Brunette British bombshell Gemma Arterton is locked and loaded to play Gretel in Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. She’ll be tag-teaming with Jeremy Renner, who’s already on board to play her brother.
When January Jones was cast as Emma Frost in Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class, we all looked at drawings of Frost then at Jones. Then back at Frost. Then back at Jones. Then we got all giddy.
Our amigos over at Tu Vez put together a list of the Spanish accents in film that most offend their delicate sensibilities.
Everything’s coming up John Goodman. His stint as a professor who loves the crap out of New Orleans on “Treme,” has served as a springboard to make us all go, “Oh yeah. John Goodman.”
Some will be entertaining, most will be unwatchable, but each project will push us closer to the point of over-saturation.
We know that if the ghost of Gene Siskel were able to speak with us from beyond the grave, he would take the opportunity to once again mock Ebert for giving a positive review to Home Alone 3. We miss you, Gene.
When I got to interview Nicolas Cage for Season of the Witch, we got to analyze his preference for weird acting in depth. That’s all background for what goes into his latest performance, so here are a few specifics.
Soon the entire world will know the hotness, and talent, that is Olivia Wilde. The actress has joined Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks in Alex Kurtzman’s directorial debut, Welcome to People.
James Franco is combining his love of filmmaking with his love of being smarter than you realized.
Neil Blomkamp is on a roll. The District 9 director just snagged Jodie Foster, who needs to make up for Contact, for his as-of-yet unexplained sci-fi picture, Elysium
Selena Gomez is under attack by horny Justin Bieber fans everywhere. I normally wouldn’t report on this gossipy junk, but some of the tweets to Gomez are downright hee-larious.
Good news, boys. Macaulay Culkin’s sloppy seconds are up for grabs if you’re hungry.
Like Patrick Wilson and Ben Affleck before them, Luke Wilson and Leslie Bibb will soon meet evil in the form of Samuel L. Jackson.
We’ve lost our cheek boniest actor.
True Grit, the critically acclaimed Coen brothers’ film, came in second with $24.5 million, and Tron: Legacy snagged third with $18 million. But none of this matters, considering we are living in a cold, meaningless world where Little Fockers reigns supreme.
If you’re interested in the rest of his picks, they are listed below. Personally, I’ll wait for Brett Ratner’s list, thank you very much.
Jack Bauer is gonna be pissed. Fox has officially passed on the script for the “24” movie that Billy Ray (Shattered Glass, Flight Plan) wrote for them.
Jeremy Renner will be making a brief appearance as Hawkeye in the upcoming Thor. It’s all part of Marvel’s plan to tease Joss Whedon’s The Avengers until anticipation has reached a fever pitched, and then consequently plummeted.
How did these Hollywood types get to be so great? I’ll tell you how. Unlike me, who wanders through life like a moron, they set goals and they stick to them. And with New Year’s Eve only a day away, we thought we’d ask the stars about their resolutions for 2011.
One of two things has occurred. Either the Internet has managed to open up a wormhole that allows users to view websites in the year 1996, or Warner Bros. has paid to operate and maintain the official Space Jam website for nearly 15 years.
Apparently there was a rumor going around Twitter today that Owen Wilson had tragically pulled a Sonny Bono in Switzerland. I must not follow @gullible.
We won’t have to wait much longer to see Rose Byrne get chased around by a ghost that looks like a cross-dressing Michael Myers.
Quiet down, nerds. Your leader is speaking.
There’s hope for Nathan Fillion yet! With a story plotted and lead cast, Uncharted is chugging right along. Oh, except now it doesn’t have a story or a cast.
While meme topics are as varied as the Internet itself, film and television are continual sources of inspiration. With that in mind, here are the 10 greatest entertainment-related memes of 2010.
Clint Eastwood has confirmed that Dame Judi Dench will star in his upcoming J. Edgar Hoover biopic, J. Edgar. The director also claims that Leonardo DiCaprio and Charlize Theron are likely to appear in the film.
Have you always had the perverted yet overwhelming desire to lick the backsides of your favorite Pixar characters? Well then, it looks like you’re in luck! The U.S. Postal Service is continuing their “Art of Disney” stamp line with images from several Pixar films.
If you’re a man of Sylvester Stallone’s stature, you enjoy the finest things that life has to offer. Fast cars, tall women, Ed Hardy clothing, arms so veiny they look like horse c*cks, and expensive ink pens as it turns out.
DreamWorks Animation is ready to clean up at the box office again. They’ve snagged the film rights to the Oni Press comic Maintenance.
The film electrics union isn’t going to like his take on Jack the Giant Killer.