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Do the Ricky Bobby, Stop, Pose for the frame
So... I figure, if your not first your last, ya dig
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
And I dip and we do the same thing
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Pose for da frame
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Ricky then we all do the same thing

[Verse 1]
Tellem watch wen I pose for the frame they want some
I do da ricky bobby with a shirt dat say get'em 1
But I'm brandon and I gotta support my broads
I do da ricky bobby stop look at da hoes
There I go it's me yes I'm big dash
And when I do a show I'm always goin act an ass
Hurr you get a pass to learn da ricky bobby dance
Get on your tippy toes stop stick out your hands
Grab your friends and jig like you never jig befo
If you're not 1st den your last on ricky bobby hoe
I got doe and it's real life I'm gone show ya
I'm suppa crunk when I ricky bobby and work my shouldas
If your not doin it I'll knock you down just like a boulda
You feelin lucky well here boy a 3 leaf clover
You got no rymthem u standin messin up my flow
So hurr's ur pink slip and gone up off dat 5th flo

Do the Ricky Bobby, Stop, Pose for the frame
So. .. I figure, if your not first your last, ya dig
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
And I dip and we do the same thing
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Pose for da frame
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Ricky then we all do the same thing

Okay it's verse duce and it's gone be a long nite
Throw on my winner suit and wonder if she real tight
Wonder if in one nite she gone show me her wonder thong
Take her to da house and we gon do somethin that's wonder wrong
All about my money so ders no sense to be wastin it
Go to sleep to wake up so I can piss some excellence
Hold up wait a second I don't jam man you got me bent
Get back to da ricky bobby cuz diz iz irrvalent
Go over and create a dance that can take over da whole empire
Get me some water put me out dude I'm on fire
Aint drop a album and got money to retire
You can ricky bobby ****a yous a liar liar
So gone done and ricky bobby on da bar
Wats dat goddamn cougar in da car yeah

Do the Ricky Bobby, Stop, Pose for the frame
So. .. I figure, if your not first your last, ya dig
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
Do the ricky Bobby, stop, Pose for the frame
And I dip and we do the same thing
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Pose for da frame
Ricky bobby
Ricky bobby
Ricky then we all do the same thing

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Step Brothers

MOVIE INFORMATION Will Ferrell and John C. Riley, who previously starred together in Ricky Bobby: King of the Road, star in the director's film Step Brothers


Will Ferrell and John C. Riley, who previously starred together in Ricky Bobby: King of the Road, are starring in Step Brothers, directed by Adam McKay (Ricky Bobby: King of the Road, Anchorman). In Step Brothers, Ferrell plays Brennan Huff, a thirty-nine-year-old who works odd jobs while still living with his mother, Nancy (Mary Steenbergen). Riley plays Dale Doback, a 40-year-old unemployed man who lives with his father, Robert (Richard Jenkins). When Robert and Nancy get married and decide to live together, Brennan and Dale become stepbrothers. Their narcissism and outright laziness threatens the happiness of the "young" family, and then these immature middle-aged overgrown boys decide to carry out a crazy and cunning plan to reunite their parents. However, they will have to make an unexpected agreement, for the sake of which, maybe - but only maybe - they will finally leave their parental home.

Columbia Pictures in collaboration with Relativity Media, Apatow Company / Media Group / Gary Sanchez Production presents Adam McKay's Step Brothers. Starring: Will Ferrell, John C. Riley, Mary Steenbergen, Adam Scott, and Kathryn Hahn. Directed by Adam McKay. Produced by Jimmy Miller and Judd Apatow. Screenplay by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay from an idea by Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and John S. Riley. Executive Producers Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and David Householter. Cinematographer Oliver Wood. Set Designer Clayton Hartley. Editing director Brent White. Costume designer Susan Matson. Composer Jon Brion. Music selection - Hal Willner.


Will Ferrell, who plays the main role in the film "Stepbrothers", characterizes the main characters of the film as adult men suffering from developmental delay: "Dale and Brennan could not outgrow your teenage notions of what is good and what to do when they are adults and how to have fun in their spare time. Exploring their inner world was incredibly fun. Just imagine: at forty, you become the same person that you imagined yourself at thirteen.

