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August 3, 2012

Will Ferrell Lands The Internship

Ferrell joins Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in Shawn Levy's next comedy.More…

July 26, 2012

Vince Vaughn's 10 Best Movies

Vegas, martinis, and the words "baby" and "money" helped launch Vince Vaughn's film career -- and helped established him as an extraordinarily compelling cinematic scoundrel, a role he's played repeatedly over the last decade and change. But that isn't all Vaughn can do, as he's proven while assembling an admirably eclectic filmography, moving from comedy to horror to action thrillers and back again, turning in memorable cameoes in films as diverse as Into the Wild, and Anchorman, and sharing screens with everyone from Richard Attenborough to Jennifer Lopez in the process. When HBO's hit drama True Detective returns next year, Vaughn will take his place as one of the new season's lead actors, and to celebrate, we decided to revisit his best-reviewed films, Total Recall style!More…

February 8, 2012

Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson Reunite for Interns

Shawn Levy will direct the "Wedding Crashers" co-stars in a new comedy scripted by Vaughn.More…

November 8, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: Fred Claus is Coming to Town

Vince Vaughn and Tom Cruise go head to head at the North American box office this weekend with their latest releases. The dodgeball champ goes for holiday laughs with Fred Claus while the top gun offers up a serious political tale in Lions For Lambs.More…

October 29, 2007

The Flash Gets New Director, Tagline

Ever since Warner Bros. put Justice League of America in motion, fans have wondered how it will affect the studio's other DC Comics-derived superhero franchises. JLA's impact on Superman and Batman is still somewhat hazy, but how about that dude in red tights with the lightning bolt on his chest and funny little wings over his ears?More…

June 21, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: Evan Shall Lead the Way

Universal looks to score its first number one hit in nearly a year this weekend with the new Steve Carell comedy "Evan Almighty" which hits the multiplexes on Friday targeting a broad family audience.More…

June 7, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: Lucky "13" Hopes for Full Houses

The stars come marching out to do battle with the pirates for the number one spot this weekend.More…

January 30, 2007

Rachel McAdams to Snag Katie Holmes' "Knight" Work?

Ask just about anyone who loved "Batman Begins" what they thought the flick's "weak spot" was, and I bet you money they'd say "Well, Katie Holmes, obviously. Her character, partially, but mainly just her blank stare and entirely unconvincing performance. Why do you ask?"More…

August 24, 2006

Box Office Preview: Invincible Aims for First Place Finish

Another wave of new releases hits the multiplexes across North America this weekend in hopes of capturing the final dollars of the summer movie season.More…

August 17, 2006

Box Office Preview: "Snakes" Prepares For Takeoff

This weekend Samuel L. Jackson looks to seize control of the muthaf*ckin' box office with his new muthaf*ckin' film "Snakes on a Plane" which invades theaters on a wave of internet buzz.More…

August 10, 2006

Box Office Preview: "World Trade Center" Arrives in Theaters

Another frame packed with four new national releases is led by Oliver Stone's 9/11 drama "World Trade Center" from Paramount. A trio of lower profile pics round out the weekend - Sony's family adventure "Zoom," Buena Vista's teen drama "Step Up," and The Weinstein Company's horror flick "Pulse." Despite all the new entries, Will Ferrell will try to win the box office title for the second consecutive time with his comedy "Talladega Nights" which has been racing well ahead of its competition since opening last weekend.More…

July 31, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: "Miami Vice" Knocks Pirates From #1 Spot

Detectives Crockett and Tubbs shot their way to number one in North America with the cop thriller Miami Vice which finally managed to knock the megablockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest out of the top spot.More…

July 27, 2006

Box Office Preview: Miami Vice Turns Up B.O. Heat

With cops, drug dealers, and lots of bullets flying, the action film Miami Vice hits theaters across North America this weekend with its aim squarely on the number one spot. Young kids, meanwhile, will be offered another animated film in the form of The Ant Bully while teens get a new high school comedy in John Tucker Must Die. The overall box office should continue to be much healthier than last year as the Jack Sparrow-dominated month of July comes to a close.More…

July 20, 2006

Box Office Preview: Will Lady Sink Pirates in the Water?

