Jodie Foster recently divulged that she is preparing to direct a sci-fi movie that everyone will compare to Contact.
The outfit is better than this, but still not as good as Adrianne Palicki naked.
Schwarzengger is probably screening Tom Arnold’s calls as we speak.
The two posters released today represent the yin and yang of cinema. The id and ego. Highbrow and lowbrow.
Samuel L. Jackson is going to be the most foul-mouthed samaritan ever.
Can a film actually collapse into itself if it features too many heartthrobs?
The enemy of my antihero is my…*head explodes*
The cast of ‘American Pie’ is reuniting for another sequel. They were all available.
America’s least-dear superhero, Daredevil, is getting the reboot treatment, with David Slade directing.
Look out, “Mad Men,” “House Of Cards” might drink your milkshake.
Tom Hanks has signed up to play a great man with integrity. In other breaking news, the sky is blue.
In related news, it seems they are still making those Underworld movies.
That Efron won’t be pretty no more.
Green’s resume includes roles in Brooklyn’s Finest, “The O.C.”, and Devil, which makes him really, really lucky to have scored this coveted role.
This is how angry Edgar Wright gets when you ask him to do more zombie projects.
Larry King has been speaking with “The Daily Show” execs about contributing…whatever the hell he brings to the table.
Man, Mark Ruffalo REALLY wants that Oscar.
She was somehow able to find a film without a sex act in the title.
If you were excited about the two-part “Terra Nova” preview in May, you are now disappointed by the news that there will be no preview.
NBC has decided to make a progressive, risky move and remake a game show from the entertainment capital of the world, Israel.
A charming, alcoholic writer? That could exist in real life.
This is a preview of what Danny Huston will look like as the cab driver, if that’s his role.
Luketic is an accomplished director who apparently has soft, delicate skin.
Nickelodeon is rebooting the series (with a 2012 air date, per this teaser) with 26 all-new episodes.
What Benicio del Toro really wants to do is direct.
Hemingway’s ex-wives will be played by most of the actresses in Hollywood.
The “Game of Thrones” marketing team must be a pretty literal bunch.
Apparently one Oscar is enough for these guys.
This is the face that Eric McCormack made when his agent told him what his next project was.
This one was so predictable that it probably doesn’t even qualify as news.