Being a workaholic leads Spacey’s character to nearly forget his daughter’s birthday.Fuzzypants or giving an inside look at the making of director Barry Sonnenfeld says he knew Spacey was serious about the role when he found the actor scratching at his door and begging to be let in.Even more surprising than Kevin’s feline-like behavior was Spacey’s willingness to be paid at scale for the role.Spacey hopes to appeal to the moviegoers interested in a new talking cat film, as he reveals why getting the role was so important to him and talks about the experience of playing a cat on the big screen.Kevin’s rare brand of dry humor shines through, whether he’s voicing Mr.
Many people were wondering on Sunday night who the hot, hat-wearing dude Kevin Spacey took to the Emmys was -- and now we know!
It was his manager, Evan Lowenstein, formerly of the pop duo, Evan and Jaron.
Unfortunately, echoes the feelings of most other film reviewers in expressing the thought that a talking cat, in itself, is not automatically funny or even mildly entertaining.
Adding to that formula for disaster, Kevin Spacey plays the typical overworked father, too busy for family and desperately in need of a wake up call, before life passes him by.
opens to mixed reviews, actor Kevin Spacey opens up about the lengths to which he went in nabbing the starring role of Mr.