Directors take center stage this weekend providing starpower to four new films opening in North American theaters all hoping to take down reigning box office king Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.More…

July 17, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: Audiences Still Love Their Pirates

The Johnny Depp juggernaut Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest remained the most popular film in North America for a second weekend easily defending its box office crown against two new comedies that fought bitterly for the runnerup spot.More…

July 13, 2006

Box Office Preview: Dupree and Little Man Bust Into Your Home

A pair of new star-driven comedies will try to steal away some treasure from the record-breaking hit Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest in a laugh-filled battle for the number two slot.More…

July 13, 2006

Critical Consensus: "Dupree" Misfires; "Little Man" Is Short On Laughs

This week at the movies, we've got some unwanted houseguests, in the guise of a guy with a bad case of arrested development ("You, Me and Dupree," starring Owen Wilson, Kate Hudson and Matt Dillon) and a pint-sized thief on the lam ("Little Man," starring Marlon and Shawn Wayans). Will the critics be welcoming, or will they boot these flicks into the street?More…

June 5, 2006

2006 MTV Movie Award Winners!

I was going to try to avoid the MTV Movie Awards winners until the broadcast on June 8th, but since we at RT like to bring you the movie news while it's still relevant ... OK, here they are!More…

June 1, 2006

Box Office Preview: Jen and Vince Ready to Rumble

How much money will moviegoers spend on watching two celebrities yell and scream at each other for 106 minutes? That is the question that Universal, and the film industry in general, will be asking itself with the opening of The Break-Up, the new romantic comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston.More…

June 1, 2006

Critical Consensus: "The Break-Up" Gets Dumped

This week at the movies brings us "The Break-Up," a hotly-anticipated dark comedy featuring two actors whose faces are criminally under-documented by the paparazzi. What do the critics say?More…

May 23, 2006

MTV Movie Awards Builds a Cast

With Hollywood's most anticipated blockbuster only weeks away and stars lining up to attend, MTV: Music Television today announced that Colin Farrell, Jessica Simpson, Kevin Spacey, Samuel L. Jackson, Amanda Bynes and Dane Cook will join the star studded cast of presenters at the "2006 MTV Movie Awards."More…

April 26, 2006

Get Your Goofy MTV Movie Awards Noms Right Here

You thought the awards season ended with the Oscars? Please. MTV's just gearing up for their movie awards, which will be broadcast worldwide on June 8th -- but we have all the nominations listed just a click away. (Interesting to note that not only were Paris Hilton & Rob Schneider nominated for awards, but also that "Hustle & Flow" earned three noms -- a movie produced by "MTV Films.")More…

April 11, 2006

"Crashers" Director to Battle the Undead

Filmmaker David Dobkin (Wedding Crashers, Clay Pigeons) has his next project lined up over at Universal: Based on a comic book series by Peter Lenkov, R.I.P.D. is a sci-fi comedy concept about a recently demised cop enlisted to head a zombie-fightin' task force. (And the Aeon Flux scribes are writing it.)More…

February 27, 2006

Vince Vaughn Gets His "Claus" Into a New Holiday Comedy

According to Variety, funny guy Vince Vaughn will star in a new holiday comedy entitled "Fred Claus," a project that'll reunite him with his "Clay Pigeons" and "Wedding Crashers" director David Dobkin.More…

February 9, 2006

Adam Sandler & Kevin James Cordially Invite You to Their Wedding

The Hollywood Reporter brings news of a topical new comedy shtick from funnymen Adam Sandler and Kevin James. It's the sitcommy story of a pair of straight firemen who pose as gay lovers in order to get married and share the benefits of such a union.More…

February 8, 2006

"Flightplan" Soars on Sales, Rental Charts

It was a smooth DVD landing for Buena Vista Home Entertainment's "Flightplan," as the Jodie Foster-starring thriller topped both the national DVD sales and rental charts for the week ended Jan. 29.More…

