One clear recipe for success: Irish, Native American, African, Puerto Rican and Cuban—the combined heritages of actress Rosario Dawson.
Director: Andre Ovredal Cast: Otto Jespersen, Robert Stoltenberg, Knut Naerum Synopsis: A group of students investigate a series of mysterious bear killings, but learns that there are much more dangerous…
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.
Rooney Mara is the little sister of uber-hottie Kate Mara.
The big takeaway from these videos is that some unfortunate stuff is going down in Gotham.
He may be going back to his roots of scaring the sh*t out of people.
It sounds like the networks might be ready for her brand of cute racist jokes.
She’ll play Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s wife. Only in Hollywood!!!!
Sarandon is going to play Samberg’s mom, just like she does in all those SNL Digital Shorts.
Thanks to ‘Fun Size’, he can let the fellas breathe.
Evangeline Lilly is best known for her starring role on ABC’s long-running sci-fi series “Lost.”
This movie will get made much slower than you can say ‘Jackie Robinson’.
Kate Bosworth first rose to fame when a starring role in the 2002 film Blue Crush put her on the map.
Rose Byrne is an Australian actress.
Cameron Diaz is a bad teacher.
Posters! What will they think of next??
Zoe Kravitz plays the mutant Angel Salvadore in X-Men: First Class.
‘The Hunger Games’ are going into extra innings.
Probably best know for asking Leonardo DiCaprio to “paint her like one of his French girls” in Titanic.
Hide the children!
South African actress Charlize Theron is likely best known for her role as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster, for which she won an Academy Award.
It’s like ‘Pretty Woman’ but sad.
This one’s better for you if you get squeamish at the sight of blood.
Marti Noxon (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), whose last name sounds like an element on the periodic table, has turned in a new draft adapting Seth Grahame-Smith’s bestseller.
Paramount gave the interwebs a ton of new pictures showing the film’s many, many humans.
DVD releases for May 31st, 2011
Turns out we’ve been wrong about the guy this whole time.
Trying to decide whether you want to celebrate Chan’s 100th movie or the 100th year anniversary of the Chinese Revolution? What if I said… you could do both?
At least the producers of ‘American Reunion’ are adding fresh eye candy into Universal’s penis-squashed new ‘American Pie’.