Welcome to Monday Morning Review, a new feature here at Movies.com where we provide a review of a film the Monday morning after it arrives in theaters. As such, this review is written for people who have seen the film, and will discuss plot points, spoilers, etc, so read it only if you’ve seen it or if you don’t mind knowing everything that happens.
It is a real… Continue reading Monday Morning Review: 'Ides of March' Trips on its Own Feet
In its seventh season, “Supernatural” is going all-out when it comes to the guest stars who keep the story colorful, and this bit of casting scoop is no exception.
Zap2it has exclusively learned that D.J. Qualls — best known for his memorable role as nerdy virgin Kyle in the comedy classic “Road Trip” — will intercept the Winchesters in the season’s 8th episode, tentatively titled… Continue reading 'Supernatural' casting scoop: 'Road Trip's' D.J. Qualls gets on Dean's last nerve
The ComingSoon.net Box Office Report has been updated with studio estimates for the weekend. Click here for the full box office estimates of the top 12 films and then check back on Monday for the final figures based on actual box office.
20th Century Fox’s Rio continued to dominate the worldwide box office, adding an estimated $ 26.8 million domestically and $ 44.2 million overseas this Easter weekend. The animated… Continue reading Worldwide Moviegoers Continue Trips to Rio
Russell Brand is apparently planning two tropical honeymoon trips for his ladylove Katy Perry. The comic, 35, will first fly her to Mauritius after they marry in front their celeb friends and family in India on Sunday. Hoping to give the 25-year-old pop star the honeymoon of her dreams, Brand is then planning to extend [...] Continue reading Russell Brand planning ‘two tropical honeymoon trips’
The government Saturday clarified that it was not paying for former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s foreign trips, saying his travel expenses were borne by his hosts.
A report in a national daily March 12 had suggested that ever since demitting office in 2007, Kalam has been a “frequent flyer” and the government was “looking to see [...] Continue reading Government doesn’t pay for Kalam’s foreign trips