Noted funnymen may team up to bring us the humor.
Superman’s mom liked to drink, so it was anyone’s guess who the real father was.
The ones showcased at E3 this year try hard to change the tide.
He’s remaking the French version of an American novel. Who has squatter’s rights?
“Breaking Bad” teaches us about so many things besides meth.
Time spent with the cast at Fox studios shed some light on what we can expect in season seven, including, but not limited to, Mac gaining 50 lbs.
Finally, a slavery movie fit for the holidays.
Tell Mama don’t cry. Cuz even if they kill me. They can never take the life of a real G. I’m getting money.
They got Chris Hemsworth. Now they need to fill his mouth with words.
Apparently, starring in a hokey basketball comedy is not LeBron’s highest priority right now. Weird.
Ben Stiller would be putting on his “overwhelmed everyman” hat on for this one, returning his “comically over-the-top bad guy” hat to the closet.
Robert Duvall and Kevin Bacon are just some of the actors that will speak slowly and deliberately in this film.
A new sci-fi actioner you’ll no doubt see.
The show proves that she looks hot even in post-apocalyptic rags.
Aim for the brain, boys.
Sean Bean got stabbed while hanging out with a topless woman. Dude’s totally getting typecast.
It’s their favorite secret place.
Just wait until SAG catches wind of this.
Will the bears from ‘The Zookeeper’ be next?
The Scissor Sisters have been hired to guarantee you SEE the music.
Ellie Kemper to play an undercover high-schooler in Green Day’s remake of ‘The Great Gatsby. Hmm. That doesn’t sound right.
Tom Cruise will play a hulking drifter the only way he knows how: by being really small and smiling incredulously at everything.
Kinnaman can disarm you with a dark stare in ways that Orlando Bloom could only dream of.
So many secrets surround this movie. I don’t know who I can trust.
Take THAT, Adolf!
He’ll be playing a slacker on a road trip. I don’t care if it’s hackneyed, it still sounds good.
A gang of dogs takes on a supernatural force. ‘Nuff said.
It’s show about a gruesome murder. Which makes it the closest thing AMC has to a comedy.
Oh yeah. John Malkovich is in this thing.
Maybe the money they save could be put toward a spinoff like “7th Heaven: Salt Lake City,” or “Law & Order: Special Pleasant Family Dinner Unit”