You’ve Got B.O.: The Rock Says “Race”

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s latest Disney flick about runaway alien tweens in need managed to knock Watchmen down to second place in the box office race. The gruesome and uncomfortable horror thriller The Last House on the Left made it to third place, while Hugh Hefner’s latest effort to turn his boobie mag into a […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: We Watch the Watchmen

The genre-breaking Cold War superhero ensemble epic Watchmen, based on the highly-acclaimed graphic novel, conquered the weekend box office, stomping all of its competition under giant blue footsteps. 1. Watchmen – $55.6m 2. Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail – $8.8m 3. Taken – $7.4m 4. Slumdog Millionaire – $6.9m 5. Paul Blart: Mall Cop […]

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Opening Today: We Can Finally Watch the “Watchmen”

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/Watchmen/141393/928212558/Watchmen%3A-Trailer-2/embed 420 355] . After months of hype, months of legal uncertainty and decades of development hell, the film adaptation of Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons’ critically-worshipped and genre-redefining graphic novel Watchmen has finally arrived in theaters. A gritty deconstruction of the concept of the super-hero set in the dizzyingly paranoid Cold War era, […]

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Andrew McCarthy To Gossip Girl 2.0, LC Leaving The Hills, Watchmen Star To Target, And More

Here’s the morning scoop: Lipstick Jungle To Gossip Girl: Andrew McCarthy is joining the upcoming Gossip Girl spinoff. He will portray Lily Rhodes’ daddy, a Los Angeles music executive…making him Serena Van Der Woodsen’s very handsome grandpapi! McCarthy recently wrapped up playing Joe Bennett, Victory Ford’s love interest on Lipstick Jungle. Lily Rhodes will be […]

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Interview: “Watchmen” Director Zack Snyder Talks “Director’s Cut” and Studio Battles

Watchmen, as you’ve likely heard by now, is one of the most revered graphic novels ever created, and the task of translating such a fantastically dense 12-issue comic book series into a standard-sized feature film has been an extremely daunting one for decades now. The theatrical version of the film is about 2 hours, 40 […]

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