Somebody has to stop them, you guys.
When asked for comment, Krasinski turned his head and stared vacantly at the camera, just like he’s been trained to.
So the arc could go “Vegas, then Bangkok, then a mental institution.” I think my Uncle Harold could sue for likeness rights.
And it’s sometime next year.
Mitch Rapp lovers, your day has come.
After Anonymous, it’s time for Emmerich to go back to what he does best. Making really good movie trailers.
If you can’t wait for this to release on VHS, you can win tickets for an advanced screening.
And if nobody mentions ‘The Fountain’ he might just get to do it.
DiCaprio is now entering actual talks to play Calvin Candie, the ruthless slave owner who could use a big dose of vitamin comeuppance.
The writers behind ‘MI:4′, Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec, have been asked to repair the Turtle Blimp.
Ben Affleck’s less-than-beloved 2003 take on the blind lawyer superhero will not be the last.
Hopefully writer David DiGilio has a lot more ideas related to computer genocide.
The Devil’s Due comic follows a medical examiner who doesn’t believe in aliens, but soon might, even without the insistence of David Duchovy.
Since none of his projects have titles, this gets very confusing very quickly.
By the looks of it, he was only slightly amused.
In ‘Who Invited Her’, will Reese Witherspoon get the Mike Tyson face tattoo?
Apparently, Harrison Ford will not stop lifting weights until he shows up to the set of ‘Indy 5′.
Details are sketchy, but it might entail charming adults acting like children.
The “Hey, That Guy!” is quickly making a name for himself.
The protagonist can change his fate by watching home movies. No, they’re not sex tapes, you pervert.
Witness the birth of a future necrophiliac.
Munn is going from Aaron Sorkin’s sure-to-be-classy HBO pilot to comedy troupe Broken Lizard’s sure-to-be-Broken-Lizardy new movie.
He’s really just a fool for love, people.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is cool with Bay’s directing style.
Our new contributor to all things geek, Jenna Busch, takes us back to simpler times, when kids solved mysteries without the Internet.
At long last, the director of the Sewer Shark video game makes the transition to film.
Pacino is close to playing an aging rock star in writer Fogelman’s ‘Imagine’, and I can imagine him destroying some instruments.
Director Antoine Fuqua, who directed ‘Training Day’ and… that’s the credit worth mentioning, is looking to helm ‘Southpaw’ for Dreamworks.
On British TV, you can say “f*ck,” but in British theaters, you can’t show a guy masturbating to his human centipede. What’s up with that, Queen Elizabeth?
The only details are that it involves Sam Worthington and a space war. NO, IT’S NOT LIKE ‘AVATAR’!