Don’t be surprised if you see Brian Koppelman and David Levien in the United States history section of Barnes & Noble.
One brave studio is driving forward to produce a cursed script.
We can recommend trying some of these on April Fools’ Day (or any other day), as long as you understand you’ll probably die or go to jail. Enjoy.
Rainbow flags are flying at half-mast today.
Dwayne Johnson’s transformation back into The Rock grows more complete with every casting. He’s just signed on to punch guys in the face and do that thing where you pick them up by the throat and then throw them down for the movie Snitch.
The director is finally dusting off his sci-fi caper film, with the clever name “untitled ‘Moon’ project,” and is talking to Fox, Rosario Dawson, Andrew Garfield and many more.
Director Oliver Stone has got the Toro hookup, cause he’s the latest to sign on for Stone’s drug drama ‘Savages’.
A Hollywood studio was not able to create a remake out of something. Read that sentence again. The end is nigh.
Haha, Hans Gruber! Mega-heists aren’t so awesome when they’re happening to you, are they?
Well, it looks like Johnny Depp will get to play an entirely new type of off-kilter fop in The Thin Man
A cocaine cowboy!?
I made it a point to interview as many new filmmakers as I could at SXSW. You never know who’s going to become the next big thing.
David Cronenberg is going to jam another person into that limo.
Four of the best stand up comedians alive are going to be on HBO, sitting down.
So many females, so little parts.
Max Brooks’ World War Z: An Oral History Of The Zombie War is easily in the upper echelons of zombie fiction. Then why is Paramount having a hard time finding somebody to pick up the tab?
Everyone can get excited about the new film from Roman Polanski!
Sony Pictures is still searching for a way to get Angelina Jolie to dress up in golden snake jewelry.
Andrew Garfield, James McAvoy and Robert Pattinson are all up for the lead role of Tetsuo. If the audition requires shirtlessness, Pattinson’s got the experience edge.
‘Unreasonable Doubt’ is about what happens when two jurors fall in love in a ’12 Angry Men’ style setting. Isn’t that like Pauly Shore’s ‘Jury Duty’?
McShane plays a disapproving dad king in Bryan Singer’s new film, which I imagine will be exactly like his role in ‘Hot Rod’, only kinglier.
Apparently Universal is mounting a version of the famous musical with Streisand as the awful stage mom who loudly sings “Everything’s Coming Up Roses.”
Don’t even be surprised if they get Mears to reprise his role as the hockey-masked serial killer, just to dial up the weird to 11.
The film-making team behind the Sundance hit Like Crazy are taking that film’s theme to the extreme for their next project.
Yesss!!!!! I’ve been stoked to see this ever since the teaser trailer about a boy and his murder-bot showed up online last November.
HBO has shock collars on all its “Sopranos” alumni.
Welp, looks like we’re going back to not knowing which goofy Batman villain Joseph Gordon-Levitt will reinvent and make terrifying in The Dark Knight Rises.
In three months, expect Kiefer to be milling about the USC campus, handing out “Student Filmmakers Wanted!” fliers.
Doug Liman will be direct a movie about a worldly operative that isn’t named “Bourne.”
Neil LaBute apparently likes Agatha Christie more than he likes himself.