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The judges go easy on the men, but we're not impressed.
CBS still rules everything.
Going back to his '3rd Rock' and 'Angels' days.
SAMCRO is calling your name.
Samuel L. Jackson has opened at the top of the box office for a second time in 2008. His racially-charged, crooked-cop flick Lakeview Terrace (Sony) has opened at No. 1, as I first reported Friday night, with a $15.6M opening.
Samuel L. Jackson’s “scare tactics” in Lakeview Terrace (Sony) have put this Neil LaBute-directed thriller at the top of the box office heap for the three-day weekend.
News, June 18: A Possible Sixth Season for "The Sopranos," Dennis Miller Rants for Fox News, Ruben Studdard Joins "Scooby-Doo" Sequel, More…
Hollywood fashion designer Mr. Blackwell's released his 43rd annual list of worst dressed Tuesday, and former Playboy Playmate Anna Nicole Smith made top honors. Also: Green Day Billie Joe Armstrong Christa Miller Bill Lawrence Anaconda II Dwight Little Harry potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Gary Oldman Mr. 3000 Bernie Mac Anaconda II An Unfinished Life Jennifer Lopez Joe Millionaire Murder Inc. Irv Gotti Jon Ragin Derek Hayes
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 16, 2000-- "The Grinch" should steal first place from "Charlie's Angels" this weekend. "'Grinch' is going to be number one," an insider predicts without having to think twice. "You can count on $30 million-plus, and it could even be much higher. The question is will the market expand? I believe that it can." The PG-rated comedy adventure "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas" from Universal and Imagine Entertainment, opening at 3,127 theaters and on over 4,200 screens
After the success of "The Shawshank Redemption," an adaptation of the Stephen King story set in a prison that received seven Academy Award nominations in 1994, writer-director Frank Darabont was poised to become the next big thing. But the vagaries of Hollywood took over and, over the course of five years, he reportedly made uncredited contributions to the "Star Wars" prequels and the Omaha Beach opening sequences of "Saving Private Ryan." When he did find that elusive follow-up project, it wa
|D. W. Griffith||Director||n/a||2||2000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.