‘Jerry Maguire’ Kids Jonathan Lipnicki And Drake Bell Are All Grown Up In This Epic ‘Reunion’ Photo

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Just because you’re in the same movie with someone, doesn’t mean you actually know everyone on set. That’s exactly what happened to Drake Bell and Jonathan Lipnicki, who both starred in Jerry Maguire.
Back in 1996, Jerry Maguire was a HUGE hit. Sure, it was mostly because of Tom Cruise and Renee Zellweger, but there were also two totally adorable kids in the movie who were total scene-stealers.
As Zellweger’s on-screen son, Ray, Lipnicki had an essential part in the movie — and even got to share a number of scenes with Cruise. Bell’s role was smaller — he played Jesse, the young boy who yelled at Cruise’s character after he refused to

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Jack Nicholson Turns 80: All of His Major Roles, Ranked (Photos)

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Jack Nicholson has had a long career playing brooding rebels, crazed villains and sneering charmers on screen.

“Man Trouble” is a ridiculous screwball crime comedy in which Nicholson and Ellen Barkin get upstaged by horny dogs.

Nicholson and Morgan Freeman are purely saccharine in this cornball comedy about two cancer patients trying to live out their dying wishes.

Nicholson’s first ever movie was a sensationalized B-movie about how new music is making kids run wild on killing sprees.

Nicholson has only a minor role in this lavish, fantastical film from Vincente Minnelli starring Barbra Streisand, and he looks wildly out of place.

Adam Sandler plays the rare straight man to

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13 Biggest Summer Movie Gambles, From ‘King Arthur’ to ‘Valerian’

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Summertime might seem like a pure cash grab for studios stagnant with awards hangovers — but trust us, there are plenty of Hail Mary passes getting tossed all throughout the hotter months.

Last year, the four-month summer movie season brought in $4.5 billion in total box office revenues — a full 39 percent of the year’s $11.4 million total domestic gross.

Studios have a lot riding on performance of big-budget tentpoles, and it’s often more challenging and expensive to market those films with so many competitors beside them on calendar.

[...] it was also home to a handful of big-budget flops, such as Sony’s “Ghostbusters” and Paramount’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

In

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13 Riskiest, Priciest Bets of Summer 2017 Movies, From ‘King Arthur’ to ‘The Dark Tower’ (Photos)

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Summertime might seem like a pure cash grab for studios stagnant with awards hangovers — but trust us, there are plenty of Hail Mary passes getting tossed all along the hotter months.

In a kingdom of Hollywood action stars, Charlie Hunnam is certainly among the fairest — but he’s largely untested in the marketplace, especially packing IP as dusty as King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

Combine that with the much-delayed release date and director Guy Ritchie — whose last Warner outing, “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,” was a visual feast and a lot of fun but failed to resonate worldwide — and this is certainly risky business.

The

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Reveals He Lost ‘Jack Reacher’ Role To Tom Cruise

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Dwayne Johnson just revealed that he had a shot at playing Tom Cruise’s character in Jack Reacher and our minds are blown.
On Tuesday (April 11), filmmaker Russ Pitts took to Twitter to ask a very interesting question.
“Why isn’t @TheRock Jack Reacher? For real. He’s perfect for the part,” Pitts asked.
Seriously, why isn’t The Rock the action star in Jack Reacher? He is amazing at action roles, looks like a hero, and could definitely pass as Jack Reacher, who has a military background and saves people.
Johnson eventually replied to the tweet explaining that he did in fact have a chance at the role, but he didn’t

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The Rock Wanted to Be Jack Reacher; Just Think of How Many More Jacks He Could Have Reached

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On film, the multitalented military hero Jack Reacher is played by Tom Cruise. In Lee Child’s book series, Reacher is a hulking six-foot-five. Tom Cruise is only five-seven, which severely limits the number of Jacks he can reach in any given situation. To a certain extent, Cruise’s casting makes sense:
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Watch Tom Cruise’s ‘The Mummy’ Trailer With More of Sofia Boutella’s Creepy Villainess (Video)

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Watch Tom Cruise’s ‘The Mummy’ Trailer With More of Sofia Boutella’s Creepy Villainess (Video)

At a presentation for the new movie last week at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Boutella told audiences that playing a monster was really interesting to me, but also the fact that the mummy was a woman.

Watch 'The Mummy' Scare the Bejeebies Out of Tom Cruise in First Full Trailer(Video)

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Tom Cruise Can Run, But He Can’t Hide, in the New Mummy Trailer

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Hell hath no fury like an ancient princess-mummy scorned. At least that’s what Tom Cruise figures out in the new trailer for the upcoming reboot of The Mummy, which finds Cruise and his trusty team accidentally awakening her from her roomy tomb in contemporary times. She’s pretty pissy about the
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Tom Cruise Stars in Action-Packed New ‘The Mummy’ Trailer

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Check out this newly-released trailer for the upcoming reboot of The Mummy!
Starring Tom Cruise, here’s the synopsis: Thought safely entombed in a tomb deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella) whose destiny was unjustly taken from her is awakened in our current day, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia and terrors that defy human comprehension.
From the sweeping sands of the Middle East through hidden labyrinths under modern-day London, The Mummy brings a surprising intensity and balance of wonder and thrills in an imaginative new take that ushers in a new world of gods and monsters.
The film also stars Annabelle

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