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‘Vacation’ TV Spinoff ‘The Griswolds’ in the Works at HBO Max

Johnny Galecki is offering a new take on National Lampoon's beloved 'Vacation' franchise to HBO Max, titled 'The Griswolds.'

Russia Box Office: ‘Transporter Refueled’ Debuts on Top

The Russian horror film 'The Queen of Spades' is in second place.

Russia Box Office: ‘Hitman: Agent 47’ Debuts On Top

A local film, 'Serafima's Extraordinary Travel,' reaches the top five for the first time in weeks.

Russia Box Office: ‘Vacation’ Debuts on Top

Overall August numbers have been disappointing in the country.

‘Vacation’: 5 Most Memorable Callbacks to the Original Film

Clark and Rusty both have a way with attractive women in convertibles.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,’ ‘Vacation’ and More

Read what THR's critics are saying about Jason Segel's 'The End of the Tour' and the Katherine Heigl starrer 'Jenny's Wedding.'

National Lampoon Plans Its Own Reboot: “We Want to Do Business”

The humor publisher is looking for "a Spielberg, a Warner Bros. or Fox" to invest and develop the brand.

Read John Hughes’ Original National Lampoon Vacation Story That Started the Movie Franchise

In 1979, the magazine published the future director's fictitious tale of a family trip gone horribly awry ("If Dad hadn't shot Walt Disney in the leg, it would have been our best vacation ever")…

Box Office: ‘Vacation’ Hits the Road Wednesday With So-So $3.8M

The New Line Comedy got a head start on 'Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation' by opening Wednesday.

Box Office Preview: ‘Vacation’ Gets a Jump on ‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’

The reboot of the iconic National Lampoon comedy franchise, starring Ed Helms and Christina Applegate, opens Wednesday.

‘Vacation’ Reunites Griswolds at L.A. Premiere

The film features Ed Helms and Christina Applegate along with Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo.

‘Vacation’: Film Review

Ed Helms plays the grown son of Chevy Chase in this raunchy follow-up to the 1983 movie created by John Hughes and director Harold Ramis.