DeVito and Broderick will play neighbors in a small New England town who collide when one decides to decorate his house for the holidays so brightly that it can be seen from space.
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There glows the neighborhood! The holiday spirit gets competitive in Deck the Halls, the hilarious contemporary family tale pitting two suburban families against each other for the grudge match of the season, unwrapping on DVD November 6, 2007 from Fox Home Entertainment. Starring comedic veterans Danny DeVito (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Matthew Broderick (Ferris Bueller's Day Off), Kristin Davis (The Shaggy Dog) and Kristin Chenoweth (Running with Scissors), Deck the Halls is a jovial keeping up the with Jones' tale... with a holiday twist the whole family can enjoy. A festive addition to any holiday movie collection, the Deck the Halls DVD features bloopers, deleted scenes, cast interviews, featurettes and more and will be available at the suggested retail price of $29.98 U.S. / $43.48 Canada. Prebook is September 12th.Read More
Few actors make the tough transition from teen star to adult one. For Matthew Broderick this move has been nothing short of effortless. First capturing attention as David Lightman in WarGames, Broderick solidified his status for generations playing the title role in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and continued to make interesting acting choices, most recently starring in the stage and screen versions of The Producers.
What kind of person is Steve Finch, your character?Read More
What kind of woman is your character, Kelly Finch?
What happens to her and the Finch family during the course of the comedy?Read More
In his long and illustrious career Danny DeVito has been able to do comedy and drama with equal ease. From the iconic Louie De Palma in Taxi, to other notable turns in such films as Throw Momma From the Train, L.A. Confidential, and the very underrated Death to Smoochy, Danny Devito has shown himself to be a highly diverse performer.
What was the attraction of playing Buddy Hall in Deck the Halls?Read More
Kristin Davis has agreed to join the cast of the new comedy, Deck the Halls for Regency Enterprises. Arrested Development's Alia Shawkat (Maeby) and twins Sabrina and Kelly Aldridge have also signed on.
John Whitesell is directing Deck the Halls; a winter holiday 2006 is set for release.Read More