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Bridesmaids (movie)

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  • Movie quotes quiz: From 'Ben-Hur' to 'Bridesmaids,' who said it?

    Movie quotes quiz: From 'Ben-Hur' to 'Bridesmaids,' who said it?
    Test your movie knowledge with a random collection of well-known and lesser-known quotes from popular films. See if you can recall Bacall and get in the Stallone zone. .articlerail, #pmad-rail {display:none;} var EEAS = EEAS || []; EEAS.push(function(){...
  • 'Dallas Buyers Club' first in the mail for SAG Awards voters

    'Dallas Buyers Club' first in the mail for SAG Awards voters
    With Focus Features restructuring and shifting its identity toward the mainstream, "Dallas Buyers Club" represents the last Oscar hurrah for the division's James Schamus-led era that gave us great movies such as "The Pianist," "Brokeback Mountain,"...
  • 'Tammy' trailer: Melissa McCarthy runs rampant

    Melissa McCarthy is on the loose and up to no good in the new trailer for "Tammy," her upcoming comedy about a woman who experiences a particularly awful day and then hits the road with her hard-drinking grandmother, played by Susan Sarandon. The...
  • Relativity at 10: Division Heads on Firm's Future

    Though known primarily as a film studio, Relativity has many flourishing departments, including television, fashion, sports management and digital media. The company recently announced the launch of Madvine, its inhouse agency. We spoke to the heads of...
  • Rebel Wilson to report for duty in 'Private Benjamin' remake

    Rebel Wilson to report for duty in 'Private Benjamin' remake
    Ten-hut! Rebel Wilson is headed to boot camp. The "Pitch Perfect" comedian is set to star in a remake of the 1980 comedy "Private Benjamin" for New Line, according to a Tracking Board report. The original movie starred Goldie Hawn as a spoiled...
  • 'Neighbors': Rose Byrne's comedic talents in bloom

    Comic veteran Seth Rogen and tabloid mainstay Zac Efron received top billing and prime poster placement for "Neighbors," the parents-versus-party-animals comedy that won the weekend box office with a surprisingly strong $51-million debut. But amid all the...
  • Review: 'The Other Woman' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'The Other Woman' ★&#9733 1/2
    Hollywood years are like dog years, which means 17 years is a long time. Seventeen years ago Cameron Diaz played the chipper second banana, the other woman, in the Julia Roberts vehicle "My Best Friend's Wedding." While that movie really belonged to...
  • Melissa McCarthy: Critic Rex Reed was 'swimming in so much hate'

    Melissa McCarthy: Critic Rex Reed was 'swimming in so much hate'
    Melissa McCarthy has finally responded to a scathing review of her acting and body image from New York Observer film critic Rex Reed. The film critic trashed the "Identity Thief" star in April in his review of the zany comedy that costars Jason...
  • 'The Heat' gleefully plays with the buddy cop genre

    'The Heat' gleefully plays with the buddy cop genre
    "The Heat" has all the elements you'd expect from a buddy cop movie — the oil-and-water partnership, the car chases, the wisecracks — and a few you wouldn't — for instance, a scene involving Spanx. Faithfully conforming to the macho...
  • Review: 'The Heat' lights up with new buddy-cop twist

    Review: 'The Heat' lights up with new buddy-cop twist
    "The Heat," starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, is the latest entry in a long-running and much-loved movie joke: the buddy-cop comedy. In this case, a bosom-buddy cop comedy. The movie follows a well-beaten path. They're cops, they're enemies,...
  • Cupcakes and kindness at the center of 'Wee-Pie'

    Cupcakes and kindness at the center of 'Wee-Pie'
    Baking as an act of redemption and reinvention has cropped up rather frequently in the American cultural landscape recently — think Keri Russell as an abused wife who finds her purpose in pies in "Waitress" or Kristen Wiig's thwarted bakery owner in...