Okay, good news: Keith’s in a new movie.
Bad news: it just got a shitty review from Variety following its Berlin Film Festival debut.
Other good news: Keith has reached an admirable point in his career when being in bad movies doesn’t dent people’s good opinions of him at all.
Following on his superb supporting turn in “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,” Keith Carradine is thoroughly wasted here in a fleeting appearance as Shaw’s father.
I really hope that he gets to be in more genuinely good stuff soon, rather than being “thoroughly wasted” in too many more things.
I’m going to go ahead and say this is not Keith’s best look.
THE NCIS TEAM ENTERS THE WORLD OF ROCK ‘N ROLL AFTER A BOMB EXPLODES DURING THE REHEARSAL FOR A MILITARY CHARITY CONCERT, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, MARCH 18
Academy Award Winner Keith Carradine Guest Stars as Manheim Gold
“Rock and a Hard Place” – After a bomb detonates in the dressing room at a military charity concert, the NCIS team must determine if the target was a washed-up ‘80s rocker or if the bomb was part of a larger scheme. Meanwhile, Jimmy prepares for fatherhood, on NCIS, on Tuesday, March 18 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Academy Award winner Keith Carradine guest stars as ‘80s rocker Manheim Gold.
Keith ROCKING OUT with Alice Cooper
Check out the movie Keith made with A-Team’s own Dirk Benedict at the directors helm.
If you are a Keith Carradine fan then you’ll love this movie because he gives an outstanding performance!
Looks like Keith will be on NCIS next month:
I’ve been joking that I’m starting a career as a “late-life teen idol” but, that being said, the opportunity to participate on-screen for NCIS was seriously fun! It all started with a request to license our barroom favorite,”When the Phone Don’t Ring (I’ll Know It’s You)”. […] Well, what did this all mean? As it turned out, the episode, “Rock in a Hard Place” (airs March 18th) is centered around a rock star (Golden Globe and Academy Award-winner Keith Carradine) who sings Phone onscreen. […] Keith Carradine KILLED the track with a great vocal which hopefully CBS will make available- but tune in on March 18th just in case.
Keith’s new movie Dakota’s Summer (or is it Cowboys ‘n’ Angels: Dakota’s Summer?). The trailer helpfully shows you the entire movie, but I don’t think this is the type of film to have a shock downer ending anyway. Heartwarming southern stuff about horses and cowboys and lassos!
Promo pics for Keith’s upcoming Raising Hope episode.
"RAISING HOPE" - (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT)
IT’S BURT AND VIRGINIA’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY ON AN ALL-NEW “RAISING HOPE” FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, ON FOX
Keith Carradine (“Missing,” “Damages”) Guest-Stars
Virginia thinks that Burt is getting her an expensive gift for their 25th anniversary. So she decides to take him to a dude ranch that is run by a crazy cowboy (guest star Keith Carradine). But Burt isn’t able to enjoy himself, because of a secret he is keeping from Virginia in the all-new “Anniversary Ball” episode of RAISING HOPE airing Friday, Feb. 7 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Cast: Lucas Neff as Jimmy; Martha Plimpton as Virginia; Garret Dillahunt as Burt; Shannon Woodward as Sabrina; Cloris Leachman as Maw Maw; Gregg Binkley as Barney.
Guest Cast: Baylie and Rylie Cregut as Hope; Todd Giebenhain as Frank; Keith Carradine as Coly Palomino; Kelly Heyer as Teenage Virginia; Corey Eid as Teenage Burt; Gwen Stewart as Jessica.