Showtime has some things to say today about a new reality show, a pickup for a new season, and some premiere dates for familiar series.
Tyler Labine says the monkeys will get you all farklempt.
Hollywood Swiss Army Knife James Franco might be about to reveal his latest hidden gadget: Nepotism!
A lot of people hate the Golden Globes, but I accept the show for what it truly is: masturbation. And you know what? Masturbation can be fun. Watch these 9 clips and see for yourself.
Ben Foster, last seen blowing up all manner of things in this month’s The Mechanic, has been added to the cast of Fernando Meirelles’ slightly more highbrow film ‘360’.
We’ve got a couple official pics from the year’s two biggest comedies. See if you can find some humor in them.
Ron Howard appeared on Howard Stern yesterday and was very forthcoming with details about his upcoming 6-hour miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s epic series The Dark Tower, including casting ideas and platform specifics.
Director James Gray (We Own The Night) is working on his next movie, an adaptation of the novel The Gray Man by Mark Greaney.
Eva Mendes is set to star in a Spanish Language film called Anxiety, which begins shooting next month in Vancouver.
Reactions to the first look at Andrew Garfield in the Spidey suit are trickling in. Let’s see what the altverse Peter Parker thinks.
These two together in a movie? It’s a match made in Lunchlady Land!
Disney made a deal with Pirates writer Terry Rossio (Shrek), but not his longtime collabo-writer Ted Elliott (also Shrek). Was treachery afoot?
A Star Wars nerd wrote a 108 page book critiquing another nerd’s critique of The Phantom Menace. I’ve got a bad feeling about this…
We’ve got the PDF file of Aaron Sorkin’s script, if you’ve got the will-power to read some of it.
Paul Weitz, Robert DeNiro, and Paul Dano are moving along with Weitz’s dormant pet project, a movie based on the oh-so-effervescent memoir Another Bullshit Night in Suck City.
Marvel Comics has announced an initiative to further involve the comic creative teams in the production of their feature films.
Google is so smart, it can actually answer a question before it’s been asked. So we decided to utilize this feature to find out what Google (and more importantly, what Internet users) really want to know about their favorite celebrities.
Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker) might have Public Enemy Number One in her sights for her next project.
If Sylvester Stallone can throw a sausage party, why can’t Seth Rogen? That’s what he, Jonah Hill, and Evan Goldberg plan to do.
Never mind that Fast 5, the fifth installment of the street racing franchise, hasn’t even come out yet. Let’s talk about the sixth.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter producers have been working since November to cast the titular character. While the field may be clearer, it’s still by no means clear.
A handful of rather high profile films have been added to the lineup of March’s South by Southwest film festival, including Greg Mottola’s Paul, Jodie Foster’s The Beaver, and a new documentary entitled Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop.
They’re even cyberpunkier than the last!
It’s hard enough raising kids today without your daughter going off and getting herself possessed by a benevolent spirit. It’s not like they make a manual for that.
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.