It would be a crime if younger generations didn’t have a remake of ‘Romancing the Stone’ that they could call their own.
Don’t worry. This whole article is handled in a tremendously delicate, tasteful manner.
Aykroyd says they’re doing it with or without Bill Murray, which means I might see the film or I might not.
This list could constitute a ten year-old’s playlist for two years.
Because we’re tired of watching happy, attractive people dance.
Life imitating art, imitating life. An unnervingly meta tragedy.
Accept your fate.
Just pick on of these five and make the damn movie. Or we can all just watch the original and enjoy that for the next 20 years. That sounds nice, too.
“Less talk, more zombies” would appear to be the approach the show is taking in season 2. Works for me.
This frees her up to get back to her real passions: Making fish-faces for paparazzi and banging guys who drive yellow Lamborghinis.
Unfortunately, they’re also all kind of hot. Hmmmm…
Their problems will be very real. Their wrestling will be very fake.
Will Smith should have “separated” himself from these awful films.
Guillermo is not a suspect.
The make Enron look like…well, Enron is probably still worse than these guys.
He must have been a huge hit at the Christmas Party.
Bearing in mind that jiggyness and the city of Miami have already been covered.
I think Ridley and Tony’s mom sat them down last night and said she wanted to see more remakes from her boys.
Laugh it up, fuzz ball…
Forest Gump: A man sleeps with a retarded girl, then spends the rest of his life trying to avoid her.
This doesn’t seem like a proportional response.
I didn’t know this guy gave interviews. I thought he would just chop someone’s head off and hold it up to a crowd to get his point across.
Don’t act so surprised. Gerard Depardieu does what Gerard Depardieu wants.
I’m going to suspend disbelief that Stiller, Vaughn, and Hill could save us from anything.
Pike will be playing a public defender, which is infinitely more believable than Cruise playing a guy that’s 6’5″, 250.
Dear God, I hope he channels Wooderson from ‘Dazed and Confused’ for this one.
They noticed him in those AT&T commercials and couldn’t pass on this upstart actor.
Time to re-up on the clown makeup.
If one shoots the other, it’s technically suicide.
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