Director: Dan Rush Cast: Will Ferrel, Rebecca Hall, Laura Dern Synopsis: When an alcoholic relapses, causing him to lose his wife and his job, he holds a yard sale on…
How’s Clive Owen going to get out of this one?
‘Fast Five’ is pretty much the best thing to happen to America in a while.
You’ll never guess who she’s been cast to play.
Lee Pace and Dean O’Gorman are being fitted for chainmail as I type.
And yes, Dick Van Dyke is involved.
Bryan Cranston is blowing up faster and hotter than a meth lab explosion.
USA! USA! USA!
Alternative headline: ‘Will It Be A ‘Red Light Winter’ For Mark Ruffalo?’
Jacqueline Emerson, best “known” as voice on the animated cat-tastrophe “Father of the Pride” (see what I did back there?), will play Foxface in Lionsgate’s upcoming adaptation.
Some of you butt, boob and leg guys out there might switch to the under appreciated back after seeing this poster below.
The title sounds like a jazz album somebody recommended to me in college, but I never listened to.
Both Vanessa Hudgens and Brendan Fraser have career goblins. For Hudgens, it’s a never-ending stream of nude photos and videos. For Frasier, it’s a lot worse: ‘Furry Vengeance’.
Various elements have combined to form a poster image for ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’.
Will Ferrell drops some knowledge on ‘Anchorman 2′ and the more immediate ‘Southern Rivals’.
Tornados have devastated the South, killing 300 people in their wake. Far less important: Fox is postponing new episodes of their animated series because of it. I think we’ll all manage just fine.
You’ll very likely see him in ‘World War Z’ and ‘Gangster Squad’. He’s come a long way from rap battling Eminem.
Robert Zemeckis is going back…to the past. Then forward…to the less-distant past. Then back…to the past. And so forth…
Ahhhh, he’s glamoring me!!!!
He thinks Ed Helms’ face tattoo looks a little familiar.
But not for any kind of film project. At least not until Judd Apatow decides he wants to reboot.
Strip! Strip! Strip!
Try the milkshake.
Can you smell what Charlie Pride is cooking? It’s racial harmony.
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But will he battle oppressive horse overlords?
He’s gone. He’s really gone.
I don’t know who all these young, whipper-snapping, hair-whipping, Twitter actors are coming from.
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream. That dream had nothing to do with there being a biopic about his life, let alone two competing biopics.