If you start now you can be done by the weekend.
One role? You’ll have to try harder than that, Dave.
Vincent Gallo is playing multiple characters in his next film. Chloe Sevigny is going to have jaw trouble.
Threat Level: Heigl.
So now the actors won’t have to improvise all their lines.
Will Ferrell’s debut on “The Office” next week officially has NBC’s hype machine set to kray kray.
Seems like taking your shirt off on “Californication” is a surefire gateway to the big pictures.
Over the years, Fox’s proposed reboot of 1947′s ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ has collected more comedian interest than a hot asian girl at a stand-up club wearing a tight Ghostbusters t-shirt.
Ben Affleck is in talks to join director Baz Luhrmann’s new version of the literary classic I somewhat remember from high school english class.
‘The Crow’ is back from the dead and ready to paint its face… to freak you out.
This man has forgotten more about sex than you’ve ever learned.
Arnold to give patrolling the US borders one more shot.
This Austrian film looks a bit like a great German film, in a very good way.
He’s shooting down rumors with the hope of tricking you into seeing ‘Scream 4′.
WARNING: If you’ve lost your job or home within the last few years, this article will enrage.
This is the spot where I would put a fitting quote from ‘Romeo and Juliet’. I wish I was smarter.
“Hold the onions” -FOX.
You wanted a Dusty Springfield biopic, now you have a Dusty Springfield biopic.
Tim Roth is a decent actor.
And the winners are…
It’s a who’s who of whoever has worked with Joe Wright before.
The fact that ‘Captain America: The Last Avenger’ shot in the UK kinda sucks Henry Cavill-style, but at least they’re dipping their shield into a little American location pie.
Glenn Beck is gonna have to go back to the conspiracy drawing board, because his Fox News show is coming to an end. Who’s behind all this? NPR? The Obama Administration?
Twentieth Century Fox’s marketing team knows: the more words you add to a title, the more money you will make. That is science fact.
Bardem is in final talks to join the adaptation of Stephen King’s book series, which will include three movies and two TV mini-series. Okay, but will there also be a web series and a couple Nintendo 3DS games?
Comedian Rob Riggle (‘The Daily Show’) is ready to torment some kids. Or rather, cops pretending to be kids. Or rather… something. We’ll see.
Woody Allen, Tyler Perry and David Cronenberg will direct them. In different projects, though I’d be curious to know what the six of them would accomplish together.
At his latest press junket, he gave good indications that Peter Jackson wants Legolas back.
Hulk is his generation’s Hamlet.
He couldn’t just let a perfectly good can of mustache wax go to waste, guys.