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September 21, 2006

Box Office Guru Preview: Jackass Crashes into Theaters Opens in new window

Four new films open wide, but they may not be enough to stop the North American box office from suffering its third consecutive down weekend. More...

September 18, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: Gridiron Gang #1, but Box Office Still Fumbles Opens in new window

Wrestler-turned-actor The Rock suffered the worst opening of his career with the football drama Gridiron Gang, but thanks to weak competition, it was still enough to capture the number one position at the North American box office. More...

September 14, 2006

Box Office Guru Preview: Rock's "Gang" Aims to Score Big Opens in new window

Following the worst box office weekend in three years, Hollywood has nowhere to go but up. It hopes. More...

January 4, 2006

Get Ready for Lucky "Thirteen" Opens in new window

You can't say you'd be shocked if I said "Hey, they're making another one. Yep, it's called "Ocean's Thirteen." So here's me (and Variety) telling you: They're making an "Ocean's Thirteen." More...

August 3, 2005

Rock 'n' Reynolds to Deliver Buddy-Action "Blowback" for Disney Opens in new window

Screenwriter Sheldon Turner has sold his action-comedy pitch "Blowback" to Disney, and the plan is to put The Rock and Ryan Reynolds together to see how things blow up. More...

June 30, 2005

Trailer Bulletin: Into the Blue Opens in new window

Stop by Yahoo! Movies for your first look at the trailer to John Stockwell's "Into the Blue." It's a tale of buried treasure, loyal pals, evil thieves, narrow escapes ... and lots and lots of bikinis. "Set in the deep, shark-infested waters of the Bahamas, four young divers discover a legendary shipwreck rumored to contain millions in gold at the bottom of the sea. But nearby on the ocean floor, a sunken plane full of illegal cargo threatens their find." More...

April 14, 2005

The Rock, a Rapper, and a Director Join the "Gridiron Gang" Opens in new window

Variety brings news of "Gridiron Gang," a new sports flick that "concerns a dedicated probation officer ... who puts together a football team of juvenile-detention inmates to compete against local high school teams." The Rock ("Walking Tall," "The Rundown") is already on board to play the probation officer, rapper Xzibit is close to landing a role, and Sony just signed Phil Joanou ("State of Grace," "Three O'Clock High") to direct. More...

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