These things are not next to (or anywhere near) godliness.
Robots? Aliens? Teens in the future?
Director: Zack SnyderCast: Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Abbie Cornish, Jenna Malone, Carla Gugino, Jamie Chung, Jon Hamm, Scott GlennSynopsis: A young girl is institutionalized by her wicked stepfather. Retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the facility.Release Date: March 25th, 2011
Robert De Niro, who was most recently seen taking a needle to Little Bobby, has all but killed Jonathan Demme’s ‘Honeymoon With Harry’. The script must be lacking jokes about cat nipples.
The Insanity Express is starting to shape up. Sheen and his extremely frustrated lawyers have added 12 new stops to his one-man show across the US and Canada.
Fox Searchlight wants an Oscar nominated director to helm the Russ Meyer biopic. Meyer was the writer/director/producer/craft services/breast appreciator for a number of famous b-movies.
These new posters from ‘Cars 2′ are classy. As in, you could buy them framed at a Bed Bath & Beyond classy.
Oliver Stone wants Johnson to play a pothead, and he might also star opposite Keira Knightley. Good life.
If you build a ‘Superman’ reboot, Kevin Costner will come. Specifically, he’ll come on board as Clark Kent’s dad for Zack Snyder’s ‘Superman: Man of Steel’.
‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel’ director Betty Thomas is rumored to be the top choice Isla Fisher’s lady version of ‘The Hangover’.
Ridley Scott and his brother Hatty McRedHatsAlot are halting their ongoing purple nirple war to team up on a new project.
To the chagrin of President Lincoln, Alan Tudyk has aligned himself with the South.
Samuel L. Jackson is going to be the most foul-mouthed samaritan ever.
Hint: none of them are ‘Outsourced’.
Roger Ebert’s mortal enemy ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ has screenwriters everywhere adding lasers to their specs.
Can a film actually collapse into itself if it features too many heartthrobs?
You know what ‘The Lorax’ needs? Romance!
And the winners are…
Johnny Depp must be a glutton for punishment. The Tourist star is trying to free up his schedule so that he can guest star on depraved meanie-butt Ricky Gervais’ new show “Life’s Too Short.”
‘Lost’ vs. Madea
The director refuses to be away from his family for so long. And no one tells a scarved man what to do.
Val Kilmer wants to be a cowboy, baby.
Alfred from the Burton/Schumacher ‘Batman’ movies will be missed.
First there was Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, and now Summit is looking to make The Last Witch Hunter. If I were a witch, I’d be pissed right about now.
Lawrence officially did get the part in ‘Hunger Games’, a film franchise that’s getting hyped as the new ‘Twilight’. *Confetti*
Brooks is in negotiations for a part in the ‘Knocked Up’ spin-off, which I assume includes a lot of sad puppy dog faces from the Brooks camp.
‘Superman’ reboot director Snyder will take a thankfully bizarro approach to Bryan Singer’s action-less version.
‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ will try to stake Pixar’s ‘The Brave’ at the box office. *Gasps*
Excited to see Thor in 3D? How about Blur-O-Vision? New pics from the Kenneth Brannaugh directed movie are low on image quality, high on image cool-ity.
In ‘Horns’, LaBeouf will play a guy who wakes up from a night of heavy drinking with a pair of horns growing from his head. I’ve had worse hangovers.