Neither Tom Cruise nor Adam Sandler could stop Buzz and Woody from owning both the tear ducts and wallets of audiences around the country. Here’s a breakdown of the top five at the box office.
1. Toy Story 3: $59 million ($226.5 million total)
That Toy Story 3 has grossed more than Toy Story after Read More
All hail Pixar! All mock Jonah Hex (yikes). Here’s a breakdown of the top five at the box office.
1. Toy Story 3: $109 million ($109 million total)
Better known as “The Movie That Saved Hollywood This Summer.” The $109 million opening is the biggest in the history of Pixar, besting the $70 million that Read More
The ’80s are back in full effect this weekend, so dust off and throw on your acid wash jeans and head out to the multiplex. Here’s a handy guide to the new releases.
The Karate Kid
What’s the story: If you’re the type of person who still works “stupid bike” into everyday conversations, then maybe Read More
Do you hear that sound? It’s a Hollywood executive riffling through an old box of VHS tapes to find the next great reboot! (“Let’s do Big Trouble in Little China… with Sawyer from Lost!”) With Hollywood seemingly completely out of ideas—last month it was announced that a movie based on Bazooka Joe comic Read More
You know that Karate Kid remake you’ve been dreading? Well, it just got a little closer to actually happening. Looks like international martial arts superstar Jackie Chan is circling the project to take on the iconic and beloved role of Mr. Miyagi, joining the already-cast Jaden Smith as a fill-in for Ralph Read More
Wednesday night, at the much buzzed about premiere of The Reader, we asked Kate Winslet what it had been like to replace Nicole Kidman in the film. (Ms. Kidman departed in January due to her pregnancy.)
"Often actors jump in an out of each others parts, you know?" Ms. Winslet was wearing a Read More
Variety is reporting some pretty fascinating news today: Jaden Smith, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s precocious spawn (seen with his dad in The Pursuit of Happyness) has been tapped to be the next Ralph Macchio (or Hilary Swank!) when the Karate Kid franchise gets new life. Jerry Weintraub, an original producer, is Read More