September 2, 2008
RT's Summer in Review: The Best, The Worst, and Our Favorite Films!
The summer movie season of 2008 ended last weekend, and boy, was it a good one. Led by box office smashes like Iron Man, Wall-E, and The Dark Knight, Hollywood raked in the dough week after week -- and, surprisingly, scored major Freshness on the Tomatometer in the process. Rotten Tomatoes takes a look at the Summer in Review to revisit the critical and commercial hits and misses of the summer.
August 28, 2008
Box Office Guru Preview: Vin Diesel Leads Final Charge of Summer
A better-than-expected summer box office comes to a close over the four-day Labor Day holiday frame with the release of four new films plus the national expansion of a fifth title. Pushing and shoving their way into the multiplexes are Vin Diesel's action entry Babylon A.D., the spoof comedy Disaster Movie, Don Cheadle's spy thriller Traitor, and the raunchy comedy College.
August 26, 2008
Babylon A.D. Director Speaks Out Against...Babylon A.D.
So maybe all those rumors about discord behind the scenes of "Babylon A.D." were true after all: In a new interview, director Mathieu Kassovitz has lashed out at the movie's studio, Fox, saying he should have chosen "a studio that has guts."
April 17, 2008
Fox Not Chopping Babylon A.D. for U.S.
The Babylon A.D. production blog has officially refuted the rumor that the US will receive a drastically shorter version of the film than European audiences.
April 9, 2008
Fox Chops Babylon AD in Half?
The version of Mathieu Kassovitz' Babylon AD that reaches theaters may be over an hour shorter than the director's cut -- and rated PG-13.