Las Vegas-based murderers beware.
Nothing says “I’m gonna cut you” like a Youtube tribute video…
They’re hoping to recapture some of that ‘Jonah Hex’ magic.
Even if you are the sort of person that cares more about Eric Stolz than Eric Schmidt, our simple guide to Google plus will make everything O.K.
He’s probably going to be one of those really lame villains that uses brainpower instead of guns.
This Sherlock Holmes seems to solve problems with weapons instead of wit.
Carefully craft enough poop jokes and your dreams will come true too.
Fear not – It’s still going to be a pretty great deal.
John Cusack subs for Tobey Maguire in ‘The Paperboy,’ and Paul Rudd invents his very own home cryogenics system.
You will be missed.
An eccentric millionaire paid me to write this list.
Your were not nearly as cool as you think you were during those 4.5 years you spent at junior college, which is why these college movies that never get old.
If you have an irrational fear of little people, this probably isn’t for you.
Jennifer Connelly appears in the comedy-thriller ‘Salvation Boulevard.’
Someone put 9000 LEGO pieces and a crapload of time into this.
What better way to hide those unsightly glory-holes in your wall?
Director: Steven Quale Cast: Nicholas D’Agosto, Emma Bell, Arlen Escarpeta Synopsis: Survivors of a suspension-bridge collapse learn there’s no way you can cheat Death. Release Date: August 12, 2011
New DVD releases for Tuesday, July 12th, 2011
An action-packed, fitting conclusion to a monumental franchise.
It sounds as though, based on these selections, we are beginning to see the resurrection of “weirdo Johnny Depp.” Welcome back, old friend.
It’s all coming to end.
From Thor to huntsman to race car driver. Geez. We get it. You’re macho.
She’ll play the proud proprietor of The Breast Choice.
Chiklis will be playing the villain in Jason Statham’s ‘Parker’, while Goggins and his teeth will play…a progressive democrat. Fun!
Just in time to quench your oddly-specific thirst, here’s a list of tried and true tearjerkers that have been known to make a man cry.
In light of recent events, he stopped holding out for ‘Junior 2′.
Somebody get Public Enemy in the studio. NOW!
Director: Marcus NispelCast: TDBSynopsis: TBD
Sons Of Anarchy, Fat Rob McElhenney, and regular-sized Nathan Fillion.