August 08, 2004 3:02pm EST
Tom Cruise's newest film Collateral--in which he plays a mean ol' contract killer who forces a Los Angeles cab driver, played by Jamie Foxx, to drive him from job to job in one night--opened in the top spot this weekend with $24.4 million. The rest of top ten as follows: The Village The Bourne Supremacy The Manchurian Candidate Little Black Book I, Robot Spider-Man 2 Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, A Cinderella Story Catwoman Open Water
August 02, 2004 9:54am EST
While The Village may not ultimately be considered one of Shyamalan's best efforts, lacking genuine thrills and jaw-dropping twists, it still bears the wunderkind director's unique mark for understanding the human condition.
August 01, 2004 3:46pm EST
Box Office Analysis, Aug. 1: Director M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller The Village ended The Bourne Supremacy’s reign at the box office this weekend with a chilling take of $50.8 million.
July 19, 2004 11:42am EST
CBS defends firing CSI stars, Shyamalan documentary a hoax, Superman finds director, more...
January 09, 2004 8:48am EST
Just weeks after MTV cancelled it hit hidden-camera show Punk'd, the network announced it was launching a new series starring, once again, Ashton Kutcher. Also: Ozzy Osbourne Rosie O'Donnell James Gandolfini Bourne Identity Catch Me if You Can Signs The Wayne Brady Show Michael Jackson Miss Castaway Cole Hauser Bruce Hunt Cave
October 23, 2003 4:57pm EST
Those who haven't seen the movies being spoofed should skip Scary Movie 3 altogether. Those who can pick them out will laugh at some of the references, but will also have to sit through some painfully bad scenes and plotlines to get to them.
October 10, 2003 1:52pm EST
Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan could make his first film outside the Walt Disney Co. banner since his supernatural thriller The Sixth Sense in 1999. Also: Life of Pi Yann Martel Siegfried Fischbacher Roger Moore 3rd annual Tribeca Film Festival Paul McCartney Ringo Starr Concert for George Sheryl Crow Napster 2.0 Wife Swap Trading Moms Commercial Alert Ralph Nader Ashley Scott Paul Walker Jessica Alba John Stockwell Into the Blue
August 12, 2003 12:57pm EST
Although eight-figure salaries are not unheard of for stars such as Tom Cruise and Mel Gibson, they are something of a rarity among Hollywood directors.
July 16, 2003 11:07am EST
Charlie's Angels star Cameron Diaz is seeking an injunction to keep photos of her taken at a private modeling session over 10 years ago from being released. Also: Catherine Zeta-Jones Michael Douglas Stephen Frears Monkeyface Madonna Mr. Ray Finding Nemo Rosanna Arquette Roseanne Barr Simon Cowell Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl sequel Adrian Brody The Woods
July 15, 2003 12:31pm EST
With three nominations and nothing to show for it, could this be the year HBO's critically acclaimed series The Sopranos finally gets its Emmy for best drama? Also: William Friedkin William Blatty Exorcist Diana Ross Civilian Pictures Inc Billy Dead Lloyd Braun Eminem Slim Shady Betty Thomas The Smoker Sigourney Weaver The Woods Johnny Messner Anacondas