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June 2005
Week of June 27th through July 1st

REBOUND with Martin Lawrence
Opens on July 1st

Old school meets middle school in this feel-good family comedy starring Martin Lawrence (“Big Momma’s House”) as the ultimate “fish out of water.” Lawrence plays a high-strung college basketball coach who must redeem himself following a public meltdown, by leading a junior high school team. Cast members also include Wendy Raquel Robinson, Breckin Meyer, Horatio Sanz, and Megan Mullally.

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Rebound: An Interview with the Wendy Raquel Robinson

Ms. Robinson speaks about her character and working with Martin Lawrence.

Black Snake Moan Preview

Director Craig Brewer gave an insight as to his next film, Black Snake Moan. The film will star Samuel L. Jackson, Christina Ricci and Justin Timberlake..

Steven Spielberg - Tom Cruise Press Conference Interview

In a recent press conference in New York City, Spielberg and Cruise talked about the film and working with each other again.

The Breed News

While attending the 2005 Urbanworld Film Festival to promote “Costellation”, actor Hill Harper spoke about filming "The Breed", while actress Taryn Manning (Hustle & Flow, Cold Mountain, Crossroads, White Oleander) spoke about her role while promoting “Hustle and Flow.

King Kong News

The trailer is now online.

Urbanworld Film Festival 2005 Winners

Winners were announced for feature, documentary, short film, screenplay and music video categories.

Urbanworld Film Festival 2005

Roll Bounce kicks off opening night.

Land of the Dead : Cast Interviews

John Leguizamo
Director George A. Romero

Freddie Highmore News

Highmore to star in Awful End.

Johnny Depp News

While speaking about "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" in the Bahamas, Johnny Depp talked about working on "Pirates of the Caribbean 2 & 3".

First Look: Charlie & the Chocolate Factory

New photos added.

First Look: The Fantastic Four

New photos added.

Insideman News

Ejoifor and Dafoe join Washington and Owen in Spike Lee's film.

Rize: An Interview with the Cast

Members of the Krumps talk about the dancing style that is catching attention.

Apollo Theater Foundation

Apollo Theater Foundation Presents Its Inaugural Spring Benefit: The Magic Lives On.

Herbie: Fully Loaded: Cast Interviews

Lindsay Lohan
Director Angela Robinson

Mekhi Phifer News

Mekhi Phifer Making Directorial Debut.

The System Within News

Tariq Alexander, Chingy, Bryce Wilson, Hawthorne James in "The
System Within".

Theater News

Taye Diggs and Anthony Mackie to do A Soldier's Play on theater.

Laurence Fishburne News

Fishburne joins Cruise in "Mission Impossible 3".

Batman Begins: Cast Interviews

Christian Bale
Michael Caine
Katie Holmes
Director Christopher Nolan

Eddie Murphy News

Murphy joins Foxx and Beyonce in Dreamgirls.


Batman Begins will shown on IMAX theaters with Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory to follow.

First Look: Hustle & Flow

New pictures added.

Time for Some Action

Kerry Washington talks post-Ray, Mr. & Mrs. Smith and The Fantastic Four.

Rent News

Trailer to the Broadway musical - film now online.

June DVD Releases

Chucky's back and so is Chilli Palmer among this week's releases.

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End Game
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Cry Wolf
A Scanner Darkly
Akeelah and the Bee
The Tenants
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War Of The Worlds
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An Unfinished Life
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Latest Review Additions:
Batman Begins Review (in Film )
"Batman Begins" is one of the best transitions from the comic book to the big screen. Not only is it spectacular, but it is truly amazing and embodied by such a talented cast.

Casino DVD Review (in Film )
A chock full of deleted scenes and commentaries are added to this gem of a film.

Brother to Brother DVD Review (in Film )
Rodney Evans’ film is one small part of a long struggle to open the cellar door and let in the light.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith Review (in Film )
Together, Pitt and Jolie make the perfect on-screen couple because this film is the best action film for both sexes. It offers romance and comedy that should delight the fans of these stars.

The Honeymooners Review (in Film )
"The Honeymooners" is a dismal remake of a classic TV show that makes one go back to Blockbusters to rent the original show just for the laughs.

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Review (in Film )
We may not all enjoy films on romance, or some young girls life’s journey, but what the film ultimately does is remind us of our basic human conditions, putting life into perspective yet again.

Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith Review (in Film )
Sith is the best of the prequels and a magnificent ending to cinema's most popular films.

Mad Hot Ballroom Review (in Film )
MHB is a film about adolescence against the backdrop of ballroom dancing. It's a heartwarming film, where there are no losers but winners across the board.

Crash Review (in Film )
Although some the stories in the film seem contrived, the actors portraying the roles are not only convincing but perhaps give their best performance to date.

XXX: State of the Union Review (in Film )
With the exception of a bullet train at infinite speed and the dialogue, which gave Speedman and Dafoe the worst lines of the film, the film is appealing because Cube and Jackson are worth watching.

Kingdom of Heaven Review (in Film )
The film revels in its desire to be the next great epic, but it merely falls to a solid somewhat banal period piece of excellent bloody sword and arrow play in numerous battles.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Review (in Film )
Hitchhiker's is a breath of fresh air.  It's an inventive escape from the recent batch of uncreative, dispassionate science fiction films..

The Year of the Yao Review (in Film )
The Year of the Yao is a tremendously entertaining film. It's easily the best basketball film I've seen in years.

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