Some people are so excited they’ll believe anything.
Saul’s always been kind of a cartoon character, so this makes sense.
At that point, you might as well just make it next year’s Valentine’s Day film.
Directed by Gareth Edwards, written (at least in part) by Chris Weitz.
Just a terrible, terrible chapter in the already abhorrent story of Suge Knight.
Can this film shake its one-note gimmick and be good? They’re trying…
Ok, just one customer, but I think we’re all happy to see Comcast shamed like this.
GET PAUL RUDD TO PLAY A BEAGLE!
It’s too bad that the Mentalist is already the Mentalist. He’d be perfect for this.
Never before has a film based on a child’s activity placemat been so intriguing!
Honorable mention to the crossguard lightsaber.
Do you SEE what happens when you share an opinion?!
“Welcome to Eeee-arthhe, mate.”
Sundance is historically known as a haven for indie and lower-budget films. But, like so many other niche events, over time it got co-opted and became a prestige event for…
This should liven the series right up!
They ain’t afraid of no ghost! (Or ain’t they not?)
If you’re not familiar, we’ll explain.
This makes a lot of sense.
The Gareth Edwards one, in case you’re confused.
Turns out he’s sticking with comedy.
It’s not where you’re from. It’s where you’re at.
Maybe if his mustache had been BIGGER.
It apparently can rain all the time for these guys.
The beast is gonna be Ron Pearlman, right? It has to be!
The magic number was four with Adam Sandler, and it’s four here.
Platinum Dunes is suddenly shy of CGI?
It will be interesting to see how Joe Pesci gets cast in this.
From King’s Landing to Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters.