Jeff Bridges is understated but disapproving about the disappointing performance of "R.I.P.D.," one of the summer's biggest flops, in the October issue of GQ magazine. "I had such a great time…
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The summer's lengthy list of box office misfires welcomed a new film to its ranks this weekend -- Universal's "R.I.P.D.," which cost $130 million to produce and opened with a dismal $12.8 million…
Note to Universal: When it comes to ghosts, it would appear audiences prefer the fact-based kind vs. silly spirits being chased by Ryan Reynolds and the Dude. Universal’s $130 million disaster…
Universal’s sci-fi thriller “R.I.P.D.” appears to be dead on arrival. The $130 million-plus movie, starring Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges, may only draw $11 million this weekend at the box office…
UPDATE: “The Conjuring” will easily secure the No. 1 spot at the box office with an estimated $32 million, according to Friday returns. Warner Bros. and New Line’s horror pic, made for $20 million…
This generally uninspired mashup of "Ghostbusters" and "Men in Black" benefits from a hilariously free-associative performance by Jeff Bridges.
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Conjuring Distributor: Warner Bros. The mere sound of two hands…
Overcrowding has been this summer's cross to bear -- and with four wide releases, added to strong holdovers, the unrelenting pace at the domestic box office is expected to continue this weekend.
Fox bows its second DreamWorks Animation title, “Turbo,” on Wednesday, and tracking suggests a sluggish five-day opening in the mid-$30 millions. But “Turbo” won’t even be the weekend’s biggest…