Sounds like ‘The Crow: Unplugged’.
You know that British guy who’s in everything from ‘Batman Begins’ to ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ to ‘Shakespeare In Love’? Maybe? Well, he’s in another movie.
In his epic quest to cure 3D headachyness and do a crazy technology thing, Jackson has opted to shoot ‘The Hobbit’ at 48 frames per second, rather than the good ol’ fashioned 24.
Totally tubular to the excellent.
What young girl doesn’t dream of getting passed around like a doobie between two stoners? Blake Lively certainly must. She’s the current front runner to play the female lead in Oliver Stone’s new drama, ‘The Savages’.
Twentieth Century Fox and director James Cameron have chosen MBS Media Campus in Manhattan Beach to shoot the sequels to ‘Avatar’, the bazillion dollar-grossing, unofficial ‘Pocahontas’ remake.
“This one time….I helped my under-employed former co-stars get work…”
For those saying Alec Baldwin is a bitter, jaded Hollywood monster: He still beams after one-night stands with models.
Duncan Jones and Hugh Jackman may be uniting in the face of adversity. That dream I had last night is coming true!
Note to Paramount: you could also earn millions by NOT making this movie.
It’s ’8 O’Clock In The Morning’. Do you know where your Matt Reeves is?
Mr. Caan is declaring war on entertainment technology with the most powerful weapon in his arsenal: unbridled machismo.
But he still might be the villain of ‘The Expendables 2′
You write one naked, steam room, knife fight and the world is your oyster.
This guy’s really nuts about the third dimension, huh?
A movie at 60 fps is, like, three times as good.
Hey, alright! They’re remaking that Jamaican crime film that I’ve never heard of before.
Russell Brand knows what a small portion of the people want.
Anna Faris needs a little help earning your grandmother’s disapproval.
Sometimes this job is really tough.
All hail General Zod.
Watch the stuntmen do what they do best.
He made as many great movies as anybody else.
ActionFest premiered two scenes from the upcoming movie Weapon, starring Scott Adkins and Jean-Claude Van Damme.
I hope Lightning McQueen wants some spinning rims and hydraulic suspension. Disney is in talks with Ice Cube to produce and distribute ‘Chrome and Paint’, a drama about the South Central Los Angeles custom car scene.
People you will see in ‘The Hangover Part II’: Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms. People who you will not see: Liam Neeson. Monkeys you will see: that monkey they now have.
The first new poster is inspired by classic Bond movies. Now I’m tempted to fashion my Corolla with a giant evil monocle, just to see what would happen.
Both Sean and Michael are amazing character actors, but which Bean/Biehn is the true magical fruit that doesn’t make us toot? Fight!
This is Willem Dafoe trying to frown. His face is stuck this way.
Yes, the ancient old Spider-Man is still webbing around. Maguire’s set to star in director Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s bestseller ‘Life of Pi’.