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DENVER - Actor Woody Harrelson's father, Charles Harrelson, died of a heart attack in the Supermax federal prison where he was serving two life sentences for the murder of a federal judge, officials said Wednesday.
NEW YORK - Actor Woody Harrelson, who plays a father of 10 in the new movie "The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio," says he's going to be a real-life dad for a third time.
The crazy eyes and idiosyncratic drawl of Woody Harrelson are enough to carry the dirty cop study "Rampart," but even such powers as those can't make engaging this weary L.A. noir.
In this image released by Millennium Entertainment, Woody Harrelson is shown in a scene from "Rampart."
Jesse Eisenberg, left, and Woody Harrelson star in "Zombieland."
This film image released by CBS Films shows Woody Harrelson in a scene from "Seven Psychopaths." (AP Photo/CBS Films, Chuck Zlotnick)
This film image released by CBS Films shows Woody Harrelson, left, and Christopher Walken in a scene from "Seven Psychopaths." (AP Photo/CBS Films, Chuck Zlotnick)
LOS ANGELES — The undead were alive and well at movie theaters as Woody Harrelson's horror comedy "Zombieland" opened on top with $25 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
In his directorial debut, "The Messenger," Oren Moverman takes the viewer on an emotional journey. The story follows decorated war-veteran Staff Sargeant Will Montgomery, played by Ben Foster, as he attempts to wind down his last three months in the Army. After being wounded in Iraq and returning stateside, he finds himself alone, with only an ex-girlfriend to welcome him back.
In today's competitive movie-star job market, you can't fault Julianne Moore for protecting her beat.
LONDON - Owen Wilson got an eyeful at the British premiere of his new movie, "You, Me and Dupree." Wilson was being interviewed at Leicester Square on Tuesday when a woman outside a pub shouted his name. As he looked up, she raised her shirt and flashed him.
The rules for a weeper, a movie tear-jerker, could not be simpler. Touch us. Make us fumble around in the dark for a Kleenex. But earn those tears.
Review: Despite the abundance of gore and cannibalistic undead, "Zombieland" isn't really a horror movie. While there are a few scares and tense moments, on the whole the film is played more for laughs than for chills.
Robert Altman’s “A Prairie Home Companion” strikes me as an exceedingly selfconscious attempt to do a Robert Altman movie (“MASH,” “Short Cuts”). The big-ticket cast is there, the improvised jumble of subplots and chatter, the touches of whimsy — but it all feels rigidly formal, a coloring-book exercise without genuine definition.
Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” is heard each week by 4 million listeners on more than 600 public radio stations — not to mention abroad on America One and the Armed Forces Networks.
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In his second movie, the Irish playwright Martin McDonagh has mangled together a comic, self-aware revenge flick that's half Guy Ritchie, half Charlie Kaufman.
Roland Emmerich, the director who brought us Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, announced that 2012 would be his final disaster movie.
Four years ago, Martin McDonagh made one of the most impressive feature film directorial debuts with one of my favorite movies, “In Bruges.” Starting off on such a high note, McDonagh easily could have succumbed to the sophomore slump in his follow-up film. I’m gleeful to proclaim, however, that “Seven Psychopaths” is anything but a letdown. For the second time in a row, McDonagh has put together an incredibly violent and hilarious dark comedy without a single lackluster moment. If McDonagh’s future projects are anywhere near as strong as these two features and his Oscar-winning short film, “Six Shooter,” it’s safe to say he’ll go down as one of the most engaging filmmakers of our time.
Four years ago, Martin McDonagh made one of the most impressive feature films directorial debuts with one of my favorite movies, “In Bruges.” Starting off on such a high note, McDonagh easily could have succumbed to the sophomore slump in his follow-up film. I’m gleeful to proclaim however, that “Seven Psychopaths” is anything but a letdown.
Remember the movie “Kingpin” where Woody Harrelson, the bowling prodigy, is heading to Reno for the biggest event of his life, the million-dollar take-all bowling tournament. This year the location is ‘Tukee and it may not be a million-dollar take-all tournament, but it is a very special event that is looking to raise up to $60,000 for families in our community — The YMCA Frames for Families Bowling event.
Having plumbed the lighter side of narcotics in “Dazed and Confused” (1993), filmmaker Richard Linklater descends into a bleak netherworld of addiction and squalor in “A Scanner Darkly.”
At the risk of raising ire from fans and lovers of Hostess snacks, I have to confess: I have never been a fan of Twinkies, Ho Hos, Ding Dongs, Zingers or Suzie Q’s. And I would say, outside of eating a package of powdered-sugar doughnuts on rare occasion, I haven’t touched a Twinkie or Hostess cake in more than 30 years. They were just too sweet for me, and I never liked the taste of them.