Cars were huge this weekend. In addition to the Indy 500 and the Monaco Grand Prix, Vin Diesel and the Fast & Furious 6 crew fired up their engines at the box office.
The action film — the last of the franchise under Justin Lin’s direction — is expected to take in $122… More »
There’s no wedding. There’s no bachelor party. So what could go awry for The Wolfpack? Turns out, everything.
The Hangover Part III sends Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Allen (Zach Galifianakis) on one final debauched escapade as they hunt down Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong) reunite for one final romp.
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The Wolfpack is at it again.
This time around there’s no wedding or bachelor party, but the boys are back for one last epic round of booze-filled exploits in Las Vegas.
Yes, we’re talking about the first trailer for The Hangover Part III, the final chapter in director Todd Phillips’ comedy trilogy,… More »
First, there was the announcement teaser. Then a 9-minute IMAX preview. Now, Star Trek Into Darkness has released its first full trailer.
J.J. Abrams’ top-secret movie finds Chris Pine’s Captain Kirk struggling with command decisions as he must face a mysterious new threat in the form of Benedict Cumberbatch. May 17, 2013 can’t… More »
What happens in Vegas… apparently happens all over the place.
The forthcoming The Hangover Part III, which franchise director Todd Phillips is currently shooting, doesn’t involve a wedding or a bachelor party, but it does take the Wolfpack (Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms and Justin Bartha) and their familiar debauchery out on the road.
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Bradley Cooper locked lips with one very lucky lady — costar Gillian Vigman — on Wednesday as he filmed scenes for his upcoming movie The Hangover Part III.
Cooper, 37, and Vigman shot the romantic scene outside of restaurant Fig & Olive, in West Hollywood, Calif. He was joined by costars Ed Helms… More »
After two virtually identical adventures, Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms are back for a third – which Warner Bros. insists is different this time: basically, it sounds even more decadent and depraved than its predecessors.
“This time, there’s no wedding,” reads the studio’s official synopsis. “No bachelor party. What could go… More »