Tag Archives: Alpha

Olivia Wilde wants dating rumors to be put to rest

HollywoodNews.com: It was just rumored that Olivia Wilde was getting close and cozy with Justin Timberlake, but the actress wants to put a stop to the rumors right now. Wilde took to Twitter to set the record straight about her personal life, states People. “We are just friends and have been[...]

Academy announces 15 animated feature films in consideration

HollywoodNews.com: Fifteen features have been accepted for consideration in the Animated Feature Film category for the 83rd Academy Awards®. The 15 features are: “Alpha and Omega” “Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore” “Despicable Me” “The Dreams of Jinsha” “How to Train Your Dragon” “Idiots and Angels” “The Illusionist” “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole” “Megamind” “My Dog[...]

Justin Timberlake may be getting a very young mother

HollywoodNews.com: Justin Timberlake is reportedly reuniting with some of his ‘Alpha Dog’ costars for a film where his mom will be played by someone who is actually younger than him. Olivia Wilde will reportedly play the singer and actor’s mother in a film where aging stops at 25, states Just[...]

‘Social Network’ more popular in cities than country, nabs No. 1 spot

HollywoodNews.com: Sony’s “The Social Network,” the David Fincher film about the founding of Facebook by web guru Mark Zuckerberg, earned $23 million at the weekend box office. The figure met Sony’s estimates; however, the industry had larger expectations of the film given its three month marketing campaign. Much had been[...]

The 3D format remains a tool, not a new genre

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com: There’s a new article out from Anne Thompson, who I usually enjoy, regarding the alleged downturn of 3D. Basically the gist is that 3D is in peril, and the big savior of the format will be “Tron: Legacy.” The piece itself is harmless, and to be fair[...]

“Wall Street 2” is a genuine mainstream hit with $19 million

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com: The funny thing about long-delayed sequels is that it’s generally pretty easy for them to top the opening weekends of their predecessors purely due to inflation. So while “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” is a genuine mainstream hit with $19 million on 3,565 screens ($5,330 per[...]

This Week In Movies – ‘The Town,’ ‘Jack Goes Boating,’ ‘Easy A,’ ‘Devil’

By Pete Hammond HollywoodNews.com: Ben Affleck has had a career of ups and downs but to his credit he hasn’t let critical brickbats or tabloid fodder derail him from living up to the promising talent he showed as an actor and writer in 1997’s Good Will Hunting which won Ben[...]

Ben Affleck’s ‘The Town’ takes the weekend with $23.8M

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com: In a stupidly crowded weekend at the box office, we had four major wide releases and at least two major limited debuts. Without further ado, let’s dive in. Coming in at number one was Ben Affleck’s crime thriller “The Town.” With $23.8 million, the Affleck-directed picture out-grossed[...]

Hollywood Movie Roundup: ‘Easy A’ hotter than Affleck, ‘Devil’ and wolves

HollywoodNews.com: You know it’s the fall season when the critics are embracing most of the wide releases. Garnishing an 85% fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes, Sony-Screen Gems teen comedy, “Easy A,” looks to score with young females. Similar to the mid ‘90s teen comedy hit “Clueless,” “Easy A” is based[...]

‘True Blood’ Trails 5.0: The New Southern Gent Code – Fend off vampires, go bare-chested and tie your lover to the bed

By ANTHONY D’ALESSANDRO HollywoodNews.com: In her portrayal of gallant vampires and werewolves in the “Southern Vampire Mysteries,” (the source material for “True Blood”) I am sure one of the M.O.s for author Charlaine Harris was to turn the convention of Southern Chivalry on its head. While watching episode 29 of “True Blood”[...]
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