The Boy Next Door

Fatal Attractions: The Sordid History of Sexy Stalker Movies

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by Adam Nayman 6 days ago
Paramount
Like most things these days, it all comes back to Clint Eastwood. ‘American Sniper’ reigns supreme at the box office, and the only movie that would seem to have a fighting chance of dislodging it from the top spot this weekend—the Jennifer Lopez thriller ‘The Boy Next Door’—owes its very existence to the movie that Eastwood was finishing up when he got cast as “Dirty” Harry Callahan. That’d be ‘Play Misty for Me,’ which has earned its place in cinema history as the answer to a trivia question—What was two-time Academy Award winner Clint Eastwood’s first movie as a director?—but is also one of the most influential American movies of the 1970s; the primal scene of an endlessly replenishing sub-genre of sexy stalker movies.

‘The Boy Next Door’ Trailer: Jennifer Lopez Just Can’t Shake That ‘Step Up’ Hottie

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by Nick Romano December 30, 2014 @ 10:12 AM
Universal
Universal has released its 'The Boy Next Door' trailer, proving once again that 45-year-old Jennifer Lopez is still one hot tamale. We've seen her steam up our computer screens with that music video for "I Luh Yah Papi," in which she manhandled all her numerous boy toys, but now she's in way too deep with her smokin' hot but super-underage next-door neighbor.

'Warcraft' Blinks and Moves Away From 'Star Wars: Episode 7' as Universal Dates Future Titles

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by Damon Houx November 27, 2013 @ 5:35 PM
Blizzard
Duncan Jones' 'Warcraft' was originally scheduled for release on December 18, 2015, which it called before 'Star Wars: Episode 7' announced when it would be hitting theaters (many thought the new 'Star Wars' would go with mid-May as with all the previous films). But now that 'Episode 7' has picked the same weekend, 'Warcraft' blinked and has moved to March 11, 2016.