Hollywood hears you loud and clear. You said you wanted more ‘Yogi Bear’ movies, and goddamn it, they’re gonna make you more ‘Yogi Bear’ movies.
He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, but who ladies call “Mr. Handsome,” is the focus of a new poster for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2′.
Who will play such oddly named roles as Venia, Flavius and the tongue-less Avox girl?
After Las Vegas and Shanghai, Bradley Cooper wants to visit the Time Tombs.
Riding horses, battling beasts. Y’know, lady stuff.
It’s the Shermanator’s lucky day.
I’m pulling for you, Colin Hanks.
James Franco doesn’t have enough of your attention yet.
He makes a great elf.
Jason Bateman wasn’t available.
‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’ could definitely use some of his sass.
No Lantern left behind, Kilowog.
We still don’t know who will start the reactor.
Braffin’ it up big time!
Michael Mann is into cars now.
When all else fails, throw some guest stars at the problem.
It turns out David O. Russell will not be directing a video game movie. Which makes way more sense than if he did.
It’s looks like ‘Menace II Society’ and ‘Akira’ won’t have the same director after all.
What’s your favorite Uglydoll? I like the ugly one!
Does it even count as ‘narrowing down’ if there are still 8 names left?
Phew! I was worried an ‘American Pie’ film wouldn’t feature any hot chicks for a second there.
Given Zach’s track record, this could have spiraled into disaster a lot quicker.
And not just because it has Ben Affleck in it.
Brazilian director Padilha (the ‘Robocop’ remake) is going into dangerous territory. Like, future Detroit dangerous.
Fox Searchlight is trying to spark (light up?) the interest of a certain audience via Twitter.
One of these actors will play Quatto. Is it… Jessica Biel?
Where are your seven dwarves, Kristen Stewart? Yeah, that’s what I thought.
Crowe will release the doc to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pearl Jam. In unrelated news: I’m so old I want to cry.
Sarah Palin thought the best way to create an objective cinematic look at her politics and person was to create one herself.