Sadly, casting Chris Diamantopoulos as Moe still makes more sense than the Sean Hayes thing.
“Why ya hittin’ yourself, Michael Moore? Stop hittin’ yourself, fatty!”
Paul Greengrass, looking like the lovechild of Fabio and Meat Loaf.
It sounds like ‘Men in Black’ for the non-mouth-breathing set.
John C. Reilly was once an actor who didn’t make us giggle everytime he stepped on screen. Can he be again? Answer: Nope!
I can see this actor playing a surfer-stoner type. I guess.
He’s smiling because he just bought Ludacris’ and Vince Vaughn’s houses and is giving them to his mailman as a Christmas gift.
Director Tony Gilroy and Universal think this truck driver could make a decent ‘Bourne’ lead.
“The Dark of the Moon Just. Got. Darker.” Universal Studios Marketing Department: I await your call.
San Fran punk rockers are going to be the new barometers of our times. Way scarier than “True Blood.”
I totally know where they’re coming from; I’m a real buff for historical works about World War IV.
All hail the king of the deep ocean. ALL HAIL ANDY SAMBERG!
A sexually-confused Patrick Warburton is one of my favorite types of Patrick Warburton.
Jennifer Lawrence appears in her first big summer blockbuster! Rebecca Romijn? She’s in a Tyler Perry movie.
I haven’t been this upset with Affleck since ‘Reindeer Games’.
By the time you finish reading this sentence, each character in this picture will have been greenlit for over nine sequels each.
Prepare to forget everything you didn’t know about Aristotle Onassis.
‘Hunger Games’ keeps casting young people. That’s age discrimination, and old people shouldn’t have to stand for it.
The studio apparently made him an offer that he was very comfortable refusing.
Anna Faris has the roommate from hell. Well, she did. And now she has to relive that harrowing experience for audiences.
Gosling’s greatest acting challenge yet? That’s not rhetorical. No, this shouldn’t be a challenging role at all. Whatever role that is.
This is way worse than fur. Way funnier, too.
Can someone just get power of attorney and just start assigning roles to Robert Zemeckis? The part of his brain that picks good projects has died.
Remember the days when movies were just written to stand on their own merit and audiences cherished the originality and honest work of a man telling a story? Yeah, me neither.
Just when you felt it was safe to go back in the water…it STILL wasn’t safe to go back in the water!
I don’t want to alarm anyone, but Charlie Sheen may have made statements that are hyperbolic/exaggerated.
He’s the producer here. Not you, not you, and not you!
They prefer “rural-Americans,” Jeff.
…or so he says.
This is what theaters will look like on a Friday night if the studios have their way. *shiver*