‘The King’s Speech’ wins big, much to the surprise of no one.
M. Night Shyamalan is on his way to making Razzie history.
More awards, more gift baskets, more crying losers.
FX finally realizes that superheroes are awesome.
Henry Selick is working on another horror-tinged stop-motion animation film that will try to terrify children into post-traumatic stress.
Seth MacFarlane’s upcoming comedy Ted appears to be adding ringers to its cast by the day.
James Franco is going to try acting in a movie for a change.
Actors are apparently lined up around the block to get chewed up by the aliens in Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’.
Get your mouse finger ready.
Patrick Wilson and James Marsden are getting a ‘Loft’ together.
Stephen Root should be in more movies, so this is good news.
Wolfgang Petersen has signed on to direct ‘Old Man’s War’.
America’s Least Objectionable Filmmaker Chris Columbus is apparently a fan of the cinema of Korea.
Noted neurophysiologist and Dadaist poet James Franco has unveiled his latest work.
Giovanni Ribisi is “obsessed with Ted.”
Charlie Sheen thinks he should be paid more to do ‘Major League 3′.
DJ Caruso might end up wishing he’d stuck to making movies about things no one cares about.
David O. Russell would be the James Franco of movie directors if it weren’t inevitable that James Franco will be a movie director.
News that might make you rethink your plans for a summer trip to Latvia.
Kevin Costner might be moving to Metropolis.
This weekend, it was all about the Neeson.
“What’s an Eddie?” I can almost hear you thinking silently to yourself.
The Great Three-Dimensional Gatsby.
Robert Downey Jr. is a man who appreciates the finer and more literate things in life. And apparently he finally finished reading ‘Inherent Vice’.
Finally, something to be thankful for.
The bros who put ‘The King’s Speech’ together might be working on another joint.
Juliette Binoche is getting in on that sweet Pattinson action.
The live-action ‘Akira’ will have a dash of Kloves in it.
Ferdinand the Bull is about to go Hollywood.
Another day, another remake announcement.