Jack’s Trailer Park: ‘Rio’ Reigns at Box Office
Forget suspense. Don’t bother with drama. It’s animation that ruled at the box office this weekend. The family fun flick, "Rio," starring Anne Hathaway and Jesse Eisenberg, pulled in an estimated $40 million, making it the year’s best opening so far and blowing away it…
Jack’s Trailer Park: Will You be Screaming?
“What’s your favorite scary movie?”
Two ABC Soaps Get the Ax
Get out your tissue box all you soap opeara junkies. It looks like not even Erica Kane could survive this. ABC announced today that it is canceling its long-running soap operas 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live.'
Lohan to Play Mobster Daughter?
No, you’re not seeing double. Although the resemblance, especially the hair, is a story itself. Yesterday, Lindsay Lohan appeared alongside Victoria Gotti at the New York press conference for the upcoming biopic, “Gotti.”
Another Dancing Mishap for Kirstie
Poor Kirstie Alley. Just one week after she fell on the 'Dancing With the Stars' ballroom floor, the Emmy-winning actress suffered another unfortunate mishap.
Jack’s Trailer Park: ‘Hop’ is Still Top at the Movies
The family fun and Easter themed flick, “Hop” hangs onto first place at the box office for a second week in a row bringing in $21.7 million.
Jack Trailer Park: New at the Movies
Laughs and love take center stage this weekend at the movies. Danny Mc Bride, James Franco and Oscar winner Natalie Portman star in the fantasy comedy, “Your Highness,” about a lazy prince and his brother who go on a quest to save their father’s kingdom.
Jesus Appears on Pizza
The timing couldn't be better. As we approach Easter, it's seems that a higher power may be trying to send a message using a favorite food.
Man Uses Prosthetic Leg to Nab Robber
Though most would consider missing a leg to be a disability, 55-year-old Stephen Cornell used it to his advantage last Wednesday when he took down a robber at a neighborhood convenience store.
Jack’s Trailer Park: Bunny Brings in the Big Bucks
If you think talking animal films are getting old, movie-goers disagree.