Moviemaker Uwe Boll has lashed out at Hollywood's Darfur devotees for failing to help him land a proper release for his harrowing film about the massacres in the Sudan.
Welcome to Hollywood.com’s Insomniac’s Guide to television, where we bring you our guide to strange, dark underbelly of television that is after-11 programming. So if you’re a night owl, or just want to set your TiVo, check out our recommendations for the week. But there’s no guarantee that these shows will look as good by the light of day.
On Friday night I reported that The House Bunny (Sony) had won the Friday box office race, but that Tropic Thunder (Dreamworks/Paramount) would win the weekend, and that is exactly the way it played out.
The Death Race (Universal) vs. Tropic Thunder (Dreamworks/Paramount) weekend battle I was expecting has not materialized. Instead, Anna Faris as The House Bunny (Sony) has managed an upside surprise with a well-above-expectations $5.9M on Friday. Industry tracking pointed toward a strong opening for the Jason Statham action picture and something softer for the PG-13 comedy Bunny, but that audience research does not always pan out.
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Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.