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Nostalgia is a funny thing. There's a very fine line between honoring characters, toys, cartoons and movies from the past and exploiting them. So every time a high-profile remake or relaunch comes along, whether it's "Transformers," "Star Wars" or "The A-Team," fans around the country hold their breath. Is it going to be good or is it going to crap all over your childhood again? Get More »
We're all about having a little evening fun here at NextMovie, so long as we're able to get to bed at a reasonable hour. That's not too much to ask, right? We just want to be able to get a little bit of beauty rest before the next day begins.
That's why we have a great deal of respect for the characters of the following nine films - even if, you know, they're in movies and they're not real, and the movies were almost definitely filmed over the course of weeks instead of just one night.
The sleeper spring break release was downloaded 8.7 million times on populat filesharing site BitTorrent, taking this year's crown for movie people most want to stare at, huddled glassy-eyed at the laptops in the middle of the night, mumbling, "Dude. Duuuuuude." Get More »
It's a horror story that any movie fan can relate to, Twi-Hard or not: You're watching TV and you see the name of your favorite movie listed on your channel guide, only to flip over and discover that the "Twilight" they're showing doesn't have Edward and Jacob battling for the love of Bella-- but instead Gene Hackman and Paul Newman fighting over Susan Sarandon.
You were just punked by Same Name Syndrome.
It happens often. In fact, just this week, Oliver Stone's "Savages" hits theaters — a film that bears absolutely no resemblance to Philip Seymour Hoffman's 2007 film "The Savages." Get More »
This week: In "Project X," a teenage house party goes viral, and the neighborhood watches helplessly as things get explosive.
Other new DVD releases include the funny, warm-hearted "Jeff, Who Lives at Home," the fish-out-of-water comedy "Wanderlust" with Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, and the Blu-ray debut of Christian Bale in "Newsies." Get More »
Babes, booze and banging tunes. These are the basic essentials for throwing an awesome house party.
If you really want to have a memorable bash, you can learn a lesson or two from the guys of "Project X" who attempt to throw the most legendary party ever. Unfortunately for them, things quickly get out of control. What happens at this party totally beats that one time the random guest puked on your couch.
Lucky for you, if you're not quite ready to take your next shindig to that level (probably a good idea), you can party vicariously through the movie, in stores June 19. You'll get all the crazy good times of a real party right in your own home without having to clean up afterward. Get More »
Who will save the children from themselves? Certainly not Hollywood.
Not surprisingly, the kids of America are throwing raucous parties inspired by the hit comedy, "Project X." As the found-footage flick depicts some of the most deviant teenage behavior ever put to film, you can see why this might be a cause for alarm -- for the kids' parents, neighbors and local police precincts alike. Get More »
Warner Bros. is keeping the party going.
What happens when a movie that cost about five bucks to produce takes in over $21 million at the box office over its opening weekend? That movie gets a sequel, of course -- and the second phase of "Project X" has already commenced with deployment, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Get More »
Miles Teller should be dancing right about now. With "Footloose" hitting shelves on DVD and Blu-ray today and "Project X" raking it in at the box office this past weekend, he has totally earned the right to kick off his Sunday shoes or whatever.
The 25-year-old plays Willard in last year's remake of the hit '80s film, a role he knew long before director Craig Brewer took the helm. And Teller had no concerns about doing a remake of a beloved movie. In fact, even though he played Willard in his first play ever – in high school – he still has never seen the Kevin Bacon flick.
He offered a few other amusing confessions when we checked in on his big week. Get More »
Did you know the #2 movie in America right this very moment stars a former porn actor in one of the three lead roles? Would you believe said movie already has the letter "X" in the title?
From the "Too Good To Be True" files (you know it as TMZ) comes the humdinger that chubby "Project X" star Jonathan Daniel Brown, who plays a horny teenager in the high school party flick, culled from his past experience as a real-life horny teenager when he appeared three years ago in the Bang Bros. production "Nerd Hunting." Get More »