Field of Dreams, the 1989 classic starring Kevin Costner, is the quintesssential baseball film and the perfect baseball movie to watch on Father’s Day. “If you build it, he will come.” These seven words are among the most famous lines in cinematic history. “Ease his pain.” “Go the distance.” “Is this heaven? No, it’s Iowa.” And there’s the Terrence Mann monologue about why people will come. Field of Dreams takes it’s basis from perhaps one…"Field of Dreams: The Quintessential Baseball Movie"
Written by Ron Backer, Baseball Goes to the Movies (Applause Theatre & Cinema Books) is a look at the sport in film going all the way back to beginning of when motion pictures didn’t have any sound. There have been some other books to examine baseball and film but most of those were released over 20 years ago. Given the number of baseball films released since the early 1990s, an update feels necessary. In this…"Baseball Goes to the Movies is A Must-Have For Baseball/Movie Lovers"
Actor Kevin Costner told Larry King during a recent episode of Larry King Now that he still has another baseball movie in him. Costner is no stranger to the world of sports movies having starred in Field of Dreams, Bull Durham, For Love of the Game, and Tin Cup. Costner was on the show with King this past week to talk about his new movie, Criminal, with co-star Gary Oldman. Costner was vague about the…"Kevin Costner plans Another Baseball Movie"