The E! network introduces new reality shows about music artists and TV personalities.
Actor continues to take varied roles in a wide-array of films
Nominations were announced Wednesday for the 2003 IFP Independent Spirit Awards, also known as the Indie Oscars. Leading the pack with six nominations is Lions Gate Films' Lovely & Amazing, followed by Focus Features' Far From Heaven, which received five nods.
For another been there, done that school drama, The Emperor's Club still manages to surprise you as well as help you to remember how your favorite teacher probably deserved a lot more credit than he or she actually got.
Martin Grove's box office analysis for the week of June 23, 2002.
Martin Grove's box office analysis for the week of June 30, 2002.
Martin Grove's box office analysis for the week of June 16, 2002.
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 26, 2000 -- Jodie Foster is going to be one face you won't be seeing at this year's Sundance Film Festival. The production outfit Egg Pictures -- a company owned by Foster and her producing partner Meg LeFauve -- has lifted its film "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys" from the Sundance lineup in the last minute, Daily Variety reported Monday. The film -- which stars Foster as a nun in a Southern Catholic school -- was to serve as the Park City, Utah, festival's Centerpiece Premie
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 10, 2000 -- Big-screen actor Vincent D'Onofrio is setting his sights on the tube. The star of such films as "The Cell," "Men in Black" and "Malcolm X" is set to appear on the third installment of "Law & Order" for NBC. D'Onofrio will play a detective on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," according to the Hollywood Reporter. The new show is described as a departure from the original "Law & Order" format and will look at the crimes from the point of view of the criminals. It isn't the
SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 7, 2000 -- Funny Keanu Reeves doesn't look like Walter Matthau. But our favorite deadpan hunk will make like Mr. Matthau (the "Bad News Bears" years) in "Hardball," a new comedy about an inner-city Little League team that Daily Variety says Reeves will star in for Brian Robbins, the ex-"Head of the Class" kid who directed "Varsity Blues," which did not star either Reeves or Matthau, but instead featured that current "Dawson's Creek" kid. Whew. SORT OF THE MATT DRUDGE
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Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.