A good family movie can make you feel all warm and fuzzy. It can make you feel closer to your other family members. But some family movies are so bad…
In the 1999 blockbuster "The Mummy," the cast is considerable different from those in the original version from 1932. Here are five members of the cast that helped to make…
I’m thinking she’ll nail the part.
William H. Macy, Matt Dillon, and Craig Robinson will bring the “freaky,” and, as always, Brendan Fraser will unload the “deaky.”
Brendan Fraser will play an archer. Not a cartoon archer, or an archer that has a strange monkey sidekick. Just an archer.
Brendan Fraser will be super-excited about all these new Brendan Fraser projects.
Both Vanessa Hudgens and Brendan Fraser have career goblins. For Hudgens, it’s a never-ending stream of nude photos and videos. For Frasier, it’s a lot worse: ‘Furry Vengeance’.
The gorgeous ‘Mad Men’ actress, in the most challenging role of her life, will have to act like she loves Brendan Fraser.
After the double-suck-whammy of Extraordinary Measures and Furry Vengeance, he’ll do anything.
Brendan. He gets no respect.
What news is this? Brendan Fraser has signed on to a potentially good movie? In fact, it is so. George Of The Jungle has joined Neil LaBute’s next film, Seconds Of Pleasure.
Brendan Fraser's spelunking days may be behind him. Deadline reports that a Journey To The Center Of The Earth 3D sequel is moving forward without Fraser. Josh Hutcherson, his co-star from the original, will be taking over the lead.Fraser reportedly dropped out of the project when his top choice to direct, Eric Brevig, was passed over after he couldn't free up his Yogi Bear schedule. New Line and Walden Media got antsy, and brought in Brad Peyton, the director of Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. And with that Brendan Fraser was out. For years we've wondered if the man who appeared in Furry Vengeance, GI Joe, Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Bedazzled, Dudley Do-Right, Monkeybone, and various Pauly Shore movies had a line. Apparently that line is Cats & Dogs. Reading between the lines, Fraser obviously doesn't believe a gay actor is capable of playing a talking cat. Cue the outrage!