A world-famous soccer coach has been murdered and his priceless ring has been stolen - a ring set with the stunning diamond known as the Pink Panther. The French government needs a master detective to solve the crime and recover the gem...but he's not available, so they recruit Inspector Jacques Clouseau. Comic superstar Steve Martin stars as Clouseau in an all-new adventure of THE PINK PANTHER. A stunning pop star (Beyoncé), a soccer player, a Chinese assassin - who committed the crime? And can anyone solve the case? Clouseau and his partner, Ponton (Reno), must unmask the murderer and keep their boss, Dreyfus (Kline), from taking credit for the victory, all without bringing the French legal system to a screeching halt. Get ready to be tickled pink.
Sony likes to see green but they were very excited that consumers saw Pink last in week.
Also breaking the top 10 on the First Alert 20 were Dave Chappelle's Block Party (No. 4), Aquamarine (No. 5) and Neil Young: Heart of Gold came in at No. 9.Read More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Inspector Clouseau bumbled his way to the top of the boxoffice as Steve Martin's The Pink Panther debuted with an estimated $21.7 million to lead a rush of new releases.
New Line's horror sequel Final Destination 3 ran a close second with about $20.1 million, followed by Universal's animated Curious George at No. 3 with approximately $15.3 million and the Warner Bros. thriller Firewall starring Harrison Ford in fourth with roughly $13.8 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.Read More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony Pictures Releasing said Monday that it has moved the summer release of its upcoming The Pink Panther from its scheduled Aug. 5 date to Feb. 10.
The Shawn Levy-helmed comedy, starring Steve Martin in the role made famous by Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau, was the one of the films absorbed by Sony when it acquired MGM in April.Read More
The Flash: According to Variety, after collaborating with Warner Bros. on its upcoming Batman Begins pic, David Goyer is mining the vaults of DC Comics once again.
Goyer has committed to write, produce and direct a feature adaptation of the story of DC Comics hero the Flash for Warner Bros. Pictures.Read More
The Pink Panther: According to Variety, MGM moved back the release date of its The Pink Panther pic from July 22nd to September 23rd.
Prompting the move was Sony's decision to shift The Legend of Zorro off the September date, which in turn was a response to Pixar and Disney moving Cars to summer 2006. "Zorro" will now unspool Nov. 4, the date on which Cars was previously to bow.Read More
Picabo Biopic: According to Variety, director Jon Amiel and producer David Foster have made a deal to turn the life of Olympic downhill skier Picabo Street into a feature.
Born and raised in a hippie commune, Street overcame great odds to become a champion skier. Street won the gold medal at the 1998 Olympics in Nagano, Japan, but it was uphill from there.Read More
My Wife Is a Gangster 3: According to Variety, House of Flying Daggers thesp Zhang Ziyi will star in My Wife Is a Gangster 3, a co-production between China Film Group and South Korea's Hyun Jin Cinema.
The $9 million pic will be helmed by Cho Jin-gyu, who directed the original "Gangster" in 2001. Miramax bought remake rights to that pic, one of South Korea's biggest hits with 5.3 million viewers.Read More
Movie PictureLatino Review has leaked the first look at the teaser one-sheet for the upcoming remake of The Pink Panther.
The film, starring Steve Martin, Kevin Kline, Beyonce Knowles, Jean Reno, Emily Mortimer, Kristin Chenoweth and Henry Czerny, is scheduled to hit theaters on July 22nd, 2005.Read More