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Matthew Broderick

Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP)
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • 'Tower Heist' review: "Ocean's Eleven" for Dummies

    'Tower Heist' review: "Ocean's Eleven" for Dummies
    ** (out of four) I support liking brie on your burger, but snooty businessman Arthur Shaw’s (Alan Alda) extravagance catches up to him when the FBI snags him for securities fraud. Since the stolen money includes the pensions of all the staff in...
  • 'Tower Heist' actually has its eyes on your wallet

    'Tower Heist' actually has its eyes on your wallet
    The thieves in "Tower Heist" may have a skyscraper-dwelling rich guy as their target, but the movie itself is reaching into your wallet. It's such a crassly commercial action-comedy that you won't be surprised to learn that its towering aspirations only...
  • Reel Critics: It's like, you know …

    Anyone who's ever been in love will smile at the young lovers in "Like Crazy," even while they find them annoying. Anna (Felicity Jones) is an aspiring writer and Jacob (Anton Yelchin) a shy furniture designer, both attending a Los Angeles university....
  • Standup Mario Cantone won't miss his bus to the Hard Rock

    Standup Mario Cantone won't miss his bus to the Hard Rock
    Mario Cantone brings his comedy act – a twisted romp through pop culture and song parody – to Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood Thursday, Oct. 11 night at 8. The star of the Tony-nominated one-man show...
  • George Wendt is hospitalized, out of 'Odd Couple'

    George Wendt is hospitalized, out of 'Odd Couple'
    George Wendt is leaving the cast of "The Odd Couple" for medical reasons. The longtime Chicago improviser, best known for playing the role of Norm on television's "Cheers," checked into the hospital Sunday evening with chest pains, the Northlight Theatre...
  • President Obama's NYC Trip A Reminder That Money Is The Engine Of Campaign

    President Obama's NYC Trip A Reminder That Money Is The Engine Of Campaign
    President Barack Obama was in New York City Thursday doing things he can only do here: acknowledge a milestone at the World Trade Center and pick up more and larger checks than he gets anywhere else. Because the former part of his trip was official,...
  • 'Brighton Beach Memoirs' playing at Town Players' Little Theatre in Newtown

    'Brighton Beach Memoirs' playing at Town Players' Little Theatre in Newtown
    Brighton Beach Memoires is a Neil Simon comedy that tells the story of Eugene Jerome's coming of age in Brooklyn in 1937. He has a sexual awakening and needs to find his identity, despite the fact that there's always a family member underfoot. It's...
  • Super Bowl ads: Why Volkswagen returned to 'Star Wars'

     
    "Star Wars" returns to the Super Bowl with a new spot for Volkswagen...
  • Week in review: 'The Help's' SAG win; movies at Super Bowl [video]

     
    Steve Zeitchik and Nicole Sperling discuss SAG awards and Superbowl ads...
  • Happy birthday, Harry Styles. Who are you?

     
    Harry Styles, One Direction heartthrob, is turning 18 today and has a 32-year-old ex-girlfriend. Oh, and he's going to be on "iCarly" too....
  • Super Bowl ads: 'The Dictator' evokes 'Borat'

     
    You have to admire Sacha Baron Cohen’s (and Paramount’s) gumption — it’s not many Super Bowl ads that start with images of dead dictators (Kadafi and Kim Jong Il) before going on to tease a wide-release movie ("The Dictator," due...