In a move that’s been a long time coming, Warner Brothers Television officially fired star Charlie Sheen from the CBS hit show ‘Two and A Half Men’ in actions kicked off from Sheen’s radio interview with Alex Jones.
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With the 2011 Academy Award nominations hitting early tomorrow morning January 25, 2011 5:30 AM (PT), here’s a full list of the awards all the films of 2010 have received and how many.
Our ‘Batman’ sources turned out to be so right when we reported last fall that Anne Hathaway would be the next ‘Catwoman’ in Chris Nolan’s ‘Batman: The Dark Knight Rises’, but also that Tom Hardy would be ‘Bale’.
‘The King’s Speech‘ took the most nominations for the 2011 Golden Globes so Colin Firth could be looking at another Academy Award nomination.
Here’s a video montage of all the films that came out for 2010. This includes the upcoming ones too for this year. Enjoy!
Disney’s ‘Tangled’ crept over ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1‘ in a very lackluster weekend with Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Black Swan‘ opening very well
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows‘ dominated the Thanksgiving box office, but Disney’s ‘Tangled‘ was right on its heels doubling expectation with Megamind and Burlesque behind them.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway look very pretty in ‘Love And Other Drugs‘, but the Edward Zwick film feels like a half baked date movie.
Jake Gyllenhaal jumps inside people’s bodies in his latest sci fi actioner ‘Source Code’ which looks more interesting than his ‘Prince Of Persia’.
Best Movies Ever thought the first trailer for Mark Wahlberg’s The Fighter looked okay, but this latest one just sent over to us from Mandeville Films looks like it could kick some serious butt
Happiness is one of those films that we at best movies ever never get tired of watching and showing to people who’ve never seen it. Granted it’s not for everyone’s tastes and the subject matter drove away any distributors causing director Todd Solondz to put it in theaters himself.
Best movies ever found this amusing and not so shocking/relieving that Casey Affleck admitted to The New York Times today that his Joaquin Phoenix documentary/mockumentary I’m Still Here was just one big hoax ala Andy Kaufman performance art.