February 8, 2013

Everything You Need To Know About “Die Hard”

In honor of John McClane’s return in “A Good Day To Die” on February 14th here’s a look back at the movie that started it all, “Die Hard.” Everything you need to know to impress your favorites with useless “Die Hard” trivia is featured below. Do you know how much money Hans Gruber was after […]

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February 8, 2013

Bruce Willis Returns As John McClane In ‘A Good Day To Die Hard’

The original “Die Hard” was honestly one of the first action movies I can remember ever watching as a little kid. Of course I had to do it at a friend’s house because there was no way we were getting away with that at home. Twenty-five years later John McClane is still at it and […]

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July 17, 2009

NIGHT TRAIN – Movie Review

“Night Train,” the mystery thriller from writer/director Brian King, seems to have a lot going for it with a promising cast, but the story never quite feels like it leaves the station. Featuring Danny Glover, Steve Zahn, and Leelee Sobieski, “Night Train” follows three passengers on a train who, faced with the ultimate challenge of […]

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July 14, 2009

Todd Phillps Has A DUE DATE With Zach Galifianakis

After his huge success in “The Hangover,” Zach Galifianakis is set to reunite with director Todd Phillips in “Due Date” in addition to the already ordered sequel to “Hangover.” Busy man. Galifianakis will play one of the two leads in “Due Date,” an Alan R. Cohen and Alan Freedland script that was revised by Adam […]

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July 11, 2009


CollegeHumor makes an interesting argument in the debate over the originality of “The Hangover” in respect to “Dude, Where’s My Car?” Sure, there’s a lot of overlap here and as much as I enjoyed “Dude” I think I’d still pick “Hangover” for a “worth watching again” winner. What about you? Watch “Dude, Where’s My Hangover?” […]

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June 26, 2009

Zack Snyder Talks 301; 300 Sequel

Okay, it probably won’t be called “301,” but Frank Miller is working away on a sequel to “300,” so says the director of the original, Zack Snyder. “I know for a fact that Frank [Miller] is writing right now,” says Snyder, who explains that the plan is for Miller to create the story as a […]

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June 24, 2009

Bryan Fuller Leaves HEROES Creative Team

Bryan Fuller has decided he can’t “save the cheerleader” anymore as the “Pushing Daisies” creator announces he’ll be leaving “Heroes” in pursuit of greener pastures, reports EW: The acclaimed Pushing Daisies auteur tells me that he left to focus on developing new projects for NBC, and not (as some have speculated) due to creative differences […]

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June 23, 2009

Michael Bay Whines For Paramount’s Attention

I’m no fan of Michael Bay and his “movies.” When he’s not behind the camera he seems to spend a lot of his time at the keyboard. Mostly at his keyboard whining, like with this whiny complaint letter sent last month to Paramount for its perceived indifference to his upcoming “Transformers 2” which releases on […]

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June 22, 2009

SCRUBS Returns As Totally Different Show

You probably won’t recognize “Scrubs” when it returns next season on ABC. Yes, that’s right, returns. The show that keeps getting cancelled and keeps coming back like the bad guy in teen slasher is at it again. This time around though the story will shift from the hospital to the classroom as it loses Zach […]

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June 17, 2009

A&E Puts THE BEAST To Rest, Series Canceled

A&E‘s decision to cancel “The Beast” was all but inevitable with the series’ lead, Patrick Swayze, caught in a difficult battle with cancer. While the announcement was not surprising it is still a sad marker for such an enjoyable actor. “The Beast,” a police drama that starred the ailing Patrick Swayze, will not return for […]

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