Mother's Day

‘Mother’s Day’ Is the Next Holiday Garry Marshall Will Make a Movie About

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by Matt Singer 3 hours ago
Warner Bros.
What is the worst franchise in Hollywood? Transformers? Alvin and the Chipmunks? Underworld? They’re all pretty crummy, but they pale before the abject awfulness of the unnamed franchise Garry Marshall’s been working on for the last couple years, where he takes a holiday everyone loves, cast a bunch of movie stars everyone loves, and puts them in a terrible, terrible movie that everyone hates (but which make a ton of money). First came Valentine’s Day featuring Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Garner, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Biel, and Jamie Foxx, and it was bad. Then there was New Year’s Day, with Halle Berry, Katherine Heigl, Zac Efron, Michelle Pfeiffer, Hilary Swank, and Robert freaking De Niro and it was, somehow, much, much worse. Now Marshall’s reign of calendarian terror will continue with Mother’s Day.

'Star Wars' Pancakes for Mother's Day Breakfast (In Case Your Mom is a Geek)

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by Melissa Molina May 12, 2012 @ 7:00 AM
Saipancakes/20th Century Fox
It's the morning of Mother's Day and you're not entirely sure what you should make. You look through your pantry and the refrigerator, trying to find the right breakfast food and your eyes land on the pancake mix, perfect!
If you were looking to give your mom a great gift for Mother's Day, why shouldn't it be these awesome 'Star Wars' pancakes? Perfect for any geeky son, daughter or even mom.

Rebecca De Mornay Knows Best in 'Mother's Day' Trailer

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by Damon Houx March 26, 2012 @ 9:12 PM
Anchor Bay Entertainment
We've seen a number of films that have stuck on the shelf hit theaters in the last couple months. Kenneth Lonegran's 'Margaret' was filmed in 2005, and came out six years after the fact, Eddie Murphy's 'A Thousand Words' hits theaters three weeks ago after being shot in 2008. Which makes 'Mother's Day' turn in the closet seem altogether brief. It first screened in December of 2009. Now there's a trailer.