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.
Taste the hammer of ‘Thor’, America!
When he wasn’t killing vampires, Honest Abe was orating. Which might not be as exciting to you youngsters, but was no less important.
Skateland is bound to be filled with attractive young actresses. Ellen Hollman is one of them.
‘Backmask’ will contain “paranoia, possession and the paranormal,” but will it contain masks strapped to backs?
And it’s not called ‘The Wrong Picture’ anymore.
Research for a role just got real.
It’s got Sam Worthington and it’s set in the future!
Star Sara Paxton likes it that way.
You can’t escape your fate.
Watch the road!
Definitely not sponsored by Nasonex.
Good news for fans of the decent actor.
He’s got a gun!
Fassbender is in talks to join Danny Boyle’s thriller remake ‘Trances’, where he’d play a regular old human art thief.
If anyone asks, “were you the robot dog in ‘Spy Kids 4′,” Gervais will just tell them “that was Steve Coogan.” It won’t work, but he can try.
Check out the spookeriffic poster for producer Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark’. Just remember: posters can’t harm you.
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Brendan Fraser will play an archer. Not a cartoon archer, or an archer that has a strange monkey sidekick. Just an archer.
After ‘Wild Wild West’, I thought the Western genre put a restraining order on Will Smith. If it did, nobody told Quentin Tarantino.
They’re all going to visit Whitney Houston’s character in rehab.
Ben Affleck is going to venture out into set design to see if Matt copies him with that too.