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This continues to be an interesting year for trivia about The Breakfast Club. The classic teen movie, which was written and directed by John Hughes, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, and while commemorative screenings were being held at SXSW and around the country last month, we also learned that there was going to be a nude shower scene, which Molly Ringwald and Ally… Continue reading Original 'Breakfast Club' Script Discovered at High School with Alternate Title

Notable New Releases

It’s a pretty slow week for Blu-rays and DVDs, with the only major new release being Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, which is the third in the series in case you’ve lost track of the sequels. Ben Stiller once again returns as the dumpy security guard who becomes the unwitting steward of a magic power that brings historical relics to life… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,' 'The Breakfast Club' and More

Bruce Willis and his wife, Emma Heming-Willis, weren’t shy about sharing the first picture of their three-week-old daughter, Evelyn.

Willis photographed the infant while breastfeeding, and his wife then posted it to her Facebook page, under the title, Breakfast of Champions.

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The proud mama, who also has a two-year-old daughter, Mabel, with the actor, gave the photo cred to B. Willis.

Willis is now… Continue reading ‘Breakfast Of Champions!’ Bruce Willis Photographs Wife Emma Heming Breastfeeding Their New Daughter

  • ‘The Raid: Redemption” (Gareth Evans, 2012′

    When I tell people how much I love “Dredd” (because I do), the first question is always: “Isn’t it just like ‘The Raid?'” “The Raid,” given the unnecessary “Redemption” subtitle for domestic release, is an Indonesian splatter-fu™ actioner directed by a Welsh dude who introduced the movie at South by Southwest by asking the audience if they loved violence. Like “Dredd,” “The Raid” concerns

  • In honor of their 100th anniversary, Paramount Pictures has commissioned Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles to create a poster that commemorates the studio’s iconic collection of films. The minimalist poster, which you can see below, lays out the classics in a graphically appealing grid, showcasing the cultural influence the company has had over the entertainment industry for a century.

    The trend toward specialty art posters such as this one has seen… Continue reading Paramount Pictures 100th Anniversary Poster: From 'Breakfast At Tiffany's' To 'Zoolander'