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Matthew Broderick

Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP)
Matthew Broderick, born March 21, 1962, is a film actor most notable for playing the lead role in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Boston's Tinseltown Walk

    Boston's Tinseltown Walk
    Now more than ever, we need a break — an occasional respite from our everyday lives. Yes, a "daycation" — a day spent away from the office or job site, and away from chores, just to relax and play. Once again this summer, we are taking one day...
  • Sundance announces premieres and special screenings

    Sundance announces premieres and special screenings
    The Sundance Film Festival may occasionally take itself too seriously, but judging from the lineup of premieres and special screenings announced Thursday, the festival has no trouble poking fun at Hollywood. Several high-profile films set either in the...
  • Where the art of the deal, art of film face off

    "Three days of work, two days of snowboarding." That's the plan of at least one pasty Irish visitor, the writer-director Martin McDonagh, who arrives alongside an estimated 52,000 other people this week for the 30th annual schuss of the Sundance Film...
  • Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick to have twins via surrogate

  • Movie Review: 'Charlie Bartlett'

    "Charlie Bartlett" would like to be "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" for the 21st century. I have seen "Ferris Bueller." And you Mr. Bartlett, are no Ferris Bueller. Granted, there are some similarities. Charlie Bartlett (Anton Yelchin) is a high school...
  • Sarah Jessica Parker Hurt by 'Unsexiest Woman' Label

    The life of a celebrity isn't always fun, especially when the media takes pot shots at your sex appeal. Sarah Jessica Parker was extremely upset that Maxim magazine had named her the "unsexiest woman alive" last fall. In an interview with Grazia...
  • Michelle Obama v. Cindy McCain: Ratings

     
    by Mark Silva Michelle Obama, wife of the Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee, has a higher public profile - though people say they have heard a lot of negative things about her. Cindy McCain, wife of the Republicans' presumptive nominee,....
  • A starry evening with Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig

     
    When "A Steady Rain" opened last night on Broadway, you could almost feel the heat from New York all the way in California. Keith Huff's drama features the sparest of sets and only two characters who play lifelong friends and......
  • Daniel Radcliffe reportedly prepping for stage musical 'How to Succeed in Business'

     
    As fans of the "Harry Potter" films will surely attest, Daniel Radcliffe, who created the on-screen role of the young wizard, has those "cool, clear eyes of a seeker of wisdom and truth." That's also a refrain from "I Believe......
  • Will Daniel Radcliffe be a wiz at singing in a Broadway show?

     
    Daniel Radcliffe may have found his first post-"Harry Potter" role with this news from Variety that he is to lead a December staged reading in Gotham of the Tony-winning tuner "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." Radcliffe will play the...
  • 'Predators' and Adrien Brody hunt for action-film credibility

     
    Patrick Goldstein at our sister blog, The Big Picture, was deeply puzzled by the news that Oscar winner Adrien Brody is taking on the lead role in "Predators," producer Robert Rodriguez's revisiting of the alien-hunter franchise. Here's an excerpt: The......
  • Movie review: The Tale of Despereaux -- 2 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: The Tale of Despereaux -- 2 out of 5 stars
    The Tale of Despereaux talks a good game. It talks and talks and talks. This fairy tale cartoon, based on Kate DiCamillo's Newbery Medal-winning novel, makes for a cluttered, static film with images so vivid that the nose of the hero mouse named...