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Remember when you used to think Santa and his elves took care of all the Christmas presents every year?
Holiday shopping season is upon us, which means you've got your own list, and you're checking it twice. But if anyone on your list is a movie fan, then you're in luck.
Check out our 20 hand-selected cool gifts for people who love movies, and you'll be done with your shopping before Santa even gets up for breakfast. You're welcome.
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If your life was basically a series of incredibly embarrassing and humiliating episodes culminating in your newlywed wife's refusal to share a room with you on your honeymoon because you're so pathetic, chances are you would probably want to keep that under your hat. You know, what happens in Vegas, etc.
But that's not the approach one man is taking, because he claims that "The Hangover Part II" is a complete rip-off of his own life -- and he wants everyone to know it. Oh, boy. Get More »
If there's one thing we've learned from "The Hangover Part II," it's that what happens in Utah stays in Utah.
Until now, that is: According to Movieline, a theater in Utah has just been assessed a $1,627 fine for screening "The Hangover Part II" because local authorities deemed the film to have broken regulations prohibiting "sexually explicit" conduct.
And you thought Ed Helms was feeling queasy before. Get More »
The people have spoken and, if there was ever really any doubt, it's now official: This was the summer of "Harry Potter."
The final results of our huge End of Summer polls are in and with more than 25,000 votes cast, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2" easily walked away with the title of your favorite movie of the summer, earning more votes than the rest of the field combined. Get More »
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It's not often that a movie star has to worry about his face being removed, but that's just the danger that "The Hangover Part II"'s Ed Helms has been facing ever since Warner Bros. was sued over the use of Mike Tyson's iconic tribal tattoo on Helms' pasty mug.
Well, good news for Helms and his face: according to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio has reached a deal with tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill that will allow Helms to keep his face -- tattoo and all.
Whew. Crisis averted.
Ink is interesting -- and there are a lot of things you can do with it. For example, if you wanted to, you could use ink to cover half of your face with a tattoo exactly like Mike Tyson's. And then, if you did that, you could learn of another interesting use for ink.
Writing a massive lawsuit.
Yes, in case you haven't heard, Warner Bros. is currently being sued by an artist who claims he has a copyright on the Mike Tyson tattoo design, which the studio used on Ed Helms's face in "The Hangover Part II." But according to The Hollywood Reporter, it may not stay there long, as Warner Bros. is apparently planning to digitally erase the tat when the film goes to DVD. Can anyone say invisible ink? Get More »
There's a lot more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking, as actor-writer-producer Bradley Cooper can attest.
Whether he's polarizing audiences with his alternately handsome/douchey face, attempting to hold his own onscreen with Ryan Gosling, or proving what a legitimate actor he is by treading the boards on Broadway, Cooper is definitely more than the sum of two "Hangover" movies (a hefty sum in and of itself). Heck, the guy even has intents to write and direct… who'd a' thunk it? Get More »
"The Hangover Part II" raked in $105.8 million over the four-day weekend, giving "Kung Fu Panda 2" a karate chop to Po's fuzzy face. Naturally, there's already talk of more "Hangovers" to come. Now that the Wolfpack has conquered (or been conquered by) Las Vegas and Bangkok, where, oh where, could they be headed next?
The stars have been dangling Amsterdam as a possibility.