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Ride Along spent three weeks at the top of the box office and, over five weekends, has grossed nearly $ 100 million beyond its $ 25 million production budget. Ride Along lunch boxes are all you see around the cafeteria. The top-selling vehicle of the last month has been “whatever Cube and Hart drive just give me that now why are we still talking?” The most in-demand lower back tattoo is now “Fast-talking security guard Ben joins his cop soon-to-be brother-in-law James on a 24-hour patrol of Atlanta in order to prove himself worthy of marrying Angela, James’ sister.” In other words, it is not very surprising that Universal Pictures is already planning a Ride Along sequel.
As the old saying goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t even try to improve upon largely negative reviews, so all the principal players from the original are being brought back. According to Deadline, Tim Story is attached to come back to direct a script from previous writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi, and Ice Cube and Kevin Hart are closing deals for their necessary return as well. Not everything will be quiet the same, though: it’s said there will be more action in the follow-up, and that it will be “more multi-cultural” in an effort to draw in broader demographics. Pandering, sure, but as Conan O’Brien has proven, it could definitely work as an improvement over the original Ride Along:
Question by USPatriot: Do you agree with the President of the United States going to the Christmas show with Psy in it?
This is what Psy said:
“Kill those fu***ng Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives
Kill those fu***ng Yankees who ordered them to torture
Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law, and fathers
Kill them all slowly and painfully”
I am a proud support of our troops and I appreciate everything US veterans have done for this country and for the world. Psy is from South Korea, he has no room to talk badly about our troops. The president shouldn’t have attended the show and/or the producers should have cut him. He said this in 2004, but I don’t care when he said it because I see it as unforgivable. Psy should leave America if he wants Americans dead and support the enemies.
Answer by ?
I would not go if I where Obama, he may have apologized but the only reason he did is because now that so much money is coming into him he couldn’t stop receiving it now so he issued a piss poor apology in order to seem like he changed and so us(his main source of money) will keep shelling money out to him
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Akiva Goldsman’s years of writing unremarkable, lazy, cloying Akiva Goldsman scripts has earned the screenwriter more than just tons of money and an inexplicable Oscar to answer to his multiple Razzie nominations. It’s also earned him some powerful connections. And according to Vulture, he’s now cashing those in, having “called in every favor he had” to reportedly secure Will Smith and Russell Crowe for his directorial debut, an adaptation of the 1983 novel Winter’s Tale.
Crowe owes Goldsman big time for peppering the script for A Beautiful Mind with such (AWARD-)winning lines as, “Perhaps it is good to have a beautiful mind, but an even greater gift is to discover a beautiful heart,” while Smith is indebted to the writer for crafting two of our most unmemorable “Will Smith, in the first person, fights a bunch of the same thing” movies, I, Robot and I Am Legend. But neither of the A-listers will pay off their debt by taking the lead in Goldsman’s film–perhaps because the film involves a flying horse in a fantasy Manhattan, but who knows. Instead each will take supporting role in the film.
The film is said to center on “a petty thief who falls in love with the dying girl who inhabits the house he’s just burgled and the gangster boss bent on killing him,” and Crowe will be playing the supporting role of Pearly Soames, said gangster boss; Smith will play a judge. The part of the girl and the all-important lead role of the thief have yet to be cast, but considering both Val Kilmer and George Clooney are forever servile to Goldsman for lending his delicate touch to their respective Batman scripts, shouldn’t be too hard to lock it down.
Adding to his already busy schedule of working around the clock, Harrison Ford has agreed to join Gavin Hood’s adaptation of Ender’s Game–thus elevating that film to the dubious level of “a Harrison Ford movie,” not just “the next one from the guy who crapped out Wolverine.” Ford will play Colonel Hyram Graff, the man in charge of training the young male recruits at the military academy, where he does not set about systematically raping them in the showers. I could tell you were worried about that, so I just thought I’d lay it out there.
While Hugo star Asa Butterfield has already secured the title role, joining him in the cast are Oscar-nominated 15-year-olds Abigail Breslin and Hailee Steinfeld, who will play Ender’s older sister Valentine and his trusted friend Petra, respectively. Meanwhile, Aramis Knight has been cast as diminutive recruit Bean, Beethoven’s Big Break‘s Moises Arias will play someone named Bonzo, Jimmy “Jax” Pinchak will play Ender’s older brother Peter, Suraj Parthasarathy will play Alai, Conor Carroll will play Bernard, and Khylin Rhambo will play the Rat Army’s smartest member, Dink. If you’re familiar with the Ender’s Game book, I’ll just assume some of that made sense to you. If not… I don’t know. Some kids will be playing some kids.
Question by mia: Do you agree with Blake Lively being the most desirable woman of 2011, according to askmen?
If not, then who is?
Answer by Bones
If not? I just said yes douchbag….ZzzzZZzzz
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