What is the GD hold-up?
Thanks to a $300 worldwide box office, a sequel was as inevitable as Evelyn Salt stopping the nuclear missiles at the end.
Forget everything you never knew about comic book stores.
The moon will be a much sexier place if Doug Liman gets his way.
She’s been formally invited to get freaky-deaky with Daniel Craig.
Casting directors everywhere send out feelers for the “Japanese Andre the Giant.”
Dwayne Johnson steps in to save another sequel.
Everything’s coming up Idris Elba.
You’d think with all the time-traveling in the first one they’d be able to get it in on time.
He might have to get a bit drunk though.
Who steals a married couple’s sex tape?
Another tragically lost soul.
Carrey is talking about falling off the jet way again. Maybe that’d be more pleasant than penguin wrangling?
We’ve got a new image of Shockwave. “Hey, One Eye, you think you’re so tough? How ’bout I transform into a giant middle finger, eh?”
The famous director has gone back on the idea of digitally altering past films, putting Spielberg at odds with his friend George “I Change My Old Movies All The Time, Just To Piss You Off” Lucas.
Director Bobby Glickert went from robot fluffer to sci-fi super-player.
‘Glutton’ is about a bedridden, 1200 pound man, which is awesome.
‘The Pacific’ actor has been indoctrinated and thetan-scanned into Anderson’s new Scientology-based movie.
14 Lego men died in the construction of this vehicle.
We all knew it was just a matter of time.
I’m anticipating a mix-up where they get the statue for Best Hottie BJ Scene or Finest Vin Diesel Performance.
Watch your back, projectionists.
The future is now, people.
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.