(Srsly, what was with that sniffling??)
Topher Grace News Archive
Everyone loves a good reunion from our favorite shows and Monday night we got a little That '70s Show get together thanks to the Netflix show The Ranch!
Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson's new comedy The Ranch is set to hit the streaming service in April, but they had a special screening of the sitcom at Hollywood's ArcLight theater Monday night.
Ch-ch-check out Kutcher and Masterson's longer reunion as they play brothers trying to run their family's business when The Ranch premieres April 1 on Netflix!
[Image via AP Images.]
Our spidey senses don't know how to feel about this…
Even though its only been nine years since Venom was last featured on the big screen, we're somehow already about to get our FOURTH Spider-Man movie in that same stretch of time.
Well, Sony clearly felt awful about treating the villain so unfairly, because it was announced on Friday that the Marvel character will be getting a franchise of his own!
We're hearing that Dante Harper will be writing a script with Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach producing, and that if the first movie proves to be successful, a trilogy can be expected.
Plus, Tom Holland's Spider-Man will be completely unrelated to this installment, so yet another Young Hollywood actor is about to get very lucky!
We don't hate seeing Topher Grace in a skin-tight costume, but how miscast was he in Spider-Man 3??
Can fans ever forget that version of the symbiotic ebony alien? We wonder…
Do U think Venom is the superhero movie we deserve??
[Image via Sony Pictures.]
After all these years, we finally have a reunion episode of Seinfeld — thanks to the star of That 70s Show!
Thanks to the seventh season of Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm, which centers around a fictional Seinfeld comeback, Topher was able to get enough footage and sound of Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, etc. to create a version of the reunion that never was.
And it's… kind of about nothing…
We guess he did a good job! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the vid — and his intro (below)!
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Jesse Eisenberg Is A Stoned Sleeper Agent With Kristen Stewart In Red Band Trailer For American Ultra! Watch HERE!
Uhm, come again?!
American Ultra isn't your typical stoner film, it's a stoner-action-thriller! Jesse Eisenberg plays Mike Howell, a pot smoking long-haired store clerk who's about to pop the big question to his fellow weed loving girlfriend, played by Kristen Stewart!
Only problem is Mike is actually a sleeper agent for the government who gets thrown into action pretty quickly when things in his town start to go awry and he remembers his training… kind of.
The rest of the cast for the film is pretty stellar too! Connie Britton is a veteran agent who's on Mike's side, Topher Grace plays some sort of government higher-up ordering Mike's termination, and John Leguizamo, well, in classic Leguizamo fashion, drugs and strip clubs at 8am are involved LOLz. Trust us, it's a lot funnier than it initially sounds!
Ch-ch-check out the literally HIGH-larious NSFW Red band Trailer BELOW for American Ultra hitting theaters August 21st!
Topher Grace is making an honest woman out of girlfriend Ashley Hinshaw.
According to sources, the couple have been engaged for about a week!
The That 70's Show actor popped the question after dating for less than a year — we guess when you know, YOU KNOW!
Congratulations to Topher and Ashley on this exciting news! We can't wait for the wedding!
[Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
Internet, meet Cereal Prize! Cereal Prize, meet Internet!
Topher Grace has launched a pop culture website named Cereal Prize that fits right in with Throwback Thursday!
The site www.cerealprize.com was created and edited by Topher, just launched today, and will feature sketches, re-edited movie trailers, unaired pilots, and unseen extras that have never before seen the light of day, let alone a laptop screen.
All content is organized under the categories Great Sh*t, Funny Sh*t, Music, Trailers, Short Films and Self-Centered Sh*t. All we have to say is…good sh*t, Topher!
Examples of content include a mashup album of Jay Z and Radiohead, a lost outline for a sequel to E.T., and the best '90s bands of that never existed.
However, the real highlights are the That '70s Show spinoffs on the site! So funny!
In a recent interview, Topher opened up as to why he decided to launch his new website:
"I tried social media, and for me, 140 characters is not enough to say anything. There are comedians who can write great jokes in that space but taking a picture of an omelet I had, [with] hashtag yummy, is not interesting to me."
Well, best of luck, Topher! We'll be clicking away!
Ch-ch-check out Cereal Prize's That '70s Show animated spinoff…AFTER THE JUMP!!!