J.K. Simmons News

'Terminator Genisys' Star J.K. Simmons Has Signed on for More Sequels J.K. Simmons — along with Michael Keaton — recently parted ways with Kong: Skull Island, but he still has some other (potential) big franchise plans. Simmons was one of the best parts of the mostly not-great Terminator Genisys, fully committing to his role as a frazzled cop and genuinely appearing to have fun with the film, which really needed it. The actor has now revealed that he’s signed on for more Terminator sequels, guaranteeing that if there are more of these movies, we can at least look forward to his part in them. Continue reading…

J.K. Simmons is finally featured in new Terminator: Genisys TV spot Just like that, I’m a little bit more excited for TERMINATOR: GENISYS. We hadn’t seen much of anything from J.K. Simmons' Detective O’Brien character, but thankfully this new TV spot gives us the goods. I’m surprised it took them this long to throw something together featuring the now Oscar-winning actor but I'm glad they did. Check out the spot... Read More...

J.K. Simmons is finally featured in new Terminator: Genisys TV spot Just like that, I’m a little bit more excited for TERMINATOR: GENISYS. We hadn’t seen much of anything from J.K. Simmons' Detective O’Brien character, but thankfully this new TV spot gives us the goods. I’m surprised it took them this long to throw something together featuring the now Oscar-winning actor but I'm glad they did. Check out the spot... Read More...

New ‘Terminator: Genisys’ Images Feature J.K. Simmons, a Young Sarah Connor, and More Terminator: Genisys promises to tie the Terminator timeline in knots, but from our reality the film’s progression is perfectly linear. The Paramount marketing team has dropped cast photos, a poster, a trailer, and a Super Bowl spot; today, we have some more Terminator Genisys images to look at while we count down the days until the film’s summer release. Check out the latest pics featuring Emilia Clarke, Arnold Schwarzenegger, J.K.

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‘Terminator Genisys’: J.K. Simmons Talks Quality Script & Cast

screenrant.com – The Terminator franchise is getting a reboot in the form of Terminator Genisys, a movie that brings back Arnold Schwarzenegger for a revisit to the original Terminator movie via some yet-unexplained time travel mechanics that are currently best explained with vague comparison to Back to the Future Part II, X-Men:

5 years 51 weeks ago via jetli
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J.K. Simmons on Playing a ‘Real’ Villain in ‘Whiplash’

variety.com – Though he’s appeared in more than 50 movies and several hit TV shows, J.K. Simmons is perhaps still best known as the deadpan professor in Farmer’s Insurance commercials. “It’s humbling, to say the least,” says the 59-year-old actor. So perhaps it’s only fitting that though Simmons landed the leading role on a broadcast network series... 6 years 3 weeks ago via donnieyen
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J.K. Simmons talks Terminator: Genesis

feedproxy.google.com – We sat down with J.K. Simmons in Cannes to talk all things Whiplash, his brilliant new drumming drama that's taking the festival circuit by storm. And while we were there, we couldn't resist the opportunity to ask him about his next big upcoming project, Terminator: Genesis. "I can tease very little but the character I play is a small role that I'm told becomes larger in the sequels, which are planned of course," he teased. 6 years 18 weeks ago via brucelee

Doctor Who Star Matt Smith Joins 'Terminator: Genesis'

11:54 AM 5/2/2014 by Binh Ngo
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Matt Smith, who plays Doctor Who in the eponymous TV series, has been added to the cast of Terminator: Genesis. Smith and body builder Aaron Williamson, who is rumored to play a younger T-800, are the latest to join the production, which is currently filming. According to the press release, Smith will play a new character who has "a strong connection to John Connor." Deadline hears that Smith's role will be more prominent in the second and third movie.
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J.K. Simmons Joins Terminator: Genesis

comingsoon.net – Possibly one of the most recognizable character actors of the past decade and a half, JK Simmons, who famously played J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi's three "Spider-Man" movies, has been picked by director Alan Taylor to play a role in the upcoming Terminator: Genesis as a “weary and alcoholic detective who has followed a bizarre case involving Sarah Connor and robots for more than three decades." 6 years 28 weeks ago via jetli

News: Ashton Kutcher and Joshua Michael Stern Talk Vision, Origins and Jobs

8:48 PM 7/26/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
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The iPhone might have sealed Steve Jobs' place in history alongside Edison, but director Joshua Michael Stern (Swing Vote) begins Jobs, his biopic on the Apple Computers visionary, with Jobs' introducing the iPod. In a press conference after a screening of the film in San Francisco’s Century 9 Theater, Stern said his goal was to make an origin story.
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