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This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: June 2, 2009

Defiance DVDHere are some of the options available this Tuesday:

  • Air Force One: Blu-ray
  • Anaconda: Blu-ray
  • Bruce Almighty: Blu-ray
  • Defiance: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Eddie Murphy: Delirious (25th Anniversary Edition): DVD
  • Fletch: Blu-ray
  • Glory: Blu-ray
  • The Graduate: Blu-ray
  • He’s Just Not That Into You: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Inside Man: Blu-ray
  • Navy Seals: Blu-ray

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2009 MTV Movie Awards: The Winners


Here are the results of tonight’s broadcast hosted by SNL‘s Andy Samberg:

  • Best Movie: Twilight
  • Best Male Performance: Zac Efron, High School Musical 3: Senior Year
  • Best Female Performance: Kristen Stewart, Twilight
  • Best Breakthrough Performance (Male): Robert Pattinson, Twilight
  • Best Breakthrough Performance (Female): Ashley Tisdale, High School Musical 3: Senior Year
  • Best Villain: Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight
  • Best Fight: Robert Pattinson vs. Cam Gigandet , Twilight
  • Best Kiss: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson , Twilight
  • Best Comedic Performance: Jim Carrey, Yes Man
  • Best WTF Moment: Amy Poehler (peeing in the sink), Baby Mama
  • Best Song: “The Climb” (Miley Cyrus), Hannah Montana: The Movie
  • Generation Award: Ben Stiller

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Jim Carrey: From Grinch to Scrooge

Jim Carrey

In the past, has put his own one-of-a-kind spin to many memorable movie characters. No one could have been a more villainous (but lovable) Grinch, a sillier Riddler, a more zany Andy Kaufman (erm…except maybe Andy Kaufman). But has he got what it takes to tackle one of the most recognizable - and re-done - characters of all time?

“Everybody can relate to the idea of somebody who doesn’t feel loved, and therefore doesn‘t return love,” Jim Carrey said of Ebenezer Scrooge, the classic hero from Dickens’ . Disney is re-imagining the tale, with Robert Zemeckis at the helm of the project.

“I’m always excited about a new way to tell a story,” Carrey spoke enthusiastically about the project, which is scheduled to open in theaters November 6. This will not be the first time Carrey has taken on the role of a classic Christmas character, but it is a much weightier role than his usual comedy fare offers.

“I think that the moral of the tale is to love. To love the world, the best you can.”

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Jim Carrey’s Plans for Three Stooges Weight Gain

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Jim CarreyThe Three Stooges' Curly

Whether you’re trying to lose or gain weight, there’s no time like the present to get started.

Even though he hasn’t been officially attached to The Three Stooges project, Jim Carrey has already begun his personal preparations. According to his girlfriend, Jenny McCarthy, that means extra helpings of dessert.

To play the role of Curly Howard, the Yes Man star hopes to pack an extra 50 pounds to his frame. Jenny told Ellen Degeneres on the daytime talk show that audiences will eventually be “blown away” by his overall transformation. That includes his impersonation of the famous character.

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This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: April 7, 2009

Here are some of the options available this Tuesday:

Doubt DVD

  • 2010: The Year We Make Contact: Blu-ray
  • Above the Law: Blu-ray
  • American History X: Blu-ray
  • Bedtime Stories: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Collateral Damage: Blu-ray
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Donkey Punch: DVD
  • Doubt: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Final Destination: Blu-ray
  • Fly Away Home: Blu-ray
  • I.O.U.S.A.: DVD
  • John Q: Blu-ray
  • Not Easily Broken: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Point of No Return: Blu-ray

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Three Stooges May Unite Penn, Carrey and Del Toro

Sean PennSean Penn has just lined up his next project, and it has nothing to do with Lindsay Lohan. The 48-year-old actor has just attached himself to a picture from the Farrelly brothers (There’s Something About Mary).

Sean, who recently won his second Oscar for his portrayal of Harvey Milk, will now take on the role of Larry (Fine) in MGM’s The Three Stooges. , who is still in negotations for the part of Curly (Howard), will reportedly gain up to 40 pounds for the movie. Meanwhile, Benicio Del Toro is being courted to play Moe (Howard).

Unlike Milk, this film will not be considered a biopic. “It takes place in present day, and they look, dress and sound exactly like the Stooges,” Peter Farrelly clarified.

Although it was originally November 2009 release, production is not expected to begin until later this fall.

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In Theaters This Weekend: February 13, 2009

The International

Here are some possible suggestions for your upcoming weekend:

  • Confessions of a Shopaholic (PG): starring Isla Fisher, Hugh Dancy, Krysten Ritter (directed by P.J. Hogan)
  • Friday the 13th (R): starring Derek Mears, Jared Padalecki, Amanda Righetti (directed by Marcus Nispel)
  • The International (R): starring Clive Owen, Naomi Watts, Armin Mueller-Stahl (directed by Tom Tykwer)
  • Gomorrah* (NR): starring Toni Servillo, Gianfelice Imparato, Salvatore Abruzzese (directed by Matteo Garrone)
  • Two Lovers* (R): starring Joaquin Phoenix, Gwyneth Paltrow, Vinessa Shaw,  (directed by James Gray)
  • Under the Sea 3D* (G): narrated by Jim Carrey (directed by Howard Hall)

*limited release

Box Office Breakdown: Gran Torino Expands to a Win

Gran Torino

He may have lost out to Bruce Springsteen last night, but Clint Eastwood was still a big winner this weekend. After 4 weeks in limited theaters, the 78-year-old’s film became the top movie in wide release.

Eastwood’s directorial project not only pulled in $29.4 million over the last three days ($40.5 million to date), it outranked the vehicles from Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Will Smith. also earned the best per screen average of any charter in the Top Ten.

Despite opening on approximately 600 more screens than the first place finisher, #2’s grossed nearly $4000 less per theater. The Kate Hudson-Anne Hathaway comedy also averaged less than #3’s The Unborn.

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Getting Into Character: Jim Carrey as Scrooge

Jim Carrey as Scrooge

It was only a matter of time before someone redid the classic tale of Scrooge…and who better to take on another persona than ?

Later this fall, Disney’s version of A Christmas Carol will come to you in 3-D. The film written and directed by (Beowulf) was shot entirely with performance capture technology.

Carrey, who plays the central character of Ebenezer Scrooge, also stars as the Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present and the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come. Meanwhile, (The Dark Knight) will pull triple-duty as Bob Cratchit, Jacob Marley and Tiny Tim.

A Christmas Carol opens November 6, 2009.

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Box Office Breakdown: Marley & Me Ends 2008 on Top

Marley & Me

Aside from a few changes at the bottom of this week’s Top Ten, every single movie remained planted in their positions from last Monday. Since Friday’s new entries (Good, Defiance) were only offered in limited release, there really wasn’t much of a battle.

Over the last three days, tacked on another $24 million and officially crossed the $100 million mark. The Fox adaptation became the 25th film from 2008 to accomplish that. Meanwhile, the only new charter was #10’s . Although it was only shown in 612 theaters (that’s down two from last week), the Fox Searchlight feature helped push The Spirit down to #13. The probable Oscar contender also earned a better per screen average than all the films ahead of it.

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