You may have already resigned to the fact that you will never know the real name of street artist/Exit Through the Gift Shop director Banksy.
It would seem that Josh Lucas has an affinity for period pieces. Or period pieces have an affinity for Lucas.
The upcoming film adaptation of Arthur Miller’s (who wrote The Crucible, which you may have read a few pages of in high school) play A View From the Bridge has added two new names to its already impressive cast.
Jason Reitman and Matt Groening have got jury duty. The good kind.
Alexander Payne, director of such melancholy comedy classics as About Schmidt and Sideways, is returning to similar thematic territory with the road trip comedy Nebraska.
It’s 2011, and as Eddie Vedder prophesied lo these many years ago, this year marks the 20th anniversary of Pearl Jam. The movie is called Pearl Jam Twenty, and much like the band, the project is shrouded in mystery.
Check out this batch of ‘Drive Angry’ stills that focus on Amber Heard’s performance as Attractive Girl Who Inexplicably Hangs Out with Nicolas Cage.
After making ‘The Invention of Lying,’ it’s hard for me to believe anything he says.
Mr. Woodcock adds Major Frank Burns to his team.
Halloween costume reveals that Red Skull might look like Red Sh*t.
Liam McIntyre has some big shoes to fill after season one’s Spartacus, Andy Whitfield, had to be relieved following cancer complications.
Any moron (like myself) who knows how to use IMDB can spot the correlation between Vaughn’s career as a producer and a dramatic drop in the quality of his films.
Summit Entertainment has tasked non-old-people brothers Jon and Erich Hoeber to draft a sequel to ‘Red.’
Wunderkind director Duncan Jones is making the most of his downtime, discussing his third feature before the second one, Source Code, has even been released.
The premise is unknown for Adam Yauch’s film short Fight For Your Right Revisited, but the casting news alone is enough to raise your eyebrows and drop your jaw.
A new odor-producing machine is targeted towards theaters as a completely new way to ruin moviegoing for everyone.
‘Dragon’ EP Tim Johnson sheds some light on plans for the “bigger” sequel and TV series.
Ever since it was announced that Warner Brothers was saying “do-over!” after Superman Returns, the monolithic entity known as the World Wide Web has been crying out for “Mad Men” star and real-life Übermensch Jon Mann to play the Man of Steel.
If the Golden Globes have any hope of staying relevant, they’d better find a host who can fill Ricky’s shoes. Here’s a list of 9 possible replacements.
The one-time Daily Show correspondent has come a long way.
That irascible scamp Darren Aronofsky is at it again.
Will Ferrell’s ‘Casa de mi padre’ is having an identity issue. On one hand it’s lost its title, but on the other it has plot details.
Now that we’ve all gotten used to the idea of Peter Parker being able to organically spin webbing from his wrists, those bastards at Sony are pulling the rug out from under us once again, bringing back Spider-Man’s famous web-shooters.
Robert Downey Jr. has signed on to lend his voice to the bespectacled genius dog Mr. Peabody in ‘Peabody and Sherman’, the CGI big screen adaptation of the beloved animated shorts from “The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.”
America has been craving another Arnold Schwarzenegger movie ever since his world-changing cameo appearance in The Expendables. And it looks like we will get our wish.
The movie of the weekend (at least as far as box office was concerned) was Michel Gondry’s (or was it actually Seth Rogen’s?) The Green Hornet.
The show’s return on Jan. 20 is actually long awaited by fans, since it went on hiatus over the summer. This year, get to meet the rival city to Pawnee, IN.
Looks like that “General Hospital” stint is going to pay off after all. James Franco will draw upon his famous artist-cum-serial-killer experience this summer when he directs and stars in The Night Stalker.
The least big, dumb and loud part of the first Expendables movie has confirmed for Access Hollywood that he will be participating in the sequel.
You watched it or you didn’t watch it. Doesn’t matter much either way. The comforting news is The Tourist didn’t go home with anything.