Hollywood patted itself on the back this past weekend with both the 2011 Director’s Guild of America Awards and the Screen Actor’s Guild 2011 Awards. Also, Scott Bakula made pimping look easy.
No one had very high expectations for the Anthony Hopkins horror movie The Rite.
The writing duo responsible for writing pretty much everything have joined Gavin Hood’s adaptation of Ender’s Game.
Prepare yourselves to see Javier Bardem with a really cool scar or a cat on his lap or something. The ‘Biutiful’ Oscar nominee has been offered a role opposite Daniel Craig in ‘Bond 23.’
Attention people who like hearing “I’m Your Boogie Man” in trailers: Scary Movie 5 is officially happening.
They’ve finally announced who’s going to play Clark Kent!
Poor, underemployed Nicolas Cage.
Paramount released a free 24-page ‘True Grit’ comic book online. I’m happier than Rooster Cogburn after winning a lifetime supply of bootleg whiskey by killing the guy who was running the raffle.
Here’s a preview of the animated movie ‘Rio.’ The upcoming ‘Rio’ version of Angry Birds for iPhone sounds more promising, because maybe I’ll get to destroy these fowl pheasants.
Also, Murray busted the ghost of Packers legend Ray Nitschke by calling him “a p*ssy.”
Barbara Streisand will play Seth Rogen’s mother in Paramount’s road trip comedy ‘My Mother’s Curse,’ and just thinking about that car ride gives me such a headache.
Here are your weekend links.
Quidditch and pod racing would both make kick-ass sports if the physics governing our planet allowed them to be played as they are in their respective films, but which team would you sign up for first? Fight!
Mark Ruffalo may not end up being the first superhero actor to do his own motion capture work.
We’re all excited to see The Beaver. Some of us more than others. Looks like the film may debut before the scheduled SXSW screening. On computers at the very least.
The ‘Drive Angry’ motion poster is everything it promises to be: a poster that sort of moves.
Would Elton John’s life make a good movie?
Our weekly roundup of the best Netflix instant distractions continues.
It was visually stunning and contained ballet sequences impressive enough that I can say so without having to punch something lest my masculinity be called into question.
It’s funny that Tracy Morgan began his career on live television considering he can’t be allowed near a live-feed without a predictably unpredictable outburst. As TNT just found out.
Director/adventurer/submarine captain James Cameron is embarking on his latest journey 140 characters at a time.
Adam Sandler’s played many roles, from Stupid Adam Sandler to Angry Adam Sandler, but now he could face his biggest acting challenge to date: Adam Sandler In a Gigantic Fat Suit.
Shocker: Transformers 3 contains at least one unoriginal element.
Tonight, the T.V. gods were merciful, and the Nashville edition of “American Idol” was only an hour long. But despite the more manageable length, it still managed to leave me feeling sore and violated.
Orlando Bloom has been out of the spotlight of starring roles for a few years, but he’s about to reclaim his throne as the king of period pieces in William Nunez’s “The Laureate.”
How can you make a Beatles movie without permission from The Beatles?
We knew that Charlie Sheen would have some bullsh*t excuse for his trip to the emergency room yesterday morning. But we didn’t know it would be this bullsh*t.
With nary a film in theaters, Alex Pettyfer is already like sugar to the young adults. That’s why it comes as no surprise that he is up to his armpits in young adult movie franchises.
The ‘Alice In Wonderland’ star is going through the looking glass, and into the magical, shockingly violent, teeth-pulling world of director Chan-Wook Park (Oldboy).
The story might be about Abraham Lincoln fighting vampires, but it was lesser known actor Walker who fought a bunch of high-profile, blood-sucking (okay, maybe not blood-sucking) celebrities to snag the role.