Orlando Bloom has been out of the spotlight of starring roles for a few years, but he’s about to reclaim his throne as the king of period pieces in William Nunez’s “The Laureate.”
The star of ‘Two And a Half Men’ was rushed to LA area hospital Cedars-Sinai with stomach pains early this morning.
Josh Duhamel, the handsome-white-guy-from-the-thing, has been added to the cast of Garry Marshall’s New Years Eve, joining the likes of Robert De Niro, Ashton Kutcher, and Jessica Biel, among others.
Brian De Palma, legendary director of ‘Body Double’, ‘Scarface’, and ‘Carrie’, has signed on to direct ‘Passion’, a remake of last year’s foreign film ‘Crime d’amour’.
The multimillionaires are forming an unholy union that would put Smith’s hair-whipping daughter in a ‘re-imagining’ of the musical ‘Annie’.
What does it take to send ‘Glee’ creator Ryan Murphy into an expletive laced tirade? Deny him the right to turn a song of yours into a “number” on his hit show, that’s what.
Chloe Moretz has been tweeting up a storm lately, most recently to say that she’s in New York. Why, New York, you ask? To shoot an episode of NBC’s “30 Rock!”
Jersey Shore is going to have a fourth season, and there’s nothing you or anyone else can do about it except hunker down and brace for impact.
Due to pressure from the Parents’ Television Association, Subway is the most recent advertiser to pull out of the racy MTV show ‘Skins’. Pun very much intended.
The Paul Rudd-starring comedy My Idiot Brother sold for a cool $7 million, with plans for not only a wide release, but $15 million devoted to marketing.
Kevin Smith is going to turn a profit on his new film Red State on his own terms. The director is taking his film on the road in the coming months, screening it in several cities before its official release date in October.
The awards that celebrate that absolute worst in cinema are coming soon, and 2010 was a real banner year for cinematic excrement. Hollywood really outdid itself this year!
Antoine Dodson, of ‘Bed Intruder’ fame(?), is the subject of a new reality TV show. Hide your networks, hide your ratings, cuz they makin’ pilots out of everrrrrrrything up in here.
What ‘About Last Night’? Something about sex, most likely.
Movie reviews won’t be the only thing Roger Ebert will be premiering on his New PBS show ‘Ebert Presents at the Movies’. Ebert, who lost his lower jaw to thyroid cancer in 2006, will be showing off his new facial prosthesis on his new public television program.
Is it time to see if another comedian can not only act in a not-completely-slapstick role, but also SING? Well, it’s that time for Russell Brand, who is the newest purported cast addition to ‘Rock of Ages’.
Paul W.S. Anderson’s The Three Musketeers is coming, and there are two brand new photo to prove it!
The John Cusack film The Raven, in which the beloved actor portrays Edgar Allan Poe, has been acquired by Relativity Media.
The Man’s Guide To Love, a website boasting man-on-the-street video testimonials of various males explain what love means to them, is getting the big screen and book treatment.
Alexander Payne, director of such melancholy comedy classics as About Schmidt and Sideways, is returning to similar thematic territory with the road trip comedy Nebraska.
Robert Downey Jr. has signed on to lend his voice to the bespectacled genius dog Mr. Peabody in ‘Peabody and Sherman’, the CGI big screen adaptation of the beloved animated shorts from “The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.”
Ben Foster, last seen blowing up all manner of things in this month’s The Mechanic, has been added to the cast of Fernando Meirelles’ slightly more highbrow film ‘360’.
Ron Howard appeared on Howard Stern yesterday and was very forthcoming with details about his upcoming 6-hour miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s epic series The Dark Tower, including casting ideas and platform specifics.
Eva Mendes is set to star in a Spanish Language film called Anxiety, which begins shooting next month in Vancouver.
A handful of rather high profile films have been added to the lineup of March’s South by Southwest film festival, including Greg Mottola’s Paul, Jodie Foster’s The Beaver, and a new documentary entitled Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop.
Shane Black has been tapped by Warner Brothers to direct his follow up to 2005’s Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, an adaptation of his favorite Japanese Manga: Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s Death Note.
Tom Cruise is getting ready for his next quirky supporting role, this time as over the top rock superstar Stacee Jax in director Adam Shankman’s New Line adaptation of the smash Broadway musical Rock of Ages. Are fans clamoring to see Cruise belt out hair metal hits?
In a move that will surprise no one, CBS has ordered three more seasons of their massively successful 3 camera sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.
Sony reportedly will not make a third Ghostbusters movie without Bill Murray, and the star, who has a reputation for being, ahem, very selective, has yet to sign on since being delivered the script recently.
Taylor Lautner has recently signed on to star in eight hundred and forty seven upcoming films, including Incarceron, a strange but interesting sounding young adult lit adaptation about Lautner romancing the daughter of a warden on a prison planet.