As If It's a Surprise, Sacha Baron Cohen is Being Sued, Again! What Did "Bruno" Do Now? 


Can Sacha Baron Cohen ever work in peace? He was sued so many times for "Borat," and with his upcoming film "Bruno," more lawsuits are emerging, like this one. According to Variety:

LANCASTER, Calif. (AP) -- Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie isn't in theaters yet, but it's already producing the same sort of buzz and legal backlash that his last hit, "Borat," created. Richelle Olson sued the 37-year-old actor and NBC Universal on May 22, claiming an incident at a charity bingo tournament that was filmed for the upcoming "Bruno" left her disabled.

Olson claims she was severely injured after struggling with Cohen and his film crew at the event, held in Palmdale, Calif., two years ago. The lawsuit states she now needs a wheelchair or cane to move around.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages of more than $25,000.


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First Ever Disney Fan Expo! "Tron," "Toy Story 3," "Alice In Wonderland" Sneak Peeks! 


Disney announces their first ever fan expo!

It's going to be called D23 Expo, and will be held Sept. 10 - 13 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

See sneak peeks of "Tron," "Toy Story 3," and Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland."

There will also be celebrity appearances, props from various Disney shows, and much, much more!

Tickets go on sale this coming Wednesday, so be there be there be there :happy

This is like Comic Con for Disney fans!

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"Land of the Lost" Movie Review -- Should Marshall, Will, and Holly Return to TV Land? 


Like stepping into a snazzy but clunky time machine ride, “Land of the Lost” leaves its 70s TV-show roots behind and travels full-speed ahead to the future to transform into a multi-million dollar big-screen production.


Marshall, Will, and Holly return tagging along their ape-boy pal Chaka. The dinosaurs also make a comeback, so do the slow but creepy reptilians called Sleestak. The big question remains – do we really need a “Land of the Lost” reboot? Apparently, show creators Sid and Marty Krofft think so. They’re behind this mildly entertaining and mindless special effects extravaganza.

Updating the show’s special effects may be the only driving force behind this movie makeover. I remember the stodgy dinosaur claymation of the 70s series. But as a child, I thought it was the coolest thing ever. With the big screen version, you know it’s in trouble when Matt Lauer (yeah, the “Today Show” anchorman) eclipses the film’s star, Will Ferrell. Read More...

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Jack Nicholson May Team Up with James L. Brooks Again! 


Jack Nicholson is currently in talks to join James L. Brooks in his latest project. The filmmaker directed the actor to Oscar glory with "Terms of Endearment" and "As Good as It Gets."

Now, Nicholson may join the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, and Owen Wilson in Brooks' untitled romantic comedy.

Witherspoon is set to star as a professional softball player who falls in love with two men (Rudd and Wilson). Nicholson is in talks to play the role of the father.

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Who's Writing "Total Recall" Remake? You May Recall Him 


As we told you in February (click here for the full story), "Total Recall" is being remade. We now know who the writer is going to be.

His name is Kurt Wimmer, the guy who gave us "Street Kings" and he also wrote "Salt," the upcoming film starring Angelina Jolie. He also penned the upcoming "Law Abiding Citizen" starring Gerald Butler.

As far as the plot? Columbia Pictures is saying that it's going to be a "contemporized adaptation" of Philip K. Dick's story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale," the same basis of the original "Total Recall" film.

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