Most famous for his starring role in "The Mummy" films, Brendan Fraser is one of the top leading men in Hollywood. First earning fame in 1992 with "School Ties" and "Encino Man", Fraser has also appeared in "With Honors", "George of the Jungle", "Gods and Monsters" and "Blast from the Past."
Adam West Is a Crusader for Ben Affleck's Batman
NEW YORK ? Adam West has swooped in to defend Ben Affleck from the swift ridicule he faced after Warner Bros cast him for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with the star of the 1960s campy Batman series saying we've already seen glimpses of the new Bruce Wayne in Gone Girl . Many fans weren't thrilled about the casting choice made last year, giving rise to the trending hashtag ...Escape to New Gold Mountain
It's a sunny afternoon in Epsom, the promise of spring in the air. Jack Fraser, a spritely 81-year-old, opens the door."Nice to see you again!" he says. Apparently, we've met before, a long time ago. The Chinese community is like...Go & Do: Poet Billy Collins at a book signing
His talk and reading at The Music Hall already is sold out, but you can still catch poet Billy Collins Tuesday at a special pre-event book signing at The Music Hall Loft.How Bands And Movies Became Bedfellows
A group of individualistic, creative, egotistically inclined people in a tripped-out cocktail of emotion, psychedelia and smit make for a heady mix Read more?The Nut Job? Crosses $100 Million Worldwide
The 3D animated feature took in over $25.7 million for its North American debut, the biggest independent animated film opening of all time.?The Nut Job? Uncovers Its $100M Worldwide Gross
Every once in a while a little film comes along and just continues slow and steady and before you know it, out of nowhere it amasses $100M at the box office. The Nut Job , the 3D animated film marketed and distributed by Open Road Films domestically (with The Weinstein Co . handling international sales) has done just that. First, The Nut Job became the biggest box office opener ever for an indie ...The Lost Cast?s Post-Lost Careers, Ranked
Theoretically, Lost was a career-making show . That's certainly been true for the people behind the scenes, starting with co-creator J.J. Abrams, who parlayed his infinite geek cred into control of both the Star Trek and Star Wars franchises. He's essentially double-fisting holy grails. Showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse each got big bucks to create new passion projects, and numerous ...
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Brendan Fraser was in consideration to play Superman
when Brett Ratner was still attached to the film.
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