Lars Von Trier now has a way to bring his latest depressive episode to you.
James Franco does art too.
Someone else thinks he deserves a directorial credit on The Room.
Try to resist the urge to find the closest nerd and noogie him until he begs for mercy.
Nicholas Hoult, the adorable child star of About A Boy, tragically not afflicted with a disorder that keeps him looking like a child his entire life, is now a full-fledged adult male actor.
James Wan is going to be eating well for a while.
Director David Fincher’s upcoming The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is continuing to announce new cast members, even though it’s set to premiere at the end of 2011.
Breaking! Secondary celebrity Bradley Cooper has his next project in the works!
John Turturro has signed on to play Francesco Bernoulli, rival to Owen Wilson’s Lightning McQueen.
Tom McCarthy’s Win Win got a lot of buzz at Sundance, and now he’s working on a new project, writing the script for Million Dollar Arm.
Joel and Ethan Coen are reportedly considering doing a full-on horror movie.
They’re getting around to ‘The Kid Who Knew Too Much.’
Alex Pettyfer, the star of the upcoming ‘I Am Number Four,’ seems to think that he’s Number One.
Richard Jenkins, from that one movie with the girl, is joining Brad Pitt and Sam Rockwell in the mob card game movie ‘Cogan’s Trade.’
Meryl Streep’s next project will feature her acting.
Julia Roberts to laugh evilly for a change.
Dakota Fanning just wants to dance tonight.
When Keith Olbermann announced that he planned for even less people to see him on TV on a nightly basis by leaving his MSNBC show, many thought that it couldn’t be done.
Robert Redford wants to be bigger than Bieber.
The 2011 Writers Guild Award winners are a lot of familiar names and faces.
Start hoarding your Robin t-shirts now.
Here’s hoping Cobie Smulders looks good in an eyepatch.
Oh right, it’s Ursa.
Dreamboat and singer/possible dancer Jesse McCartney now has his next project McCartneyed up.
Marvel has released a new poster for ‘Captain America,’ and it might make you sad.
Zombies Ate My Neighbors will be in a theater near you before too long.
Tirelessly versatile auteur Rob Zombie has his next project lined up.
Who among us hasn’t had to deal with some embarrassing “Office”-style faux pas from one of the elderly individuals in our lives?
A comic book being adapted into a movie? You read it here first!
Mike Newell is in talks to work on a “fresh and new” movie adaptation of ‘Great Expectations.’