Love or hate the Hangover movies, production has begun on the third and final installment, after co-writer and director Todd Phillips called The Hangover 3 a "fitting conclusion to our three-part opera of mayhem, despair and bad decisions" back in March.
While the sequel will undoubtedly bring back Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and proverbial fourth wheel Justin Bartha in another drug-induced, amnesia-filled adventure, the exact details on The Hangover Part III have been unknown, though Cooper revealed last year that the sequel would "maybe not adhere to the structure." Finally, Warner Bros. has finally released some very brief details about the sequel via ComingSoon. more about The Hangover Part III >> Posted 09.10.12 by Ryan
Hollywood, for the most part you bring the masses enjoyable movies (John Carter, Battleship aside) and if we haven't said lately, we really appreciate it. But from time to time, we here at Reelz think of some incredible movies that we just can't believe are not in production. So consider this an open request to Hollywood: make this movie happen!
License to Drive 2: Hit and Run
They're under the influence . . . of adventure! check out the pitch and the full-size poster >> Posted 09.10.12 by Chris
Today's Challenge: Super 8 and Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer both open nationwide today. Can you find a link to connect leading ladies Elle Fanning and Heather Graham?
Our first Facebook movie game, ClusterFlick, plays off that old "six degrees of separation" theory — you know, the one that has a certain Kevin at the center of the Hollywood universe. It's easy to play, but not so easy to win. The goal is to use the major cast of movies to get from Point A to Point B in the smallest number of moves.
Play ClusterFlick >> Posted 06.10.11 by reelz
In Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer, the title tween and her little brother, Stink, set out to have a thrilling summer. Does the movie have any thrills for the audience? Apparently not.
Posted 06.09.11 by reelz
"...the film is so airless (think iCarly as a videogame) that there isn't a truly playful moment in it."— Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"Crap figures prominently throughout Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer. It's also one way of describing this adaptation of the Megan McDonald book series..."— Ed Gonzalez, Slant Magazine
"Megan McDonald’s third-grade spitfire Judy Moody makes her moody leap from the page to the big screen with much of the spit, if not her fire, intact."— Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel
"While Graham charms as the artsy eccentric, newcomer Beatty overdoes it with the pop-eyed energy of a preteen Miley Cyrus. And the high-pitched, candy-colored comedy tries too hard to be fun."— Thelma Adams, Us Weekly
"...the character is drawn so thinly, she just comes off as a narcissistic, whiny brat. And that's a problem, since we're supposed to like her."— Christy Lemire, Associated Press
"For accompanying adults, the constant stimulus will be entirely overwhelming, as if you were trying to drink from a fire hose pumping out high-fructose corn syrup with the force of a typhoon."— James Rocchi, MSN Movies
Some people just can't take a joke.
In a recent interview with Total Film Magazine, The Hangover Part II co-screenwriter and director Todd Phillips discussed the monkey shown in the movie's poster and trailer and revealed the following:
I wanted the monkey to smoke so we had to train her to. Now I have PETA after me because the monkey's become addicted to cigarettes. She was just shooting Cameron Crowe's movie We Bought A Zoo. And the monkey won't stop smoking.
Several outlets took Phillips' comments and reported it literally, saying that the director was in trouble with the animal rights organization. There's only one problem: Phillips was joking. read phillips' response >> Posted 04.18.11 by Ryan
Us reports Lindsay Lohan turned down the role of "Jade the call girl" in The Hangover, saying the script, "had no potential."
For the record, The Hangover has grossed nearly $209M and is arguably the summer's biggest hit. (Of course, the part ended up going to Heather Graham, who needed career revitalization nearly as badly.)
This is the latest indignity suffered by Lohan. Her next movie, Labor Pains, is going straight to video on August 4th. And her most recent theatrical release, I Know Who Killed Me, forced some critics to gouge their own eyes out, with Slant's Rob Humanick saying, "criticizing it seems the equivalent of beating up special needs children." Posted 07.09.09 by reelz
It's summer. Time for baseball, gin and tonics, and movies (not necessarily in that order). Here are 10 women who are getting us to ask theater managers: "Can ya turn up the air conditioning?"
Check out our list of the 10 Hottest Chicks from the Summer Flicks. Yes, Megan Fox made the list. See the other 9! Posted 06.18.09 by reelz
A couple new clips from the upcoming comedy The Hangover -- which follows three friends who must piece together a wild, Las Vegas stag party they can't remember and find the bachelor before the wedding -- arrived online. The first clip finds the bachelor (Justin Bartha) in happier times as his father-in-law (Jeffrey Tambor) lets him borrow a prized automobile:
In the second clip, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis talk to Heather Graham to see if she can help them find Bartha: Posted 05.19.09 by Ryan
Not in the mood for cartoon pandas or Israeli commandos? Think you'd prefer to see Heather Graham trying to seduce unwitting men into being her baby daddy? Then counter-programming in the form of Miss Conception might be of interest to you.
Check out our interview with Heather Graham and our review of Miss Conception to see if she's birthed a winner. Posted 06.06.08 by reelz