While he waits to do his next video game adaptation, Mark Wahlberg might hop aboard the gritty neo-noir Broken City. Though that itself sounds like the name of a video game. New drinking game idea: Mark Wahlberg Film or Video Game.
Darren Aronofsky’s movies usually require intense performances, so you’d think the director would welcome the most intense method actors he could find. Actually, it’s the exact opposite.
After being dissed and dismissed by Seann William Scott, Kevin Smith has found his tough guy lead for Hit Somebody. It’s none other than….. some kid!
There are rumors that the title will be changed to Sleeping Dogs. If these rumors prove true, could we be looking at the long-awaited followup to Turner and Hooch? All signs point to yes.
Some doings transpiring on The Hobbit. First, they’ll shoot that sucker in 3D. Second, black actors shall be allowed to pass.
20th Century Fox has decided to lawyer up against a webmaster who posted the leaked Deadpool script on her online screenplay database. The studio has filed a $15 million suit against Patricia McIlvane on the grounds of copyright infringement. Isn’t reading Deadpool punishment enough?
Actors James Franco and Anne Hathaway have been set to host/read Bruce Vilanch jokes on the 83rd Annual Academy Awards.
Irving Kershner, best known for directing The Empire Strikes Back, the second best Star Wars film (The Clone Wars is obviously the best), has died.
Despite the fact that production for Peter Jackson’s two-part prequel, The Hobbit, is now under way, there has been no confirmation that the actor will reprise his iconic role. However, a recently updated page on McKellen’s official website seems to indicate that he will be appearing in the film.
Stephen Dorff is saying things. Now that he’s poised for a comeback thanks to his starring turn in Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere, he’s looking toward the future by not appearing in crappy movies anymore.
Beloved comic actor Leslie Nielsen has passed away at the age of 84. He is best known for his roles in hysterical spoof films as well as Scary Movie 4.
Michael Bay has some news for morons. There have recently been rumors that Transformers 3: Dark Of The Moon has been having problems with its 3Dness, which is ridiculous. This is Michael Bay we’re talking about.
Here’s the first official pic of Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe in My Week With Marilyn. She’s not quite as thick as the official blonde that gentlemen prefer, but I can see her embodying the role quite well.
Now that Emma Stone is a pretty big deal, she’s having to drop out of a few projects. She was originally attached to Jonah Hill’s 21 Jump Street, but Sony came calling with the Spider-Man offer and it was too sweet to refuse. Does the name Stephen J. Cannell carry no weight these days???
In the new poster for Unknown, Liam Neeson tries to cover up horrible acne scars and/or the dark side of his soul. Depends on how deep you want to get with it.
Well, here’s some news that may or may not piss you off depending on whether or not you own a Playstation 3 or the “Firefly” box set. First, Mark Wahlberg is re-teaming with David O. Russell for a fourth film. Secondly, that film is Russell’s adaptation of Uncharted.
Relativity Media has picked up Ellis’s Shark Night 3D and re-monikered it with the much more catchy The Untitled David R. Ellis 3D Shark Thriller. TUDRE3DST just rolls right off the tongue.
Finally, someone had the balls to make the holiday film we’ve all been clamoring for: a Nazi-themed version of The Nutcracker.
Check out this new poster for Apollo 18. Apparently, there’s a reason we’ve never gone back to the moon, and it has nothing to do with the fact that we’re about 14 trillion in debt.
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I was inspired to come up with a list of on-screen erections. It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. At least that’s what my editor said in a threatening tone.
Born in the Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood of New York City and raised in Philadelphia, Sylvester Stallone has led the charge on making a name for himself in the entertainment industry. Always the lead of the 80s action pack, Stallone has now found a 2nd career revitalizing his favorite Rocky and Rambo characters for a new generation.
It’s the film Disney doesn’t want you to see (besides those anti-Semitic ones). Ben Hibond has signed on to direct Pan, the dark retelling of “Peter Pan.”
Remember when we told you Mark Wahlberg might star in the The Crow reboot? Well that isn’t happening now. Aww don’t cry, Emo Kid. Your makeup will run.
Yesterday’s news of a non-Joss Whedon reboot of the Buffy franchise traveled fast and created a collective groan from fans of things that are very good. Including series creator Joss Whedon. Sort of.
There are no plans to make another Toy Story sequel, but that won’t stop Woody and the gang from returning to the big screen. According to director Lee Unkrich, the iconic characters will be back in theaters for a series of animated shorts which will run before full-length Disney films, starting with this summer’s Cars 2.
Hey, here’s something that no Buffy fan wants. Warner Bros is rebooting the franchise with a new Joss Whedon-less film.
At a press conference over the weekend for Mark Wahlberg’s upcoming film The Fighter, the actor let loose on M. Night Shyamalan and a certain piece of cinema known as The Happening.
Being one of the biggest stars in the world has afforded Leonardo DiCaprio the artistic freedom to create any project that he wants (and bang models). He’s using that power (not the model-banging one) to bore the crap out of us with another story centered around the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
The holidays are right around the corner, and it looks like Billy Bob Thornton has a gift for us in the form of Bad Santa 2. Well, not really, but he’s open to the idea, which is a start.