Director, producer, music video director
Brett Ratner (born March 28, 1969) is an American filmmaker and music video director. He is known for directing the Rush Hour film series, The Family Man, Red Dragon, X-Men: The Last Stand, and Tower Heist. He was also a producer on the Fox drama series, Prison Break, as well as...Wikipedia
Born: 28th March, 1969, Miami Beach, Florida
Height: 5' 8½" (174 cm)
Claim to Fame: Rush Hour Franchise, Red Dragon, Jessica Simpson `Boots,,, music video, X-Men 3
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Barbara Palvin is a beautiful Hungarian model She has enjoyed a fairly successful career to date Barbara has a very promising future ahead of her We have seen so many young, beautiful and talented models coming through in the industry over the past few years and, while some of them have failed to go on to realise their potential, there are others who are really making a name for themselves on the modelling scene. One of those models, who has seen her star rising over the past few years, is the beautiful Hungarian model Barbara Palvin, who has a huge future ahead... Read More
Posted by kitty1119 2 weeks ago
Elizabeth Peña, who recently completed work on El Rey Network’s Matador, has died. Her film credits included Rush Hour, La Bamba, and The Incredibles. She was 55.
Her nephew, Latino Review writer Mario-Francisco Robles, shared the news in an obituary on the site. He said Peña died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. No cause of death was immediately available.
Hollywood’s Notable Deaths of 2014
In John Sayles’ Lone Star (1996), Peña was memorable as the history teacher who rekindles a teenage love affair with... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 4 months ago
Tuesday 17 Dec 2013 5:01 pm
Cheeky Irishman Niall Horan has been romantically linked to Hungarian underwear model Barbara Palvin.
But who exactly is she? And is she good enough for everyone’s favourite Irish member of One Direction?
We investigate in the latest Hitch or Ditch.
Everyone knows who 20-year-old Niall Horan is. What? You don’t? How? Ok. He was selected by Katy Perry on a TV talent show called The X Factor in 2010. He sucked as a solo artist but then Simon Cowell decided if he teamed him with other not-so-good soloists Harry Styles,... Read More
Posted by kitty1119 1 year ago
Eddie Murphy has hinted he wants to retire from acting. The `Beverly Hills Cop` actor is considering returning to his previous career as a stand-up comedian.
He told TV show `Extra`: "Thirty years and I have close to 50 movies and it is like, `Why am I in the movies? I`ve done that part now. I`ll go back to the stage and do stand-up.`"
Although Eddie, 47, confirmed `Beverly Hills Cop 4` is in production, he admitted he didn`t want to do it because it "wasn`t ready to be done."
The actor also confessed he isn`t a fan of `Beverly Hills Cop 3` but was... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 6 years ago
May 29, 2008 First Indiana Jones, now Beverly Hills Cop! The AP is reporting that Paramount Pictures has given the `ok` to make a fourth installment of the `80s hit franchise Beverly Hills Cop, with Eddie Murphy reviving the role that made him a bonefied movie star. Brett Ratner is in talks to direct the film, which is expected to begin filming next year for a summer 2010 release. Murphy,47, reportedly approached the studio about reviving the film series in which he plays a Detroit police detective who ends up chasing criminals in Beverly Hills. The... Read More
Posted by NewsHound 6 years ago
Favorite film director is Hal Ashby.
Was in pre-production for a remake of John Cassavetes' The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) after he finished Rush Hour (1998). It was to be written by Cassavetes' son, Nick Cassavetes and Warren Beatty was set to star. Ratner left the project when he was offered The Family Man (2000).
A comedy about the fine art of losing
An improvisational comedy using a handful of actors playing characters competing in an actual poker tournament.
In an action movie, I don`t want to move the camera too much, because the movement should be within the frame. The same goes for comedy. You don`t want to push in for a joke; it`s plenty in a medium shot. Watch my jokes, they`re never in close-up. If the audience feels the camera, it`s horrible.
It`s been very important for me to stick to the tone. I feel so reverential to the first two [movies], I`m not reinventing anything that`s already been done.