Thursday, July 10, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Movies

About a decade ago, Tina Fey released Mean Girls—a film that ultimately came to define the teenage experience for a generation, thanks mainly to the Upper Darby High School-influenced antics shown on screen. Now, Fey returns to Delco for the film’s tenth anniversary with a special screening and Q&A session.
It's summer, and in Philadelphia, as in many cities across the land, that means open-air movies, many of them free.
The bench featured in hit movie The Fault In Our Stars has been returned after it went missing in Amsterdam last week.
LONDON (AP) - Harry Potter is back - mysterious, married, and going gray.
NEW YORK (AP) - Harrison Ford's injury will cause production on "Star Wars: Episode VII" to be suspended for two weeks.
NEW YORK (AP) - The Fourth of July went off like a dud at the box office, as the Michael Bay sequel "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and the Melisa McCarthy comedy "Tammy" led the weakest summer holiday weekend in at least a decade.
Also in Tattle: ‘Star Wars’ takes two-week break, hires two new cast members, celebrities on the 4th, Jessica Simpson weds.
Given the sacrosanct aura that's developed around pretty much everything to do with the Beatles over the last half-century, it seems unbelievable that anything related to them might have gone missing.
Hollywood's summer at the box office isn't just missing nearly 20 percent of last summer's revenue. It's lacking swagger.