Seriously? OMG! WTF? » Val Kilmer
header image
Val Kilmer is happy to see himself
July 23rd, 2021 under Val Kilmer. [ Comments: none ]

Val Kilmer has a movie out today that was decades in the making. Val is his story told through his eyes. So when his eyes saw a billboard for the biopic, he had to stop and take a photo with it.

He wrote, “Driving through LA I saw myself floating above the city. This is such a wonderful celebration. I’m so proud of this film and hope you’ll allow me to share some of the most intimate, outstanding, and raw moments of my life.”

Go see Val today and learn more about the man we thought we knew.


Val Kilmer is telling his story, his way
July 6th, 2021 under Val Kilmer. [ Comments: none ]

Ever since Val Kilmer was a kid, he has been walking around with a video camera. So, you can say he made himself feel natural in front of the camera before he got paid to do it.

Since he was walking around with a camera, he documented his life from before he was an actor to when he became one to living as one and everything in between. He filmed the good times and the bad times, including his bout with throat cancer.

Later this month, we are going to see his story about his that life isn’t his life in the doc Val. Hundreds of Top Secret videos will be released from his vault to create a 109-minute doc.

Just when you thought you knew all about Val Kilmer, it turns out you didn’t.

I have been a fan of his since Real Genius. Therefore, I can’t wait to see this movie. I want to get to know the person behind the laugh that I fell in love with when I was a kid.

Val will be in theaters on July 23rd and available on Amazon Prime on August 6th.


Real genius Val Kilmer’s life will be documented on Amazon
May 27th, 2021 under Val Kilmer. [ Comments: none ]

Val Kilmer/Instagram

Val Kilmer has spent the last 40 years in front of the camera, but there has been a top secret project he has been working on since Top Secret. The actor has been shooting a documentary about his life, and Amazon Studios will release it later this year.

Val Kilmer said, “At least once a day for years I looked around and got this bittersweet feeling that there are a thousand reasons that this project could’ve been shipwrecked. I mean, what could a film look like of a man filming himself, sometimes daily, years at a time? It is unimaginable that this movie actually could’ve ever come to light without the partnership of my dear friends, Leo [Scott] and Ting [Poo], and my producing partners. Tireless hours of editing and endless emotions with each new cut! I couldn’t be more proud to share this with the world!”

It will cover the good times and the bad ones. It is an intimate look at an actor that has been misunderstood through his career. So much will be explained, and we will learn about the man that has played such iconic characters like Batman.

I, for one, have been a long-time fan and cannot wait to learn more about this man whose posters I had hanging from my wall.


Val Kilmer is back as Iceman!
October 29th, 2018 under Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes/Suri, Val Kilmer. [ Comments: none ]

We have known that Tom Cruise was smart enough to bring Val Kilmer back for Top Gun: Maverick. What we did not know is how he would look 30 years later. Today, he gave us a glimpse and Iceman still looks cool! Don’t you want to take flight with him?


Val Kilmer forced to cancel on a Doc Holiday event
August 11th, 2018 under Val Kilmer. [ Comments: none ]

Val Kilmer was supposed to attend a Doc Holiday event in Tombstone, Arizona today, but last night he was forced to cancel his appearance per doctor’s orders.

He wrote on Facebook, “🙏🏼I’m devastated to have to report that my doc just told the Doc he couldn’t attend his own Doc Holli-days event. Too much traveling and not enough rest he says. Such a disappointment. I was so looking forward to seeing all you devoted Tombstone fans – the great outfits, re-enactments.. 💃🏼”

Hopefully, he will be better soon and up to attending the annual event next year.


« Previous entries 

website stats Google Analytics Alternative
Analytics Made Easy - StatCounter