Let’s all just hope that Harrison Ford (aka Indiana Jones aka Hans Solo) was not harmed during the making of this movie…
Harrison Ford is doing a big dog movie!
Everybody’s talking about Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in Tarantino’s latest flick, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood — but the film also features a new breed of action star named Brandy who more than holds her own with the big dogs…and really chews up the scenery!
This could be a fun love-hate movie for all you passionate dog lovers out there…Based on one of Broadway’s longest-running musicals ever!
It’s the end of an era with the sad news today of the passing of Grumpy Cat, the OG of social media/Internet celebrity superstars, who reportedly raked in untold millions in endorsements and appearance fees (and whose real given pet name was actually “Tardar Sauce”).
Although she always had that notoriously miserable expression pasted on her face, this famously frowning feline spreads tons of good cheer wherever she was seen online — or up close and personal. Thanks for the meme-ries, Grumpy Cat! (SFGate)
Here comes another cute, kid-friendly dog movie from W. Bruce Cameron, the author of A Dog’s Purpose and A Dog’s Journey…
So, you wanna turn your beloved pooch into an Instagram influencer? Well, don’t quit your day job, according to Brian X. Chen in his revealing NYT piece, I Tried to Make My Dog an Instagram Celebrity. I Failed.
While it may not be in the running for this year’s Oscars, you can bet this new dogu-series (ahem, sorry), DOGS, will be sure to gain some traction with Netflix viewers.
If you wanna see 1,000 Corgis storming the beach this weekend, then this is the place…Corgi Con! (Sorry, all other breeds — you’ll have to bribe the lifeguards to sneak in!)
In these wild and crazy times of fake news and over-the-top hyperbole, it’s refreshing — and maybe a little insane — to see two young people put their lives on the line for a loose dog in the city, as you will see in this thrilling NYPost story, Dog Leads Cyclists on Dramatic Chase Through the Streets of New York.
“In the future, your dog will tell you how to survive.”
Harlan Ellison, the strikingly original — and some might add bizarre, combative, and controversial — sci-fi writer whose credits included Star Trek and many more dozens of TV shows and screenplays, died yesterday at the age of 84.
With his extremely provocative Stephen King meets Disney-style, Ellison was also one of the early innovators of the “talking dog” movie, as seen below in the 1975 apocalyptic cult classic, A Boy and His Dog, which starred a young Don Johnson.