Boston-based critic Andy Crump has been writing about film for the web since 2009, and has been a Screen Rant contributor since Spring 2013. He also writes for Movie Mezzanine, In Review Online, and Paste Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter at @agracru. Currently, he has given up on shaving.
Articles by Andy Crump
Screen Rant interviews veteran actor Glenn Morshower about his new film, ‘Flutter’, being type cast as a military man, and the joy of helping others.
Joss Whedon and Kevin Feige have revealed that ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ will have a mid-credits scene, but no post-credits stinger.
Screen Rant interviews ‘Robot Chicken’ creator Seth Green about the animated movie ‘Yellowbird’, as well as the geek boom in pop culture.
‘Hannibal’ producer and ‘Teen Wolf’ writer Nick Antosca is penning a fresh script for the upcoming ‘Friday the 13th’ movie reboot.
‘Dredd’ executive producer Adi Shankar has some words of wisdom on how to go about scoring the funds needed for the potential sequel.
Rights to the popular board game ‘The Settlers of Catan’ have been acquired for either a TV show and/or film adaptation down the line.
Simon Pegg is a hitman in over his head in the red band trailer for the upcoming black comedy thriller ‘Kill Me Three Times’.
Neill Blomkamp’s concept art for his unofficial ‘Alien’ movie has drawn the interest of the franchise’s iconic star, Sigourney Weaver.
Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest film, ‘The Neon Demon’, is inching closer toward principal photography and has filled out its supporting cast alongside Elle Fanning.
With less than a year left until ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ premieres, Disney has taken the first step toward legal action against production leaks.
The trailer for ‘The Salvation’ showcases ‘Hannibal’ starMads Mikkelsen taking on outlaws and bandits in America’s wild west.
French literary classic ‘Madame Bovary’ is being brought to the cinema again; the first trailer for the new film lays out the novel’s story and looks beautiful.
In a recent interview, Jason Momoa talked about diversity in superhero movies in light of his casting as Aquaman in Warner Bros.’ DC comic book movies.
In the grim ‘Child 44,’ Tom Hardy teams up with Gary Oldman and Noomi Rapace to stop a series of child killings against a Soviet-era Russian backdrop.
Disney has cast ‘Harry Potter’ alum Emma Watson as the book-smart Belle in director Bill Condon’s upcoming live-action update of ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
A second red-band trailer for February’s ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2′ doesn’t have many new jokes to show off, but it does let Adam Scott strut his stuff more.
Taron Egerton, soon to appear in Matthew Vaughn’s ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’, roundly denies rumors that he’ll play young Cyclops in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’.