What makes for the ultimate road trip? Hitchhiking, truck stops, angry bears, prickly porcupines and a golfing goose with a duck caddy. Just ask Kate and Humphrey, two wolves who are trying to get home after being taken by park rangers and shipped halfway across the country. Humphrey is an Omega wolf, whose days are about quick wit, snappy one-liners and hanging with his motley crew of fun-loving wolves and video-gaming squirrels. Kate is an Alpha: duty, discipline and sleek Lara Croft eye-popping moves fuel her fire. Humphrey’s motto – make ‘em laugh. Kate’s motto – I’m the boss. And they have a thousand miles to go. Back home rival wolf packs are on the march and conflict is brewing. Only Kate and Humphrey can restore the peace. But first, they have to survive each other.
Alpha and Omega Release Date: September 17, 2010. website
Dennis Hopper Receives Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame. A very frail-looking Dennis Hopper has accepted his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday. The Oscar nominee, who is battling prostate cancer and an acrimonious divorce from soon-to-be wife Victoria Duffy, arrived in a wheelchair to receive the 2,403rd star. The 73-year-old veteran star was greeted by fans and supported by his fellow film superstars, including Jack Nicholson, Viggo Mortensen, David Lunch and Michael Madsen. Hopper thanked Hollywood for being his “home” and “schooling,” saying, “Everything I learned in life I learned from you and the wonderful world that I traveled and saw… well, I got it all from you.. This has been my home and my school. And I love all of you. I just want to thank you.” “This means so much to me, and thank you very much, everyone.” Hopper has been given permission by his doctors to attend the ceremony. His 7-year-old daughter Galen and 19-year-old son Henry were also there to celebrate the honor.
Dennis Hopper reportedly has been rushed to a New York hospital. Sources tell Entertainment Tonight that the actor arrived in an ambulance at the emergency room of a Manhattan hospital. He was seen wearing an oxygen mask and with numerous tubes visible. And although that sounds eerily like that infamous scene from “Blue Velvet,” one of Hopper’s most memorable roles, we hope and pray his condition isn’t serious. Say prayers for the Hollywood icon, Oscar-nominated for co-writing 1969′s “Easy Rider” and for his role in 1986′s “Hoosiers.” Hopper is currently starring in a TV version of “Crash,” with Eric Roberts, on the Starz channel. It premiered Sept. 18.