Here’s a Masters course in the aesthetics of film. And why Stephen Chow asks “Why?” so much.
Last week “Entertainment Tonight” teased their exclusive first look at Captain America: The First Avenger. And then nothing. Well, where the hell is it?
Sony reportedly will not make a third Ghostbusters movie without Bill Murray, and the star, who has a reputation for being, ahem, very selective, has yet to sign on since being delivered the script recently.
It is in this tradition that DreamWorks Animation is releasing a movie that represents an intersection between two of the hottest trends in the world today: Bollywood musicals and monkeys.
Taylor Lautner has recently signed on to star in eight hundred and forty seven upcoming films, including Incarceron, a strange but interesting sounding young adult lit adaptation about Lautner romancing the daughter of a warden on a prison planet.
Charlie Sheen is having drunken orgies with porn stars and still getting to work on time. That’s not rock bottom. That’s god damned impressive.
There hasn’t been a lot of news about Wu-Tang Clan Head-of-Voltron RZA’s upcoming kung-fu movie The Man with the Iron Fist once it was announced that it was actually getting made on location in China. But that’s about to change now.
We’ve seen butt-cam versions of Rooney Mara on the Girl With The Dragon Tattoo set, but now we have our first official look of her looking like butt.
“HUGE” as in, you know, size. Paramount, they of movie-making fame, have signed a contract with IMAX to have 4 of their upcoming movies shown on those giant screens that are so big that when you walk in the theater you’re like “whoa, this is a big screen.”
Somebody finally took the initiative and re-cast Darth Vader with Tommy Wiseau. Unlike Star Wars or The Room, the results are intentionally hilarious.
Now y’all are actively trying to piss James Cameron off. It has been just days after the cantankerous director blasted movie studios for their greedy antics like creating crappy franchises a la Battleship. Now, Fox has teamed up with Atari to make that Missile Command movie.
Maybe Thor vs. The Green Hornet would be a pretty one-sided street fight, but their respective marketing teams have released competitively badass new movie posters.
Earlier we heard Eva Green and Naomi Watts were leading the pack for roles in The Dark Knight Rises, but that rumor was started by the Joker, up to his old tricks!
Batman might patrol Gotham City, but the internet is Gossip City with casting and other news about the upcoming sequel The Dark Knight Rises.
It only took forty-one years but now PBS has come up with a reason not to flip past them. Tomorrow night, they’ll air an episode of the documentary series “American Masters” entitled, Jeff Bridges: The Dude Abides.
Just like a spouse or a child, over time you might end up neglecting or even resenting your Netflix account. But don’t pull out your bottle of Jack Daniels and jar of pain pills just yet; there’s still time to save this relationship.
Anthropomorphic feminine wash Jeremy Piven has signed on to So Undercover, a not-at-all-gritty Miley Cyrus vehicle.
The on-again, off-again 23rd installment of the James Bond series is officially on with Sam Mendes directing.
Bleeding Cool is reporting that Lena Headey will be squaring off against Karl Urban in Dredd. The site reports that she is playing Ma-Ma, the film’s main villian.
Darren Aronofsky can add another entry to his fine list of accomplishments: Bitching out Armond White in person at an awards ceremony.
Ian McKellen was very close to not reprising the role of Gandalf in Peter Jackson’s Hobbit films. His reasoning? All old British dudes are pretty much the same.
Raising Hope, Fox’s freshman single camera sitcom, will live to see its titular newborn crawl and perhaps even walk next Fall, as the network has ordered a second season of the popular comedy.
In another bit of casting news for the Quixotic attempt to update Spider-Man into a form that today’s young people can hope to understand, 80s teen idol and probable “24″-actor C. Thomas Howell joined Andrew Garfield and company in Marc Webb’s Spider-Man.
Everything’s coming up Ron Livingston.
That strange, omnipresent force that compels Woody Allen to make movies has struck again, and the result has been picked up by Sony Pictures Classics.
What news is this? Brendan Fraser has signed on to a potentially good movie? In fact, it is so. George Of The Jungle has joined Neil LaBute’s next film, Seconds Of Pleasure.
Zack Snyder’s new movie Sucker Punch is about a girl who’s committed to an insane asylum. Meanwhile, we’re going insane looking at the sexy girls in the ginormous new promo poster!
Charlize Theron may blast off as the lead of the new Alien prequels that Ridley Scott is developing at Fox.
Shooting a film for theaters? Yes, there’s even an app for that.
Pfeiffer catwalks into Welcome To People, while Ed Westwick gossips as J. Edgar Hoover’s biographer.