|US Release Date||04/21/1999|
The best shows to DVR this week.
In the past week, Evan Goldberg has said that he wants to make an even more meta sequel to 'This Is the End,' we found out 'Jurassic Park IV' will have tamed dinosaurs, and Val Kilmer wants to marry Natalie Portman.
Lord Of The Rings star Dominic Monaghan is hoping his new creepy TV show about the world's most dangerous insects and reptiles is a hit so he can continue looking for a new species of animal and search for a fossa on the island of Madagascar.
There's nothing to fear in these waters.
As a self-proclaimed shark-movie junkie who may get the heebie-jeebies dangling my legs in the ocean but loves to see the man-eating fish terrorized humans just the same, Open Water brilliantly taps into that ultimate fear of what lurks down below.
Even though it's populated with juvenile antics, 50 First Dates is still a great date movie, allowing the magnetic combo of Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler to once again turn on their particular comedic magic.
Box Office Analysis: June 22 The Hulk tops the box office this weekend at $62.6 million. The others on the top 10 list included Finding Nemo, 2 Fast 2 Furious Bruce Almighty The Italian Job Rugrats Go Wild Alex & Emma Hollywood Homicide Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd The Matrix Reloaded
A bounty of buzz-heavy, star-studded new releases will kick off the countdown to Christmas this year, promising something different and special each day of the week. The holiday movie bonanza commences Tuesday with the limited release of Sony's "Girl, Interrupted." Adapted from Susanna Kaysen's critically acclaimed memoir, the film stars Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie as two iconoclastic young women confined to a mental institution. Lifting the box office spirit Wednesday are three wildly antic
HOLLYWOOD, July 13, 2000 -- Fake shark fins, anyone? The marketing folks at Universal Home Video have been ticking off SoCal beachgoers, plastering lifeguard stands and trash cans with "Jaws" (1975) posters as part of a national ad campaign to plug the flick’s 25th anniversary video and DVD release. Critics of the ad say that the posters -- with that famous painting of a shark approaching an unsuspecting swimmer -- freak out children and could be misleading to non-English speakers. Universal ha
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 27, 2000 -- For those who prefer computer animation in an enhanced state of mind, there's something decidedly trippy coming to an IMAX theater near you. The large-format film exhibitor has announced plans to join forces with DreamWorks, 20th Century Fox and Sony Pictures on its next 3D venture, "CyberWorld," a mosaic of eight animated features designed for three-dimensional viewing. Set to hit IMAX theaters worldwide in October, the first-ever 3D animated exercise wil
|Susanne Simpson||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000001|
|Kelly Tyler||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000003|
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