American actor, writer, and comedian Will Forte is best known for starring on NBC's "Saturday Night Live". In addition, Forte has written for shows such as "That 70's Show"
and the "Late Show with David Letterman".
'Life of Crime' puts twist on kidnapping
The 1978 Elmore Leonard novel, 'The Switch,' is now a new movie called 'Life of Crime.'Krusty on 'Simpsons' Death Watch? A Platonic 'New Girl?' 5 TCA Takeaways From Fox Comedy
Nine producers ? and Will Forte's feral beard ? hit the stage at TCA to entertain one another and talk about crossovers and upcoming seasons of "The Mindy Project," "Family Guy" and others. read moreTop 3 Pop: 'Life of Crime' movie; New Pornographers CD; Emmys
'LIFE OF CRIME' OUT FRIDAYReview: 'Life of Crime' misses Leonard's rhythm
Some may pine for George Clooney's chin or Scarlett Johansson's lips, but no body part should be more envied than Elmore Leonard's ear.Review: 'Life of Crime' faithful to Elmore Leonard, but misses his snappy rhythm
Some may pine for George Clooney's chin or Scarlett Johansson's lips, but no body part should be more envied than Elmore Leonard's ear. Leonard's dialogue seemed to have walked in off the street. It's both why Leonard has been so alluring to filmmakers, and why adapting him is so difficult. It has three very good things going for it: the crinkled face of John Hawkes, the nasal deadpan of Yasiin ...RTÉ TEN's TV Picks for Friday, August 15
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A color version of a Best Picture nominee originally shown in black and white raises the question of how much choice audiences are really supposed to have when they approach a creator's vision.Film Review: The 'Life of Crime' is faithful to Elmore Leonard, but misses his snappy rhythm
Some may pine for George Clooney's chin or Scarlett Johansson's lips, but no body part should be more envied than Elmore Leonard's ear. Leonard's dialogue seemed to have walked in off the street.Life of Crime
Pay as you go. by Kelly Vance Detroit, 1978. The dissatisfied, country-clubbing wife (Jennifer Aniston) of a cheating businessman (Tim Robbins) gets kidnapped for ransom out of her suburban home by a pair of goofball criminals (John Hawke and Yasiin Bey).? [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]?Life of Crime? Review: Jennifer Aniston Dark Comedy Is Pure Escapism
If you're still smarting from a sharp disappointment from this summer (ahem, ?Snowpiercer?), you could do a lot worse than bounce back with a just-good-enough rebound like ?Life of Crime.? Much like the unassuming heroine Jennifer Aniston plays (and perhaps like Aniston herself), this Elmore Leonard adaptation doesn't inspire ardor, but it certainly boasts above-average intelligence and a streak ...
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Will's full name is Orville Willis Forte IV.
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