Business was brisk at the weekend box-office, where the DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" with a resounding debut of $54 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
As “The Breakfast Club” celebrates it’s 30th anniversary it continues to prove that teen angst and coming-of-age realness are universal and timeless, especially when told through the imagination of John Hughes.
Bradley Cooper is set to star and direct a remake of “A Star Is Born,” starring, he hopes, Beyonce. Meanwhile, former Doctor Who Matt Smith is the favorite to play Newt Scamander in J.K. Rowling’s “Potter” prequel.
Broken Lizard, the comedy troupe behind the cult hit “Super Troopers,” has launched a crowd-funding campaign to help bankroll a sequel. Broken Lizard made the 2001 police comedy and on Tuesday asked for $2 million in contributions to get “Super Troopers 2” produced.
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The time-honored actor/actress tradition of “if Hollywood won’t hire me, I’ll make work for myself” is the origin story of “Apartment Troubles,” a nearly laughless comedy that doesn’t do its writer/director/stars any favors.
This is a French love triangle melodrama with a few twists, and one moment of jaw-dropping emotional power, courtesy of Charlotte Gainsbourg, playing another character who takes a metaphoric kick to the gut.
Coming to KC: A comedy from Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell, an animated adventure with the voices of Jim Parsons and Rihanna and an indie horror film, plus Oscar-nominated “Wild Tales,” the French “3 Hearts” and British “Queen and Country.”
In the annals of film festival flops – from unexpected boos to red-carpet gaffs – the premiere of the Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart comedy “Get Hard” will go down as a doozy. After the film premiered last week at the South By Southwest Film Festival, during a Q&A with director Ethan Cohen, an audience member voiced not so much a question as a harsh judgment.
LOS ANGELES-"Furious 7" is the fuel-injected fusion of all that is and ever has been good in "The Fast and the Furious" saga that began in 2001 with souped-up cars and a stripped-down story about a tightknit East L.A. street racing crew.
In their14-year history, the "Fast & Furious" films have become a case study in the power of international box office. In recent years, the unlikely franchise has made global appeal a priority and as a result, grosses have continued to grow. "Furious 7," out worldwide on Friday, could be the biggest installment yet.