Step Brothers reunites Will Ferrell, John S. Riley and director/writer Adam McKay on the same set for the first time since the trio's successful work on hit comedy Ricky Bobby: King of the Road. Barely finished filming "Ricky Bobby", Ferrell, McKay and Riley decided to repeat the successful experience of working together. “We got together for lunch and quickly jotted down our ideas,” Ferrell recalls.

In that meeting, Ferrell, McKay, and Riley did jot down "a huge amount of new ideas, quite solid, but at the same time, somewhat reserved," according to McKay. Trying to find the perfect story for the next day, McKay found that the inspiration was already gone. “Suddenly someone mentioned two-story children's beds, and I realized:“ This is it! Two adult boys are still living with single parents who decide to get married. And the “children” have to share a room,” he says. “As soon as we heard about this idea, we immediately agreed to it,” Riley adds. “Just imagine: what if your children could never grow up and continued to live with you. Well, that is, of course, I love my children, but I really hope that they will grow up and live on their own. "What will you do if your children decide to stay a little longer in their father's house?" asks the film's producer, Judd Apatow. “Richard Jenkins and Mary Steenbergen play the parents. The funny thing is that they really don't know what to do in such cases. In fact, many parents find themselves in similar situations.” “At first, Brennan and Dale are very suspicious of each other. Both of them are not happy with the unexpected turn of events, says Ferrell. - But everything changes when Dale meets Brennan's younger brother, Derek, who comes home one day for a family dinner. Derek is the exact opposite of Brennan. He is successful, handsome, everything goes like clockwork with him. And all his life Brennan gets from him. Dale takes Brennan's side and they become best friends."
Riley explains the nature of his character's self-absorption: "Dale is an extreme case of developmental delay. His father is a doctor, so he never needed to work. He does only what he likes: the rest simply does not interest him. Dale enjoys drumming, slingshot shooting, karate and fireworks. He believes that he has everything necessary for happiness, and there is nothing to work for at all.

The film is centered on the "children", but Ferrell believes that the main conflict is between the other two characters: "When we started writing the story, we came up with a lot of quarrels and fights between the brothers and remembered a lot of funny stories from their youth," says Ferrell. “But in the course of work, we realized that it was our parents who were closer to us.” McKay says that the first stage of their collaboration with Ferrell is improvisation. "It's like we're on stage: he's a character, I'm a character, and we change roles all the time," says the director and screenwriter. “The main goal is to come up with something that will make the other person laugh. We switch roles, sketch ideas. I lie down on the floor, say whatever comes to my mind, and Will types. He thinks about what I'm talking about, and then we switch places: I rewrite the scenes, and he sits on the couch and plays crazy ideas. "I've known Adam for 12 years," says Ferrell. “We came on Saturday Night Live at the same time. He worked as an improviser and showman for a long time before he started writing. I think this influenced his directing style. It gave him more freedom." “I love working with Will and Adam because they are the nicest guys in the industry,” says producer Judd Apatow. “They're really funny and they really enjoy making movies. They make each other laugh and it makes everyone on set feel great. To be honest, when I'm making a movie and a question arises, I ask myself: "What would Adam McKay do in this case?"

While working on the story, Ferrell and McKay set themselves the task of making characters that look the same on the outside look different on the inside. That was what was interesting for them from an acting point of view. “John plays Dale. This is a person who likes to plan everything. He's got business acumen, but he's got bad ideas," Ferrell jokes. – “It is Dale who initiated everything that happens. Brennan is a more sensitive fellow, speaks a little softer. He considers himself an excellent singer, but, of course, he is terribly afraid of singing in public.” “We relied on these ideas, creating characters and writing all the scenes. But from time to time, the characters switched places, ”Ferrell continues. “I absolutely love it, both in terms of the characters and the movie as a whole. Brennan sometimes takes the lead and Dale follows him. I think it's much more interesting that way."

Once the script was ready, Ferrell and Riley began work on the roles, gradually bringing the characters to life. “I returned home and often watched how children behave when they do not get what they want, or their petty strife. It helped me a lot,” says Riley. “And while the film is aimed at an adult audience, it has a lot of innocent and sweet moments.” “The characters, on the one hand, complement each other, and on the other hand, help each other open up,” McKay adds. “In theory, they were not supposed to meet. But miracles do happen...

As exciting as filming is, making a film is, above all, a huge responsibility. “There were no easy days on the set of this film,” says Riley. - "You could wake up with the thought:" Yes, I have only two lines in this scene, the work does not beat the lying down. And after a few hours to find that your role has suddenly increased significantly. On the set, you always have to be fully armed.


