Shia explains the Megan Fox/Michael Bay beef and how it’s cool when chicks take their clothes off.
Look behind you, she’s got an ax!
Everything is about weddings now.
Jay Harrington and Ali Cobrin have signed up for a piece of the pie.
Gosling is backing away from ‘The Idolmaker’. My sources have confirmed that the spirit rock and roll music has officially died in Gosling’s heart.
George Lucas doesn’t just make films about wars in space. He also makes films about wars on boring ol’ Earth.
An artsy-as-hell take on the ultimate superhero showdown. Or something.
She’s the hardest-working sexy actress in showbiz.
This kid is alienated by aliens. Irony alert!
William H. Macy, Matt Dillon, and Craig Robinson will bring the “freaky,” and, as always, Brendan Fraser will unload the “deaky.”
I am like the genie of internet posters, but only for specific movies at specific times.
Is this your card? How about this one? No? Sh*t.
A grating musical number is already a foregone conclusion.
Oh, man! The ‘Cowboys and Aliens’ guys better not catch wind of this. They will be sooooooo pissed.
Hurricanes AND eerie premonitions? This movie’s got something for fans of all sorts of different awful things.
‘Tarzan: A New Hope’?
Dumb alien = box office gold.
James Bond will return in: Fall, 2012.
I’m not crying. Shut up. I just hit my eye while lifting weights.
A superhero movie? It’ll never work.
It will either be about Tom Hanks fighting pirates or racecars. To clarify, Tom Hanks won’t be fighting racecars.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte could be teaming up to make the blondest, wrinkliest film of all time.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton are like the Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt of the 60s and 70s, only with eighty less adopted children.
But will Ric Roman Waugh direct the movie… on fire?
Can’t wait for ‘Dark Knight Rises’? You can see Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy in theaters this year, albeit in a movie that’s not about Batmen.
You know you’re getting on in years when your IMDB page includes special effects for ‘King Kong’. Not the Peter Jackson one, or the ancient Charles Grodin one. The Fay Wray one.
Which director will Disney set sail with? Hey, that pun kinda works with the visual themes of the movie. Great.
At this point, I’m half-expecting the producers to announce they have just signed on Christian Slater to play some long-lost fourth stooge.
Rumors say the producers of the Stephen King adaptation have put Hailee Steinfeld (‘True Grit’) at the top of their casting wish list. If she takes the part, she’ll get a $10 horse.
He may be going back to his roots of scaring the sh*t out of people.