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The Town Robs The Box Office This Weekend

The Town Robs The Box Office This Weekend Older moviegoers rallied to fall's first star-driven movie drama, as Warner Bros.' Ben Affleck -helmed heist thriller " The Town " copped $23.8 million in U.S. and Canadian coin for a surprise No. 1 bow. "Town" stars Affleck, Jon Hamm of TV's "Mad Men" fame and Jeremy Renner, a hot casting commodity since last year's "The Hurt Locker." The trio stumped tirelessly to promote the Boston-set pic, which was produced for under $35 million and was 50% co-financed by Legendary Pictures. Affleck marked a new helming high by topping his $5.5 million debut with 2007's " Gone Baby Gone ." But the bow by "Town" -- the first pic Affleck both directed and toplined -- was never going to approach his personal best as an actor, a $59.1 million opening with 2001's "Pearl Harbor." The chart-topping performance by "Town" -- which also marked a record Sept

Easy A Trailer Featuring Emma Stone And Cam Gigandet

Easy A Trailer Featuring Emma Stone And Cam Gigandet Easy A is an American comedy film written by Bert V. Royal and directed by Will Gluck. Partially inspired by the novel The Scarlet Letter, the film was shot at Screen Gems studios and in Ojai, California. A high school girl is ostracized by an unfounded rumour that she's sexually promiscuous. She eventually uses the rumour mill to her advantage, pitting puritanical students and teachers against their more liberal counterparts. | Please Leave A Comment-

Alyssa Milano And Christina Applegate Get A "Hall Pass"

Alyssa Milano And Christina Applegate Get A "Hall Pass" I have been a huge Alyssa Milano fan since I first laid eyes on her in the show Who's The Boss, to buying up all her music CD's while I lived in Japan. So anything that stars her I will be letting the world know about. Christina Applegate is the latest to join the Farrelly brothers comedy "Hall Pass," in production at New Line. Alyssa Milano, Larry Campbell and Vanessa Angel also have jumped aboard. The new cast members join Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Jenna Fischer, Amanda Bynes, Stephen Merchant, J.B. Smoove, Nicky Whelan and Derek Waters in the comedy, which began shooting Tuesday in Atlanta. The film centers on what happens when two husbands are given permission to go outside their marriages for guilt-free romantic liaisons for one week. Bobby and Peter Farrelly wrote the script with Pete Jones and Kevin Barnett and are producing with their Conundrum Entertainment partner Bradley Thomas. Please Le