|US Release Date||10/28/2005|
By the power of Santa!
It's the thought that counts.
Because what are the holidays for if not dying of secondhand embarrassment?
Sir Paul McCartney has been credited with helping Broadway producer Vivek Tiwary score the rights to use the Beatles' music in a planned biopic about legendary Fab Four manager Brian Epstein, after his requests to publishing bosses were repeatedly snubbed.
Just like Kimye, Bonnie and Clyde did it all for fame.
Irish actor Colin Farrell has a new stepfather in his life after his mother found love again in her 70s.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio used erotic drama Caligula as inspiration for his performance as a hard-partying stockbroker in The Wolf Of Wall Street, because he wanted to emulate the level of debauchery featured in the 1979 cult classic.
Marshall meets The Mother in an underwhelming episode.
Sir Paul McCartney likes to use his title to have a little fun at fans' expense - by insisting they call him 'Sir Paul' and bow before him.
Hollywood action man Sylvester Stallone was "embarrassed" when he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame back in 2011, because he didn't feel worthy enough beside fellow honouree Mike Tyson.
|Katie Wells||Supervising Producer||n/a||1275||3000002|
|David Bohnett||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000003|
|Stacee Silver||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000005|
|Alissa Broderdorf||Assistant Director||n/a||163||5000001|
|Joe Van Witsen||Cinematographer||n/a||402||6000001|
|Brian Hoven||Original Music||Additional Original Music||120838||8000002|
On the red carpet at the "Spider-Man" premiere We introduce Spider-Man stars Kirsten Dunst, J. K. Simmons and Willem Dafoe to their little, plastic, action figure counterparts. Plus, Will Smith, Cuba Gooding Jr., Mario Van Peebles, Kelly Preston and Jason Padgett reveal which superhero they'd most like to be.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.