When the characters of Ferrell and Riley were almost established as individuals, the filmmakers moved on to the next task. Dale and Brennan had to find their "real" parents. In the end, it was the parents who were supposed to be the guides to the inner world of Dale and Brennan. Mary Steenbergen plays the role of Nancy Huff. Ferrell was delighted with the new opportunity (after the comedy Elf) to play alongside this Oscar winner. “In Elf, I played his stepmother,” says Steenbergen. “This time I tried on the role of Will's mother. It was an amazing experience. Very funny. The hardest thing was to play the double to the end and not laugh.” “In Elf, my character was just looking into this world, so I didn't have the opportunity to directly interact with Mary's character. Watching her work in this comedy was extremely exciting. She always managed to find the right intonation. To get these guys to do something, you need to treat them harder, ”recalls Ferrell. “Mary is a very pleasant and sweet person. She is gentle and delicate. So being rude to her or hearing rudeness from her was pretty weird and therefore incredibly funny,” says Riley. “For some reason, everyone just burst with laughter when I said some obscene things,” Steenbergen smiles. “I would never trade places with any actress in the world. Nothing else could be dreamed of! Each new day was an adventure. I had no idea what would happen next. Besides, I’m still a laugher, so I simply couldn’t find a better place for me. ” Having gained improv skills on the TV show Curb Your Enthusiasm, Steenbergen was ready to work with Ferrell, Riley and McKay. “They said they like to improvise on set,” says Steenbergen. “I like it. We improvise on the Larry David show, and in my youth I paid a lot of attention to this.

Richard Jenkins plays Robert Doback, Dale's father, in Step Brothers. Jenkins is familiar to viewers from his role as the deceased head of the family in The Client is Always Dead, as well as memorable comic roles in David O. Russell's Heartbreakers and Don't Wake the Sleeping Dog. Jenkins was very excited about the opportunity to work with Steenbergen; he was a longtime fan of hers. “When I heard she was going to play Nancy, I thought, 'Oh my God, that's great!'” says Jenkins. - "We had a lot of fun. She was there all the time. She's so beautiful, so funny, so sweet." Jenkins talks about how the “children” grew up to be completely irresponsible people precisely because of their parents: “Robert was away from his son all his life. He knew that there were certain problems, but he never dealt with them. The situation has changed, and he has to solve these problems. And he just can't do it. Over the past 40 years, he has learned to ignore his son, and now that he is forced to do this, he is failing.” "Richard Jenkins always made us laugh, we respect him as an actor," says Apatow. “He worked with the Coen brothers and Woody Allen. He starred in the movie "The Client is Always Dead." His presence immediately mobilizes everyone. Everyone thinks: "I have to do a good job today, because Richard Jenkins is here."

Katherine Hahn plays Alice, the disillusioned wife of Nancy's second son, Derek, in Step Brothers. After years of insults, petty quarrels, living in the shadow of her husband, she is ready to be freed. And when Dale begins to offend her husband, she allows her emotions to break out and behaves in the most unexpected way. “This woman is absolutely defenseless. Everyone offends her - both her husband Derek and the children. She finds salvation in the arms of Dale Doback,” Khan says. “True love develops between them.” Khan worked with McKay and Ferrell on Anchorman: “I had a very small but very fun role. I played Helen, Victoria Corningstone's assistant. But in this film, I would have starred at least in the extras: things happened on the set that I could not believe. And what happened on the set was this: the actors themselves could decide how their character should behave in a given situation: “One of Adam's many talents is his ability to create an atmosphere of freedom. During filming, everyone feels that he is capable of anything. This feeling is like opening a door in my head. You don't owe anything to anyone and you can do whatever comes to your mind." “Katherine is a fearless person,” Riley says. “She is possibly the most fearless actress I have ever worked with. She is very similar to me, to Will, to Adam: if something funny comes across, we will squeeze everything out of it. We won't stop and say, "Okay, that's too much." We will squeeze everything we can out of the situation, no matter where it leads. It's great that Katherine is just like us." Khan's husband and Ferrell's brother are played by Adam Scott, who is currently filming Tell Me You Love Me. Scott was excited to play with the comedy duo Ferrell and McKay: “These guys are the funniest guys in the world. They are funny and also very cute. That was great".

