Now that we’ve all gotten used to the idea of Peter Parker being able to organically spin webbing from his wrists, those bastards at Sony are pulling the rug out from under us once again, bringing back Spider-Man’s famous web-shooters.
Robert Downey Jr. has signed on to lend his voice to the bespectacled genius dog Mr. Peabody in ‘Peabody and Sherman’, the CGI big screen adaptation of the beloved animated shorts from “The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.”
The effects of working too hard and drinking too much scotch.
America has been craving another Arnold Schwarzenegger movie ever since his world-changing cameo appearance in The Expendables. And it looks like we will get our wish.
The movie of the weekend (at least as far as box office was concerned) was Michel Gondry’s (or was it actually Seth Rogen’s?) The Green Hornet.
The show’s return on Jan. 20 is actually long awaited by fans, since it went on hiatus over the summer. This year, get to meet the rival city to Pawnee, IN.
Looks like that “General Hospital” stint is going to pay off after all. James Franco will draw upon his famous artist-cum-serial-killer experience this summer when he directs and stars in The Night Stalker.
As was done by Delirious-era Eddie Murphy before him, Chris Evans’s Captain America is intent on showing the world how comfortable and mobile a leather bodysuit truly is.
The least big, dumb and loud part of the first Expendables movie has confirmed for Access Hollywood that he will be participating in the sequel.
You watched it or you didn’t watch it. Doesn’t matter much either way. The comforting news is The Tourist didn’t go home with anything.
The Green Hornet is the number 1 movie this weekend, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is satisfied.
Susannah York was a significant star in British and American theater and movies in the late 60s and 70s, but she’s probably most well-known to American audiences as Lara, Superman’s biological Kryptonian mother in the 1978 blockbuster Superman and its assorted sequels.
Director: Tom Shadyac Cast: Tom Shadyac, Marc Ian Barasch, Coleman Barks, Noam Chomsky Synopsis: Director Tom Shadyac speaks with intellectual and spiritual leaders about what’s wrong with our world and…
The new one-sheet for Hobo With a Shotgun, the newest movie to be spawned from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s weirdly influential box-office flop Grindhouse, is pretty much what you’d expect.
Director: Miguel Arteta Cast: Ed Helms, John C. Reilly, Anne Heche, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Kurtwood Smith, Stephen Root, Sigourney Weaver, Aliah Shawkat Synopsis: Tim Lippe has no idea what he’s…
Director: Kevin Smith Cast: Michael Parks, John Goodman, Kevin Pollak, Melissa Leo, Stephen Root Synopsis: Set in Middle America, a group of teens receive an online invitation for sex, though…
Director: Don Roos Cast: Natalie Portman, Lisa Kudrow, Lauren Ambrose, Scott Cohen, Mona Lerche, Mary Joy Synopsis: A comedy/drama that details the story of a woman’s difficult relationship with her…
According to America’s Newsman Harry Knowles, Disney is close to giving the flashing green light that is also a lightcycle or a small one-person airplane to a sequel to 2010′s Tron: Legacy.
It’s about as shocking as Farmville requests flooding your feed. Why do critics hate Andy’s toys?
If you owned the classic Nintendo in the 80s and love ‘Aliens,’ your jaw will drop at this game project that got lost in space.
To the left, my dear Watson, is a brand new still from the motion picture ‘Sherlock Holmes 2.’ Examine it carefully for evidence!
It’s like ‘Paranormal Activity’ en espanol… y… la biblioteca?
Fox Studios is switching up ‘Apes’ and ‘Penguins.’ Scheduling movies sounds like running a damn, dirty zoo.
Photos of Denis Leary in the Spider-Man reboot are leaking faster than web fluid out of an arachnid’s ass.
Forget Charlie, it’s the sharks you should be worried about.
Nicole Kidman is producing and is considering starring in her Blossom Partner’s remake of Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing.
We don’t always agree on the happenings in the entertainment community, and we like to make our beefs public. Would you rather spend a night out on the town with Charlie Sheen or Kiefer Sutherland? Staying in is not an option. Fight!
According to friend Ivan Reitman, Arnold is going to continue to commit his time to public service. Movies, not so much.
For a bunch of rural Chilean miners, these guys are pretty savvy when it comes to entertainment law.
In an effort to determine if all homeless people are secretly hiding extraordinary talents, Break sent actor David Faustino out on the streets of Los Angeles to do a little scouting.