He admits ‘Torque’ was his fault.
Fine. I need the extra time to get my taxes in anyways.
The Venn diagram of “people interested in this film” and “males” is two separate, non-overlapping circles.
I want my mom. I’m fine. I just want my mom.
We can commence the “Mila Kunis-Bad Witch” fantasy without having to worry about hearing from Disney’s counsel.
This short clip is way better than ‘Bewitched’.
A movie about a more intimate kind of fireside chat.
Woody Harrelson has joined the cast of Jay Roach’s Game Change. Oddly enough, he won’t be playing his patented crazy redneck character.
Maybe in the 3rd season Archer will stop being such an ass.
Now you can play video games AND make the Weinsteins richer simultaneously!
If this doesn’t go to series, it’s a total conspiracy.
Won’t you please help?
The master thespians are looking to share more than faces.
The role of Stormy Llewellyn, which sounds like a dragon porn star’s name, has been offered to Lily Collins (‘The Blind Side’).
New Line will make a biopic about the NFL’s oldest cheerleader ever, Laura Vikmanis, who worked her ass off so she could shake her ass off for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Poor people were so god damn miserable in early nineteenth century France, they just had to sing about it.
The Fox lot, which was constructed in an alternate universe where “Fringe” is a hit, ordered more episodes to fill the black hole that is Friday evenings.
‘I, Alex Cross’ will star non-teen heartthrob Perry. In fact, an image of Madea is a good romantic mood killer for people of all ages.
I’m sure Mickey’s been asking executives at Disney, in a high-pitched voice for 83 years, “who do I have to bl*w around here to star in a feature?”
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been confirmed and Juno Temple rumored for roles in ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’
Tony Chu is a federal agent who gets clues from eating. Get it? “Chew?”
Now accepting any applicants who aren’t playing Spider-Man or Captain America.
Michael Shannon does not play a very convincing teenager.
This will be the third ‘Spider-Man’ film he’s written that hasn’t seen theaters.
Does this put us one step closer to ‘American Splendor: The Musical’?
This man is paid to frustrate and confuse film audiences.
There can be only one.
Five out of five Dr. Zoidbergs agree.
Bring all of your friends to Cannes and see some dinosaurs!
The pilot, “Black Jack,” concerns a retired special ops agent, and has nothing whatsoever to do with Jack Black.