Hollywood.com's staff weighs in on the year's cinematic highlights.
It’s everything you’d expect from a lame comedy called <em>Delta Farce</em>, featuring three dopes in army gear on the movie poster.
Fart jokes? Check. Bowel jokes? You betcha. Toilet paper jokes? Covered. Fart noises? The best. Cockroaches/rats in kitchens? Sure, throw ‘em in. Actual humor? Uh…what’s that again?
Billy Bob Thornton Denies Cheating on Angelina Jolie, Ben Affleck Wants His Razzies, Bo Derek Lobbies for Horses Mary-Louise Parker and Christopher Walken James Gandolfini, Susan Sarandon, Mandy Moore Kate Winslet John Turturro Tom Jones Bruce Springsteen Sandra Bullock
Antiwar celebs are making their political views known via--what else? the small screen. Martin Sheen, who plays fictional U.S. President Jed Bartlet on NBC's The West Wing, headlines a TV ad that debuts in Los Angeles and Washington today. Also: Michael Jackson R Kelly Adam Johnny Paycheck Rich Alfred Molina Doc Ock Spider-Man sequel Jud Taylor Martin Sheen Trista Rehn The Bachelorette Nelly
Actor Ian McKellen, who plays Gandalf the Grey in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy, said the title for the second film will not be changed despite an online petition urging the director to rename it. Ian McKellen The Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers R Kelly Penelope Spheeris Johnny Rotten John Lydon Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs Blue Collar Comedy Tour Jeff Foxworthy Bill Engvall Ivan Reitman The Ugly Americans Alec Berg David Mandel Jeff Schaffer Dennis Quaid The Day After T
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Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.