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Box office preview: 'Shaggy' remake best in show - The Hollywood Reporter 3/10/06

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  • Box office preview: 'Shaggy' remake best in show - The Hollywood Reporter 3/10/06

    March 10, 2006
    The Hollywood Reporter

    Boxoffice preview: 'Shaggy' remake best in show

    Theater marquees will be touting three new wide releases this weekend, but moviegoers might feel a tinge of deja vu as two are remakes from decades ago. Each of the new films carries a different MPAA rating and genre, appealing to distinct audience segments.
    The film most observers agree will land in first place is the one with the oldest pedigree -- pun intended. Walt Disney Pictures tapped into its venerable boxoffice vault of past hits and produced a remake of "The Shaggy Dog" which originally debuted in 1959 with Fred MacMurray and Annette Funicello in the cast. This time, Tim Allen takes a walk on the furry side with Brian Robbins in the director's chair for the PG-rated comedy that Buena Vista will release in 3,501 theaters. (Brian Fuson)
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr..._id=1002156079
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