Game Time: Inane Celebrity Tweet or Comedy Movie Quote? — You Decide

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(Columbia | 20th Century Fox | Lionsgate)Let's face it — celebrities and Twitter sometimes don't mix. Since Twitter's inception, Hollywood's top stars have managed to spark controversies, start Twitter wars, and conjure up major LOL moments from their 140 character creative life lessons, TMI reveals, celebrity disses, and "thoughtful" observations about life in Hollywood's star-studded world. But the pure comedic genius of a handful of these tweets got us thinking — what's their connection...Read Full Story

Game Time: Inane Celebrity Tweet or Comedy Movie Quote? — ANSWERS

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(Columbia | 20th Century Fox | Lionsgate)1.a) "I straight hustle! I am a hustler." Movie Quote (Spring Breakers) b) "I think she’s cute. And, no, she’s not too old for me. Above 40 is a little too old for me." Tweet (Justin Bieber on Kim Kardashian) 2. a) "I don't give a f--k about Kesha!" Movie quote (A Haunted House) b) "Emma stone I love you. I didn’t know you weren’t really a redhead': Tweet (Justin Bieber) 3. a) “No, no. I didn’t go to England; I went to London." Tweet (Paris Hilton) b...Read Full Story

Weekend Box Office: 'Monsters University' and 'World War Z' Both Win

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(Photos from Pixar | Paramount)Appealing to two very different demographics, World War Z and Monsters University both came out looking like winners in this weekend's box office. Pixar enjoyed its second-biggest opening ever with its Monsters sequel bringing in $82 million (Toy Story 3 remains tops with its $110 million opening). Meanwhile World War Z far outpaced analysts expectations (the optimists were saying $60 million on Friday) to breath life into a movie many thought was dead when its...Read Full Story

'World War Z' Pulled in $3.6 Million in Thursday Night Screenings

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(Getty Images)With a production budget that reportedly ballooned well beyond $200 million, Paramount is likely keeping a close eye on Brad Pitt's big screen zombie epic, World War Z, this weekend. Well good news for the studio has come in the form of Thursday night's box office estimates, which place Z's late-night opening box office in the neighborhood of $3.6 million. It's a small but meaningful chunk of the budget that indicates the film is on track for a ballpark $50 million weekend.World...Read Full Story

From Aliens to Zombies: Ranking This Summer's Movie Monsters from Most to Least Threatening

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From left: Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan play mother-daughter vampires in Byzantium; Brad Pitt fights zombies in World War Z; Sulley scares up laughs in Monsters University. (From IFC Films | Paramount | Pixar)Summer is officially here, bringing with it a perennial crop of big-budget blockbusters packed with all manner of special effects wizardry and, more importantly, memorable movie monsters. This year the monster lovers out there have more than usual to look forward to. From hard R to...Read Full Story