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Post-impressionist painters should have done more superhero-themed work.
They got Bentley!
A frequent face in teen comedies, Kat Dennings is taking a stab at the superhero genre with her role in Thor.
His adorable stammer will fetch many a dubloon.
So many mutants to keep track of.
It’s action! It’s comedy! It’s an ‘action-comedy’!
Daniel Stern is buried in the basement.
The 2010 celebrity deaths left us stunned, saddened and aghast at the lights that should’ve shone brightly for longer. When we hear about celebrity deaths we often grieve as if…
The writers of ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ have been hired to come up with sexy, tomb-based scenarios.
Jay Baruchel is looking to get his Final Draft on by adapting the comic ‘Random Acts of Violence’ and rewriting ‘Exorcism Diaries’.
Cooper played Perry White in the awesome 70s/80s ‘Superman’ movies, and started out as a successful child actor.
With elegant moves like these, who needs the Black Swan or the frigid White Swan?
I don’t make nearly that much for crying, macho or otherwise.
In honor of his upcoming role as King Laufey in Thor, we’ve put together a new edition of “Hey, It’s That Guy,” celebrating Feore’s career.
Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (‘Catfish’) have been hired to direct ‘Paranormal Activity 3′, not the making-of documentary.
Bill Paxton’s greatest lines mash-up.
Does Bradley Cooper have some enigmatic, macabre quality that I’m just missing?
Oh the whipping!
And her friendly producing partner, Molly Mickler Smith.
Picking 10 classic indie movies is difficult. After all, there are so many, and many new films seem poised to become classics in their own right. When narrowing it down,…
For a project that is trying to shake the image of being a “Movie of the Week,” it sure is acting like a “Movie of the Week.”
These guys have the worst luck when it comes to happening upon prehistoric piranha.
Brendan Fraser will be super-excited about all these new Brendan Fraser projects.
She does a flawless Mischa Barton.
It’s “Glee.” You know whether or not this concerns you.
Don’t call him Prince Charming, though. It’s “Charmant” in this film. Why? None of your damn business, that’s why.