Lots of movies bomb at the box office — even movies featuring big stars from hit TV medical dramas of the moment. But when 2006 indie thriller Zyzzyx Road came out, its lack of success lit up the Internet. Because Zyzzyx Road wasn’t just a failure: it was an epic, historic, astonishing failure that brought in a whopping gross of…30 bucks. That’s right, 30 U.S. dollars. Total.
Now digital distributor GoDigital has acquired rights to the notorious film, which means soon you’ll be able to stream the film in the privacy of your own home (exact details aren’t available yet, but GoDigital works with iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, and other services).
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When Katherine Heigl and husband Josh Kelley adopted 10-month-old Naleigh from Korea in 2009, the new mom expected the mother-daughter bond to be strong and immediate.
Not so, the actress admits in an interview with German weekly newspaper, Bild am Sonntag. “People are always talking about the strong bond between mother and daughter, this magical connection – but we didn’t have that,” Heigl says.
She described the early days with Naleigh as “the hardest time in my life. … I fought incredibly hard for my daughter to accept me as mother. Her rejection almost broke my heart.”
Heigl found the rejection so oppressive that she threw herself into her work which, she admits, “made the already difficult process of getting closer take even longer. … When I realized that, I immediately cut back on work.”
Lionsgate has announced plans to debut the Blu-ray and DVD versions of One For The Money starring Katherine Heigl, Jason O’Mara (Terra Nova), Daniel Sunjata, John Leguizamo, Sherri Shepherd and Debbie Reynolds on May 15.
One For The Money is based on the Janet Evanovich book series that centers around action heroine Stephanie Plum, played by Heigl. It made just under $26.2 million at the box office earlier this year, a little more than half of its reported $40 million production budget.
Lionsgate will pack in a digital copy with One For The Money on Blu-ray. At this time, there are no known bonus features that will accompany the release.
I once overheard someone say something about the city of Paris along the lines of: “Ah Paris, you either love it or hate it.” It stuck with me, that assertion, and over time I came to believe in its accuracy. No one was ever on the fence— comme ci, comme ça—about Paris; people really did either seem to love it or hate it. Over time, it also came to me that the same could be said for any number of things: Brussels sprouts, roller coasters, Dostoyevsky.
When I recently learned I’d be interviewing A-lister—sorry, A+ lister—Katherine Heigl, however, and started poking around to get a better sense of who she is as a person, one thing swiftly dawned on me. Katherine Heigl is nothing like Paris or Brussels sprouts. Everyone—no, really, everyone—loves her. One of the few names on a short list of big stars no one seems to have any of the proverbial dirt on, Heigl has occupied a special place in the hearts of fans for well over a decade, appearing in some of this generation’s favourite hits on the big and small screen alike. But for a woman loved by everyone, she herself famously expresses unabashed disdain for one thing—make that two things—with her much-forwarded Funny or Die mockumercial. A viral clip that shot around the Internet at breakneck speeds, IHateBalls.com serves as the forum for an undeniably effective pro-spay/neuter campaign.
In what is arguably one of the most memorable pieces of animal overpopulation-control communication ever, she sarcastically tells viewers: “A lot of people say to me ‘Katherine, you promote neutering so much, you must really love animals.’ I’m like: ‘Yeah, they’re okay, I guess. But the real reason I’m so pro-neutering is… I hate balls.”
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New Line and Warner Bros. will debut the Blu-ray and DVD versions of the ensemble sequel New Year’s Eve on May 1, 2012.
New Year’s Eve is the followup to the hugely successful film Valentine’s Day from director Gary Marshall. Like Valentine’s Day, New Year’s Eve is all about intertwining love connections and stars seemingly half of Hollywood: Halle Berry, Jessica Biel, Jon Bon Jovi, Abigail Breslin, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Robert De Niro, Josh Duhammel, Zac Efron, Hector Elizondo, Katherine Heigl, Ashton Kutcher, Seth Meyers, Lea Michele, Sarah Jessica Parker, Michelel Pfeiffer, Til Schweiger, Hilary Swank and Sofia Vergara.
The Blu-ray version of New Year’s Eve will come packaged with the DVD and UltraViolet versions as well. Expect a 1080p 1.85:1 and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio presentation. Bonus features are set to include:
Audio Commentary with Garry Marshall
The Magic of Times Square
New Year’s Eve Secrets of the Stars
Jon Bon Jovi & Lea Michele Rock New Year’s Eve
Deleted Scenes with Garry Marshall
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