For the filmmakers, the main goal was to subtly, not too subtly and completely unequivocally indicate that Dale Doback and Brennan Hough refused to grow up. Production designer Clayton Hartley and costume designer Susan Matson worked with McKay, Ferrell and Riley to create characterization that would help bring out the characters. Matson rejoins the team after working on Ricky Bobby: King of the Road. By the way, it was Matson who chose one of the strangest costumes of that film - a pink Ricky Bobby T-shirt, which Ferrell liked so much that he put it on at the premiere of the film. “I'm always looking for interesting t-shirts, even when I'm not working on any film,” Matson says. “When I am in other cities, I always go to inexpensive shops, second-hand stores, and not to chic boutiques. In addition, I often visit eBay, looking for different things there. In films where people wear modern clothes, it's very difficult to do something special with it, but I still need to emphasize the individuality of each character. One way to do that is to give the character a unique, cool T-shirt."

Matson had two specific tasks. First, make sure that two seemingly identical characters - Dale and Brennan - differ from each other in character. “Brennan is a little softer than Dale. He's even more of a sissy than his brother, so I made his T-shirts softer,” Matson laughs. “For example, he wears a purple T-shirt with a picture of a running horse on it. And he also has a T-shirt with photos of children's vacation spots, which hints that he lives with his mom. Dale, on the other hand, wears T-shirts that indicate, for example, that he is interested in martial arts, and at the beginning of the film he has a vintage Master Yoda T-shirt. “Adam McKay has one great thing about him: he always supports people with an absurd sense of humor,” Matson continues. “If the joke is subtle, and if I can justify it, he will always agree to it.” Matson gives an example of a joke that was not included in the film, but still perfectly describes the situation: “I gave Will plaid Christmas pants and socks - the ones that children wear on a holiday. Will tucked his pants into his socks, which made the entire set laugh. This scene is not in the movie, but I think those socks fit Will's character very well."

Step Brothers is the fifth collaboration between production designer Clayton Hartley and Will Ferrell, and from a production standpoint, it is arguably their most revealing film yet. In the films Anchorman and Semi-Pro, they recreated the world of the 1970s. The films "Hit and Scream" and "Ricky Bobby: King of the Road" were associated with the world of football and the NASCAR races. The action of the film "Stepbrothers", with the exception of some scenes, takes place in the same house in Los Angeles. Hartley's goal was to make a setting that emphasized that the characters were stuck in their childhood. At the same time, these decorations were not supposed to draw attention to themselves.

“The scenery in the film is not funny. The funny ones in the movie are Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and John C. Riley,” says Hartley. “We wanted to emphasize that a little, without going too far, to create an atmosphere that would fit the characters, enhancing the comedy, not destroying it. How did we do it? They scattered a bunch of junk, like teenagers do. A teenager will leave his bike on the road, his jacket in the hallway, empty food packages in his room. These are the little details that make this house look like a place where two children live. ” However, this does not mean at all that the decorators did not have room for creativity. The boys' room is a mixture of teenage memories of the entire crew. Decorator Casey Hollenbeck filled the room with what Hartley called "a bunch of stupid junk." From fabulous sword gear to a collection of beer cans to posters of rock bands and sexy girls that hang on the walls of all teenagers.


WILL FERRELL - executive producer / writer Brennan Huff Ferrell first appeared on screen in 1995 as a contestant on Saturday Night Live. Since then, he has come a long way in his career, moving from television to the big screen. His most recent role is in Semi-Pro, directed by Kent Alterman and starring Woody Harrelson and Andre Benjamin. And in 2007, he starred in the comedy Blades of Glory with John Heder. The film grossed over $118 million at the box office. In 2006, Ferrell proved to everyone that he was no less talented as a dramatic actor than as a comedian, receiving a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical, namely for the role of US tax agent Harold Crick in Mark Forster's "Character" (Stranger than Fiction), which also starred Emma Thompson, Dustin Hoffman, Queen Latifah. In the same year, Ferrell starred in the comedy Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby with John C. Riley and Sacha Baron Cohen. At the box office, the film grossed about $150 million and took first place in the rating of non-animated comedies on DVD. In the summer of 2004, Ferrell starred in the comedy Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy for DreamWorks Pictures. The film grossed $85 million in the US. Ferrell co-wrote the film, working with Saturday Night Live co-star Adam McKay. The film was produced by Judd Apatow and executive produced by David O. Rasseell. Ferrell also played Ron Burgundy, a TV presenter in the 70s. with an inflated ego. In the story, his brilliant career and reputation are in jeopardy when a young TV presenter appears on the horizon, who, unlike Burgundy, takes journalism seriously. Also in Ferrell's filmography are the films "Model Male", "Elf", "Melinda and Melinda" by Woody Allen, the comedies "The Witch" and "Old School", as well as the film adaptation of "The Producers". For his role in the latter, Ferrell received his first Golden Globe (for Best Supporting Actor) in 2006. He recently completed work on the film company "Universal" "Land of the Lost."

