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2010 Summer Movies Are Bad, But Past Years Have Been Worse (Video)

July 28th, 2010 11:15am EDT
As usual, the lineup for summer movies this year was star-studded and full of sequels. However, most of them have been critically panned and - even worse - they are not racking up ticket sales. Still, there have been far worse summer selections.

In an interesting pattern, it seems every 9 years there is a "stinker" summer movie slate. In 2001, our summer selections looked like this: A Knight's Tale, Pearl Harbor, Scary Movie 2, Planet of the Apes, The Mummy Returns, Swordfish, Dr. Dolittle 2, Rush Hour 2, Tomb Raider, Jurassic Park III, and Captain Corelli's Mandolin. Yikes!

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Prague Nightclub Owner Makes Heath Ledger Drug Claims

January 30th, 2008 6:08pm EST
Heath Ledger
Heath Ledger feared cocaine would kill him, according to a nightclub owner who alleges he took the drug with the late star. John-Bruce Shoemaker has come forward with his claims just one week after Ledger was found dead in his New York apartment at the age of 28.

Shoemaker claims he supplied Ledger with cocaine at his Prague nightclub Marquis De Sade when the Australian star was in the Czech capital to shoot movies A Knight's Tale and The Brothers Grimm in 2000 and 2003.

He tells the National Enquirer, "I supplied him with cocaine and we did it together. There were lots of bea...

Why So Serious? Looking Ahead to Heath Ledger's Final Role

January 29th, 2008 12:33pm EST
Heath Ledger
Ask any comic book fan what their most anticipated movie is this year and I guarantee a vast majority of them will say The Dark Knight, the eagerly awaited sequel to Batman Begins. One of the reasons this film has fans excited is Heath Ledger's portrayal of the Joker.

From the marketing efforts thus far, we see that this Joker is far different from any film or television interpretations of the past - a much darker take surely than Jack Nicholson's role from 20 years ago. The marketing behind this movie has up until now focused mainly on the Joker, with alternate reality games encourag...

Heath Ledger: Career Full Of Artistic Risks Cut Short By Early Death; Autopsy Due

January 23rd, 2008 8:31am EST
Heath Ledger
NEW YORK (AP) - Heath Ledger turned down more teen movies after starring in the romantic comedy ''10 Things I Hate About You,'' waiting for the kinds of grueling, intense roles that would become his trademark.

The decision set him on a career path toward ''Brokeback Mountain'' - the film that earned him an Oscar nomination.

Two years later, Ledger was found dead Tuesday by his housekeeper and masseuse - lying naked and face-down at the foot of his bed, with prescription sleeping pills nearby, police said. He was 28.

Shocked fans set up a makeshift memorial of flowers and note...

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