They walk with pride… and with the help of many, many grumbling Muppeteers.
Below you will find a list of new films that are being released this weekend, along with the best and worst reviews we could find. I hope you’re happy.
Zodiac writer Jamie Vanderbilt is web-slinging his way back to crime dramas with ‘Red Riding’.
Here are your weekend links.
‘From Mia With Love’ is a comedy about three virgin guys who order a Russian bride, in order to lose their v-cards. Of course, everything goes exactly as planned.
Since ‘Logan’s Run’, Baby Goose has developed a hankerin’ for unoriginal material.
It’s all about the Benjamins.
Megan Ellison won the war!
A guy that has made some really bad career decisions recently will be playing a guy that has made some really bad career decisions recently.
You’ve pushed James Marsden’s buttons for the last time, Alexander Skarsgard.
It does have McLovin, though.
Once again, Tobey Maguire is the least attractive star in a film.
That costume’s going to be abrasive when they get down to business.
Producers promise (threaten?) the film will be like ‘Taken’ with elements of ‘The Hangover’. Alex Pettyfer is no Chris Tucker.
‘Cyrano de Bergerac’, but with Twitter.
Instead of ‘body, head, body’ it’s just ‘head, head, head’.
It’s one thing if it’s just another bad horror action movie, but it’s sad how much work is wasted on this.
Martin Scorsese will want to know if Lars Von Trier is talking to him.
‘The Three Stooges’ cast – Will Sasso, Sean Hayes, the recently confirmed Chris Diamantopoulos – are all TV actors. Now that will change. *Thunder*
Pettyfer will star in Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Magic Mike’, about two male stripper friends. Nothing bonds two dudes like women stuffing dollar bills into their speedos.
Director Jeff Chan got creative with the popular viral video, turning it into more than the internet ever could have expected. Apparently Charlie’s biting a lot more than just fingers…
Three Warner Bros movies got release dates, so mark your calendars for ‘Dark Shadows’, ‘Rivals’ and ‘Journey 2′. Or just let their incessant marketing campaigns remind you.
Levine is following the time-tested career arc of “NYC pot dealer-movie to zombie romance-movie to sci-fi blockbuster.” How cliché.
No, it’s not because they’ve become so incredibly famous that fans might mob them at a Starbucks. They joined the internet meme turned movie ‘Safety Not Guaranteed’.
Between ‘Gattaca’ and this film, from now on, when you think “dystopia,” think Andrew Niccol.
But it’s not like they owe us anything.
No wonder Sean Penn turned out so messed up.
The story behind the popular website Terrorister.com.
Will this be the one that finally gives the whole movie away?