Tonight's Hollywood's Top Ten takes a look at the 10 best scenes that take place in airports. Which movies made the list? Find out in the clip below. Then tune in tonight at 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT to see the full episode, or catch one of its encore showings. ReelzChannel is 299 on Dish, 238 on DirecTV, and available on your cable system. Posted 07.30.10 by reelz
Remember when audiences fell in love with Meet the Parents in 2000 and then almost immediately fell out of love after watching 2004's Meet the Fockers? Well, Universal is hoping that the third time's the charm when Little Fockers arrives in theaters on December 22. See the Little Fockers trailer >> Posted 06.25.10 by Ryan
Universal Pictures has announced that it is pushing back the release date of Little Fockers from July 30 to December 22. The sequel to 2004's Meet the Fockers, the movie continues the comedic conflict between Gaylord "Greg" Focker (played by Ben Stiller) and his overbearing father-in-law, Jack Byrnes (Robert DeNiro), as Greg and his wife, Pamela (Teri Polo), struggle with being parents.
Recent cast additions to Little Fockers include Jessica Alba, Laura Dern, and Harvey Keitel. Owen Wilson will return as Pamela's good-at-everything ex, Kevin Rawley. Paul Weitz directs, replacing Jay Roach, who directed the first two films in the series.
Universal has given the former release date of Little Fockers to The Adjustment Bureau, a sci-fi romance flick based on a short story by the late Philip K. Dick that stars Emily Blunt and Matt Damon. Posted 02.01.10 by BrentJS
According to The Hollywood Reporter, actress Jessica Alba may be joining Ben Stiller and Robert DeNiro in the next installment of the popular Meet the Parents franchise. The third film, titled Little Fockers, will focus on the children of Greg Focker (Stiller) and Pam Byrnes (played by Teri Polo).
If Alba joins the cast, she would play a pharmaceutical rep that becomes the center of attention for the male characters in the movie. Another possible cast addition is Raven-Symoné, who is in talks to play the Fockers' babysitter, Tamyra
Little Fockers will be helmed by Paul Weitz, replacing Jay Roach in the director's chair. Weitz recently directed Cirque de Freak: The Vampire's Assistant, due in theaters October 23. Posted 09.30.09 by BrentJS
Whether it's needed or not, it looks like there's going to be a follow-up to Meet the Fockers, which as you'll recall was the sequel to Meet the Parents, a movie that was far better than its sequel and likely better that this future one too.
Little Fockers will presumably be about the Fockers' children. Jay Roach, who directed the first two movies, will not direct this one as he's busy with Dinner for Schmucks. John Hamburg, a Ben Stiller collaborator who did drafts on both Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers, is at work on a draft of Little Fockers. A number of candidates are said to be in the running to direct, including Paul Weitz (In Good Company), David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer), and Peyton Reed (Yes Man).
Owen Wilson, who had a small role in the first two movies, could have a bigger one in this one, which is typically a good thing. Posted 02.20.09 by reelz