Cuban is putting indie film distribution company Magnolia Pictures and the big art house theater chain Landmark Theatres up for sale. It ain’t the 90s anymore, amiright?
John Krasinski is also most-likely leaving “The Office,” but just briefly to work on an indie movie. You’ll still have Jim around next season, talking about that baby.
In Fox’s new poster for ‘X-Men: First Class’, we see Beast, Mystique, and a bunch of non-blue muties all walking in different directions. Or standing around. Whatever.
Spooked by the prospect of being best known for writing ‘Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie’, Evan Spilotopoulos has taken a gig scripting the McG/Michael Bay Ouiji board movie.
A sexually-confused Patrick Warburton is one of my favorite types of Patrick Warburton.
Jennifer Lawrence appears in her first big summer blockbuster! Rebecca Romijn? She’s in a Tyler Perry movie.
I haven’t been this upset with Affleck since ‘Reindeer Games’.
By the time you finish reading this sentence, each character in this picture will have been greenlit for over nine sequels each.
He’ll have to believe in “Miracles” to get out of this one.
‘More As The Story Develops’…
‘Hunger Games’ continues its trend of hiring people you’ve never heard of.
She’d better look both ways before joining.
About time Sam Rockwell gave back to his community.
Get along, little doggies.
All you need to know: “Swashbuckling robots with swords.”
Whoa! Stevie Janowski can grow a beard!!
New still from ‘X-Men: First Class’ and also a not-yet-officially-released TV spot. See it before Marvel’s lawyers do.
Banks is in talks to star as Effie Trinket in ‘The Hunger Games’. Trinket is a beaurocrat, an escort for death-match participants and a bubbly airhead. In that order.
Claire Danes and James Marsden star as parents of a teen in ‘As Cool As I Am’. If you still think of Danes as Angela Chase, you are old.
Prepare to forget everything you didn’t know about Aristotle Onassis.
Bay talks about the craziest action scene he’s ever filmed and why he’ll never work with Shia again.
‘Hunger Games’ keeps casting young people. That’s age discrimination, and old people shouldn’t have to stand for it.
The studio apparently made him an offer that he was very comfortable refusing.
Matt Reeves wants to suck your blood again.
He just wants his kids back!
He’ll soon be the next Kevin Bacon.
How can a non-zombie be expected to make a movie about zombies?