Just a couple of dudes pushing a movie.
Now that it has a title, we don’t need to refer to it like some sort of mythical power that will disappear into the ether.
This ain’t no ‘Sex and the City’.
It’s all about texting nowadays.
William Friedkin points out some details that you don’t give a sh*t about.
He’s rich and broken-hearted.
He’s Hollywood’s highest paid actor according to Forbes. In related news, there was already some money in the dryer when I used it today.
Given the willingness of so many media figures to blame Hollywood, it’s probably only a matter of time.
Jimmy Olsen is gonna get TOLD.
Brett Easton Ellis wrote a script that the Guy who wrote ‘Taxi Driver’ is directing about a madman who holds people captive in shark-infested waters. No big deal.
Having finished their nuptials, a newlwed couple exited the church to find the Batmobile parked across the street.
Two of the hardest working men in showbusiness aren’t too busy to make time for voodoo.
She plays a publicist with a dead fiancé opposite Hank Azaria.
He’s immersing himself in ‘Jersey Shore’ reruns in preparation.
Jim buckles down to impress Robert California.
Only if they recreate Detroit on a sound stage.
If you aren’t hot on this choice, wait until you see he the female frontrunner is.
The director is in talks to creep out an entirely new generation.
“I was stealing office supplies for a scene in ‘Friends with Benefits’. Ask anyone.”
You’re not going to get them.
On the one hand, she’ll be in a nurse’s uniform. On the other, she might kill me.
We love you, but there are other subjects to explore.
Who says girls can’t be funny? Well, at least some of them.
No hard feelings?
Yo, HBO. You wanna hit?
An airplane thriller focusing on an air marshall. One request: DON’T MAKE IT LIKE ‘FLIGHTPLAN’! Thx.
For a romantic comedy, this one has a pretty fun little premise. I’m giving it my highest rating for a romantic comedy: two stars, sight unseen.
A man is tumbling through space until his oxygen runs out, wondering what the hell happened. Do not see this movie stoned.
The show must go on, even if Jack leaves.
Oh yeah, and the men are in a polyamorous gay relationship now.