The Devil Wears Prada (Fullscreen)

The Devil Wears Prada (Fullscreen)

A naive young woman (Anne Hathaway) comes to New York and scores a job as the assistant to one of the city's biggest magazine editors, the ruthless and cynical Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep). Because you will want to watch it over and over again.... A wonderfully funny movie...

  • In some varying degree, this film, actually, transports you into the mind of the dysfunctional gonzo journalist, Hunter S. Thompson. The role by Depp is beyond genius and obviously a byproduct of their close friendship. I think... In some varying degree, this film, actually, transports you into the mind of the dysfunctional gonzo journalist, Hunter S. Thompson. The role by Depp is beyond genius and obviously a byproduct of their close friendship. I think one of my fav. HST quotes is appropriate for this film, "Buy the ticket, take the ride."

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  • The creative team behind the upcoming romantic comedy “He’s Just Not That Into You” is teaming up again for another laugh-infused romancer. New Line has picked up the rights to Liz Tuccillo’s best-selling novel “How to Be Single” ... The creative team behind the upcoming romantic comedy “He’s Just Not That Into You” is teaming up again for another laugh-infused romancer. New Line has picked up the rights to Liz Tuccillo’s best-selling novel “How to Be Single” for Flower Films’ Nancy Juvonen and Drew Barrymore to produce, setting Marc Silverstein and Abby Kohn to adapt. Juvonen and Barrymore are producing “Into You,” which Silverstein and Kohn adapted from a tome written by Tuccillo and Greg Behrendt. Tuccillo is a former writer for “Sex and the City.” While “Into You” was a non-fiction how-to look at relationships, “Single” is Tuccillo’s fiction debut.

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  • The film generated a lot of buzz at Sundance this year and though I haven't seen the movie, the book is definitely fly. Set in the summer of 1994, New York City, 'The Wackness' centers around Luke Shapiro, a recent high school gra... The film generated a lot of buzz at Sundance this year and though I haven't seen the movie, the book is definitely fly. Set in the summer of 1994, New York City, 'The Wackness' centers around Luke Shapiro, a recent high school grad, who plans to continue his lucrative business of dealing pot in addition to getting laid. Shaprio believes he is depressed and trades therapy sessions with Dr. Squires, in exchange for weed and conversation. The doctor, who is struggling with a rehab-addicted wife and a slight mid-life crisis, welcomes the chance to regain his youth listening to beats and hitting the streets with his new friend. The summer heats up when Stephanie, Dr. Squires' stepdaughter, decides to get jiggy with Luke. It's a difficult task to write a novelization of a screenplay but Dale C. Phillips has done an excellent job. He successfully captured the time period and the relationship that these characters have with each other and New York City. If you're looking for a good quick summer read, head to the bookstore to pick up a copy of 'The Wackness'.

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  • Warner Independent Pictures has signed “House” executive producers Garrett Lerner and Russel Friend to adapt Brock Clarke’s best-seller “An Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England.” The dark comedy from John Wells Prods.... Warner Independent Pictures has signed “House” executive producers Garrett Lerner and Russel Friend to adapt Brock Clarke’s best-seller “An Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England.” The dark comedy from John Wells Prods. centers on Sam Pulsifer, a man who accidentally burns down Emily Dickinson’s home and kills two people in the process. After 10 years in prison and a series of personal and professional disasters, he returns home to live with his parents, only to discover that he’s suspected in a series of nearby fires at historical landmarks. He attempts to find the real criminal and uncovers some family secrets as the mystery unfolds.

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  • Brett Ratner is in negotiations to direct Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment's remake of "The Incredible Shrinking Man." Brian Grazer is producing the project, which has Eddie Murphy attached to star. An updated version... Brett Ratner is in negotiations to direct Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment's remake of "The Incredible Shrinking Man." Brian Grazer is producing the project, which has Eddie Murphy attached to star. An updated version of the best-selling novel and 1957 sci-fi classic starring Grant Williams, "Man" is taking the comedic approach to the fantastical material, telling the story of a famous Las Vegas magician who is put under a spell that causes him to shrink. He must find a way to reverse the spell before he gets so small that he "disappears."

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