The action showdown this weekend was supposed to be a dead heat, so to speak. “The Heat” and “White House Down” were both supposed to open around $ 35 million. Both earned very good word-of-mouth, as measured by equal A- grades at CinemaScore. If anything, the Channing Tatum-Jamie Foxx action thriller had a slight edge over the Sandra Bullock-Melissa McCarthy action comedy.
And yet, when… Continue reading Box Office: Why Did Moviegoers Vote Against 'White House Down'?
Kim Kardashian‘s on-camera meltdown after momager, Kris Jenner, and sister, Khloe Kardashian, trashed trees her yard with toilet paper was scripted, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashian‘s features Khloe and Kris playing a prank on then preggers Kim, and the duo show up to Kanye West’s baby mama’s house extremely drunk. The pair decide it would be funny… Continue reading No Reality Here! Kim Kardashian Meltdown Over Mom & Sister Wreaking Havoc At House Was Scripted
Moviefone’s Top DVD of the Week“The House I Live In”What’s It About? Eugene Jarecki’s (“Freakonomics”) “The House I Live In” gives an in-depth look at America’s war on drugs. The documentary brings our attention to the human rights issues created by the country’s drug policy and the overcrowded prison system.Why We’re IN: Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at… Continue reading New DVD Blu-Ray: 'The House I Live In,' 'The Producers'
Blockbuster director Roland Emmerich (“White House Down,” “2012,” “Independence Day”) is Moviefone’s Guest Editor from June 24 – 28. Look for more videos — and some “White House Down” secrets — from him throughout the week.Don’t get us wrong, Mr. Moviefone’s 6-Second Reviews are great, but one from the film’s director? That’s pretty cool, too.
Roland Emmerich has three… Continue reading Roland Emmerich's 6-Second Review of 'White House Down' (VIDEO)
No one can make you cheer “U.S.A.” un-ironically like director Roland Emmerich. The maker of “Independence Day” just loves to put the nation in peril and then have a few brave souls (in the case of “White House Down,” Channing Tatum as Secret Service hopeful John Cale) defend, and ultimately save the nation, from certain doom. In “White House Down,” Cale ends up on a White House… Continue reading 'White House Down' Family Review: 5 Things Every Parent Should Know About Channing Tatum's Action Flick