Just because Ron Howard wants you to do something doesn’t mean you have to do it.
‘Prometheus’ is getting a summer 2012 release.
Halle Berry recently passed up the role of Aretha Franklin in her forthcoming biopic. But, much like she does with Burger King’s strict No Refills policy, the diva is not taking no for an answer.
In order to convert the Oscar buzz surrounding ‘The King’s Speech’ into sweet money money money, executive producer Harvey Weinstein wants to tone down the film’s naughty language.
Actor/director Mark Webber is gearing up to helm his second indie film, a touching love letter to the bond that exists between a father and son, in which he’s casting his real-life toddler. Classic Hollywood nepotism.
John Cusack won’t be the only one rocking nineteenth century facial hair. ABC has ordered the pilot “Poe,” a series that depicts Edgar Allan Poe as a nineteenth century sleuth. Probably with nice abs.
Also increased: the chances for an explicit lesbian sex scene.
Critic Roger Ebert sticks his downward thumb right into the audience, saying it’s stupid to pay top dollar for movies designed to give you a headache.
The first piece of The Motel Life has been identified. That piece would be Emile Hirsch, and what a fine piece he is.
Lace up your whatever you need to lace up to play a game of survival.
Busy beaver James Franco is directing ‘As I Lay Dying.’ Believe it or not, he’s not playing every role in the film.
‘Source Code’ and ‘Hanna’ marketing departments get all visual up in this piece.
Vin Diesel has no problem starting a trilogy in the fourth installment of a franchise.
How can anyone dislike ‘Con Air’? The explosions…huge. The concept… ridiculous. The hairpieces… outlandish. The dialogue… terrible. In other words, it was really, really awesome.
And the winners are…
This isn’t the Golden Globes, people. This is the Academy Awards (a.k.a. the real deal). But just because the awards are real doesn’t mean the reactions from the nominees will be. That’s why we’ve spent all morning running said reactions through our patented B.S. translator.
There’s a grand cinematic tradition of people getting slapped in the face.
You’ve probably been anticipating the news of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival’s first all-around bad movie, with reports of mass walkouts and ritual suicide.
The 2011 Academy Award nominations have been announced, and while I agree with most of the choices, I can’t help but notice a few talented individuals seem to have gotten snubbed.
It appears that Fox Searchlight has discovered a new way to churn out remakes – start remaking documentaries.
Emma Watson is running around with fake-Harry Potter Percy Jackson. Untrustworthy witch!
If you’re living in the United States, you may have never heard of Canada’s flagship superhero, Captain Canuck. Well, if certain parties pledging allegiance to our northerly neighbors are to be believed, that might be about to change.
It’s really just a thrill to be nominated. Unless you’re M. Night Shyamalan. Then it’s a miracle.
It almost seems like Hollywood is running out of ideas…
Even the Nordic demi-god can’t fathom the scale of this film.
It sounds like the unholy child of ‘Step By Step’ and ‘Fight Club.’
James Franco is in talks to play opposite Kate Hudson in the ‘Deep Throat’ star’s biopic, because he needs more roles to cement his status as Hollywood’s leading manwhore.
Also up for auction were cars driven by Evel Knievel, Alice Cooper and Elvis. The theme of the auction must have been “Big In The 70s.”
Prolific producer Roger Corman, who will have completed a film by the time you finish reading this sentence, is creating another movie monster for you to kind of like ironically.
Princess Leia is now the spokesperson, along with Valerie Bertinelli, for Jenny Craig.