Wall Street

1987, Movie, R, 124 mins

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Before Two and a Half Men and Tiger Blood: A Charlie Sheen Timeline

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen is back on TV just a little over a year after getting the boot from his longtime sitcom home, Two and a Half Men. And while many (read: anyone not living under a rock) recall the long, strange trip Sheen took from Men to his new FX sitcom Anger Management (premiering Thursday at 9/8c), we decided to retrace the career highs and lows that came long before his tiger blood-infused media rampage, his standup comedy tour, and his recent resurgence:

As Anger Management launches, Charlie Sheen makes peace with Two and a Half Men

Badlands (October 1973): Look, Dad, I can act! Sheen made an un-credited appearance as... read more

Michael Douglas: I've Taken Blame About Being a Bad Father

Michael Douglas

Michael Douglas says he takes blame for "being a bad father" as he tried to forge his career and that the family had a lot to do with son Cameron's drug problems and legal troubles.

Cameron Douglas sentenced to five years in prison

The 65-year-old Oscar winner told Matt Lauer during a Today show interview airing Monday he was a bad dad "if being a bad father is working your butt off trying to create a career at one time."

"I've also confessed the fact that I was in rehab 20 years ago," he added. "[His mother] was a very young mother when she had Cameron and her skills were limited to such an extent. The other part of course is genes. I lost a brother with ... read more

Oliver Stone Lands TV Deal

Oliver Stone

Filmmaker Oliver Stone and writer Bruce Wagner have inked a television development deal with Epix for a one-hour scripted drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Still Holding, based on the Wagner novel of the same name, will follow ... read more

Top 14 Movie Misquotes, Whose Scream Is That and More

Darth Vader courtesy 20th Century Fox

Ask FlickChick Top 14 Movie Misquotes the Scream That Will Not Die and MoreQuestion I dont want to sound like a complete geek but it bugs me when people misquote famous movie lines like Luke I am your father which just isnt what Darth Vader said I feel that if youre fan enough to quote a movie you should be fan enough to quote it right Please tell me Im not the most compulsive person ever DonFlickChick The most compulsive ever No way I basically agree If youre going to quote the quote quote the quote That said theres a pattern to a lot of common misquotations Heres the thing Screenwriters cant predict whats going to seize the public imagination when theyre writing so that kickass line is often embedded in a larger less pithy piece of dialogue1 The Empire Strikes Back 1980Misquote Luke I am your father Actual quote No I am your fatherYour b234te noire spoken during Lukes illusion-shattering confrontation with his nem read more

At the Movies: Douglas Returns to Wall Street?

How many more yachts can you water-ski behind, Gordon? Per Variety, Twentieth Century Fox is developing Money Never Sleeps, a Wall Street sequel to again potentially star Oscar winner Michael Douglas, but not involve Oliver Stone as writer or director.... Per the Hollywood Reporter, though Shrek the Third doesn't even hit theaters until the 18th, Deuce Bigelow's Mike Mitchell is already in talks to direct No. 4.... Stana Katic (aka Heroes' wireless gal) is an assassin in Stiletto, an indie thriller also starring Tom Berenger and Michael Biehn.... Sydney Pollack has been cast as Patrick Dempsey's father in the rom-com Made of Honor. read more

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