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This week: Leonardo DiCaprio is perfectly cast as the titular character in "The Great Gatsby," director Baz Luhrmann's gaudy adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel.
Also new this week is Michael Bay's darkly funny "Pain & Gain" starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson, the family drama "At Any Price" with Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron and the cult monster movie "Q: The Winged Serpent" on Blu-ray. Get More »
If you didn't already know, Michael Bay's recent "Pain & Gain" crime thriller fest was based on a series of actual events which took place down there in Miami, Florida in the mid-'90s. So, those buffed-up baddies portrayed so well by Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Anthony Mackie were real-life thugs ... and their crimes actually happened, too.
Mackie's Adrian "Noel" Doorbal, for example, was convicted in '98 of a plethora of ills, not the least of which were two counts of murder. So, he's not exactly some teddy bear in the flesh. But if you happen to feel so inclined as to shoot the real death row-bound perp a letter, it's doable. Get More »
There was good news and bad news for "Pain & Gain" at the box office this weekend according to Film.com. The good news: Michael Bay's new comedy, which stars Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, took the top spot with an estimated $20 million debut. The bad news: It's going to get absolutely steamrolled by "Iron Man 3" next weekend, as Marvel's latest superhero epic earned over $195 million in its international opening.
And the feeling that this weekend was just the calm before the storm carried over to the rest of the box office, which was down nearly 20% from last year. "Oblivion" managed to hold onto second place with an estimated $17.6 million, but the new romcom "The Big Wedding" was a big flop, drawing just $7.5 million in its opening weekend.
For a full rundown of this weekend's box office figures, head to Film.com.
You might not know who Mindy Robinson is now, but chances are you'll be a lot more acquainted in the next couple of weeks. The ridiculously gorgeous actress, model and reality TV star has appeared in several low-budget horror films and music videos but is now set to hit the big time with roles in two big Hollywood blockbusters: "Snake Model" (whoa!) in "Pain & Gain," opening April 26, and "Bikini Girl" (yowza!) in "Iron Man 3," opening May 3.
Let your imagination take you where it may ... and let us help out a bit with our collection of super-hot Mindy Robinson pics.
Most of us understand that as we age, it's important to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Go for a jog (or a "yog" if you're Ron Burgundy) once in a while. Maybe opt for a salad sometimes instead of a few slices of pizza. If you work at a desk, perhaps you make sure you walk around your office for five minutes every hour. Feel that burn.
Then there are others who take that notion to extreme lengths, who hear "maintain a healthy and active lifestyle" and think "lift enough weights every day of my life to tear a horse in half with my bare hands and have a laughing fit in its blood." Get More »
That's it, Hollywood. Feel the burn!
Many celebrities are known for their lean physiques; they're certainly in shape but not exactly what you would call "huge." Others are have made a career out of being super-skinny or pleasantly plump. But imagine what some of these stars would look like if they suddenly went the route of the cast of "Pain & Gain," eatin' several pounds of steak and chicken and rice all day and all night and pumping iron like there's no tomorrow.
It's hard to picture beanpoles like Anne Hathaway, James Franco, Robert Pattinson, Angelina Jolie and Will Smith, scrawny fellas like Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Michael Cera and an endearingly overweight dude like Zach Galifianakis suddenly becoming bodybuilder-big, isn't it? So let us do the picturing for you. In the immortal words of Eric Cartman, "Beefcake!"
[From MTV News] Mark Wahlberg is willing to deal with Anthony Mackie's impotence but not Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's incompetence. In a new clip from "Pain & Gain," the muscle-bound trio botch a kidnapping after failing to acquire their intended victim.
Watch the clip above, which is from the second day of Sneak Peek Week, MTV's series of exclusive clips, screenings and interviews with stars from some of Hollywood's hottest new films, all leading up to Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. "Pain & Gain" muscles its way into theaters on April 26.
The week-long event, leading up to Sunday's MTV Movie Awards, provides fans with an early look at some of this summer's biggest movies, delivered directly by the people who made them possible. Stars Mark Wahlberg, Rob Corddry, Ken Jeong and Bar Paly and director Michael Bay will drop by to debut new footage from "Pain & Gain" before the film lands in theaters April 26.
"Pain & Gain" will be screened for a group of lucky moviegoers right before Wahlberg and his co-stars debut an exclusive clip on MTV at 11 p.m. ET. Following the debut, MTV's Josh Horowitz will chat with the cast live, exclusively on MTV.com.
Despite releasing "Pain & Gain" later this year, producer Michael Bay has so far inflicted much pain and very little gain upon hapless "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" fans.
First the uproar over the turtles being aliens, then word that the script was shite, followed by interminable delays, and now The Hollywood Reporter says the new live-action/CGI hybrid film has been delayed yet again to June 6, 2014. Get More »
Man, 2012 was a pretty darn good year for films, right? "The Avengers," "Lincoln," "The Hunger Games," "Silver Linings Playbook," seriously, we could go on and on, as this past year has been one of the best in recent memory.
And that has us even more amped up to see what Hollywood does for an encore. Sure, 2013 has some pretty big shoes to fill, but there are always news movies to see, new adventures to experience, new stars to meet and new pop culture obsessions waiting to be born.
So with that in mind, we've put together our list of the top 50 Movies We’re All About in 2013. Because last year is just so last year. Get More »