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IT is a scene that would cost a Hollywood studio more than pounds 100million to recreate. A-list stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen lark about on a luxury yacht on holiday in Hawaii.
By TARA CAIN STEP BROTHERS (15) STARS: Will Ferrel, John C Reily, Mary Steenburgen. DIRECTOR: Adam McKay. THE biggest laugh in Adam McKay's comedy of escalating sibling rivalry comes before the opening credits roll.
By JAMES MOTTRAM Film STEP BROTHERS ACROSS THE UK John C Reilly is ranting. The 43-year-old actor is furious about some of the less-than-complimentary reviews of his new film, Step Brothers, a brash comedy about two overgrown adolescents still living at home.
By JAKE COYLE By Jake Coyle The Associated Press NEW YORK EatDrinkOrDie.com is hoping to find the culinary equivalent of Paris Hilton's political campaign ad.
By John Beifuss "Bottle Shock" is a warm, modestly budgeted movie about wine that debuted at this year's Sundance Film Festival. "Tell No One" is a French-language mystery thriller.
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- While Paris Hilton's spoof campaign ad on Funny or Die may not lead to an increase of pink paint sales in the nation's capital come this November, one thing is certain -- Funny or Die has the hottest viral hit on the web.
By Jake Coyle NEW YORK -- It's often said all actors want to be rock stars. Will Ferrell has gotten to be both.
By Kathy Gilbert and Holly Leber, Chattanooga Times/Free Press, Tenn. Jul. 30--Casey Phillips: This movie is a second to "The Love Guru" in my rankings as this year's most vulgar movie.
Tomorrow night the Nelson Film Society presents Safety Last, featuring Harold Lloyd, and the keyboard magic of Gabor Tolnay. Safety Last is a hilarious escapade, a film full of gags and daredevil stunts. "The Boy", wanting to secure the hand of his sweetheart, heads to the city in search of fortune.
Some of Disney Channel's biggest stars are teaming up with the Muppets for Studio DC: Almost Live, a new U.S. special to air next month, the network said.
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