Clearly, Chet is embarrassing the living hell out of his old man, but he’s new on the scene. If he hopes to be the most embarrassing child in Hollywood, he’s got some stiff competition.
Shane Black has been tapped by Warner Brothers to direct his follow up to 2005’s Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, an adaptation of his favorite Japanese Manga: Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s Death Note.
Inception was easily one of the most talked about movies of 2010, thanks to its mind-bending visual effects and an ending that left many viewers scratching their heads like a scabies-afflicted hobo with a flea nest in his dreadlocks.
Edgar Wright, director of Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim Vs The World has resumed work on his screenplay for a movie about the under-appreciated Marvel super-hero Ant-Man after a break of more than two years.
Happiness-maestro Paul Greengrass (director of United 93) might be adding another splashy Hollywood entertainment to his resume with a movie about the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Be careful A-List actresses. He’s still out there.
At last, Oprah has revealed her one weakness… Chucky.
Disney is supposedly very close to firing up the ol’ Sequelomatic 5000 to copy-paste out another mediocre entry in the Tron series.
What Would Tyler Durden Do? He’d probably siiiiiiing!
Bill Block, half of the producing team behind the surprise hit District 9, is developing a new science fiction movie. Will it be… the next District 9?
Or a Barbara Walters special?
When you’re adapting a famous museum of freaks into a movie, who better to star than a man once famous for talking out of his butt?
From the wife of the guy who brought you Transporter 2…
David O. Russell is about to jump into 2 Guns, a Vince Vaughn vehicle that is based on a military comic book of the same name.
Take a look at our 2011 mid-season replacement guide….NOW!
Meet Chester Hanks aka Chet Haze aka guy who has never seen Malibu’s Most Wanted. That’s right, Tom Hanks’s other son is a rapper. And not a very good one.
Hmmm. Haven’t heard too much about The Goon for awhile. Somebody’d better check in with the producer David Fincher about that.
It looks like Sacha Baron Cohen will be playing it straight(ish) in the newly confirmed Freddie Mercury biopic.
Tom Cruise is getting ready for his next quirky supporting role, this time as over the top rock superstar Stacee Jax in director Adam Shankman’s New Line adaptation of the smash Broadway musical Rock of Ages. Are fans clamoring to see Cruise belt out hair metal hits?
Kevin Smith has released a new poster for his upcoming horror/comedy (or “horredy” for you Zorak fans) Red State.
Here’s a Masters course in the aesthetics of film. And why Stephen Chow asks “Why?” so much.
Last week “Entertainment Tonight” teased their exclusive first look at Captain America: The First Avenger. And then nothing. Well, where the hell is it?
Sony reportedly will not make a third Ghostbusters movie without Bill Murray, and the star, who has a reputation for being, ahem, very selective, has yet to sign on since being delivered the script recently.
It is in this tradition that DreamWorks Animation is releasing a movie that represents an intersection between two of the hottest trends in the world today: Bollywood musicals and monkeys.
Taylor Lautner has recently signed on to star in eight hundred and forty seven upcoming films, including Incarceron, a strange but interesting sounding young adult lit adaptation about Lautner romancing the daughter of a warden on a prison planet.
Charlie Sheen is having drunken orgies with porn stars and still getting to work on time. That’s not rock bottom. That’s god damned impressive.
There hasn’t been a lot of news about Wu-Tang Clan Head-of-Voltron RZA’s upcoming kung-fu movie The Man with the Iron Fist once it was announced that it was actually getting made on location in China. But that’s about to change now.
We’ve seen butt-cam versions of Rooney Mara on the Girl With The Dragon Tattoo set, but now we have our first official look of her looking like butt.
“HUGE” as in, you know, size. Paramount, they of movie-making fame, have signed a contract with IMAX to have 4 of their upcoming movies shown on those giant screens that are so big that when you walk in the theater you’re like “whoa, this is a big screen.”
Somebody finally took the initiative and re-cast Darth Vader with Tommy Wiseau. Unlike Star Wars or The Room, the results are intentionally hilarious.