audio equipment for a living, he's able to trick out the big bash with a massive PA system and an appearance by Snoop Dogg. Mitch soon finds he's the not-entirely-willing proprietor of the school's leading party spot, which raises the ire of Pritchard (Jeremy Piven), a dean at the college who was the target of Mitch, Frank, and Beanie's abuse when they were all students. Pritchard arranges to have Mitch's neighborhood zoned into a student housing district, but Beanie and Frank respond by forming a fraternity and making Mitch's home their headquarters. Mitch, however, is not enthusiastic about the idea, especially as he's trying to impress Nicole (Ellen Pompeo), a beautiful divorcee who is less than enchanted with Frank and Beanie's "party hearty" lifestyle. Old School director Todd Phillips knows more than a bit about the seamy side of fraternity life as director of the infamous unreleased documentary Frat House. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Without a Paddle Just as the old saying goes, a trio of hapless city-dwelling friends (Seth Green, Matthew Lillard, and Dax Shepard) find themselves spiraling out of control up a very brown river in this raucous comedy from Little Nicky director Steven Brill. Heading out for a weekend canoe trip in search of an elusive 200,000-dollar treasure, the trio must contend with everything from raging rapids to backwoods mountain men if they're ever going to uncover the secret of the missing booty. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide Blades of Glory Will Ferrell, Jon Heder, and Will Arnett headline this high-concept comedy concerning two male figure-skating rivals aching to compete despite having been banned from the sport. Their medals stripped after getting into a highly publicized fight at the World Championships, star figure skaters Chazz Michael Michaels (Ferrell) and Jimmy MacElroy (Heder) are barred from ever competing in the sport again. Upon discovering a loophole that will allow them to perform together in the pairs figure skating category, the two athletes determine to put their differences aside in order to pursue their gold medal aspirations. Amy Poehler, Jenna Fischer, Craig T. Nelson, and Rob Corddry co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
  • Skulls Trilogy

    Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Sep 13, 2009

    Includes:The Skulls (2000), MPAA Rating: PG-13 The Skulls II (2002) The Skulls 3 (2003), MPAA Rating: PG-13 The Skulls In this suspense drama, a college student finds himself immersed in forces beyond his control. Born and raised in a working-class Connecticut community, Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson) made it into an Ivy League college, where he's done quite well; his dream is to be accepted into Harvard Law School, but he knows that it will take more than a good report card to beat out the competition. When an upper-crust secret society called the Skulls asks Luke to join, he eagerly accepts, thinking that the club's connections will help him gain acceptance to Harvard. He enjoys the Skulls' luxurious lifestyle, but when his roommate, a journalism student, dies of an apparent suicide, he's convinced that something is wrong. The deeper Luke digs into the secrets of the Skulls, the more he's convinced that his friend's death was no suicide and that he's put himself in more danger than he imagined. The Skulls was the first starring vehicle for Joshua Jackson, who gained fame on the TV series Dawson's Creek; the supporting cast includes Paul Walker, Craig T. Nelson, Hill Harper, and William L. Petersen. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide The Skulls II The red-robed Skulls are at it again. The exclusive, sinister college fraternity that makes hazing seem like pillow fights inducts Ryan Sommers (Robin Dunne), who later secretly witnesses what appears to be the death of a woman at the hands of a Skull member. But of course, he can't tell on a Skull because the motto is "A Skull above all others," which is how some of these guys get to be high government leaders and megalomaniacal industrialists. Ryan's conscience bothers him anyway but once he begins investigating how to report the crime, his girlfriend, Ali (Ashley Lyn Cafagna), rejects him and seemingly everyone in a position to help him is a Skull. With the inspiration of lovely, good-hearted Kelly (Lindy Booth), Ryan proceeds to do what's right, even if it's wrong for him. ~ Buzz McClain, All Movie Guide The Skulls 3 The second straight-to-video sequel to the 2000 thriller The Skulls marks the feature directorial debut of television producer/director J. Miles Dale. Again focusing on the secret fraternal society of The Skulls (based on the real-life Skull and Bones), The Skulls 3 stars Bring It On's Clare Kramer as Taylor Brooks, a new student who aims to become the first female member of the powerful organization. Met with resistance from many of The Skulls, Taylor shows that she's willing to resort to any means necessary to gain acceptance. Bryce Johnson and Barry Bostwick also star. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide
  • Parenthood_mauratierney_652_home_top_story

    Maura Tierney exits NBC's 'Parenthood'

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Sep 10, 2009

    Actress' medical treatment will leave NBC recasting her role
  • Nup_148523_0192_home_top_story

    '30 Rock' - 'The Shower Principle': 30 Rock already did it!

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Mar 30, 2012

    Liz realizes her life never changes, while Jack finds salvation in sofas
  • Parenthood_mauratierney_652_home_top_story

    Star's illness pushes NBC's 'Parenthood' to midseason

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, Jul 10, 2009

    The medical dramedy 'Mercy' will premiere in the fall due to Maura Tierney's health
  • Monicapotter_trustme_home_top_story

    More stars join NBC's 'Parenthood'

    Type: Article | Date: Monday, Apr 20, 2009

    Monica Potter, Bonnie Bedelia and Sam Jaeger join Ron Howard-produced pilot
  • Parenthood-namaste-no-more_home_top_story

    'Parenthood,' 'Namaste No More': No one lies harder than Holly McClane's husband

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2010

    The 'Parenthood' grandparents have problems
  • Lost_ben_home_top_story

    Emmy nomination predictions for 2010 begin

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Jun 14, 2010

    Over the next five days, HitFix'll break down the leading acting candidates