January 11, 2006

The "People's Choice" is Pure Idiocy

Whenever I share a new Top Ten List or Critic's Group Nomination list, I'm always extra careful to be fair and respectful of other peoples' opinions. But after seeing what the "People's Choice Awards" handed out for 2005's movies, I just can't contain myself. It's simply too hilarious.More…

November 11, 2005

Two Funny Hotties to Become "Groupies"

The only thing better than a beautiful woman is a funny beautiful woman, and I know more than a few red-blooded males who'll queue up once "Groupies" hits the screens. Why? Because it'll star Amy Poehler and Isla Fisher ... and, cmon, it's a comedy called "Groupies."More…

November 3, 2005

"Arrested" Guy Joins the "Millers" Gang

The Hollywood Reporter brings more news that should please fans of Will Arnett (best known as "Gob" on "Arrested Development"). The now-very-busy actor will star in "We're the Millers," a pot-laced comedy from the guys who wrote "Wedding Crashers."More…

October 13, 2005

"Wedding" Coordinators Sign a New Deal with WB

David Dobkin, director of the surprise smash "Wedding Crashers," and his pair of screenwriting pals have signed a sweet deal with Warner Bros. to bring their next project to the multiplex. Yes, it's "outrageous," and yes, it also deal with weddings.More…

October 4, 2005

Summer Tomatometer Wrap-up #2: The Best of the Wide Releases

The movies that scored with the critics this summer also scored with audiences. That is, the movies with the best Tomatometer scores also tended to perform well at the box office.More…

August 29, 2005

Carell's "Virgin" Remains On Top (of the Box Office Chart)

Universal's "The 40 Year-Old Virgin" maintained its grasp on first place at the box office for a second consecutive weekend, beating out a trio of newcomers without exerting too much effort. "Virgin" pulled in $16.4 million in its second frame, which is a rather impressive 23% decline from its opening weekend. So far the 40-year-old has sold nearly $49 million worth of tickets.More…

August 22, 2005

The "Virgin" Explodes with a $20 Million Opening Weekend

Steve Carell's "The 40 Year-Old Virgin" unzipped approximately $20.6 million from over 2,800 theaters during its debut weekend, making it the second R-rated comedy (after "Wedding Crashers") to make a big splash this summer.More…

August 19, 2005

Tomatometer Report: "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" is the Best Reviewed Film of the Year

Two of this week's wide releases, "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Red Eye," would appear to have little in common. One is a comedy that mixes sentimentality with the profane, and the other is a Hitchcockian thriller aboard a plane. Yet both films are among the best reviewed of the year.More…

August 18, 2005

Walken for President?

Actor Christopher Walken is caught in the midst of reports he plans to vie for the role of US president. While the eccentric screen star plays a member of the White House in the hit comedy "Wedding Crashers," rumors have been circulating that he is aiming to take over George W. Bush's job in 2008.More…

August 18, 2005

Critical Consensus: "Red Eye," "The 40 Year-Old Virgin" Soar

This week at the movies brings four studies in aviation. What happens when you're trapped on a plane with a creepy seatmate? (See "Red Eye.") Is it ever too late for Cupid's arrows to take flight? (Check out "The 40 Year-Old Virgin.") Were the unsung heroes of the Allies in WWII? pigeons? ("Valiant," this one's for you.) Isn't it cool when those Supercross dudes, like, totally go up in the air, and like, for a few seconds, y'know, it looks like they're, like, flying? (Ahem?."Supercross: The Movie.") And most important of all: which of these flicks will fly with the critics?More…

August 15, 2005

"Four Brother" Split $20 Million at the Weekend Box Office

John Singleton's action drama "Four Brothers" opened in 2,500 theaters to a better-than-expected $20.7 million in its first weekend, handily beating a trio of other newcomers. One of its main competitors was the Kate Hudson bayou thriller "The Skeleton Key," which unlocked nearly $15.8 million (from about 2,800 theaters) in a comparatively slow weekend at the box office.More…

