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Blu-ray Review: Movie 43

Just a bunch of silly nonsense and random crude skits starring some of Hollywood’s most recognizable stars. »»

Movie 43 - Review

Has more than 43 reasons to hate it ... one to kind of like it »»

Dwayne Johnson In Talks To Play Hercules

Arnold Schwarzenegger played him, so now it's The Rock's turn. »»

Billy Crystal Tweets That He's The New Host Of The Oscars

Sorry, Muppets. It's time to light the lights with Billy Crystal as host of the Academy Awards. »»

Tower Heist - Review

It has everything a good film needs … except the good part »»

International Poster For Tower Heist Debuts

New poster for heist comedy »»

Brett Ratner is offered the Oscars

The guy from Rush Hour is directing the Oscars. Yeah, really. »»

Hide Your Wallet! Ben Stiller & Eddie Murphy Debut Tower Heist Trailer and Poster

Fockers star teams with Beverly Hills Cop to rip off a guy from television's M.A.S.H »»

New Line No Longer Looking To Escape From New York

One thing Snake can't escape from: lack of interest »»

Brett Ratner has 39 Clues and a Film is one

Rush Hour director to tackle new franchise »»

Rush Hour - Blu-ray Review

An updated release of the original DVD, Rush Hour is still a fun film that has defined the careers of all involved. »»

Two Offered Leather Uniforms for X-Men: First Class

Benjamin Walker and Michael Fassbender in final talks to join cast as Beast and Magneto, respectively »»

Director Talk Heats Up For The Hobbit

David Yates, Brett Ratner and David Dobkin all allegedly on studio's short-list »»

Fashion in Film - DVD Review

Filled with interviews from both industries, from Jean-Paul Gaultier to Brett Ratner and Amanda Bynes, Fashion in Film is a glitzy, polished look at the evolution of the relationship between fashion and film. At just under an hour long, it seems to skid along the surface of the subject, which almost seems fitting as so much of fashion is about what is seen on the facade. »»

Brett Ratner Commits to Conan

The Hollywood Reporter says that Brett Ratner has deciding between two high-profile projects the past few weeks: Paramount's fourth installment of the Beverly Hills Cop franchise and a 21st century take on Conan co-produced by Nu Image/Millennium and Lionsgate. »»

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