No, it’s not because they’ve become so incredibly famous that fans might mob them at a Starbucks. They joined the internet meme turned movie ‘Safety Not Guaranteed’.
Between ‘Gattaca’ and this film, from now on, when you think “dystopia,” think Andrew Niccol.
But it’s not like they owe us anything.
The story behind the popular website Terrorister.com.
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.
The best, the worst, and the weirdest of what’s available to stream instantly on Netflix.
Is Jack Black too big to fail?
Exciting news for fans on ‘In Bruges’ and dognapping.
I’m not sure I’d want anything bursting out of my skull, but seeing a chrome-plated “2” bursting out of a metal skull is pretty awesome.
Is this the result of a night where WB marketing executives partied too hard?
‘Hitman 2′ will be more like the video games. How about making it more like a good movie?
It will be just like acting school, except that stoner running lines with you is Leonardo DiCaprio.
This could get insane.
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.
Fire, magicians. You know what’s up.
David Hasselhoff may now get a chance to return to what he does best: Acting while shirtless.
The story behind the story behind ‘Rocky’.
The trailer even includes a playground, where the actor is said to spend most of his days.
More casting news than you can shove a spur into.
Franco just did something else. He cast the lead in the new biopic he’s directing, ‘Sal’, about the life of Sal Mineo, the gay actor who played opposite James Dean in ‘Rebel Without A Cause’.
Special effects wizard and robotics master John Nolan builds some mighty impressive stuff.
Sutherland will star in ‘Slight of Hand’, about a gang of bush-league criminals in Paris who get ahold of a rare gold coin. Don’t put that in the Coke machine– damn it, too late.
Rachel Weisz playing an international woman of intrigue makes tons of sense. More than my Janeane Garofalo suggestion, anyway.
Harrelson will play Haymitch (“Hey, Mitch…’sup?”) for Lionsgate’s adaptation Susanne Collins dystopian tween-o-thon.
If you like hate the “motion” aspect of “motion pictures,” you will be enamored with this post.
This project will forever serve as the benchmark against which all “gritty reboots” are measured.
This report courtesy of Sir Ian McKellan, your most trusted source for the Hollywood dish!
Ethan Hawke, start the reactor.