December 19, 2002 9:04am EST
Paul Reubens pleads innocent to porn charge. The West Wing Christopher Reeve James Gandolfini The Sopranos Drumline Dude Where's My Car? Nelly Pink
August 08, 2002 11:26am EST
Universal Studios is getting ready for a third helping of American Pie, which is set to begin filming in January.
American Pie 3 Jesse Dylan Jason Biggs Alyson Hannigan Eugene Levy Lance Bass Jeremy Irons Demi Moore Charlie's Angels 2: Halo Jonathan Demme Jodie Foster Barbershop sequel Biker Boyz Lisa Bonet
December 23, 2001 8:57am EST
An Internet reporter claims the Golden Globe-nominated film A Beautiful Mind starring Russell Crowe deliberately leaves out gay themes present in the biography on which the film is based
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Eminem Madonna Steven Seagal Afroman Exorcist William Friedkin Peter Blotty Warner Bros. Antiques Roadshow
November 08, 2001 11:05am EST
Monsters, Inc. Shallow Hal Jack Black Farrelly Bros. Heist Gene Hackman David Mamet Danny De Vito Delroy Lindo Life As A House Kevin Kline John Travolta Domestic Disturbance K-PAX 13 Ghosts Kevin Spacey Robert Zemeckis Joel Silver William Castle From Hell Johnny Depp
November 02, 2001 9:34am EST
Monsters, Inc Billy Crystal John Goodman The One Jet Li John Travolta Domestic Disturbance K-PAX Kevin Spacey Jeff Bridges 13 Ghosts From hell Johnny Depp Riding In Cars With Boys Drew Barrymore Penny Marshall Training Day Denzel Washington Bandits Bruce Willis The Last Castle Robert Redford On the Line Lance Bass Joey Fatone
October 28, 2001 7:25am EST
Thirteen hundred ghosts shouldn't be able to drag you to see this latest sorry entry in the horror movie hall of shame.
October 26, 2001 9:59am EST
13 Ghosts William Castle Bones Snoop Dog K-Pax Kevin Spacey Jeff Bridges On the Line 'N Sync Lance bass From Hell Johnny Depp The Last Castle Robert Redford Drew Barrymore Riding In cars With Boys Training Day Bandits Bruce Willis
October 19, 2001 5:57am EST
The Last Castle is entertaining if you can let yourself believe in the events that unfold.
September 23, 2001 12:06pm EST
Box Office Analysis: Sept. 23
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