The super-prolific Judd Apatow is reteaming with "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" director, Nick Stoller, for the comedy, "Get Him to the Greek" with Jonah Hill and Russel Brand to star. Read More...
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Oscar-winner Ang Lee is partnering with Focus Features again, for a gay-themed Woodstock memoir called "Taking Woodstock." Read More...
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Verhoeven, the crafty director who gave us "Basic Instinct" and "Showgirls" among others, takes on Jesus! His long-awaited biography on the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth arrives in September.
The director/writer says he embarked on a 20-plus years of scientific research about Christ. Some of his preposterous yet intriguing claims are... Read More...
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I found this site, in my earnest attempts to publicize my "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" interviews. And it's a great tribute site!
So what is the Frat Pack? According to their site:
The Frat Pack is the unofficial name for a group of actors who have appeared in numerous films together. These appearances are often in supporting or cameo roles, and the films share an absurdist sense of humor.
The name was coined by USA Today and is a reference to the "Brat Pack" of 1980's actors and of course Frank Sinatra's "Rat Pack" group from the 1960's. The Frat Pack name is also a reference to group's movie Old School.
The acknowledged members of the Frat Pack are Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell, Owen and Luke Wilson, Jack Black, and Steve Carell.
So head on over to the Frat Pack Tribute, and see their complete tribute to everything Frat Pack! Plus, they gave me love with my review/interviews of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" so they get my love back
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It's true! Oscar winner Halle Berry is set to play her most psychologically torturous role yet in the film "Frankie + Alice." Read More...
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