Your Top Three is a new series here at Movies.com where we choose a topic and you give us your top three picks.
If you had the chance to see the teaser trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2 today (it has been temporarily pulled by the studio), it likely made you forget about any issues you have with 3D. Maybe you thought back to the… Continue reading Your Top Three: Most Memorable 3D Moviegoing Experiences
The more we celebrate anniversaries of summer blockbusters of yore — such as Alamo Drafthouse’s current run of 1983 releases and the regular Internet commemorations of events like Jurassic Park turning 20 and Die Hard turning 25 — I can’t help but wonder which of this year’s films will be remembered fondly in the coming decades, if any. Many people are already declaring the summer of… Continue reading Which Recent Summer Blockbuster Has the Most Rewatchability?
All but one portion of a lawsuit filed by Journey rocker Neal Schon against his former mother-in-law has been thrown out by a Federal judge.
Schon had claimed that Judy Kozan was harassing and attacking him with her internet blogs.
The judge ruled that the guitarist’s assertions were “inconclusive” but did leave open the option for him to re-file on those points.
Michael Lohan Joins Hollywood’s Most Notorious… Continue reading Most Of Lawsuit By Rocker Neal Schon Vs. His Ex Mother-In-Law Thrown Out
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It was all smiles from Team Blake’s season 4 champion last night at The Voice.
Danielle Bradbery had several dreams come true, winning the competition — and sharing a duet with one of her favorite artists.
“I’ve always wanted to perform with Hunter Hayes and he was so sweet and down to earth, it was just a blast up there with him,”… Continue reading Blake Shelton: Danielle Bradbery is the most important artist to walk across the ‘Voice’ stage
Now that the month has begun, we’re ready to find out if this will indeed be the best June in moviegoing history. Or at least in recent years. There’s a hot new Superman film produced by Christopher Nolan, a new Pixar movie starring two of the studio’s most beloved characters, a meta apocalyptic comedy from the guys behind Superbad and Pineapple Express, the latest excuse for… Continue reading What Is Your Most Anticipated Movie This June?