Poor people were so god damn miserable in early nineteenth century France, they just had to sing about it.
The Fox lot, which was constructed in an alternate universe where “Fringe” is a hit, ordered more episodes to fill the black hole that is Friday evenings.
‘I, Alex Cross’ will star non-teen heartthrob Perry. In fact, an image of Madea is a good romantic mood killer for people of all ages.
I’m sure Mickey’s been asking executives at Disney, in a high-pitched voice for 83 years, “who do I have to bl*w around here to star in a feature?”
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been confirmed and Juno Temple rumored for roles in ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’
Tony Chu is a federal agent who gets clues from eating. Get it? “Chew?”
Now accepting any applicants who aren’t playing Spider-Man or Captain America.
Michael Shannon does not play a very convincing teenager.
This will be the third ‘Spider-Man’ film he’s written that hasn’t seen theaters.
Does this put us one step closer to ‘American Splendor: The Musical’?
This man is paid to frustrate and confuse film audiences.
There can be only one.
Five out of five Dr. Zoidbergs agree.
Bring all of your friends to Cannes and see some dinosaurs!
The pilot, “Black Jack,” concerns a retired special ops agent, and has nothing whatsoever to do with Jack Black.
Chris Pine took to his Facebook page today to update fans that he’ll totally be slattherin’ some space-stank on his hangdown in the sequel. Ooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time for your weekly Netflix Instant recommendations.
Amy Adams wants to know what love is.
The movie about teens gangs fending off alien invaders on the streets of London was the hit of the festival.
If you only liked this year’s best picture winner for the F-bombs, we’ve got some bad news for you.
I think he’d make a good Toyman.
10 things you might want to know about ‘American Reunion’
Sundance darlings Elizabeth Olsen and Josh Radnor are teaming up to take over the festival.
Scientists have combined “Jersey Shore” cast member Snooki and Tyler Perry’s Madea, so it can be stuffed into a rocket ship and blasted into the sun.
The new movie, with the totally not hipster-y title ‘Moonrise Kingdom’, stars Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand and of course, Schwartzman.
The Jurassic Park 3 star is headed to HBO in “Spring/Fall,” as hazy memories of the 90s slowly come back to me.
No, these movies are not just gonna sit on an executive’s shelf as multi-million dollar dust catchers. They’re coming to theaters.
This might be director Will Gluck’s (‘Easy A’) big chance to swipe his piece of the big cheese rock in the sky.
An exciting actor for an exciting rol…*snooze*
Despite being dead for 85 years and the fact that nobody really cares about magicians, the illusionist is now the subject of a third film currently in development.