He cast Roberto Benigni for the Rome production, in keeping with Italian law.
Or was one season enough.
Policeman. Firefighters. And now, EMT’s. Leary is completing his Emergency Responders Trilogy.
Writer Stephen McFeely just got a big PDF of comics from Marvel.
The “Jackass” star died in a car accident early this morning. Aw dammit!
Humphries will be outfitted with expensive motion capture technology. Lilly will put on some elf ears.
Plus two more people are in it.
Radical, hang 10, tubular, etc.
‘America’s Most Wanted’ gets cancelled, replaced by this. Coincidence? Yeah.
Could a show about girls with guns be successful?
The guy did ‘Shanghai Knights’, so his track record in accurate retellings of medieval lore speaks for itself.
If you’re tired of not having water shot into your face as you watch ‘The King’s Speech’, pay attention: This is your Woodstock.
We’ll finally learn how he got so good at hitting guys.
The costume designer picked out some pretty impressive pants. Give her a raise.
The end of the world seems like a bummer.
HBO will be holding thoughtful panels on two shows. Fox will be just bringing out everyone who gets a paycheck from the network, star or not.
Director Greg Mottola says the writer kept the expletives at a minimum.
Expect to see a lot of him in the next ‘Mission: Impossible’ sequel.
Get ready for a really quirky magician.
Magicians versus Hitler. I’m there, dude.
Apparently, ridding the Earth of alien invaders is “Charlie work.”
Cumberbatch will serve as the voice and will provide the motions captured for the role of a dragon, which sounds pretty damn fun.
If you’ve spent any time around film students, chances are you’ve thought about punching them in the face.
Persistence pays off as Luke Evans scores a blockbuster movie role as an archer.
He’ll embarrass the Reilly Family name in all new ways.
In 760 days or so, we’ll all be basking in the glory that is ‘Despicable Me 2′.
Dexter Morgan and Showtime would like you to know that the new season is not going to suck.
‘Ouija’ will serve as a bridge between the world of the living and the world of thin film plots.
To be fair, it’s hard to take “crazy” seriously when you’re that soft-spoken.
Expect it to blow right past “Oz” to claim the title of “most disturbing sex on pay-cable.”