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The Humbling Trailer

From the director of “Good Morning Vietnam” comes this light-hearted drama about a washed up actor, played by Al Pacino, who gets involved with a young lesbian…

Despicable Me 2 Full Trailer

Gru, the girls and the MInions are back. This time, their help is needed to stop a dastardly new threat…

New! Despicable Me 2 Teaser Posters

Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment had quite a hit on their hands with “Despicable Me” in 2010. Naturally, a sequel was in order. They’ve held off revealing too much about the plot for this one, but needless to say, those cute Minions are going to figure heavily into the storyline. I love those little guys!Continue Reading

Brian De Palma To Reteam With Al Pacino For Sports Drama

If you remember the gangster classic “Scarface” you will remember how awesome the results were for the director-star teaming up of Brian De Palma and Al Pacino. Now, 30 years later(!), they’re reuniting for another project. Which sadly isn’t a crime thriller, but might turn out to be no less watchable. Hopefully. Deadline today reportedContinue Reading

Despicable Me 2 Trailer

The cute little yellow guys known as Minions are back, in the sequel to the hit animated film about a wannabe evil ruler and his dastardly plans…

Stand Up Guys Trailer

Oscar winners Al Pacino, Alan Arkin and Christopher Walken star in this crime comedy about three retired gangsters who reunite for one last epic night of fun…

Despicable Me Minions To Get Their Own Movie

Sometimes, the supporting characters in an animated movie turn out to be far more entertaining than the main ones. Good examples include Scrat from “Ice Age”, the penguins from “Madagascar”, and the Minions from “Despicable Me”. Evidently, Universal Pictures agrees. Deadline today broke the news that the studio plans to do a feature film spin-offContinue Reading

Jack & Jill Sweeps Razzies Awards For Worst In Film

“Ben Hur”. “The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King”. “Jack And Jill”. What do these films have in common? Well, the first two swept the Oscars, winning in pretty much every category they were nominated. The Adam Sandler “comedy” is like that, just on the other end of the quality spectrum. Today,Continue Reading