Does Bradley Cooper have some enigmatic, macabre quality that I’m just missing?
And her friendly producing partner, Molly Mickler Smith.
For a project that is trying to shake the image of being a “Movie of the Week,” it sure is acting like a “Movie of the Week.”
These guys have the worst luck when it comes to happening upon prehistoric piranha.
Brendan Fraser will be super-excited about all these new Brendan Fraser projects.
It’s “Glee.” You know whether or not this concerns you.
Don’t call him Prince Charming, though. It’s “Charmant” in this film. Why? None of your damn business, that’s why.
Look at them running around all carefree. Who do they think they are? Children??
Quoth The Untitled Raven Project, nevermore.
I’d be pissed about it too if he weren’t so smooth and British all of the time.
How many marriages will this ruin?
….. co-starring Stephen Dorff.
Fox and producer Shawn Levy are looking to make a no good, very bad adaptation.
The girl who didn’t know she slept with the Napster guy in ‘Social Network’ nabbed parts in ‘Goats’, ‘Five Year Engagement’ and ’21 Jump Street’.
Director Crowe tweeted these set photos from his new movie, ‘We Bought A Zoo’. How come Matt Damon can buy a zoo and I can’t?
The real Cobra Commander wouldn’t run away from a fight with the Joes, unless he was about to lose.
A young Vin Diesel shows off his moves on the dance floor.
Weisz is in talks to play a witchy woman in Disney’s ‘Oz, the Great and the Powerful’.
Could this movie possibly be as depressing as it sounds?
Film geeks everywhere are seething over their Criterion Collections.
Rawson Thurber knows that to direct a film about stoners, you have to be stoned yourself. Like in this photo. Probably.
Shawn Levy wants to keep the ‘Real Steel’ magic alive.
The days of the $30 million horror films could be over…
“The end of the world has never been this funny!” – That’s what some dumb pull-quote will say.
Aw, man! James Bond is gonna end up on a Razor Scooter for this one, isn’t he?
He’s in the dance of his life.
If you’re not into ‘The Host’ by Stephenie Meyer, you can just keep watching the skies instead.
They’re here! They’re finally here!