Brigitte Lahaie

  • 5 Movie Sequels That Changed the Movie Industry Forever

    Sequels can make or break prospective film franchises, but these five films proved that a film's initial follow-up can have a profound effect on cinema.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Force Friday Brings 'Star Wars' Fans Together Not In Theatres But In Toy Stores

    Video Tonight at midnight, countless Star Wars fans will be camped outside waiting for the midnight bell. They will be in lines, huddled together, and presumably swapping stories, anecdotes, and favorite personal recollections related to the Star Wars saga. But they will not be waiting in line for…

    Forbes
  • Thor Director Kenneth Branagh Rumoured For Artemis Fowl

    Artemis Fowl may finally be heading to the big screen, as Kenneth Branagh signs up to direct the long-awaited movie adaptation. According to The Tracking Board, an ‘Artemis Fowl’ movie is finally going ahead… and with Kenneth Branagh at the helm, it sounds like an interesting prospect. ‘Artemis…

    Ryan Leston
  • A trash-fueled DeLorean—just like in “Back to the Future”—will soon cruise through Tokyo

    In the Back to the Future film series that kicked off in 1985, a time-traveling DeLorean used garbage as fuel. That idea stuck with Michihiko Iwamoto, who saw the movie as a young man and now, at 51, is CEO of Jeplan, a Tokyo firm focused on recycling-related technologies. Now Jeplan has teamed up…

    Quartz Non-Hosted
  • Dean Jones: "The Love Bug" star, Disney leading man

    US actor Dean Jones, star of "The Love Bug" and other offbeat Disney hits, died in Los Angeles on Tuesday, according to his publicist. Jones was best known for playing the role of driver Jim Douglas in 1968's "The Love Bug," cast alongside a white Volkswagen Beetle with a mind of its own. The film…

    AFP Relax News
  • Justin Bieber Explains Crying, Sings Country and Performs "What Do You Mean" on 'Tonight Show'

    "Last time I was at an awards show, I was booed," the pop star told Jimmy Fallon about why he was so appreciative of the VMAs crowd.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Gerard Butler Stars As Job Recruiter With A Family Crisis In ‘The Headhunter’s Calling’

    Gerard Butler is trading his action-hero stripes for a dramatic turn in  The Headhunter’s Calling, from first-time director Mark Williams. The Olympus Has Fallen and 300 series star will play Dane Jensen, a corporate headhunter who works at Blackrock Recruiting arranging jobs for engineers. He…

    Deadline
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Launch Dry Shampoo

    The Olsens' hair is a little more attainable thanks to a new addition to their Elizabeth and James Nirvana line.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Tom Hardy Is Now The Joint Favourite To Be The Next James Bond

    Tom Hardy is now one of the top favourites to take over from Daniel Craig once he relinquishes his role as James Bond. The ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ star is now sitting at 4/1 with bookmakers William Hill, putting him level with Idris Elba. - 26 actors who could be the next Bond - Is Daniel Craig almost…

    Ben Arnold
  • Federal Sony data breach lawsuit settled, lawyer says

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former Sony Pictures Entertainment employees whose personal information was posted online last year after a massive data breach have reached a settlement in a proposed class action lawsuit, their attorneys said Wednesday.

    Associated Press
  • Paul Haggis On Sweating Awards Season: “It’s So Childish”

    We all hate being judged — or, at least I do — but most of us don’t have that as a months-long requirement. If you’re a filmmaker though, that’s half your year. Double Oscar winner Paul Haggis ( Crash) has some experience with that, and in an exclusive clip from this week’s episode of…

    Deadline
  • FCC Votes To Review Rules That It Says Help Broadcasters In Retrans Disputes

    The FCC took another step today toward helping cable and satellite companies negotiate retransmission deals with broadcasters — something that Chairman Tom Wheeler proposed last month. Regulators voted to review their so-called "totality of the circumstances test" to determine whether station…

    Deadline
  • Restoration Watch: Alger Theater Seeks Public Support for Restoration

    Photo via Friends of the Alger Theater A group working to restore the Alger Theater into a movie house with a public mission is looking for crowd-sourcing help via Patronicity. The Friends of the Alger Theater campaign, aimed at restoring...

    Curbed Detroit
  • Stephen Colbert and J.J. Abrams will have 'an evening of fun' together this November

    Stephen Colbert is going to interview J.J. Abrams in Newark as part of a fundraiser for the Montclair Film Festival — and if you want in on the action, you'll have to move fast. Colbert and Abrams' conversation — which is being branded a "celebrity nerd-off" — is supposed to be "a wide-ranging,…

    The Verge
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    Sooraj and Athiya on DID (7 photos)

    The stars of our industry leave no stone unturned when it comes to promotions of their movie. We see them running in and out cities and countries around the world just to reach their target audience. We caught the debutant stars of the movie ‘Hero’ on Dance India Dance.

    Yahoo India Movies
  • Rare VOD Glimpse: Radius Says ‘Before We Go’ Grosses $1.5M+ Ahead Of Theatrical Bow

    EXCLUSIVE: Chris Evans’ directorial debut, Before We Go from Radius-TWC , is coming off its ultra-VOD window with a notable $1.53M prior to its 15-city domestic opening on Friday. Since its July 21 availability on cable and digital platforms,  Before We Go is the first pre-theatrical film this…

    Deadline
  • Superights Shops ‘Story Time!,’ ‘Will’ and ‘Fox’ at Biarritz

    Preschool TV series “Story Time!,” and comedies “Will” and “The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales” form the trio of highlights that Superights Family Entertainment will present at next week’s Biarritz Rendez-Vous. “Story Time!” is structured as 13 episodes that run 13 minutes. Episodes are based…

    Variety