'EuroTrip' 10th Anniversary: Cast reveals 10 things you might not know about the movie

'EuroTrip' 10th Anniversary: Cast reveals 10 things you might not know about the movie
It has been ten years since EuroTrip, riding the raunchy teen comedy revival of the late ’90s and early naughts, burst into theaters and exposed an entire generation of teens to a beach full of dangling male genitalia. And even a decade later, those involved with the cult classic are still proud of it — every sex organ included.

At least, that was the vibe taken away from the audience Wednesday night in Hollywood, where cast members Scott Mechlowicz (“Scotty”), Jacob Pitts (“Cooper”), Michelle Trachtenberg (“Jenny”), Travis Wester (“Jamie”) joined producers Jeff Schaffer, Alec Berg, and David Mandel and several others for a Q&A session.
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Review: Metallica: Through The Never

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Plot: Metallica roadie Trip is about to experience a night he will never forget. When the concert begins he is assigned a simple task that turns into a nightmare in a strange apocalyptic world. Plus, there is a ton of rock and roll to keep the fans satisfied. Review: In the early morning hours, a car pulls up in the dirty parking lot of a concert arena. The man inside the vehicle gets out and begins screaming something along the lines of, .Metallica! Yes! Mutherf*cking Metallica!. It is...
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Johnny Nguyen Wraps Up On Iron Man 3, Heads To Chinatown

If Vietnamese action star Johnny Nguyen keeps this up he'll soon develop super powers of his own. Best known as the star of The Rebel and one of only two men in the world to fight superstars Jet Li and Tony Jaa on screen, Nguyen has now played a key role bringing two of the biggest stars of the Marvel universe to the screen. The man inside the suit for Sam Raimi's first two Spider-Man films, Nguyen has just wrapped up a stint doing stunt work on Shane Black's Iron Man 3 and is now back in Vietnam taking a lead role in upcoming action film Chinatown.Helmed by his brother Charlie - who also directed The Rebel - Chinatown is a multi-threaded gangster epic promising...
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The Dark Knight Rises fends off Danny Boyle's 2012 Olympics ceremony

Not even the draw of Boyle's opening ceremony could stop The Dark Knight Rises from becoming this year's fastest growing film

Back in early 2009, Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire created a challenge for rival awards-hopefuls such as Frost/Nixon and Milk by sucking all the air out of the market. Two years later, Boyle's 127 Hours might have done a bit better had it not faced stiff competition from fellow Oscar contenders The King's Speech and Black Swan. Now Boyle is once again in the competitive mix, with his highly praised Olympics opening ceremony drawing 23m viewers on Friday night on BBC1, and a peak of 27m.

Cinema grosses were affected, although variations between films were significant. Family films, which don't attract many viewers in the late-evening slot occupied by the opening ceremony, saw fairly even distribution of box office across the three days of the weekend, with Friday benefiting from being a school holiday.
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What to Watch This Week: Cinema Releases for July 27th

It’s Friday, so you know what that means – another round-up of what films are hitting cinemas this weekend. With The Dark Knight Rises dominating the UK box office last week it seems no-one wants to put up a challenge to Christopher Nolan’s dark hero as only The Lorax is on a wide release this week. Just in time for the start of the summer holidays!

Nationwide Releases The Lorax

Dr. Seuss’ classic, environmentally themed children’s book comes to the big screen in this tale of a young boy who encounters a cantankerous forest creature after venturing outside of his artificial city in search of a tree. Ted (voice of Zac Efron) lives in a town where nothing is quite as it appears; everything is plastic, including the plants. Hopelessly smitten by the beautiful Audrey (voice of Taylor Swift), who dreams of one day seeing a real tree,
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Want To Meet The Man Who Wears the Nicolas Cage Costume?

Between his wild-eyed antics onscreen and his even zanier personal life off, Nicolas Cage has been a source of infinite jest for his three-decade career, but what drives the man in all his eccentric pursuits?

Turns out it's a friendly puppeteer by the name of Glen Soziak, who's been wearing the "Nicolas Cage costume" all this time, at least according to semi-reliable The Onion News Network.

This hilarious faux news magazine interview with Soziak in conjunction with his book "Life Inside the Cage" is so crazy we almost expect to see Cage inside the Soziak costume.

The man talks about what drove him to create such a wacky character and what drives him to keep pushing the envelope more and more with every performance or weird purchase. Check out the video below and get a load of him doing a pretty spot-on Cage voice.

Meet The Man Inside The Nicolas Cage
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Ghost Rider Flames Out at the President’s Day Weekend Box Office

When a Ghost Rider sequel was announced, most people wondered why. Moviegoers must have been asking the same question judging by the film's middling box office receipts this weekend. Poor Nic Cage might have to sell his soul to Satan to get another hit movie at this point.

The good news for the producers of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance is that their sequel/semi-reboot only cost about half of the 2007 original’s $110 million budget. The bad news is it opened in 3rd place to less than half what its predecessor took in its opening weekend. $22 million for 3 days, and that’s even factoring in inflated 3D ticket prices. Compare that to the $47 million the original pulled in, and you get what Box Office Mojo describes as “a nearly unprecedented drop for a sequel.”

Then again, by all reported accounts, the only reason this Ghost Rider sequel even came into
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168 Geeky Media People you should follow on Twitter

I was going through all my bookmarks and I came along this one that I have not shared with you all yet! Shame on me! Courtesy of GeekDad.

Whether you’ve been using Twitter since 2006, are determined never to use it unless dragged kicking and screaming, or are somewhere in between, you probably know that it’s wildly popular with all sorts of people. In addition to the celebrities who make a big deal about Twitter (e.g., Ashton Kutcher), there are tons of people, both famous and not, who tweet about lots of interesting things.

