Producers promise (threaten?) the film will be like ‘Taken’ with elements of ‘The Hangover’. Alex Pettyfer is no Chris Tucker.
Levine is following the time-tested career arc of “NYC pot dealer-movie to zombie romance-movie to sci-fi blockbuster.” How cliché.
Between ‘Gattaca’ and this film, from now on, when you think “dystopia,” think Andrew Niccol.
He reminds us of a simpler time when “The Daily Show” wasn’t all up its own ass with politics.
Is America ready to forgive him for what he did to Wayne and Garth?
Tim Robbins and Mark Ruffalo are men of temptation. But what tempts them? The flesh, apparently.
It will be just like acting school, except that stoner running lines with you is Leonardo DiCaprio.
But will he play the role of a dying AIDS patient as Wooderson from ‘Dazed and Confused’?
So you aren’t supposed to treat your family like members of a drug cartel? Well, that’s not the way I’ve held Thanksgivings.
David Hasselhoff may now get a chance to return to what he does best: Acting while shirtless.
Hugh Grant decided that he and Charlie share a similar enough history as it is.
Rachel Weisz playing an international woman of intrigue makes tons of sense. More than my Janeane Garofalo suggestion, anyway.
This project will forever serve as the benchmark against which all “gritty reboots” are measured.
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One battle to determine, once and for all, which is king of the lowbrow movie gimmicks.
I have always viewed Colins Hanks as more of a “murder victim” than “murder committer.” Maybe he charms his victims to death.
Guillermo del Toro is pitting the young actor against some giant “malevolent” bugs. Benevolent bugs would be funnier.
John Luessenhop is the man that will decide when and where virtual chainsaws get thrust in audiences’ faces.
I expect this to be a “feel good” movie. And by “feel good,” I mean that someone will probably witness a family member getting executed.
The producers of ‘The Hunger Games’ made this move because they know one thing to be true: Tweens love Tucci.
When he wasn’t killing vampires, Honest Abe was orating. Which might not be as exciting to you youngsters, but was no less important.
‘Backmask’ will contain “paranoia, possession and the paranormal,” but will it contain masks strapped to backs?
Brendan Fraser will play an archer. Not a cartoon archer, or an archer that has a strange monkey sidekick. Just an archer.
They’re all going to visit Whitney Houston’s character in rehab.
Ben Affleck is going to venture out into set design to see if Matt copies him with that too.
He’s already got a leg up on the other candidates. He knows kung-fu.
She will tell the story of the teenage girls that would have kicked Kirsten Stewart’s ass.
When Lincoln rolls, he rolls deep.
The fact that Cameron Diaz is in this film is actually more disturbing than childbirth itself.
Judging by the entertained looks on their faces, they must not be watching one of their own movies.