Seems that whenever Hollywood has a crime to solve, it calls on a pair of mismatched officers for its hijinks. Take for instance Lethal Weapon, Starsky and Hutch, Rush Hour — and joining their ranks this Friday, director Kevin Smith's Cop Out, which features Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan as partners. It's an unlikely pairing, but they're obviously not the first to try this formula. Can they stack up against their predecessors? Check out my list of favorites!
Yesterday, Patrick Swayze tragically passed away at the age of 57. To celebrate his life and acting career, I've compiled my favorite movies and TV appearances by Swayze. From his iconic role in Dirty Dancing to smaller roles that made me smile, enjoy the bright moments of a truly memorable career.
- Point Break is getting a sequel, writes Zap2It, though it's unclear whether Keanu or Swayze will reprise their roles. Also, OMG look at Swayze's hair.
- According to the AP, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is thinking of doing an Apprentice-like reality TV show for "young would-be lawmakers."
- The "politically charged" Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young documentary will get a theatrical release in July, Billboard reports.
- According to Pitchfork, Arcade Fire is scoring The Box, the next movie from Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly, which stars Cameron Diaz and James Marsden.
- TV Guide has the scoop on the new 90210's daddy casting issues.
- According to ComingSoon, Steve Martin will team up with Diane Keaton for yet another project, this time a comedy written by Martin himself.
- Hollywood Reporter has the news that Michael Rappaport will be joining Prison Break.
- ComingSoon reports that the Transformers sequel will probably be in 3-D.
- According to Zap2It, Michael Moore is planning a sequel to his documentary Fahrenheit 9/11.