You’d have to be blind not to see that the very fabric of our society is being torn apart by the outsourcing of our superheroes. Don’t believe me? Take a look at the following list. Then we’ll see who’s the “xenophobic nut bag.”
The economy must be looking up because the Sabre Corporation’s Scranton branch is hiring. “The Office” is seeking two new cast members in addition to a new boss to join the program next season.
Hugh Jackman is sooooo stoked about this new Wolverine. You think you know how stoked he is, but, bro…you have no idea.
Cameron Diaz has joined the cast of the Joel and Ethan Coen scripted ‘Gambit’, which is a remake of the 1966 film of the same name. Also, Colin Firth!
Gabriel Byrne will be playing a hard-boiled detective in ‘I, Anna,’ which started filming last week.
The newly Twitterific James Cameron is hard at work getting you to still care about 3D.
That’s right, there isn’t even going to be a monster in this movie.
Sundance saw a lot of Angarano this year.
Jim Caviezel is going to be in a new movie called Savannah, along with Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Now that she’s back on the market, everybody wants themselves some Scarlett Johansson. Feel free to add David O. Russell to that list.
America, nay, Planet Earth, I hope you’re ready to get lost in Orlando Bloom’s eyes all over again.
The director of ‘My Idiot Brother’ has announced his latest project.
With Henry Cavill officially set to don the Man of Steel’s signature red cape and crotch-fitting underpants, the rumors are beginning to swirl as to which actress he’ll be rescuing from precarious situations at one or more climactic points in the upcoming Superman reboot.
Rob Huebel and gang show us some love.
How many movies can they turn out with the word “final” in the title?
Looks like the Hollywood Foreign Press Association likes a little tough talk, don’t they? Despite the outrage caused by Ricky Gervais’s roasting of the Golden Globes attendees, they’ve asked him to host a third time.
Kristen Bell is diversifying her resume once again and heading back to television. The nudity-friendly wonderland that is Showtime, to be more exact. One can hope…
We know that Joaquin Phoenix loves beards, so it makes sense that he’s attracted to a project about a man with a legendary beard: motherfreakin’ Abraham Lincoln.
Several distributors are considering the package and wondering, “I’d like a piece of that sweet, sweet Tyler Perry box office money, but is this really gonna work? Like, at all?”
Kermit has been killed, cut up, and his chest has been re-sewn into a letter “M,” perhaps by the still-at-large ‘Sesame Street’ Killer.
Executives at Warner Bros. and CBS Films have been beckoned by Mother Abagail to make a movie version of ‘The Stand.’
It’s a dramatic bio pic that has nothing to do with ‘Real Genius’ or even lasers.
The poster for Scream 4 is old-school Scream-ish. The poster for the next Tyler Perry Madea movie is not.
And why shouldn’t James Franco have a class taught of him at an unknown university?
China’s state-run network has been caught lifting scenes from the amazingly awesome film Top Gun and claiming it to be footage of an air force training exercise.
John Woo’s 1989 ‘The Killer’ is being remade in English and given the 3-D treatment.
If ‘Never Say Never’ looks too soft for you, I think you’ll like this gritty look at ‘Justin Bieber Gritty Movie’. It’s really gritty.
It’s easy to see why people (specifically, Tom Hooper, the film’s director) are worried dubbing The King’s Speech. Anyone who’s ever seen a film dubbed for television knows what this type of editing can do, and it’s not pretty. Case in point, the following nine examples!
“Repo Games” allows contestants to keep their about-to-be-repossessed cars if they can answer three out of five questions correctly.
ICM has just signed Wham-O Toys as a client, with the intent to develop film projects out of kid favorites like the Hula Hoop, Slip-n-Slide, and Frisbee.