Special effects wizard and robotics master John Nolan builds some mighty impressive stuff.
Sutherland will star in ‘Slight of Hand’, about a gang of bush-league criminals in Paris who get ahold of a rare gold coin. Don’t put that in the Coke machine– damn it, too late.
Rachel Weisz playing an international woman of intrigue makes tons of sense. More than my Janeane Garofalo suggestion, anyway.
Harrelson will play Haymitch (“Hey, Mitch…’sup?”) for Lionsgate’s adaptation Susanne Collins dystopian tween-o-thon.
Remember how angry Paul Giamatti got about Merlot in ‘Sideways’? Now it’s time for a new celebrity to freak out in a new Alexander Payne movie: Mr. George Clooney.
If you like hate the “motion” aspect of “motion pictures,” you will be enamored with this post.
This project will forever serve as the benchmark against which all “gritty reboots” are measured.
This report courtesy of Sir Ian McKellan, your most trusted source for the Hollywood dish!
Ethan Hawke, start the reactor.
Everything Must Go actress Rebecca Hall is a product of the industry.
Luke Skywalker is now enemy number 1.
One battle to determine, once and for all, which is king of the lowbrow movie gimmicks.
2 Fast, 2 Oscar-Worthy.
Almost as fun as playing Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots alone by yourself in the dark.
This sizzle reel is gonna sizzle fo sho.
Pacino as a gangster? I can’t imagine.
Sometimes boobs aren’t the best weapon.
Mel Gibson stars as a depressed CEO who speaks via a beaver puppet in this Jodie Foster joint.
Who’s this pit for: Ra’s al Ghul or Bane? Time to fire up the Batputer and process these clues.
How would he not have more cuts and bruises?
Michael Cera is in a new indie movie. Is your head trembling, unable to process that shocking news?
Not all sandwiches are created equal.
Guillermo del Toro is pitting the young actor against some giant “malevolent” bugs. Benevolent bugs would be funnier.
Spielberg is too busy directing Lincoln and Executive Producing a whole bunch o’ stuff for ’39 Clues’. “Feed it to the Rat-Man,” he said.
‘Human Nature’ is about people becoming pets. We’d better get awesome litter boxes.
John Luessenhop is the man that will decide when and where virtual chainsaws get thrust in audiences’ faces.
I expect this to be a “feel good” movie. And by “feel good,” I mean that someone will probably witness a family member getting executed.
Hopefully he can make alcoholism funny again.
The producers of ‘The Hunger Games’ made this move because they know one thing to be true: Tweens love Tucci.