Scott Moore (II)
President, Broadcast, Rogers Media
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Nearly bereft of laughs, this final "Hangover" should nonetheless generate lucrative business
One of the movies' least convincing three-faces-of-Eve routines occupies centerstage in "6 Souls," a schlock supernatural shocker that has finally escaped into a handful of U.S. theaters five years…
If you can't imagine anything funnier than the sight of a drunk Asian-American streaking in a pink bra with a teddy bear glued to his junk, that's OK, neither can "21 and Over" writer-directors Jon…
Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, credited with scripting "The Hangover," apply roughly the same formula to a younger cast in their dumb-fun directorial debut.
Variety's Steven Gaydos called Variety's Indie Impact brunch on Sunday "the world's most elaborate hangover cure." Most of all, it was a chance to bask in the sun in the secluded garden of the Parker…
After giving audiences one wild ride after another with their scripts for "The Hangover," "The Change-Up" and "Four Christmases," Jon Lucas and Scott Moore decided it was time to take greater control…
Variety has announced its 10 Directors to Watch list, representing up-and-coming helmers whose early work suggests promising careers ahead.
Ron Howard, Michael Moore and other Hollywood filmmakers remember the "Top Gun" helmer, who died Sunday at the age of 68.
DreamWorks has tapped hot comedy scribe Tim Dowling to write its untitled office comedy, which "Blades of Glory" helmers Will Speck and Josh Gordon are attached to direct.
If "Freaky Friday" had an impudent, foul-mouthed little brother, it would be "The Change-Up," an often needlessly crass, bromance-oriented spin on the body-swap comedy.
"The House Bunny" thesp Sarah Wright is set to play the female lead in the Relativity Media and Mandeville Films comedy "21 and Over."