Chase has hired Gandolfini to star in Twylight Zones, a film that will test the actor’s range by forcing him to play an Italian-American father in New Jersey
‘Moon’ helped rocket Duncan Jones to the top of many best director lists. It was only natural that the offers would come rolling in. Including offers that Jones was too plain chicken to accept.
Members of Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Club have bestowed their annual Man of the Year award to walking lowest common denominator Jay Leno.
It’s been reported in the past that director Spike Lee was working on a full-length drama (or, “joint”) entitled Brooklyn Loves MJ. Well now, according to The Playlist, the movie is “not happening.”
Due to pressure from the Parents’ Television Association, Subway is the most recent advertiser to pull out of the racy MTV show ‘Skins’. Pun very much intended.
With the possible completion and release of Orson Welles’ The Other Side of the Wind 40 years after principal photography in 1972, one could say that Welles is the 2Pac of cinema.
It turns out we’re probably not going to see any more ‘Matrix’ movies after all. Darn it?
Matthew Weiner hasn’t begun work on the fifth season of “Mad Men.”
The Paul Rudd-starring comedy My Idiot Brother sold for a cool $7 million, with plans for not only a wide release, but $15 million devoted to marketing.
Because we can never have enough movies about men flying around dressed like Chinese knock-offs of Iron Man, you’ll be happy to know that a War Machine spin-off is in the works.
Natalie Portman lands a prestigious honor.
Kevin Smith is going to turn a profit on his new film Red State on his own terms. The director is taking his film on the road in the coming months, screening it in several cities before its official release date in October.
The awards that celebrate that absolute worst in cinema are coming soon, and 2010 was a real banner year for cinematic excrement. Hollywood really outdid itself this year!
To celebrate its release, we’re giving away three copies of the film!
This next piece of news will cause streaks in your blue face paint, Avatards.
A lot of pundits are slamming Kevin Smith for his bold ploy at the Sundance Film Festival. He staged a “public auction” of his film Red State, only to buy it himself to launch a new non-studio distribution system.
The seemingly-indestructible fitness legend has passed away.
Britain’s version of Christina Hendricks, screenwriter Jane Goldman has shot down any rumors that ‘Kick-Ass 2′ is currently in the works.
According to Ain’t It Cool News, Keanu Reeves recently hinted at the possibility of another set of Matrix movies.
You know her as the secret Olsen twin, but now she’s making a name for herself after Sundance.
Kevin Smith is already drumming up publicity for his next movie.
DIRECTV IS PROPAGANDA!!!!11
Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours earned a lot of critical acclaim for its realistic depiction of hiker Aron Ralston hacking off his own arm with a dull penknife, but it turns out it could have been even more painful to watch.
There’s a lot of lame elements to Wonder Woman, and if anyone knows about lame superhero shows, it’s NBC.
There’s not gonna be a Wolverine cameo, bub. However, you will get a very different take on Professor X.
Everyone’s favorite lamb silencer is in talks to play the ‘Psycho’ director.
The siren song of Harry Potter movie spoilers is impossible to resist…
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Lazy Eyes is looking to add a second movie role to his filmography.
The next facet of Conan O’Briens slow, mafia-like revenge on NBC has gone into effect.
This week it was announced that Anne Hathaway will play Selena Kyle/Catwoman in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming The Dark Knight Rises, but was she the best actress for the job? Fight!