To celebrate the release of The Hangover III on Blu-ray/DVD, we bring you the seven most sinfully delicious films featuring Las Vegas.
Last Vegas starring de Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline packs quite the star punch, and surprisingly, still does a spiry, tough de Niro
The Manzoni crime family is hiding in the witness protection program. Unfortunately, Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Dianna Agron fall into old habits.
Beloved Robert De Niro has disrespected and scolded rapper Jay-Z, causing him to retaliate via the NY Power 105 radio show. Check out the details here.
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We tried a Gary Busey/Abraham Lincoln mash-up, but Abe just didn’t have the teeth for it.
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence team up in this quirky comedy that was widely praised at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Entourage crew, Jonah Hill, Ron Burgundy and others react to Dana White’s news that UFC 151 is canceled. Warning: Language is not suitable for work.
Robert De Niro and 50 Cent continue the onscreen romance they started with 2008’s Righteous Kill in the cop drama Freelancers.
“You talkin’ to me, mouse? You talkin’ to me mouse?” The f%*$ers and screwheads of NYC don’t seem so bad when you’ve got a pair of Mousketeer ears on.
Party hard with Project X, laugh fitfully with Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie, shoot ’em up with Let the Bullets Fly and watch De Niro get his mojo back with Being Flynn.
Bradley Cooper takes a drug that makes him smart and sexy and then people start shooting at him in this heavy-handed thriller/PSA.
This weekend swings for the fences with Moneyball, crashes through panes of glass with Killer Elite, saves the children with Machine Gun Preacher and spins the black circle with Pearl Jam Twenty.
Robert De Niro leads an amazing car chase from Double-Cross City to Triple-Cross Town in the late John Frankenheimer’s manly thriller.