Many of the greatest movie actors began as basketball stars. That’s why they study ‘Space Jam’ and the filmography of Shaquille O’Neal in every film history class.
Thanks to Dead Island, there will be a movie based on a commercial for a video game, which tops the list of “Retarded Things To Option,” blowing past the former #1: “Twitter Account.”
Ready to jump from making TV shows about teens to making movies about teens, writer/producer Josh Schwartz (“Gossip Girl”) will make his feature debut with the Halloween comedy ‘Fun Size’.
I think potential hardcore fans are already planning the “save this show” campaign, for when it inevitably gets cancelled too soon.
If you ever wondered what David Blaine would be like if he used his powers of illusionating for evil, instead of dicking around in water tanks, then you’re gonna love ‘Now You See Me.’
Noyce gave up the chance to direct the sequel to ‘Salt’ and chose this submarine movie instead. I guess once you know who Salt is, nothing else about that film really matters.
Master Shifu is very displeased.
You’d think a name like that would put his headshot and resume in the “???” pile, but it turns out McNairy (‘Art School Confidential’) is a hot name right now.
As we thought, the rumors about Scorsese directing ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ this summer were as reliable as a Bernie Madoff. “Alright then, wiseguy. What is his next project?”
From football siren to inviso-jet flyin’, Palicki (‘Friday Night Lights’) has been tapped (yeah, she has – *high fives*) to star in NBC’s “Wonder Woman” pilot.
Looks like Warner execs just kicked Snyder into the pit on this one.
Kelly will take on a more straightforward narrative with his new film ‘Corpus Christi’, though the plot description makes me wonder if deviations into “Fluid Karma” territory are inevitable.
This news is as suspicious as a check signed by Frank Abagnale Jr. However, it’s juicier than a bottle of red prison wine, so we’re letting you know about it. Proceed with caution.
Universal picked Kimberly Pierce (‘Boys Don’t Cry’) to direct a new ‘one-of-these-guys-is-not-like-the-others’ story.
I think I might see ‘1911’ just to support a man who’s been killing himself for the world’s enjoyment since 1964.
Radcliffe is going full-on, boring old muggle in one of his new post-Harry Potter roles.
Here they come, the Men In Black… galaxy delayers…
My Man ‘Friday’ has more projects in the pipeline. He’s in talks to star in ’21 Jump Street’ and he’s driving around town with his car-related directing vehicle.
Since “The Great Arnold Schwarzenegger Tweet of 2011,” offers have been coming in for the former Kindergarden Cop.
All you have to know is that it’s indie and I liked it before anyone else did.
It’s probably not too late for Walker to arrogantly hop into his Subaru WRX STI, drive away and pretend you never agreed to anything.
Marvel nerds assemble… in New Mexico.
The coupling of Caruso and the smart, deep story of ‘Preacher’ sounds as unnatural as sex between an angel and a demon.
It’s a stop-motion animated (good) story that Burton made up (very good) about a well-meaning boy who turns his dog into a monster.
The now “cult classic” movie-musical about singing newsboys is coming to The Great White… New Jersey.
Like a ripped, shirtless teen transforming into a vampire after a bite, the movie industry has been transformed into something awful by ‘Twilight.’
Based on the director’s recent work, I’m guessing the Texas-based drama a lot of product placement for Texaco and maybe propane companies.
Rob Riggle wins the Super Bowl of acting gigs, starring in a potentially very lucrative CBS sitcom.
The director cameos as a car named John Lassetire, which I’m told is a clever pun, but I don’t get it at all. What’s a “Lassetire?” It’s like solving the DaVinci Code, you guys.
If you’re too young to remember, a gentleman by the name of Barack Obama (‘Mythbusters’) was running for a little title called the President of the United States of America.