The old school approach is always more legit.
It’s hard as hell training to be a warrior and superhero.
Maybe one of the alien Green Lanterns got asked instead.
Isn’t Christopher Nolan busy enough?
But what about Sting’s daughter?
A full sequence and a sizzle reel screened to an impressed crowd.
He works out hard, okay? Get over it.
Won me over to making this comic book a reality.
You’ll have to find something else to do for Martin Luther King Day 2012.
The baseball season is upon us, so we found it apt to pit two amazing fictitious pitchers against one another.
Reports are saying that Renner will be tapped to pick up where Matt Damon left off.
If he’s not too busy that is…
Sometimes, you can tell an amazing actor just by looking at them.
Sure it’s the same movie. But even if Todd Philips made a scene-for-scene remake, I’d still pay money to see it.
Apparently the casting director for ‘I Hate You, Dad’ is a monkey with a dartboard.
This zombie trend is never going to die.
This guy makes Alex Pettyfer look like Cam Gigandet! Wait, what?
When are they going to make a movie out of those ‘I Spy’ books?
Expect plenty of violence in Gunn’s film.
Let’s pray the cast lives long enough to see the movie.
Remaking classic films seems easy. Just take the original and add zombies. Or Rihanna.
She’s being fitted for a corset as I type this.
Next, see Ryan Reynolds as the world’s tallest dwarf.
Sometimes, for really important movies, studios and producers hire “writers” for movies. This is one such instance.
I’m really looking forward to avoiding this movie like the plague.
Steve Carell and Keira Knightley take a roadtrip together to find his high-school sweetheart, then get smashed by an asteroid. Seriously.
This film explores the leather fetishes of the brother-sister-team. It will be over six hours long…
In case you’re curious who the whimsical-looking dork accepting the Oscar for Best Animated feature during the 85th Academy Awards is, his name is Dan Scanlon.
Focus groups show that midgets upset toddlers age 30-42 months.
Tyler Perry’s t-shirts are as witty and fun as his films.