Here's a updated list of people to follow on Twitter.

Name Twitter ID Why They’re Listed Here Phil Plait BadAstronomer The Bad Astronomer himself; a source for great space-related info and a dose of healthy skepticism. James Urbaniak JamesUrbaniak The voice of Dr. Venture on The Venture Brothers, and a very funny tweeter.
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Casting Bits: Ruth Wilson in ‘The Lone Ranger’, B.J. Novak in ‘The Dictator’, Peter Mullan in ‘Man Inside’

Casting Bits: Ruth Wilson in ‘The Lone Ranger’, B.J. Novak in ‘The Dictator’, Peter Mullan in ‘Man Inside’
[1] Ruth Wilson will be breaking into the boys' club as the female lead of Gore Verbinski's The Lone Ranger, starring Armie Hammer as the Texas ranger and Johnny Depp as his sidekick Tonto. Although Wilson's name may be unfamiliar to most Americans, she's known in the UK for her work on the BBC's Luther and the Masterpiece Theatre miniseries Jane Eyre. Wilson was selected over Jessica Chastain and Abbie Cornish, who were also being considered for the part, and is currently in negotiations. Very few details have been revealed about her character, named Rebecca. Unlike the earlier versions of the property, Verbinski's Lone Ranger will be told from Tonto's perspective -- "Don Quixote told from Sancho Panza’s point of view," as Verbinski has described [2] it. The film will hit theaters December 21 [3]. [Deadline [4]] After the jump, B.J. Novak joins The Dictator opposite Sacha Baron Cohen a.k.a. Borat, and
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Peter Mullan, Michelle Ryan and Ashley Thomas for The Man Inside

Dan Turner's The Man Inside casts Peter Mullan, Michelle Ryan and Ashley Thomas The action comedy starts shooting in Newcastle this week and is helmed and scripted by Dan Turner (Stormhouse). Variety reports that the story tells of a young boxer who is haunted by the legacy of his brutal gangster father and the scars of his violent upbringing. Dean Fisher of Scanner-Rhodes Productions produces and Ray Panthaki of Urban Way Productions co-produces. Kaleidoscope Entertainment is distributing in the U.K.
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Mullan, Bashy To Join Thriller "Man Inside"

Peter Mullan and Ashley ‘Bashy’ Thomas have joined the cast of the British psychological thriller "The Man Inside" for Kaleidoscope Entertainment says Screen Daily.

Written and directed by Dan Turner, the story centres around a young boxer, played by Thomas, who is haunted by the legacy of his brutal gangster father.

Mullan plays his coach and surrogate father. Michelle Ryan, Jason Maza, David Harewood and Ray Panthaki also star. Shooting is about to begin in Newcastle.
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‘Catch Me If You Can’ Broadway Cast Recording Album released

Ghostlight Records has released the official Broadway cast recording album of the musical Catch Me If You Can. While we usually don’t cover stage musical productions on this page, it’s worth mentioning because of the involvement of film composer Marc Shaiman who wrote the music for the project alongside lyricist Scott Wittman (Hairspray). The album includes 17 songs from the musical. Check out the audio clips below for a preview of all tracks. The digital version is now available to download on Amazon and a physical CD will be released on June 28 and can be pre-ordered here. Catch Me If You Can is adapted from the 2002 film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio. The musical is currently playing on Broadway and was recently nominated for four Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Outstanding Orchestrations. For more information on the musical, visit the official Broadway site.
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Winners of the 2009 Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films!

I heart Palm Springs! Why not? It's my hometown :happy

And I equally heart the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films! Honestly, I like this better than the bloated International Film Fest in January. Why? Because this is more about the craft of filmmaking than the celebrities.

Also, the Short Fest is a good predictor of the Oscars for Best Short Film. So pay attention to the winners, and then next year, take a look at the nominees. Chances are, you'll hear about them again at the Oscars!

The 2009 Palm Springs International ShortFest award winners are:

Jury Awards

Best of Festival, "The Dinner" (Vacsora), Karchi Perlmann

Future Filmmaker Award, Katie Wolfe, "This is Her"

Panavision Grand Jury Award, "Jonathan's Home," Nathanael Carton

Audience Awards

Live Action Short, "Dandelion Dharma," Veronica Dipippo

Documentary Short, "Claiming the Title: Gay Olympics On Trial," Jonathan Joiner, Robert H. Martin

Animation Short, "Lost and Found,
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Seven Irish Entries Screening at Palm Springs Shortfest

The full Irish line up for the Palm Springs International Shortfest was announced yesterday. With only 315 films being selected from more than 2,500 worldwide entries, Irish talent is represented with seven films chosen for screening, at this year's festival. The selected Irish shorts are: Atlantic' by Conor Ferguson; 'Whatever Turns You On' by Declan Cassidy; 'Sunshower' by Liam Gavin; 'The German' by Nick Ryan; 'The Man Inside' by Rory Bresnihan; 'Sandpiper' by Jimmy T. Murakami; 'The Ranger' by Pj Dillon.
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Irish Short Film News

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The Irish short films 'The Man Inside', written and directed by Rory Bresnihan, and 'Avatar Days', created by Gavin Kelly, have picked up awards at the European Independent Film Festival in Paris. Michael Dwyer joins the Jury for the Iccl Human Rights short film Competition; the winners of the Fresh Film Fest are announced and 'Whatever Turns You On' is selected to screen in Us high schools. 'The Man Inside' was named the Best European Dramatic Short at the European Independent Festival. Based on a short story by Fernando Sorrentino, the film tells the story of Lisandro who accidentally locks himself into his apartment. It was produced by Lucy Dyke for Broken Pictures as part of the Irish Film Board's Signatures short film scheme.
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