Human tragedy that pops right off the screen and into your face.
‘Freedom of expression’ doesn’t include being a Nazi, Lars!
‘Star Trek’ fans, rejoice. The J.J. Abrams-patented excessive lens flare is back.
British actor/comedian Stephen Fry is The Master of your ‘Hobbit’ domain.
There’s a part in the latest ‘American Pie’ movie for an 18-20 year old hottie. There’s also a part in my movie for one of those too… uh, yeah…
Paramount purchased the Scott Rosenberg (‘Con Air’) spec script ‘The Hauntrepreneur’, about a strange man who builds haunted houses. Sounds spooktacular.
Two of these actors will walk and talk for Aaron Sorkin, one will go blind and the other will flow ‘Gently Down The Stream’.
So apparently Arnold Schwarzenegger has some illegitimate children.
Who wouldn’t want to be in a comedy about the Apocalypse?
He didn’t ask to be Jack Sparrow.
Or how about a Mr. Chow spinoff?
Von Trier does his best Mel Gibson impersonation.
Along with a cast of really polite zombies.
In real life, Maggie is haunted by the success of her younger brother.
It might be time for an intervention.
Even after ‘Mars Needs Moms’, Robert Zemeckis somehow gets to produce more Disney animated movies. Amazing.
Scott is attached to ‘Reykjavik’, about a famous Cold War meeting between Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev. Yes, but will it take place in the ‘Alien’ universe?
This guy went all out, producing a full-length mock trailer for a movie about a dude who wants to marry a chick.
Gillian Jacobs (“Community”) will join Steve Carell (“The Office”) for Mandate’s ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’. Will they do the secret NBC handshake?
So many Aussies are involved in this project, I’m starting to understand why other countries hate when America does that to their works.
Still waiting for you to star in that ‘Aspen Extreme’ sequel, Peter. Oh. That’s right. You died in it. Prequel, I guess.
Namey Award winner Armie Hammer, who doubled your Winkelvoss in ‘The Social Network’, is officially confirmed to star in ‘The Lone Ranger’ as… the masked guy.
‘Oz, The Great and Powerful’ has found its good witch.
With a $2 million budget, you might as well just raid the “Children’s Hospital” cast.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are hoping the movie won’t be a turkey.
The film’s influence shocked even him.
The greatest Asian actor of his generation steps away from the project, honorably.
Some of the themes of ‘Bloodsport’ are still resonant today.
The former Governator has a love child.
No pressure, unknown screenwriter Ed Whitworth, but everybody at Warner Bros is counting on you. Again, no pressure.