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The movie world is rejoicing because Iron Man 3 opens wide today! Robert Downey Jr’s character Tony Stark may be a super hero, but that’s not all: He also has one of the most super kickass houses in cinema history. It’s pretty amazing- but still, no one can stay in one place forever. What’s he going to do when he wants to pack up his iron suit in a U-Haul and find a new abode? Maybe one that will give him a shorter commute to world-savings. Well don’t worry Tony, we’ve going through the film real estate listings and came up with 10 spots that are almost as cool as your current spread. And we won’t even charge you a brokers fee. Read on and check out the 10 coolest (fictional) houses in movie history!
10. Kid’s Kingdom from Blank Check (1994)
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- Jordan Runtagh
Chicago – With Mother’s Day around the corner, Warner Bros. has released another one of their stellar DVD box sets built around their 100th anniversary — “Best of Warner Bros. 20 Film Collection: Romance.” It may not be the best gift set for everyone but it does offer a strong package for those who like a little emotional manipulation with their popcorn. There are some undeniable classics in this set (along with some questionable choices) but it’s the sheer “something for everyone” quality of the release that makes it memorable.
DVD Rating: 4.0/5.0
Seventy years of romance from 1938’s “Jezebel” to 2008’s “Nights in Rodanthe” are included in this set that includes a book with plot descriptions for each of the films and all of the special features from previous releases. That’s essentially what this is — previous releases compiled into one box set. Literally. The DVDs are the same - transfers, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
Keanu Reeves loves pandas! And Jackie Chan loves posting pics of Keanu Reeves loving pandas! And pandas love Rush Hour (though they're split between whether they love Jackie Chan or Chris Rock more). Pandas did not love The Lake House. Jackie (who goes by "成龍 Jackie Chan" on Facebook) posted this photo today with the caption, "Keanu and I both love pandas!" See, we told you. This is also apparently what Keanu Reeves looks like when he's...happy? Oh geez. We almost prefer sad Keanu and his pigeons (Keanu does not love pigeons). Though Jackie posted this picture mere hours ago, it appears that it's actually from 2011 when the »
Exclusive: Paradigm has signed David Auburn, best known for writing the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning play Proof, and adapting it into the Miramax film. Auburn, who signed with Robert Bookman, most recently scripted A Discovery Of Witches, an adaptation of the Deborah Harkness supernatural fantasy novel. His script credits include The Girl In The Park (which he directed), and The Lake House. His most recent play was The Columnist, which starred John Lithgow on Broadway. Auburn continues to be managed by Code Entertainment’s Rich Freeman. »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
Director: Todd Berger Title: It’s A Disaster Starring: Julia Stiles, America Ferrera, David Cross (TV’s ‘Arrested Development’), Rachel Boston (‘The Pill’), Blaise Miller (‘The Scencesters’), Erinn Hayes (TV’s ‘Children’s Hospital’), Jeff Grace (‘Super Zeroes’) and Kevin Brennan (‘The Lake House’) Maintaining the perfect public image, particularly with long-term friends who believe you have the perfect life, is an important goal many people set to maintain. Often times it takes a life altering, catastrophe event that forces people to publicly face the inevitable and admit their mistakes and shortcomings. Struggling to cope with such an sudden and unexpected change is the emotional conflict in the new comedy ‘It’s A Disaster.’ The [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
The collection includes Casablanca (1942), one of our favorite movies of all time as well as Jezebel (1938), Gone with the Wind (1939), The Philadelphia Story (1940), Mrs. Miniver (1942), Now, Voyager (1942), Annie Get Your Gun (1950), A Streetcar Named Desire: The Original Director’s Version (1951), Rebel Without a Cause (1955), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Splendor in the Grass (1961), Doctor Zhivago (1965), A Touch of Class (1973), A Star Is Born (1976), The Goodbye Girl (1977), The Bodyguard (1992), You’ve Got Mail (1998), Two Weeks Notice (2002), The Lake House (2006) and Nights in Rodanthe (2008).
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Warner Bros. has picked up rights to Julie Kibler's debut novel Calling Me Home, which hit shelves on February 12th.
The book, described as in the same vein as Driving Miss Daisy and The Help, tells the story of the relationship between an eighty-nine-year-old woman named Isabelle McAllister and her hairdresser Dorrie Curtis. The elderly woman asks her friend to drive her from her home in Arlington, Texas to a funeral taking place in Cincinnati. During their trip she reveals that she secretly fell in love with her family's black housekeeper when she was younger.
Roy Lee is producing the project. The studio is currently seeking out a writer to adapt the story for the big screen. The producer is best known for his Oldboy remake and The Lake House starring Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves.
No production schedule has been released. »
Recently, the intrepid co-hosts of Sound on Sight radio asked me to help host a podcast devoted to Keanu Reeves. I had been hoping for a long time that they would have just such a podcast, and I wanted to take this opportunity to explain a little bit more about why I find Reeves to be such a fascinating figure, and why I have spent so many hours of my life thinking about him and enjoying his films. It’s already fairly common knowledge that Reeves is a pretty spectacular human being. In terms of recounting his personal awesomeness, this article (http://www.ranker.com/list/the-7-greatest-_true_-keanu-reeves-stories-ever-told/joanne) does a better job than I ever could. Give it a glance. But being an amazing human hasn’t necessarily won Keanu the accolades he deserves in the artistic world. And so, in terms of arguing for his value as a film star, »
- Kate Rennebohm
I’m not sure if any of you know this, but Makinov directed this film. In case you didn’t read it the first time, Makinov directed this, Oh by the way, did you know Makinov made it? If you didn’t, then Trust Me, you will know by the end of the movie. The mysterious masked director plasters his name on this movie, like a kid vying for attention..and unfortunately good technique was not something that was also plastered into it.
A remake of the 1976 film Who Can Kill A Child?. Makinov’s Come Out And Play tells the story of a couple played like it’s sleepytime by Ebon Moss-Bachrach (The Lake House…I’ll just leave it at The Lake House) and Vinessa Shaw (The Hills Have Eyes remake, Ladybugs..don’t act like you didn’t like that movie) who are getting ready to have »
9 items from 2013
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