Two of the hardest working men in showbusiness aren’t too busy to make time for voodoo.
She plays a publicist with a dead fiancé opposite Hank Azaria.
He’s immersing himself in ‘Jersey Shore’ reruns in preparation.
Jim buckles down to impress Robert California.
Only if they recreate Detroit on a sound stage.
If you aren’t hot on this choice, wait until you see he the female frontrunner is.
The director is in talks to creep out an entirely new generation.
“I was stealing office supplies for a scene in ‘Friends with Benefits’. Ask anyone.”
You’re not going to get them.
On the one hand, she’ll be in a nurse’s uniform. On the other, she might kill me.
We love you, but there are other subjects to explore.
Who says girls can’t be funny? Well, at least some of them.
No hard feelings?
Yo, HBO. You wanna hit?
An airplane thriller focusing on an air marshall. One request: DON’T MAKE IT LIKE ‘FLIGHTPLAN’! Thx.
For a romantic comedy, this one has a pretty fun little premise. I’m giving it my highest rating for a romantic comedy: two stars, sight unseen.
A man is tumbling through space until his oxygen runs out, wondering what the hell happened. Do not see this movie stoned.
The show must go on, even if Jack leaves.
Oh yeah, and the men are in a polyamorous gay relationship now.
Samuel L. Jackson’s character gets the privilege of forcing Kellan Lutz to fight for his freedom. Jealous!
Noam Murro has a schedule conflict.
She’s also a big fan of Beavis and Butt-Head.
The question is…what’s he picking up at the pharmacy?
FIGHT!! FIGHT!! FIGHT!!
He also offers up some other spoilers.
Van surfing might finally see the light of day.
Can’t wait for the ride based on ‘The Death of Mr. Lazarescu’.
He wants to play a dude named ‘Rawbone’ (maybe) in ‘Creed of Violence’.
Maybe this movie will reveal the goodness behind the man, but it will probably just be about beautiful piles of cocaine.
Indiana Jones and James Bond: Together at last.