The Hollywood Reporter listed the top 20 of the year a few days ago, but let's zoom in on their big 10--the ones that really rocked the box office, a handful of them going over the billion mark!
Bear in mind that some of these epics are still playing, so they'll be racking in even more dough. (I've ... More >>
The pastry presents a luscious evening skyscape.
Though the -- eagerly anticipated? -- Men In Black 3 doesn't open till tomorrow, Death-Star fast-food empire Dunkin' Donuts has already trundled out its gastro tie-ins: a cup of branded iced coffee and a star-shaped donut.
As you know, Scientologist Will Smith was greeting the press at the Moscow premiere of the esteemed Men In Black III the other day when he was approached by a male reporter who double kissed the star on the cheek, which is apparently the guy's shtick.
At first, Will smilingly went along with it and ... More >>
It's fair to call it the Obama Effect: leaders in the black community, old and young, political and cultural, are coming out of the closet to back same-sex marriage. And they are a motley crew, from the legacy NAACP, to the rapper 50 Cent, who just a couple years ago suggested that if you're a man " ... More >>
New York City is oh so very close to being a better city for film and television than Hollywood -- if the federal government would just get out of the damn way!
At least that was the message today on the corner of 36th Street in Astoria, Queens, where Sen. Chuck Schumer, flanked by relevant neighb ... More >>
20 summers ago, Jazzy Jeff's opening command in the hip-hop classic "Summertime" kickstarted countless barbecues, picnics and long nighttime drives. Little has changed since. In 1991, as producers K. Fingers and Hula were lifting Kool & the Gang's leisurely dulcet "Summer Madness" ... More >>
A snapshot from a more innocent, less street-clogging time. You'd think that the dire prospects of Men In Black 3 would have Will "No Longer The Fresh Prince" Smith trying to make friends wherever he goes, but he's apparently getting people annoyed in Soho with the big-ass movie-star trailer ... More >>
via NY PostWilliamsburg is getting a multi-screen, multi-level, mainstream movie theater of its own, planned for a currently vacant lot at Driggs and Grand. According to the New York Post, developer Blue Zees Real Estate will spend $9.3 million on the 850-seat multiplex in a neighborhood that ... More >>
The good news: After months of uncertainty from the Tommy Lee Jones half of Men in Black's brilliantly deadpan duo, Agent Kay is officially signed on for the third installment of what we're hoping will be the final film in the MIB trilogy. Will Smith has reportedly been on board for quite some time. ... More >>