Kermit may do a better raspy Ryan Reynolds than even Ryan Reynolds himself.
The child in me who likes to see people being eaten really wants this.
Too much madness to explain in one excerpt.
X-Men: First Class didn’t appeal to everyone. To this guy, it was “a little piece of hell.”
Joining Simon West, the whole cast is coming back. Though another Schwarzenegger cameo is a bit up in the air right now.
Hugh Jackman has the enviable skill of being able to cross over between the ‘Wolverine’ and Broadway crowds.
Younger shops for car movies the way most people shop for cars.
Let’s all get really worked up. Together. As a family.
Terri is a fat kid, but they don’t play the fat card very long.
An introductory guide to one of the best movie stars ever.
Joss Stone is the Frank Sinatra Jr. of our time…
I’m a little late to the party with Mila Kunis, but it’s better than never showing up at all.
Noted funnymen may team up to bring us the humor.
Only one of these films is not in 3D, which is fine with me, as I find rural bullying hits too close to home as it is.
Superman’s mom liked to drink, so it was anyone’s guess who the real father was.
The ones showcased at E3 this year try hard to change the tide.
He’s remaking the French version of an American novel. Who has squatter’s rights?
Blake Lively is Carol Ferris in Green Lantern.
Finally, a slavery movie fit for the holidays.
Tell Mama don’t cry. Cuz even if they kill me. They can never take the life of a real G. I’m getting money.
They got Chris Hemsworth. Now they need to fill his mouth with words.
Now you can see them all in one video!
Apparently, starring in a hokey basketball comedy is not LeBron’s highest priority right now. Weird.
Ben Stiller would be putting on his “overwhelmed everyman” hat on for this one, returning his “comically over-the-top bad guy” hat to the closet.
Robert Duvall and Kevin Bacon are just some of the actors that will speak slowly and deliberately in this film.
You’d have to be an idiot not to notice.
A new sci-fi actioner you’ll no doubt see.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, the girl next door, gets a punk rock make over in ‘Scott Pilgrim VS. The World.’
Aim for the brain, boys.
New DVD Releases for June 14th, 2011