Everybody's Fine (2009)
The story centers on another family wedding that exposes a longtime family secret and brings the Portokalos family together again.
Nia Vardalos and John Corbett will reprise their roles as Toula and Ian in the project, which Vardalos is scripting. No other cast members are confirmed.
Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Gary Goetzman will produce.
Kirk Jones (Nanny McPhee) has signed on to direct from a script by Nia Vardalos, which centers on another family wedding that exposes a longtime family secret and brings the Portokalos family back together again. No other cast members have been confirmed at this time.
Playtone partners Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Gary Goetzman are returning to produce the sequel, as they did on the original My Big Fat Greek Wedding, which grossed over $241 million domestically and $368 million worldwide, making it one of the most successful indie films of all time. No production schedule was given for the sequel.
Kirk Jones' other directorial credits include What to Expect When You're Expecting
There's something for almost every taste, whether you want something nice like an animated film for the kids or something very naughty, like "Bad Santa."
1. "American Son" (2008) R
Nick Cannon stars as a young Marine who's just completed basic training and is about to ship out to Iraq: But first, he's home for a volatile four-day Thanksgiving with friends and family.
2. "The House of Yes" (1997) R
Parker Posey proves why she was the '90s Indie Movie Queen in this film where she plays a Jackie Kennedy-obsessed who is unreasonably jealous when her brother (Josh Hamilton) brings home
• Cinema Paradiso: watch the trailer for the 25th anniversary edition
• Hats off! The Observer's 2000 interview with Philippe Noiret
In 1988, during the first round of auditions to cast the lead boy in his next film, the director Giuseppe Tornatore asked eight-year-old Salvatore Cascio what cinema meant to him. The young Cascio thought for a moment. "For me," he said, "cinema is like an enormous television."
"He looked a bit taken aback, and then he laughed," says Cascio, now 34, and speaking from his home near the Sicilian town of Palazzo Adriano, where Tornatore shot much of Cinema Paradiso. "I'd never even been to the cinema before – I didn't really know what it was. So I think my answer amused him. Perhaps it's what got me the part.
By Kara Warner
Anna Kendrick and Chace Crawford in "What To Expect When You're Expecting"
Before MTV News' Summer Movie Preview Week wraps up, let's take a look at the very star-studded ensemble romantic comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting." Although inspired by the very popular nonfiction book of the same name, the movie revolves around five very different couples and the hilarious highs and lows they experience during pregnancy.
The cast includes the following actors as couples: Elizabeth Banks and Ben Falcone, Dennis Quaid and Brooklyn Decker (the joke about their age gap is in the film, don't worry!), Anna Kendrick and Chace Crawford, Cameron Diaz and Matthew Morrison, and Jennifer Lopez and Rodrigo Santoro. Plus a lot of entertaining banter from the "dudes club,
The Italian poet, novelist and screenwriter Tonino Guerra, who has died aged 92, brought something of his own poetic world to the outstanding films he co-scripted with, among others, Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni and Francesco Rosi, but also many non-Italian directors including Theo Angelopoulos and Andrei Tarkovsky. Perhaps his most creative contribution was to Fellini's colourful account of life in a small coastal town in the 1930s, Amarcord (1973), of which he was truly co-author, because the film reflected their common experiences growing up in Romagna.
The two were born in the region a couple of months apart – Fellini in Rimini and Guerra in Santarcangelo, in the hills above the Adriatic resort, the son of a street vendor father.
Guerra's own "amarcord" ("I remember" in dialect) is scattered over many books of poetry and short stories. He first started writing
The fourth chapter in the Underworld horror franchise hit cinemas in January.
Kate will be back in action alongside Mark Wahlberg in Contraband - out in the UK on March 16 - and with husband Len Wiseman's remake of Total Recall, co-starring Colin Farrell and released in August.
So where has she been these past three years? And what's it been like getting back into action-movie mode?
Prior to the recent Underworld adventure, we last saw Kate on screen in 2009 in the drama Everybody's Fine and the poorly-received comic book adaptation Whiteout.
Another film she worked on in 2009 with Matt Dillon and Vera Farmiga went straight to DVD, and she says a Hollywood writers' strike meant there were few projects around.
"I didn't plan on a sabbatical,
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