August 14, 2012 10:15am EST
Keanu Reeves' long-awaited Bill & Ted sequel is moving forward with filmmaker Dean Parisot as director.
May 11, 2012 6:43am EST
But probably not as a retired agent.
October 27, 2011 6:27am EST
Falling in love while running from the law.
February 15, 2011 6:05am EST
Filling in for a role once reserved for Shia LaBeouf
April 30, 2010 5:48am EST
Will follow 'Transformers 3' with a romantic adventure film
December 23, 2005 7:44am EST
A few flashes of Jim Carrey's wacky nature shines through, but this cynical look at how the American family can only achieve their dreams through crime is a bit more of a political statement rather than comedic entertainment.
October 18, 2001 10:51am EST
News Roundup: Oct. 18 2001
July 31, 2001 12:30pm EST
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 9, 2000 -- Hollywood got through the first weekend of the new year in slightly better shape than studio insiders expected. It took just $11.5 million to put Columbia's "Stuart Little" in first place, making it the weekend's only Top Five film to crack double digits. Lackluster tracking scores last week had suggested that the new year might kick off with none of the Top Five films doing better than single-digit grosses. Columbia's PG-rated family comedy held on to the
July 31, 2001 7:53am EST
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 13, 2000 -- Dimension Films' "Scream 3" made the weekend's biggest waves at the box office, holding on to first place despite 20th Century Fox's strong launch for Leonardo DiCaprio's "The Beach." "Scream 3" took a hefty second weekend drop but still sliced off an estimated $16.40 million (-53%) at 3,467 theaters (theater count unchanged, $4,730 per theater). Its total is approximately $57.1 million. In December 1997, "Scream 2's" second weekend gross of $13.9 million
March 19, 2001 11:50am EST
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 23, 2000 -- Hollywood was suffering from the box office blahs over the weekend, just as Hollywood insiders anticipated. For the first time since Oct. 22, no films cracked double-digits. Miramax's PG-13-rated teen-appeal romantic comedy "Down To You" managed to top the chart with only an estimated $8.30 million at 1,971 theaters ($4,211 per theater). Written and directed by Kris Isacsson, it stars Freddie Prinze Jr. and Julia Stiles. "I think it's great," Miramax Senio