JOHN C. REILLY - Dale / idear. Riley was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe for his work on the musical Chicago. He has a reputation as an actor who can handle just about any role. He recently starred in Rise and Fall: The Dewey Cox Story, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe and won an award for soundtrack. Riley's first film work was a role in the film "War Losses", after which he happened to star in a wide variety of films. Among them are "Days of Thunder", "Shadows and Fog", "We're Not Angels", "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?", "Hoffa", "Georgia", "Dolores Claiborne" and "Wild River". A regular collaborator with director Thomas Anderson, Riley has received acclaim for his roles in The Fatal Eight, Boogie Nights and Magnolia. He also starred in Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line. In 2002, his work in the box office films The Hours, The Good Girl, Gangs of New York and Chicago were highly acclaimed by audiences and critics alike. He has recently starred in Ricky Bobby: King of the Road, The Companions, Dark Water, The Aviator, and The Swindlers. Also in his filmography - "The Perfect Storm", "For the Love of the Game" and "Unkissed".

RICHARD Jenkins – Robert Doback. Jenkins is one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood, having starred in over 50 films. Most recently, Jenkins played a disillusioned Connecticut economics professor whose life is drastically changed by a chance meeting in New York. Thomas McCarthy's The Visitor was met with rave reviews from critics upon its premiere at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. In 1997, Jenkins was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Don't Wake the Sleeping Dog, starring Ben Stiller, Téa Leoni, Josh Brolin and Lily Tomlin. Jenkins' first major film work was in Horton Foote's Oscar-winning film On Valentine's Day. 86 years old. This was followed by roles in George Miller's The Witches of Eastwick, starring Susan Sarandon, Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer and Jack Nicholson; in Richard Benjamin's "Little Nikita" with River Phoenix and Sidney Poitier; in "Sea of ​​Love" with Al Pacino and Helen Barkin; in "Wolf" by Mike Nichols featuring Jack Nicholson; in North Country in 2005 with Charlize Theron; in the comedy "Swindlers Dick and Jane" with Jim Carrey and Thea Leoni; and in 2007's Kingdom, directed by Peter Berg. During his career, Jenkins has had the privilege of working with film giants such as Clint Eastwood (in Absolute Power) and the Farley Brothers (in There's Something About Mary and Me, Myself & Irene with Jim Carrey). also starred in Web of Lies with Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas.In 2001, Jenkins began collaborating with the Coen brothers in The Man Who Wasn't There with Billy Bob Thornton, James Gandolfini and Scarlett Johansson. with the Coens, Jenkins starred in Intolerable Cruelty with Catherine Zeta-Jones in 2003. Jenkins' television credits include roles in Virus, The Client Is Always Dead, and Sins of the Father. In September of this year, the third film of the Coen brothers with his participation will be released - "Burn After Reading" with George Clooney, Brad Pitt and John Malkovich.0003

Mary Steenburgen - Nancy Huff. Mary Steenbergen won an Oscar for her performance in Melvin & Howard. She recently completed Open Roads with Jeff Bridges and Justin Timberlake and Four Christmases with Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn. Among her recent works is the film "Brave" with Jodie Foster and Terrence Howard directed by Neil Jordon. In 2006, she starred in the film The Son of a Nobel Laureate with Alan Rickman and Bill Pullman. She also starred in two seasons of the Emmy-nominated CBS series The New Joan of Arc (“Joan of Arcadia”). Steenbergen's track record also includes a role in the independent film Marilyn Hotchkiss School of Dance and Seduction. In 2003, she starred in the CBS TV movie How to Get Over Love with her husband Ted Danson. She also starred in New Line Cinema's Elf, The Sunshine State, and Foster Mothers directed by John Sayles. Steenbergen and Danson previously collaborated on NBC's Gulliver's Travels.'96 and over the 1994 film Pontiac Moon. In 2001, Steenbergen starred in Life Like a Home with Kevin Klein. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. From time to time, Steenbergen demonstrated her outstanding acting talent, participating in films such as Philadelphia and What's Eating Gilbert Grape? Strinbergen's credits also include roles in Meadow Harp, Back to the Future III, Time Travel, A Midsummer Night Sex Comedy, Across the Stream, A Magical Christmas, and Death in Winter. .

