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Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams Join Copolla On The Road

Entertainment never goes extinct on Sky Movies, and Showcase HD proves it with a two-day epoch of prehistoric crowd-pleasers and Stone Age shenanigans over the August Bank Holiday weekend. The Dinosaur Weekend roars into action on Saturday 28th with Ice Age 3 and Steven Spielberg's awesome Jurassic Park and the adventure continues with Sunday's roasting triple-bill of Journey To The Center Of The Earth, Jurassic Park III and Land Of The Lost. Not so much ferocious as ferociously funny, Jack Black drags his knuckles back to Year One while The Flintstones present caveman culture with extra yabba-dabba-doo.


Vacation! 28 movie/TV getaways!

Isla Nublar, Florin, Amity Island -- all lovely this time of year! EW travel agency, at your service with our brochures about these and other destinations! (Note: Traveler is responsible for his/her own precautions vs. velociraptors, dread pirates, sharks...)


Very First Superman Comic Book Saves Family From Losing Their House

Well if anyone said that a comic book wasn't good for anything else but reading, they were wrong. A family whose house was being foreclosed found an issue of Action Comics #1 in a box as they were packing up their things. Everyone knows that Action Comics #1 is the 'holy grail' of comic books. This was the book that first introduced the world to Superman and its cover is very significant and will be known and recognized forever.

The house had been in the family since the 1950s when the issue was put in the box by the wife's father. They contacted Stephen Fishler who co-owns Comic Connect and Metropolis Collectibles in New York City. Fishler was hesitant at first because a lot of people that come to him with Action Comics #1 usually have reprints that have no real selling value. But the family was smart and sent a picture message to him and he realized that this issue in fact was the real thing. [...]

Ving Rhames Back for Mission: Impossible IV

Ving Rhames, who stars in the upcoming Piranha 3D , revealed on Wednesday's episode of Lopez Tonight that he'll return as Luther Stickell in Paramount's Mission: Impossible IV . He played the character in the first three movies.

He'll be joining Tom Cruise and possibly Simon Pegg, who is reportedly in talks to return as Benji Dunn, in the Brad Bird-directed action thriller scheduled for a release on December 16, 2011.

J.J. Abrams is producing the fourth installment, written by Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec.

The film is said to be targeting a September start.


Ving Rhames Will Be Back For Mission: Impossible 4

Luther recurs again.


Vidya Balan loses ‘Rascals’ for leaving ‘Dhamaal 2′

Bollywood actress Vidya Balan, who has recently walked out of the movie Dhamaal 2, has lost a solo heroine role in Rascals, which is the first film of Sanjay Dutt Productions (SDP). David Dhawan is directing Rascals. Sanjay Dutt also stars Dhamaal 2 along with few other actors.
Initially, the actress agreed to be a [...]


Video - Mark Wahlberg Tackles Tunas, Improv With Will Ferrell in The Other Guys

Three words that come to mind when referring to actor Mark Wahlberg might be "tough," "intense," and "Boston." But now he's aiming to add "funny" to that list, with his first comedic starring role, opposite funnyman Will Ferrell in the buddy-cop spoof The Other Guys.

In the film, Wahlberg plays Terry Hoitz, a pencil-pushing New York City cop who spends his days at his precinct desk after mistakenly shooting New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter during game seven of the World Series. To get his mojo back, Hoitz joins with fellow officer Allen Gamble (Ferrell) to take down a billionaire Wall Street crook (Steve Coogan).



Video: Film trailer: Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky

Biopic detailing the romance between the legendary fashion designer and one of the 20th century's most important composers


Video: Knight and Day: Ignore the carping. This is great fun

Catherine Shoard defends Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz from the critics who have trashed their appearance in this zippy spy caperCatherine ShoardHenry Barnes


Viggo Mortensen to star in Walter Salles's On the Road

Actor last seen in The Road will play Old Bull Lee in adaptation of cult novel, with Amy Adams taking the role of his wifeWalter Salles, the director who made his name with Central Station, and then cemented it with The Motorcycle Diaries, will return to the transportation theme with a film of Jack Kerouac's cult novel On the Road.Francis Ford Coppola, who has been working for 30 years on the project, will produce, and shooting is due to begin later this month.Deadline Hollywood reports that Viggo Mortensen, most recently seen in The Road, has signed on to play Old Bull Lee, the character based on William Burroughs in the semi-autobiographical novel, while Amy Adams will play his wife, Jane, a drug-addicted mother of two.Kirsten Dunst, Kristen Stewart and Britain's Sam Riley also feature.

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