It’s a stop-motion animated (good) story that Burton made up (very good) about a well-meaning boy who turns his dog into a monster.
The now “cult classic” movie-musical about singing newsboys is coming to The Great White… New Jersey.
It’s 2011. There have got to be less dorky ways to prevent infection.
Berkeley Breathed’s ‘Flawed Dogs’ has been optioned by the studio in their never ending pursuit of giving Jonah Hill voice over work.
Roseanne has a reality show that you might not see anything else about if you flee the country now.
While being alone on Valentines Day might seem like a fate worse than death, the fact of the matter is that being in a relationship can be just as bad. As they say, the grass is always greener. Don’t believe me? Well, here are 9 films that prove you’re probably better off alone.
The ‘Salt’ director is in talks to step in for Pierre Morel.
Say hello to ‘The Amazing Spider-Man.’
It will serve as a reunion for two “Soprano’s” rivals. Vincent Curatola will be joining James Gandolfini to reminisce about the old neighborhood.
Serene Branson is getting a lot of attention today on the internet for this video, which is from local LA coverage of last night’s Grammy Awards.
3 stars somehow agree to star in a movie with the worst title of all time.
Start your melting clocks and get ready for the countdown, because there’s a nontraditional, nonlinear, 3D Salvador Dali biopic coming soon.
January Jones dishing dirt!
Wally Pfister took home the top honor at the American Society of Cinematographers awards last night for his work on ‘Inception’. OR DID HE!?
Sorry guys. It looks like Cinemax used to be cool. The pay cable network has announced that it is forgoing the programming that helped it earn the nickname “Skinemax.”
Judi Dench and Michelle Monaghan want ‘Better Living Through Chemistry’.
Secret vampire hunter Abraham Lincoln has taken a wife. Though it’s likely they will sleep in separate beds.
This weekend was a chance for messianic pop star Justin Bieber to show he reigns supreme not just on Twitter, but where it counts: At the box office.
Marion Cotillard was seen by a friend of a friend getting fitted for a utility belt and cowl.
David Slade wants everyone to know that his interest in vampires is NOT just a phase.
Lars Von Trier now has a way to bring his latest depressive episode to you.
James Franco does art too.
Director: George NolfiCast: Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, Christoph Waltz, Anthony MackieSynopsis: On the brink of winning a seat in the U.S. Senate, ambitious politician David Norris (Damon) meets beautiful contemporary ballet dancer Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt)—a woman like none he’s ever known. But just as he realizes he’s falling for her, mysterious men conspire to keep the two apart. Release Date: September 17, 2010
Someone else thinks he deserves a directorial credit on The Room.
Like a ripped, shirtless teen transforming into a vampire after a bite, the movie industry has been transformed into something awful by ‘Twilight.’
Based on the director’s recent work, I’m guessing the Texas-based drama a lot of product placement for Texaco and maybe propane companies.
Rob Riggle wins the Super Bowl of acting gigs, starring in a potentially very lucrative CBS sitcom.
The director cameos as a car named John Lassetire, which I’m told is a clever pun, but I don’t get it at all. What’s a “Lassetire?” It’s like solving the DaVinci Code, you guys.
If you’re too young to remember, a gentleman by the name of Barack Obama (‘Mythbusters’) was running for a little title called the President of the United States of America.
Earlier this week, Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that he’s actively searching for his next starring role, but should he consider an action-packed film? Fight!