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‘The Wedding Ringer’ Trailer: Kevin Hart Can Make or Break Josh Gad’s Wedding It’s a little awkward for Sony right now with respect to Kevin Hart, but the comic’s new film, with co-star Josh Gad, is still opening in January, and we’ve got the latest trailer to prove it. And what is it with Hart being hired as the guy to make awkward guys’ lives easier? In Get Hard he helps Will Ferrell get ready for prison, and here he helps Josh Gad prepare for his wedding by allowing the guy to act like he has real friends.

‘The Wedding Ringer’ Trailer: Kevin Hart Can Make or Break Josh Gad’s Wedding It’s a little awkward for Sony right now with respect to Kevin Hart, but the comic’s new film, with co-star Josh Gad, is still opening in January, and we’ve got the latest trailer to prove it. And what is it with Hart being hired as the guy to make awkward guys’ lives easier? In Get Hard he helps Will Ferrell get ready for prison, and here he helps Josh Gad prepare for his wedding by allowing the guy to act like he has real friends.

Kate Beckinsale Could Return to 'Underworld'

2:48 PM 10/13/2014 by Jeff Giles
Underworld
Given that Kate Beckinsale has already starred in four Underworld movies -- and that the series seemed to be moving on without her for next year's Beckinsale-free Underworld: Next Generation, starring Theo James -- it seemed somewhat safe to assume that she'd wedged herself into that black bodysuit for the final time.

Kevin Hart and Josh Gad team for laughs in new 'Wedding Ringer' trailer Kevin Hart and Josh Gad star in the latest trailer for "the Wedding Ringer," which features a lot of footage not seen in the initial preview.http://www.hitfix.com

Review: 'No Good Deed' Starring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson At some point earlier this week Screen Gems, the low-budget genre arm of Sony Pictures, sent out an email saying that press screenings for their upcoming home invasion thriller "No Good Deed" had been shuttered because the twist ending was so seismic that they didn't want members of the press seeing it early and then spilling the beans.

Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: September 14th, 2014 The box office saw some life this weekend while Marvel’s Guardians hit a new milestone. In at number 1 is No Good Deed (read our review) with $24. 5 million. Clearly, audiences were looking for something new and this Idris Elba thriller fit the bill nicely. The film opened strong on Friday and was able to hold on throughout the weekend. Dolphin Tale 2 is the number 2 film this weekend with $16.5 million. The sequel’s numbers were slightly off of its predecessor’s, which opened with $19 million in September 2011.

Review: 'No Good Deed' Starring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson At some point earlier this week Screen Gems, the low-budget genre arm of Sony Pictures, sent out an email saying that press screenings for their upcoming home invasion thriller "No Good Deed" had been shuttered because the twist ending was so seismic that they didn't want members of the press seeing it early and then spilling the beans.

Bill Hader-Kristen Wiig Drama ‘The Skeleton Twins’ Starts Fast at Specialty Box Office Sundance Film Festival award-winner “The Skeleton Twins” got off to a fast start at the specialty box office this weekend. The drama starring Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig as long-estranged and troubled twins reuniting and putting each others’ lives back on track took in $410,756 from 15 theaters for a strong $27,383 per-theater average for Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate.

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Review: No Good Deed

JoBlo - Sat, 2014-09-13 10:16

Review: No Good Deed PLOT: When her husband is out of town, a mother and her two children are faced with a possibly deadly escaped convict. Once she begins to realize how dangerous he is, she must find a way to protect her children… And hit the stranger on the head as often as possible. REVIEW: What the hell happened with NO GOOD DEED? How could a major theatrical release starring the incredibly talented Idris Elba and... Read More...

After the surprise success of the original Dolphin Tale in 2011, director Charles Martin Smith has returned with a new installment that catches up with disabled dolphin Winter as she deals with the death of her companion while her 15-year-old champion Sawyer (Nathan Gamble) wrestles with whether to leave her and his family behind to pursue an opportunity.

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