August 8, 2005

Hazzard Boys "Duke" Out an Easy Win at the Weekend Box Office

WB's big-screen adaptation of "The Dukes of Hazzard" had no problem tackling the #1 spot at the weekend box office, pulling in nearly $30.6 million from over 3,700 theaters. Granted, it was the only movie opening in wide release, but WB has to be pleased with the initial three-day haul.More…

August 3, 2005

Rock 'n' Reynolds to Deliver Buddy-Action "Blowback" for Disney

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…

August 1, 2005

"Wedding" Boys Crash the #1 Spot -- in Their Third Weekend!

For the first time in several years, a wide release has jumped into the #1 box office spot after spending two weeks among the top five, and that movie is "Wedding Crashers."More…

July 25, 2005

"Chocolate" Remains Sweet at the Box Office

Fending off a handful of newcomers this past weekend was "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," and the family-friendly confection proved to have some serious staying power at the box office. The Tim Burton/Johnny Depp collaboration pulled in an estimated $28.3 million in its sophomore session, thereby snagging the #1 spot for two consecutive weekends.More…

July 25, 2005

"Knight" Scribes Are Now a Pair of "Happy Campers"

Variety reports that screenwriting duo Peter Gaulke & Gerry Swallow have sold their screenplay "Happy Campers" to New Line.More…

July 23, 2005

Box Office: Michael Bay Haters Rejoice - The Island Sinks

Michael Bay haters (I'm not one of them) can cherish this weekend. His newest explosion-fest, The Island, bombed at the box office with an estimated $4.4M on Friday, according to Showbizdata. It took the third spot behind last Friday's chart toppers, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Wedding Crashers. For the weekend, The Island will likely gross $12-14M, making it the worst debut for a Michael Bay film. His average opening for his last five films is an explosive $36M. His last five films also have a spectacular average gross of $147M; The Island, which has a production budget of $120M, will be lucky to make a third of that.More…

July 18, 2005

"Charlie" Sells a Lot of Golden Tickets to Snatch the Box Office Prize

Another summer weekend, another massive opening. Knocking "Fantastic Four" out of the number one spot, Tim Burton's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" pulled in just over $55 million during its first three days of release. Pretty impressive numbers, especially considering how many kiddies were at home with their noses joyously stuck in the brand-new "Harry Potter" book!More…

July 14, 2005

Critical Consensus: "Chocolate," "Wedding" Both Sweet

This week's wide releases blend the sweet and the sour. Sweet, like the taste of chocolate or true love; sour, like unabashed excess or scoundrel-like behavior. Will critics develop a taste for "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" or "Wedding Crashers?"More…

July 13, 2005

Owen Wilson Will Headline "Walter Mitty" for Paramount

Owen Wilson ("Wedding Crashers") will play the lead role in Paramount's remake of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," says The Hollywood Reporter. "Wilson would star as the title character, a quintessential daydreamer whose vivid imagination allows him to escape from the mundane constraints of his ordinary life."More…

July 11, 2005

Superheroes Generate Some Fantastic Weekend "Four" Play

Despite fairly atrocious reviews across the board, Marvel comic adaptation "Fantastic Four" not only snagged the number #1 box office spot -- but did so with some truly impressive numbers. The lighthearted action flick snagged an estimated $56 million from 3,600 theaters, effectively surpassing even the most optimistic of Fox-based predictions. "When you have a weekend like this, you've got to question, what is the relevance of reviewers to viewers at large," says Fox production head Hutch Parker.More…

February 2, 2005

Wilson Says "Hello" to War Memoir

Owen Wilson has purchased John Falk's book "Hello to All That: A Memoir of War, Zoloft, and Peace," Variety reports. Wilson has the intention of producing and starring in the adaptation, but has not made a deal with a studio as of yet. The book tells the tale of Falk's journey to the Balkans during the war, and his attempts to file dispatches from the front while befriending the locals.More…