Gene Hackman, 82, is a traditional kind of guy, so you best not go insulting his wife, Betsy Arakawa, 51, as one homeless man in in Santa Fe, N.M., found out the hard way when Hackman reportedly slapped him after he approached the couple and used a not-so-nice word in reference to Arakawa, his wife since 1991.
What would happen if a wife let her husband do whatever he wanted for a week with no repercussions? Well, that’s the very thing the Farrelly brothers explore in their newest outing Hall Pass, starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis.
With its, by the standard of other early 2000s domcoms (domestic comedies, if you like), high-concept premise--mild mannered milksop must warm up to the mother of all fathers-in-law-to-be: an ex-CIA operative!--Randy Newman-scored soundtrack, and unlikely comedy pairing of Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro--the former having recently succeeded Jim Carrey as the Box Office King of Low Brow Comedy; the latter, fresh on the heels of his successful turn-against-type in the hit comedy Analyze This--Meet the Parents, a remake of the 1992 independent film vehicle for oddball stand-up comedian Emo Philips--became one of the highest grossing films of 2000.
They may not be crashing weddings this time around, but actors and real-life buds Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have decided to merge their comedic talents again in the upcoming Interns, about two forty-somethings who switch careers after being laid off at their companies.
When NASA has a shuttle destroyed by a meteor shower, they discover that it is only the initial phase of a much larger problem. An asteroid the size of Texas is heading straight for earth and when it hits in eighteen days nothing will survive.
I’ve always been wary of the switch to computer animation from traditional animation. I guess I’m just too much of a sucker for The Lion King. But if anyone can persuade me otherwise, it’s the folks at Pixar.
A tragic thing happens to some of our favorite comedians. They cease being funny. The symptoms usually appear as they begin to age. Often, it becomes noticeably more apparent when they first become parents and censorship actually starts to sound like a good idea.
The grand Pennsylvania home featured in Marley & Me is for sale for $1.25 million. The 175-year-old, five bedroom, 3.5 bath home comes with 16 acres of land, including four outbuildings, a barn and six stalls.
Kate Hudson, 31, is the latest leading lady to add her name to the growing list of Hollywood's expectant parents, where her ex-boyfriend, Owen Wilson, also holds a spot. The Nine actress is 14 weeks pregnant with British boyfriend Matthew Bellamy's baby.
Little Fockers star Owen Wilson, 42, is soon going to be welcoming a Little Wilson. Wilson and girlfriend of over a year, Jade Duell, are expecting their first child, and the baby is "due any day," a rep for the actor told UsMagazine.
Goofy... just goofy is the best way to describe Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, the sequel to the 2006 mega hit that had a blast letting Ben Stiller loose in a Natural History Museum in which all of the exhibits came to life.