No one saw the winner of this past weekend’s box office coming, to the point that we didn’t even include the film in our Box Office Poll on Friday. Yup, The Help surprised everyone by beating out all of the new releases with $20.5 million, which was more than enough to take first place. So what’s up? How come no one went to the movies this weekend? You can answer that question in the comments, and if you did go to the movies then feel free to rate the films you saw
In a week that saw Disney pull the plug (temporarily) on a tentpole blockbuster, the Scott Brothers go on a sequel/reboot rampage and Bradley Cooper ditch The Crow remake, a slew of trailers hit the ‘net and Mike Myers might be doing a fourth Austin Powers movie. Yeah, baby, YEAH! Let’s take a look back at the news, rumors, pics, videos, trailers and cast interviews for the third week in August.
Will the Apes rise up and claim box office victory one last time, or will they finally be defeated by Conan the Barbarian, a bunch of Spy Kids or a vampire played by Colin Farrell? Yup, you know what time it is – time to predict which film will win this weekend’s box office.
Ok Fandango folks, with the arrival of Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, and our ongoing Spend the Summer with Fandango Sweeps, we present a photo caption sweeps this week for the following movie still.
As we look forward to August, plenty of action movies and comedies will hit the screen with a couple of horror flicks and dramas mixed in. With the last month of summer upon us, it's time to vote for your most anticipated movie for the month of August.
Robert Rodriguez reboots his Spy Kids franchise with Jessica Alba and a talking dog while Joseph Gordon-Levitt is determined to beat cancer with the help of Seth Rogen. Also, a young girl is sent to live with Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce in the Guillermo del Toro produced Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.
Perhaps because she’s a new mom, or because she wants to venture into new territory, Jessica Alba has decided to get her “kid” on in Spy Kids 4, which, like the previous installment, director Robert Rodriguez will bring to us in 3D.
It's not the most creative poster I've ever seen, but it's definitely in line with the final posters for the previous Iron Man film – a multi-character, floating-head image featuring all of our main players looking all serious and ready to do some damage...
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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