Night at the Museum


A bumbling security guard at the Museum of Natural History accidentally lets loose an ancient curse that causes the animals and insects on display to come to life and wreak havoc.

‘Night at the Museum’ Screenwriters Confirmed to Write the Sequel

Balls Of Fury screenwriters Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant have confirmed to us that they have just started writing Fox's Night at the Museum 2.

Night at the Museum has grossed over $500 million worldwide and the site reports that both Ben Stiller and Robin Williams are signed on to the sequel.

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‘Because I Said So’ Rules the Sales Charts

Movie PictureIt was an interesting week on the sales and rental charts.

In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, Universal's Because I Said So was No. 1 on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart. Holding strong for the third week in a row on Home Media Magazine's rental chart was Fox Home Entertainment's Night at the Museum.

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‘Dreamgirls’ Is Loved at the Top of the Sales Charts

Buyers wanted to Dream last week!

Fox Home Entertainment still had a lot to smile about as Night at the Museum took the No. 2 spot in sales. Lionsgate saw Happily N'Ever After debut in the No. 4 slot. Universal had to feel pretty good about seeing Alpha Dog place at No. 6 and The Hitcher at No. 7.

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‘Night at the Museum’ Is Tops in DVD Sales and Rentals!

Movie PictureThey should rename the film "Week At the Top of the Video Charts"!

In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, Fox Home Entertainment's Night at the Museum easily took the top positions "on Nielsen VideoScan's First Alert DVD sales chart for the week ending April 29" and Home Media Magazine's rental chart.

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EXCLUSIVE: Mickey Rooney Reflects on ‘Night at the Museum’!

With a film that he played a big supporting role in grossing over $240 million dollars, 86 year old Mickey Rooney is just as excited about performing as he ever was. In the family friendly Night at the Museum, Rooney stars with fellow legends Dick Van Dyke and Bill Cobbs as night watchmen in a very special museum. The film follows Larry Daley (Ben Stiller), a bumbling security guard at the Museum of Natural History, who accidentally lets loose an ancient curse that causes the animals and insects on display to come to life and wreak havoc.

Mickey Rooney recently took some time to sit down with us and discuss making the film, why audiences fell in love with it and what he's working on now.

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CONTEST: Own ‘Night at the Museum’ on DVD!

Movie PictureOn April 24 get prepared for one crazy adventure when Night at the Museum comes to DVD! To celebrate this release we are giving away copies of it.

CLICK HERE to enter our contest!

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Thomas Lennon on Sequels to the ‘Reno 911!’ and ‘Night at the Museum’ Movies caught up with actor and screenwriter Thomas Lennon, who both plays Lieutenant Jim Dangle in the Reno 911! series as well as co-writer of the Night at the Museum screenplay. Here are the highlights of what the actor revealed:Just got off the CB with Thomas Lennon, one of the chaps behind the Reno 911! phenomenon, who filled me in a little on what he's got coming up in the future. It's looking pretty sunny on his side of the fence.


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‘Night at the Museum’ Comes Alive on DVD April 24!

Prepare to take a night off in April!

Night at the Museum, the "romping, stomping good ride" (San Francisco Chronicle) hit, action-comedy that stayed in the top five at the box-office for 8 weeks, comes to DVD on April 24, 2007 from Fox Home Entertainment featuring a wild collection of extras. Ben Stiller (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Meet the Parents, There's Something About Mary) stars as Larry Daley, an unlucky, yet hopeful dreamer who takes a job as a graveyard-shift security guard at the famous museum. When it closes at night, Larry soon learns that things are not what they seem when a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton wants to play fetch, an Easter Island monolith talks to him and Attila The Hun attacks. With the museum denizens loose and not wanting to lose his job, Larry turns to a re-animated wax figure of President Theodore Roosevelt (played by Oscar®-winner Robin Williams, Best Supporting Actor, Good Will Hunting, 1998) to help save the museum. Night at the Museum also stars Paul Rudd (The 40-Year-Old Virgin) and some of Hollywood's all-time favorite comedians Dick Van Dyke (The Dick Van Dyke Show, Diagnosis Murder) and Mickey Rooney (The Black Stallion).

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