Where Do They Reimagine This Stuff?

Variety offers up all the gory details of a Moby Dick remake or adaptation or what have you. Yes, the “graphic novel-style version” of Moby Dick, now in movie form! That’s right, the tale of man’s futile obsession with conquering nature will be turned into a story of a crazed whale and the heroic captain that harpooned it’s ass. [...]

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Assessing The Weekend

All the beans have been counted and the results are in: Lakeview Terrace was the big winner this weekend, pulling in $15.6 million. [...]

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Working For The Weekend

With the weekend fast approaching and a new spate of movies hitting the cinema, I thought it was time to see how my box office formula works. [...]

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A New Hat For Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis will be finally be making his way behind the camera for Three Stories About Joan. A little blurb in the Shreveport Times spilled the beans, also stating the movie will star Willis, Owen Wilson and Kieran Culkin. [...]

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Beverly Hills Ninja 2: The Confabulation

Just looking at the cast (David Hasselhoff, Lucas Grabeel, Lin Chiling), their target audience is either that deranged part of society that thinks it’s hip to idolize the kitschy Hasselhoff or the High School Musical crowd. [...]

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David O. Tussle

Russell directed two of my favorite movies, Three Kings, the most under-appreciated movie of 1999, and Flirting with Disaster, which is absolutely hilarious. I’d heard that Russell and George Clooney didn’t get along on Three Kings, mostly due to Russell trying to break Clooney of his ER habits, namely walking into a room and not making eye contact with anyone. [...]

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To Be Successful, Don’t Shoot For The Stars

Forbes came up with a little formula to compare the amount an actor is payed versus the approximate net revenue of the movie, and these are some of the lowest producing stars. [...]

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Feeling The Burn

The early reports are in and it looks like Burn After Reading will be crowned King of the Weekend, raking in $19.4 million. That number sounds pretty decent, but I would have expected a heavily marketed comedy starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney and directed by the reigning Best Director winners would have done a little better. How much better? I don’t know. [...]

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Roger Ebert Puts Up His Dukes

It looks like you’ll have to mark Roger Ebert off the list of movie critics you want beat up for giving Rob Schneider a bad review. You should probably get started on that list soon as it’s sure to be long since Schneider is currently rocking a zero on Rotten Tomatoes. [...]

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The Greatest American TV To Movie Adaptation

So, what was the best TV show to feature a superhero who got his powers from a silly, red alien suit? Without a doubt it’s The Greatest American Hero. [...]

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