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.
Redford will play the guy that introduced the batting helmet to the majors. Also, he helped tear down the color barrier, but mostly the helmet thing.
I don’t care if this casting decision makes any sense. I love it. It’s genius.
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Greg Grunberg will undoubtedly provide the book-on-tape narration.
Carrie-Anne Moss’s career path recently has led her to seriously consider a career in bartending and/or heavy drinking.
Do you think he’ll take off the mo-cap suit while directing?
Sly could have waited a few days at least out of consideration for Wayne Kramer’s feelings, but that’s just not who Sly is.
Let’s hope it’s subtitled.
Darren Aronofsky’s bizarre decision to spend more time with his family has opened up the actor’s schedule for ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’.
The key word of this story is “gadgety.”
Good thing nobody watched it on the internet.
You are worthless, Alec Baldwin.
Take notes ‘The Governator’. This is how it’s done.
Nobody wants to drink the Zack Snyder Kool-Aid anymore.
Ryan’s gonna try being a grown-woman who acts like a 15-year-old trying to be cute *behind the camera* with ‘Into The Beautiful’.
“Californication” star Addison may play opposite Anton Yelchin in the Dean Koontz adaptation ‘Odd Thomas’. Hopefully, she will play the character topless.
Warner Bros and ‘Harry Potter’ producer David Heyman are bringing a magical French boy to the big screen. Non, merci?
Gillespie seems to have eaten his way back to the front of the horde to direct Jane Austin, but with zombies.
Stallone “clashed creatively” with would-be director Wayne Kramer (‘Running Scared’), which I’m imagining means there was a story meeting where punches were thrown.
Hopefully, it’s a story about how a bunch of them died in a fire.
Netflix bought the streaming rights to “Mad Men” for as much as $100 million. That’s almost $1 for every cigarette smoked on that show.
It’s a battle royale for the most coveted comedy role in primetime.
‘Your Highness’ star Danny McBride visited students at North Carolina State University with the director, David Gordon Green, and offered sage advice on horse riding and jousting.