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
While chatting about his new movie, ‘Inherent Vice’, director Paul Thomas Anderson had some choice words in defense of the rising tide of superhero movies.
In a recent interview, ‘Whiplash’ star Miles Teller opened up about what attracted him to Josh Trank’s upcoming grounded reboot of ‘The Fantastic Four’.
J.J. Abrams found directing ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ a ‘terrifying prospect’, but also thinks of it as a great opportunity in spite of its difficulties.
Ethan Hawke pilots drones in overseas warfare in the first trailer for Andrew Niccol’s upcoming film, ‘Good Kill’.
The second full trailer for Blue Sky Studios’ upcoming ‘The Peanuts Movie’ is more of the same, but features a slightly different introduction.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ star Oscar Isaac claims ‘Star Wars 7′ story rumors are not true – and that most of the film’s plot remains unspoiled.
Eight years after the film’s theatrical run, Sam Raimi is talking about where he thinks he went wrong making ‘Spider-Man 3′.
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A recent interview with Jena Malone hints that the ‘Hunger Games’ actress may indeed be playing Carrie Kelly (a.k.a. female Robin) in ‘Batman V Superman’.
Bruce Campbell opens up about where he and Sam Raimi will be taking the characters and the story in Starz’ upcoming ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ TV series.
In the first trailer for Terrence Malick’s newest opus, ‘Knight of Cups’, Christian Bale shrugs off Hollywood indulgence to find peace, joy, and love.
A second, French-subbed trailer for Disney’s ‘Cinderella’ has gone online and contains plenty of new shots and images for viewers to admire.
Village Roadshow’s new, official trailer for ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ takes choice bits of Comic-Con footage and caps them off with a bang.
Following this year’s ’22 Jump Street’, Sony has plans on having Jenko and Schmidt mix it up with ‘Men in Black’ in a future sequel.
Sony has premiered a trailer for one of its awards season frontrunners, ‘Still Alice’, in which Julianne Moore must contend with the rigors of Alzheimer’s disease.
After losing F. Javier Gutiérrez as director on ‘The Crow’, Relativity Media has hired relative newcomer Corin Hardy to call the shots on the reboot.