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July 17, 2012

Five Favorite Films with Bobby Farrelly

As one half of the Farrelly brothers, writer-director Bobby Farrelly has been one of the filmmakers instrumental in shaping modern American movie comedy. Before the Apatow era, the Farrellys redefined the idea of raunchiness on screen, delivering multiple hits like Dumb and Dumber and There's Something About Mary while helping elevate performers like Jim Carrey and Ben Stiller to superstar status in the process. (Their unlikely influence on the mumblecore genre is also, apparently, not to be overlooked.) This week, the duo's latest -- their take on the classic slapstick The Three Stooges -- arrives on DVD and Blu-ray, which gave us the chance to talk with Farrelly about his all-time favorite films (and get an update on the Dumb and Dumber sequel).More…

October 7, 2009

Emma Stone talks Zombieland - RT Interview

After kicking off her movie career in Superbad as the high-school hottie throwing the cool party, Emma Stone is rapidly carving a niche for herself as a young actress with good comic chops. Her latest outing is the fright-com Zombieland, in which she plays one of four human survivors (with Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Abigail Breslin) blowing away zombies in America. Armed with Eisenberg's character's rules for surviving Zombieland, they're on a quest to find a mythical town free of the infestation. Rotten Tomatoes meets up with an actress who was instructed to move to LA by a voice in her head...More…

September 7, 2009

Five Favourite Films with Richard Curtis

Richard Curtis has a plan. "What I've decided is to choose recent films," he explains to RT. "I do think that often people get stuck in always saying the five greatest films of all time, films they saw between the ages of seventeen and twenty-two, because that's when you're forming your opinions. I think I'll talk about modern films, which aren't necessarily the greatest films ever made, but are five great films." The Boat that Rocked is out on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK this week and is soon to hit US cinemas retitled Pirate Radio. Read on to learn about the five films he can't do without.More…

October 1, 2008

EW Looks Back on 30 Unforgettable Nude Scenes

The MPAA doesn't like it, but America has never been able to get enough of naked people on the big screen -- and Entertainment Weekly has honored our fondness for flesh with a list of 30 unforgettable nude scenes.More…

August 17, 2006

Critical Consensus: "SOAP," "Material Girls" Not Screened; "Accepted" Denied; "Sunshine" Shines

This week at the movies, we've got snakes.... on a plane ("Snakes on a Plane," starring Samuel L. Jackson), slackers on a campus ("Accepted," starring Justin Long), and Duffs on the screen ("Material Girls," starring Hilary and Haylie Duff). What do the critics have to say?More…

August 2, 2005

John Landis Goes to the "Dogs"

Veteran comedy director John Landis will helm "Show Dogs" for New Line Cinema, says Variety. Described as a canine-centric "Pygmalion," the story focuses on a "homeless Jack Russell terrier thrust into the competitive world of dog shows."More…

June 28, 2005

Mark Gordon to Produce a Remake of "Don't Look Now"

The Hollywood Reporter brings news of yet another remake that's on the way. Producer Mark Gordon ("Saving Private Ryan") will oversee a new-fangled version of "Don't Look Now" for Paramount Pictures. The 1973 original, which starred Donald Sutherland ("Animal House") and Julie Christie ("Demon Seed"), was directed by Nicolas Roeg ("Walkabout") and based on the short story by author Daphne Du Maurier.More…

February 4, 2005

John Vernon: 1932-2005

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