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Zap2It.comSomeone get Halle Berry some calcium supplements. The accident-prone Oscar winner once again hurt herself when she broke her toe rushing to board a flight in France on Tuesday night (May 23), report news sources. Berry was promoting her latest film, "X-...
Ashley Judd, Robert Downey Jr., Rosario Dawson, Paul Giamatti, Maggie Gyllenhaal and singer Tom Waits are among the stars appearing in movies competing for top honors at January's Sundance Film Festival. On Monday, festival organizers announced 64...
Zap2It.comMarvel has set a release date for its latest revamp of "The Incredible Hulk," aiming the big green guy at a key weekend in the summer of 2008. In a press release the comic and multimedia giant announced that the newest "Hulk" film will open on Friday,...
Big question: Written by "Family Guy" alum Ricky Blitt and produced by the Farrelly brothers ("Dumb and Dumber"), "The Ringer" features Johnny Knoxville ("Jackass") as Steve Barker, who feigns mental disability to try to win the Special Olympics. Could...
Tags: Movies, Peter Farrelly, Jed Rees, Special Olympics, Sports
Tribune movie critic2 stars (out of four) In movies as in life, superior technology doesn't necessarily trump humor, magic or really shaggy dogs. As one of the two title characters in "The Shaggy Dog"-- Walt Disney Pictures' overblown remake of its 1959 boy-into-sheepdog...
Tags: Movies, Criminals, Animals, Plastic Surgeons, Fred MacMurray
Zap2It.comFor reasons perhaps only known internally, Warner Bros. decided to treat Shane Black's "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" like an obscure indie film, opting for a lengthy platform release that left the movie unable to even make $5 million domestically. As a result,...
Tags: Crimes, Movies, Shane Black, Crime, Law and Justice, Celebrities
Zap2It.comIn my dream remake of "The Shaggy Dog," Charlie Kaufman, Spike Jonze and either Jim Carrey or Nicolas Cage, explore the utter absurdity and madness that would accompany a normal family man being transformed into a confused canine, delving into the...
Tags: Movies, Dog (animal), Family, Tim Allen, Brian Robbins
Zap2It.comRobert Downey Jr., who currently stars in the drug-fueled "A Scanner Darkly," will be bringing his own substance abuse story to the public. HarperEntertainment announced Thursday, July 6, that it has signed the Oscar nominee to write his memoirs, which...
Times Staff WriterWhen Richard Linklater made "Slacker" 15 years ago, he filled it with characters living in the margins of American society. Losers and crackpots by mainstream standards, they were nonetheless quite industrious when it came to questioning, doubting and...
"He mooned me," Anna Holtz (Diane Kruger) confesses to her persnickety engineer boyfriend, Martin Bauer (Matthew Goode), relating another day at the office with her new boss, Ludwig van Beethoven. This disclosure would be disconcerting enough if...
Rory Cochrane didn't do much to prepare for his role in "A Scanner Darkly." In fact, he neither read the script nor Philip K. Dick's book on which the film is based. "I just sort of tried to get in the vibe," Cochrane told us on the phone from the Four...
Tribune staff reporter3½ stars (out of four) Harry Lockhart (Robert Downey Jr.) is as inept a thief as he is a narrator in "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang," a rich, pulpy meta-movie that's a guilty pleasure you don't have to feel guilty about. As a Sam Spade-like narrator, Harry's...
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