|US Release Date||09/03/2004|
Former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins regularly finds himself on persons of interest lists at U.S. airports because his passport features stamps from the world's trouble spots.
This teen-'Bourne' thriller isn’t nearly entertaining enough to transcend the silliness of its premise.
The final two days of the world's biggest pop culture festival.
Fincher's Americanization of the Swedish thriller won't get that American.
Sigourney Weaver, Ashley Judd and Stephen Graham are cast in 'Abduction', 'Flypaper', and 'Pirates of the Caribbean'
Actor Mark Ruffalo is "frustrated" by the lack of police progress into the shooting death of his brother Scott - Los Angeles authorities have yet to arrest any suspects more than a year after the murder.
The paramedic accused of attempting to extort money from a grieving John Travolta has likened his actions to a simple business transaction.
Britney Spears' father, Jamie, has won control of his troubled daughter's financial and legal affairs, after he was granted temporary conservatorship in a Los Angeles court on Friday afternoon.
<em>Are We Done Yet?</em>—the unwarranted sequel to <em>Are We There Yet?</em>—will have parents quickly asking themselves the same question as Ice Cube clumsily channels his inner Bob Vila to rebuild his dream house.
Sundance Film Festival officials have announced entries for dramatic, documentary and "American Spectrum" categories of the 2004 festival, which runs Jan. 15 through Jan. 25 in Park City, Utah.
|Lawrence Konner||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000004|
|Astra Taylor||Assistant Producer||n/a||403||3000005|
|Malinda Campbell||Assistant Producer||n/a||403||3000006|
|Tricia Rosenthal||Line Producer||n/a||161||5000001|
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