He’s taken extra steps to explode your mind.
Get your first look at Bilbo and check Gandalf’s sexy new look.
He gets the best pot.
He’s reaching out to an impressive group in getting this together. It was clear Beatty was serious the second he uttered, “LaBeouf.”
It will be interesting to see how he channels “In Living Color”s Wanda to prepare for this role.
I think Will Smith or Nick Cannon should play the black guy and Steve Carell or Ben Stiller should play the white guy.
At least Bradley Cooper won’t SOUND silly in the role.
Ray Winstone will play the seventh and final dwarf, “Character Actor-y.”
Riggle and Lennon. One will charm the hell out of you while the other screams at you mercilessly.
I’m thinking she’ll nail the part.
New posters for ‘Abduction’, ‘This Must Be The Place’, ‘Crazy Stupid Love’, and ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark’
He’s a very busy man.
Now ghosts are attacking our airplanes. Too bad the name ‘Soul Plane’ was already taken.
These new roles will raise their positions on the Six Degrees Of Kevin Bacon game board.
Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, and Steven Graham also offered small parts.
As a little boy, Ron Howard always wanted to be a race car driver (movie director).
Reilly will be playing a bikini model and Fox will be playing a lovable oaf. Wait. That can’t be right…
Let’s all pretend that the reason Chris Meloni is leaving “Law & Order: SVU” is to perfect his portrayal of Gene, the shell-shocked Vietnam vet.
Thanks to the advent of Twitter, it’s become even easier for him to stir up trouble.
Future El Guapo has all the details on the 7th Transformers movie.
He promises that there isn’t any penis in the R-rated comedy.
‘Young Adult’ isn’t your normal Reitman film.
She got her looks from her mom.
Zombies? Check. Robbers? Check.
He’ll be a miniature version of Al Swearengen.
Jeff Buckley’s got two biopics in the works. Who does he think he is, General Patton?
This press release might have well have just said in big block letters, “WARREN BEATTY IS MAKING A MOVIE FOR PARAMOUNT.”
Gosling ventures into the smokey, gray abyss known as “romantic comedies.”
He cast Roberto Benigni for the Rome production, in keeping with Italian law.