|US Release Date||08/17/1996|
Some speeches deserve their own awards.
Cuba Gooding, Jr. banned his father from the set of Jerry Maguire after he demanded to know if Tom Cruise was gay.
New TV Show from Judd Apatow also set to premiere.
Sean Penn has jetted to Cuba to interview Fidel Castro for a newspaper article, according to local reports.
Box Office Analysis, Nov 2: Top Ten: Scary Movie 3 Brother Bear Texas Chainsaw Massacre Radio Runaway Jury Mystic River Kill Bill Vol. 1 School of Rock Intolerable Cruelty In the Cut
An overgrown elf from the North Pole drew more moviegoers than any of this week's new wide releases as Elf took the No. 1 title in its second week of release with a cheery $27.2 million at the weekend box office. Top Ten: Elf Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World The Matrix Revolutions Brother Bear Looney Tunes: Back in Action Love Actually Scary Movie 3 Radio Tupac: Resurrection Mystic River
The Matrix Revolutions opened in first place followed by Elf Brother Bear Scary Movie 3 Radio Love Actually Mystic River Texas Chainsaw Massacre Runaway Jury School of Rock
Scary Movie 3 opened in the top spot followed by Texas Chainsaw Massacre Radio Runaway Jury Mystic River School of Rock Kill Bill Vol. 1 Good Boy Intolerable Cruelty Under the Tuscan Sun Beyond Borders Elephant In the Cut Brother Bear
Actor John Travolta says he made a big mistake in turning down a starring role in the Academy Award-winning musical Chicago. Also: Bravo Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Sharon Stone The Practice Lollapalooza Celia Cruz Carol Shields Stanley Tucci Terminal
Queen Latifah and Steve Martin's romantic jailbreak comedy Bringing Down the House remained undefeated at the box office for a third week in a row, locking up a hefty $16.2 million despite the arrival of four new wide releases on the block. Top Ten Bringing Down the House Dreamcatcher Agent Cody Banks View From the Top The Hunted Chicago Piglet's Big Movie Tears of the Sun Old School Boat Trip
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.