Attention mythical creatures who care about the Academy Awards: What is commonly considered one of the last important indicators of Oscar nominations has finally been released from the Director’s Guild of America vault
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is an established literary classic, so it only makes sense.
Peter Yates has died. The director of Bullitt and Krull died yesterday at the age of 81. Which is not to be confused with Kull The Conquerer, which is not to be seen.
The Green Hornet opens this Friday, and features Black Beauty: a tricked-out 1965 Chrysler Crown Imperial. The car looks pretty bad ass, but how does it stack up to other classic cinematic rides? Take a look at the list below and judge for yourself.
Super-heroes tend to be a package deal – you don’t just get Batman, but also Robin, a utility belt, and an acrobat wearing uncomfortably small shorts.
As all box-office prognosticators know, the weekend after New Year’s represents a traditional slump in box office returns, as the general public becomes numb
Last week it was announced that Johnny Knoxville, Andy Samberg, and some Australian guy were likely to play the lead nitwits in The Three Stooges. Today, it’s being not announced. Um.
Nearly everything about the film that’s floating around on the Internet is inaccurate, including the rumor that Bill Murray is unhappy about the script. In fact, the director claims Murray has yet to even read it.
Nine Inch Nails frontman and Social Network co-composer Trent Reznor will add his unique stylings to David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo score.
Wahlberg is calling bullsh*t on the claim that he’s not Nathan Drake.
Ready for a hip version of David and Goliath? Tough.
We don’t always agree on the happenings in the entertainment community, and we like to make our beefs public. Is known porn star Sasha Grey destined for genuine Hollywood stardom, or will she never escape the shadow of her own uncanny gag reflexes. Fight!
The success of The Expendables has convinced Hollywood that Randy Couture’s ear isn’t too off-putting. In fact, he’s lined up two new gigs.
News today is that actors are willingly joining Wrath Of The Titans. Good ones too! What’s up with that?
Eminem, the rapper who continues to keep the record industry afloat, has signed on to play an ex-con in Random Acts of Violence. It’s my understanding that the ability to spit mad flows isn’t a requirement for the role.
Officer John Cooper says things are gonna get rowdy on Hollywood Blvd.
When I first read that Luc Besson was filming a lady in secret, my gut reaction was, “Sicko! Them French, man. That lady should sue.” Then I read up on it a little more and it turns out that ‘The Lady’ is actually a film project he’s working on.
TheOneRing.net is confirming that Wood will reprise his role as Frodo. If that site was confirming something about the female anatomy, I’d be a little more skeptical. But with a URL like that, I’m assuming they know what the hell they are talking about when it comes to Hobbits.
I’m not really into that Rex Ryan stuff. But if I had to film someone else messing around with my wife, Paul Rudd would be the guy. I like his smug attitude. I bet he’d really put her in her place.
The pair, along with Australian comic Shane Jacobson, would play Larry, Curly and Moe, characters that were previously tied to Benicio del Toro, Sean Penn and Jim Carrey.
Hello, Junkies! Ronnie Pudding here, once again participating in the state parole board’s work release program by taking a look at the front runners for the 83rd Academy Awards and writing about it on the internet.
At some point last year Ridley Scott and Kevin McDonald got together and were all like “Dude, let’s do something epic.” The result is a film called Life In a Day.
NASA has released its list of the least plausible science fiction films, and Roland Emmerich’s 2012 landed at the panic-inducing top.
Even in a sea of horrible moments, I managed to find a few islands of pure awfulness that somehow stood out. I give you the worst moments from The People’s Choice Awards.
Now that Paul Haggis has his Oscars and Russell Crowe on speed-dial, he won’t be needing Scientology anymore. The Crash director is writing a memoir about the shady behind-the-scenes of the religion.
One film festival can’t quench Robert De Niro’s insatiable thirst for cinema. The co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival has accepted the duties of the President of the Jury of the 64th Festival de Cannes.
Ricky Gervais will loan his lilting voice to Mole in WETA’s production of The Wind In The Willows. Okay, quick question: how the hell did it take this long to cast Ricky Gervais as a mole?
While I’m sure this list will be altered as the year progresses and new information comes to light, I’ve made a preliminary rundown of 11 films I refuse to miss in 2011, all others be damned.
Good news! You’re going to have the opportunity to spend another $12 on seeing The Social Network this weekend.
Adam Sandler also took home an award for Best Comedic Star, which would make total sense if the year was 1997. But it’s not, god damn it!