There are always those movies that you never hear about until it is too late. It is the must see movies and you never learn about them until they are out on DVD and you would have liked to go see it on the big screen. Does that sound familiar? Well, what if we were to tell you that we are going to tell you about a movie that is out in the theatres right now and you should go see it? Would you? We think you would. This movie is called Grown Ups.
Now, when you hear this title, not many have heard about it and by title alone, they might not have gone to see it, but when you learn about the plot and not to mention the actors, then you will learn why this is one of them movies that you just have to see.
New Zealand may lose the filming of "The Hobbit" movies because of an actors' pay dispute, with financial backers Warner Bros. making arrangements to shift the production elsewhere, director Peter Jackson warned Thursday.
The "Lord of the Rings" film trilogy based on the J.R.R. Tolkien novels relied heavily on the rugged landscape of New Zealand, which in turn recieved a tourism boost after becoming associated with Tolkien's Middle Earth fantasy world inhabited by hairy-footed little people and host of other colorful beings.
But the $500 million, two-movie prequel, "The Hobbit," may end up shooting somewhere else, Jackson's Wingnut Films said.
With a career that’s spanned movies as diverse as “Dirty Harry” and “Million Dollar Baby,” “Unforgiven” and “The Bridges of Madison County,” “A Fistful of Dollars” and “Invictus,” there isn’t much Clint Eastwood hasn’t done.
But it took a phone call from Steven Spielberg to convince the 80-year-old actor/director that he needed to try his hand at “Hereafter,” his first supernatural thriller.
“Steven called me one day and said, ‘I have a script I want to send over to you.’ I read it and liked it. So I just called him back and said, ‘I’ll do it.’ I didn’t realize that I was last on the list,” Eastwood says with a laugh.
Eastwood might not be the first choice to helm an eerie, chill-inducing meditation on mortality, but if the early reviews are any indication, “Hereafter” might enjoy a long life at the box office.
Mark Zuckenberg the founder of facebook is lashing back that Facebook was not created in response to being dumped by a girl.
At first he ignored the existence of the smash-hit movie that's 85 percent about how much he's a socially maladjusted jerk. But now Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, in a smart PR move, has confirmed that he'd brought his employees to a screening(complete with post-viewing apple martinis, a nice touch referencing a scene in the film), and is finally breaking his silence about "The Social Network."
Zuckerberg was asked about the difference between the movie and what he experienced while creating Facebook. "Where do you want to start?" he asked. Every shirt and fleece worn by the actor (Jesse Eisenberg) who played him was one he had actually worn, Zuckerberg said. The movie got a lot of stuff wrong and random details right, he said.
Tom Bosley, the actor who played the father on 'Happy Days' has died.
Bosley was a warm-voiced, round-bodied actor who personified paternal authority, especially on Broadway as a big-city mayor in the musical “Fiorello!” and on television as a Middle American dad in the hit comedy “Happy Days,” died Tuesday in Rancho Mirage, Calif. He was 83.
The cause was cancer, according to a statement by CBS Films, whose president, Amy Baer, is Mr. Bosley’s daughter.
Matt Damon has stated that he will not return for a fourth Bourne after the last one came out. Damon vowed, after director Paul Greengrass left the "Bourne" franchise, that he'd never do another "Bourne" movie unless they let Greengrass return. Tony Gilroy, screenwriter of two of the films and director of "Michael Clayton," has taken over the franchise, and he's found a way out of the Damon problem: Get rid of Jason Bourne.
The next film will be called "The Bourne Legacy," but even though the name's in the title, the film will have no Jason Bourne. Thus, no Matt Damon. Interestingly enough, the book "The Bourne Legacy" does have Jason Bourne (though it wasn't actually written by Robert Ludlum, the creator of the book series). Gilroy explained to Hollywood Elsewhere's Jeffrey Wells that he's just taking the title and running with it.
Award-winning filmmaker Terry Gilliam will premiere his short film The Legend of Hallowdega starring David Arquette and Justin Kirk with special appearances by Dale Earnhardt Jr., Darrell Waltrip and more on October 31st, 2010. The film, produced by AMP Energy Juice and @radical.media, will premiere on Halloween Sunday with the first chapter to debut on ESPN just prior to the start of the AMP Energy Juice 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Starting Halloween night, the film will be available in its entirety on www.legendofhallowdega.com. The Legend of Hallowdega is the first short film for both Gilliam and AMP Energy Juice.
"AMP Energy Juice is fueled by great partnerships that include Dale Earnhardt Jr., Talladega Superspeedway – and now, director Terry Gilliam," said Frank Cooper, Chief Consumer Engagement Officer, PepsiCo Americas Beverages, maker of AMP Energy Juice. "Terry has a distinctive vision and is a truly gifted storyteller. AMP Energy Juice is proud to have produced his one-of-a-kind take on the legends and lore that surround Talladega Superspeedway for race fans and film buffs everywhere."
Director Terry Gilliam added, "To bring our little circus into the world of a truly monster circus was a thrill."
The comedy, The Legend of Hallowdega, explores the mysteries around Talladega Superspeedway as the host of an investigative news show (Justin Kirk) joins forces with a techno-geek paranormal expert (David Arquette) to dodge close-calls and chase crazy leads to get to the bottom of The Legend of Hallowdega.
"The great folks at AMP Energy Juice have developed a new and innovative idea to research and debunk some of the myths surrounding Hallow-dega," said Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch. "We anxiously await the release of the film to see what Terry Gilliam and AMP Energy Juice have come up with."
The Legend of Hallowdega reflects AMP Energy's continuing commitment to support innovative talent in the creation of unique entertainment.
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A masterfully edited montage of dance scenes from some 40 movies set to Kenny Loggins’s recording of “Footloose,” has quickly gone viral on YouTube, moving past the 2-million mark on Wednesday as it currently collects more than 200,000 additional viewers per day. The unidentified uploader apparently adjusted the speed of each clip so that the performers, who range from Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly to Michael Jackson and the cast of High School Musical, all appear to be dancing precisely to the beat of “Footloose.” While a notice appears at the end of the 4:45-length video acknowledging that “Copyright remains with the respective owners,” the creators appear to be taking no chances that they’ll be sued for copyright infringement. An opening credit attributes the film to a company called Media Solutions. However, while two separate companies with that name sell various services on the Internet, a Google search brings up nothing about a production company with that name.
Demonstrating that it’s still possible to release smash hits in the home-video market, Paramount Home Entertainment’s Iron Man 2 sold about 1.1 million standard DVDs and Blu-ray discs on its first day of release last week, then went on to sell nearly 4 million more by the end of the week, Home Media magazine reported on Wednesday. In fact, the release sold eight times more discs than the No. 2 film, Universal’s Get Him to the Greek. Nielsen VideoScan First Alert also noted that 52 percent of consumers bought Iron Man 2 on Blu-ray Discs. The solid showing runs counter to the recent downward trend in DVD and Blu-ray sales »
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