ADAM SCOTT - Derek Huff. Adam Scott is a young actor who has already made a name for himself in the world of theater and television. He is currently one of the most successful recruits on the big screen. Scott will soon be seen in August, a drama about two brothers who struggle to maintain their fledgling Wall Street business in August 2001, a month before the 9/11 attacks. Scott also recently completed work on two independent films. The first, "Lovely, Still", is a Christmas tale about an elderly man who meets true love for the first time in his life; the second film is called The Vicious Kind, a tragicomedy about a man who falls in love with his brother's girlfriend after meeting her at a family Thanksgiving dinner. Scott also stars in the HBO series Tell Me You Love Me. Scott's recent work includes roles in the films Knocked Up by Judd Apatow, as well as The Great Buck Howard with John Malkovich. Last year, Scott starred in Mark Fergus' drama thriller Before the First Snow, starring Guy Ritchie; in the black comedy Corporate Affairs directed by Dan Cohen; in the romantic comedy Who Loves The Sun starring Lukas Haas and Molly Parker, directed by Matthew Bissonette. Prior to that, Scott starred in Terry Zwigoff's "Advertisement for Genius" with John Malkovich and Anjelica Huston for Sony Pictures Classics. In addition, Scott's track record includes roles in the films "Revenge" and "Matador" with Pierce Brosnan and Greg Kinnear, as well as a role in the New Line Cinema romantic comedy "If the mother-in-law is a monster" directed by Robert Luketic with Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fondo. Scott also played John Meyer, Howard Hughes' obsequious press officer in Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning The Aviator, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, John S. Riley and Alec Baldwin. Scott previously starred in Warner Bros. Torque, in Carl Franklin's Major Crimes, in the independent black comedy 2 Days, in Christopher Haifley's independent film The Killer Next Door, in Star Trek: First Contact, and in the films Off the Lip by Robert Mickelson, Fan Girl by Jonathan Kahn, Winding Road by Ted Melfi, The Lesser Evil by David McKay, Dinner & Driving by Lawrence Trilling and Seven and a Match by Derek Symond. Scott's television credits include roles on Law & Order, Veronica Mars, Murder One, NYPD Blue and ER.0003

KATHRYN HAHN - Alice Huff. Natural talent, beauty and an enormous amount of energy allow Khan to achieve a lot on stage and on the big screen. Judging by the projects in which she will take part in the near future, Khan is becoming one of the most prominent figures in Hollywood. Khan is currently making his debut in the Broadway musical Boeing Boeing, which won this year's Tony Award. Next year, she can be seen in Sam Mendes' new film Revolutionary Road. The main characters of the picture are a young couple (Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio) living in Connecticut in the middle of 1950s. Katherine plays Millie Campbell, the newlyweds' neighbor. Paramount Vantage plans to release the film on December 26, 2008. Neil Brennan's The Goods: The Don Ready Story will be released soon. The film is scheduled for release on February 27, 2009.

Talladega Nights Beats 9/11 US box office movie

Four years and eleven months the day after the September 11 attacks, Oliver Stone World Trade Center opened to the expected recognition of the box office. But that didn't happen: Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is still #1 at the US weekend box office.

Of course, this is a huge surprise - ask someone at the end of 2001 what they would do if a made-for-TV movie about one of the highlights of modern history was beaten at the weekend box office by a movie about funny man driving and the most honest dance movies in living memory and they would kill you. However, let's look at the bright side, shall we? Now that both are United 93 and World Trade Center failed box office days, at least we won't have to worry about a deluge of opportunistic, tasteless 9/11 movies until at least September 11, 2011.

Even a publicity stunt like getting 24 men to try and blow up a bunch of planes with some baby milk over the weekend can get World Trade Center top of the box office over the weekend in the US. Maybe it shows that the public is not ready for films about America's biggest terrorist attack, or maybe it shows that the public still thinks that Nicolas Cage is like a douchebag, who knows? Here's the U.

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