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British actor Christian Bale will star alongside U.S.
By Scott Bowles BEVERLY HILLS -- Mark Wahlberg pushes away a bread bowl and drops his head on folded arms. He's clearly a little run-down. His 2-year-old son, Michael, isn't adjusting well to the new baby in the family, 1-month-old Brendan. He has four television projects with HBO.
By Barry Caine 'The Happening" is not quite the morbid slog it was on the big screen. It's still loonier than a box of Jujubes. And M. Night Shyamalan jackhammers his green theme with the subtlety of a whoopee cushion.
By William Bender, Philadelphia Daily News Jul. 21--GROUNDBREAKING on an $85 million Hollywood-style movie-production studio in Delaware County won't begin for at least a couple months, but one director already wants to shoot his next film there: M. Night Shyamalan.
Movie Review TAYLOR BUNDY, 17 Freestyle Staff Writer I hate horror movies. I loathe their suspenseful, pulsing music and unrealistic-but-gruesome gore. I despise the feeling of dread that accompanies me to the dark of my bedroom and encourages insomnia.
By Scott Bowles In a rare game of Hollywood chicken, two comedies aimed squarely at teens hit theaters this weekend, and it proved a smart move for Steve Carell's film. Get Smart took first place with $39.1million, according to studio estimates from box-office tracking firm Nielsen EDI.
By Jeff Vice Deseret News Funny man Mike Myers is well-known for having a sense of humor. Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan is pretty much known for not having much of a sense of humor at all.
It has been a tough summer to be a superstar director or writer. Take Larry and Andy Wachowski, the writer/director brother team behind the Matrix franchise and the creative minds behind Warner Bros.' (TWX) megabust Speed Racer. Or M. Night Shyamalan.
By Jeff Simon, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jun. 13--It almost happened. America's movie hypemeisters almost killed M. Night Shyamalan with kindness. A Newsweek cover story called him "The New Spielberg." Others once peddled the idea that he is the new Hitchcock.
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