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This week: Jason Segal and Emily Blunt play a couple whose wedding date keeps getting postponed in "The Five-Year Engagement," a comedy brought to you by the people behind "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," "The 40-Year Old Virgin" and "Get Him to the Greek."
Also new this week is the 3-D killer-fish sequel "Piranha 3DD," Jason Statham in the action flick "Safe," the stoner comedy "High School" and the limited edition "Harry Potter Wizard's Collection," packaged with all eight movies plus collectibles. Get More »
Finally, a sequel we can really sink our teeth into!
After the bloody good camp fun of Alexandre Aja's "Piranha 3D" last year, someone decided two "D"s are better than one, and boy were they right. The Weinstein Company is pulling out all the stops to provide bigger fish, bigger laughs, bigger "stars," and a larger amount of acting talent from the female participants. It's all good clean fun for "Piranha 3DD," and we have the trailer to prove it. Get More »
Of all the films released last summer, it seemed the most unlikely of films was the most universally loved: "Piranha 3-D."
"Piranha 3DD" has the unenviable task of trying to not only match the popularity of its predecessor, but outdo it in outrageousness.
So far, the crazy of "Piranha 3DD" has been purely restricted to its casting choices like Gary Busey. How do you balance out Busey? With the Hoff, of course! Dimension Films announced today that David Hasselhoff has officially joined the cast of "Piranha 3DD." He'll proudly share the screen with the aforementioned Busey, Ving Rhames, Christopher Lloyd, Paul Scheer, Katrina Bowden, Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, Chris Zylka and David Koechner. Get More »
Wait a minute... didn't Ving Rhames (spoiler!) die in the last "Piranha" movie (end spoiler)?
No matter. There are no rules in the world of "Piranha," and if the producers want to list him as a "survivor," then so be it. Rhames is joining fellow "survivors" Christopher Lloyd and Paul Scheer for a second feeding frenzy, "Piranha 3DD," according to The Playlist. Get More »
It's almost 2015, and we still don’t have flying cars, time machines or hoverboards, but the "Back To The Future" trilogy still rocks our world.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the first installment and the new trilogy Blu-ray release, Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson, Christopher Lloyd and Mary Steenburgen -- plus singer Huey Lewis, writer-director Robert Zemeckis, producer Neil Canton and writer-producer Bob Gale -- reunited in Manhattan today to travel back in time to the making of this iconic '80s flick. Get More »