December 13, 2007
Jackass 2.5 to Debut Online
Johnny Knoxville and his Jackass crew have compiled an hour of new stunts -- and in just under a week, it'll be coming to a Web browser near you.
September 27, 2007
Box Office Preview: Kingdom Hopes to Win Box Office Crown
After two weeks of rule by Jodie and Milla, the boys come charging back in what could be a fierce fight for the number one spot. With little to no overlap in customers, both Jamie Foxx's The Kingdom and The Rock's The Game should have room to breathe.
September 20, 2007
Box Office Guru Preview: Jovovich vs. Alba in Multiplex Mayhem
Jodie Foster will find herself in the middle of a catfight over the number one spot this weekend. The star of current chart-topper The Brave One will face challenges from Milla Jovovich's new action sequel Resident Evil: Extinction, Jessica Alba's romantic comedy Good Luck Chuck, and the Amanda Bynes college laugher Sydney White.
September 7, 2007
Jackass Crew Prepares for More
As avid fans of pain-derived comedy may recall, when Jackass Number Two was released last year, head Jackass Johnny Knoxville mentioned the possibility of more footage eventually being released to the public -- and now, as Slashfilm reports, it may be on its way.
February 26, 2007
Box Office Guru Wrapup: "Ghost Rides" High Again at #1
Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage ruled Oscar weekend with his skull-on-fire motorcycle actioner "Ghost Rider," which held steady at number one in North America for the second straight time. Moviegoers delivered different verdicts to the handful of new releases led by the Jim Carrey thriller "The Number 23," which fared best and debuted in second place. Overall, the top ten was about even with the corresponding weekends from the last two years.
October 5, 2006
Box Office Guru Preview: "Departed" Arrives with a Bang
Movie studios are offering something for every age group over the Columbus Day holiday weekend. Mature adults will go undercover with Martin Scorsese's cop thriller "The Departed," twentysomethings looking for a scare get the horror prequel "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning," while teenagers have a chance to laugh with the new comedy "Employee of the Month."
October 2, 2006
Box Office Wrapup: Open Season Shoots Up #1 Opening
Ashton Kutcher ambushed the top two spots at the North American box office this weekend playing an animated mule and a Coast Guard rookie in Open Season and The Guardian, respectively. Both films enjoyed strong openings pumping in a combined $40M and helped the marketplace beat last year's levels for the first time in four weeks. The weekend's other new wide release, the comedy School for Scoundrels, saw more modest results with a fourth place bow.
September 29, 2006
Knoxville: "Jackass Number Three"?
Could there be a third "Jackass"? Johnny Knoxville says that -- while there is nothing definitive in the works per se -- he plans to shoot some footage that may grow into a second sequel.
September 28, 2006
Box Office Guru Preview: Ashton vs. Ashton - This Time It's Personal
Ashton Kutcher fans get two chances to see (or hear) their favorite star this weekend as the Hollywood prankster takes on reigning box office champ "Jackass: Number Two" by voicing a mule deer in the animated comedy "Open Season" and going up against Kevin Costner in the action drama "The Guardian."
September 25, 2006
Box Office Wrapup: "Jackass" #1, "Little Miss Sunshine" Crosses $50M
Young men returned to theaters in droves and powered the crude new stunts sequel Jackass: Number Two to the number one spot with the biggest opening weekend of any film in the past seven weeks. The martial arts actioner Fearless debuted impressively in second place playing to young men as well, but the new older-skewing period dramas Flyboys and All the King's Men were mostly ignored.