This Week’s Theatrical Releases.

September 13, 2007

1. The Brave One (2,755 Theaters, Rated R): The Director? Neil Jordan (Mona Lisa, Crying Game, Interview with a Vampire). The Lead Actress? Two-time Academy Award Winner Jodie Foster (The Accused, Silence of the Lambs). [click for more]

Jon Stewart To Host 2008 Oscars

September 12, 2007

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have announced that comic Jon Stewart will be hosting this year’s Academy Awards. This marks Stewart’s second time fronting the show, having first hosted back in 2006. [click for more]


September 12, 2007

It looks like the third and final volume of Warner Brothers’s Tom And Jerry theatrical shorts collections will not be as complete as once thought as the label has decided to drop two cartoons — [click for more]

Moore’s SICKO: Third Highest Grossing Doc

September 11, 2007

Sicko, documentarian Michael Moore’s look at the failings of the United States health care system, has just past Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth in box office receipts, to become the third highest-grossing documentary of all [click for more]

TRON 2 Boots Up Again

September 11, 2007

Hot on the heels of last week’s announcement that Steve Lisberger – the director of the 1982 ground breaking film TRON – was going to be returning to the director’s chair for the first time [click for more]

IRON MAN Trailer Online

September 10, 2007

The trailer for John Favreau’s superhero adaptation Iron Man, premiered online today and for those who have seen the promotion reel that Favreau screened at the San Diego Comic Con in July, than it looks [click for more]


September 7, 2007

If you think that cinematic table tennis is only good for a few laughs like in the recently released Balls Of Fury, than you need to see Ping Pong. And luckily for you, this wildly [click for more]

Stephen Chow’s Next- CJ7

September 7, 2007

Having wowed audiences with the visual anarchy of Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle, Stephen Chow’s next film, title CJ7, certainly sounds as if it might be a more sedate affair. In it Chow plays [click for more]

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