Halle Berry gets down with her husband’s teenage intern in The Student. Sadly, the intern is male.
After his recent 26-page profile in the New Yorker, Paul Haggis is the new public-face of the anti-Scientology movement. But he’s far from the first celebrity to stick it to Scientology. Let’s take a look at some other famous people who aren’t down with the L. Ron.
Rosamund Pike is going from Bond girl to much more after landing the role of Andromeda in the Clash of the Titans sequel, Wrath of the Titans.
Blades Of Glory directors Will Speck and Josh Gordon are back in the job market with a movie about the job market.
In a strange turn of events, it would seem that cocaine is a gateway drug to marijuana, at least in the world of documentary filmmaking.
President Palmer talks his Sundance film, The Details, and 24 without his leadership.
Richard Jenkins, from that one movie with the girl, is joining Brad Pitt and Sam Rockwell in the mob card game movie ‘Cogan’s Trade.’
Meryl Streep’s next project will feature her acting.
Julia Roberts to laugh evilly for a change.
She’s been keeping a low profile, but all of that is about to change. Famke Janssen has joined the cast of Tommy Wirkola’s Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.
Today’s piece of questionable half-truth concerns Lindsay Lohan and her potential involvement as a cast member in Zack Snyder’s upcoming ‘Superman: Man of Steel’.
With everything Stephen King has ever written being adapted all over again, it makes sense that Dean Koontz would get some of the spillover. His Odd Thomas book series is getting the big screen treatment with Anton Yelchin squinting and looking permanently concerned as the protagonist.
Dakota Fanning just wants to dance tonight.
He’s nothing like the characters he plays.
Proving that there’s no woman alive or dead that she can’t imitate with authenticity, Meryl Streep has morphed into former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
When Keith Olbermann announced that he planned for even less people to see him on TV on a nightly basis by leaving his MSNBC show, many thought that it couldn’t be done.
He moved the stars into a house together and then tried to make them have sex. Somebody check to see if his employment history includes ‘The Real World’.
The crazy Mel Gibson puppet movie has a later release date.
Fergie defending Christina Aguilera is like Gallagher defending Carrot Top.
Director Paul Haggis (‘Million Dollar Baby’) was a Scientologist and he wants you to know those guys suck.
Fox is going to transform the ‘Mr. Men’ series of children’s books into an animated feature film, directed by Shawn Levy. No need to panic – I already hit the “Ruining My Childhood” button.
Will you marathon the first nine seasons before watching the final 10th season? For most of you, maybe even 99.9% of you, I’m guessing the answer is “no.”
Michael Moore, for all the civic duties he takes upon himself, still wants to get paid at the end of the day.
Warner Bros. is readying Harker, a story of a Scotland Yard detective on the trail of Dracula.
Detroit has had its fair share of tough times, but this news is especially tough to report. Sadly, the Motor City will not be getting a statue honoring their protector, Robocop.
Franco doesn’t care much for just sitting around, so he is considering creating a “Three’s Company” feature film and perhaps an off-Broadway play.
After combing through the trailer myself, and searching several message boards, I’ve come up with the following eight pictures that may contain hidden clues about the Steven Spielberg produced film.
One hundred and eleven million people watched the Superbowl yesterday. That is so many millions.
Lasse Hallstrom has already jumped on board to direct the adaptation of the first book of a (new) Swedish detective series.
Here’s some news that big pink dog will enjoy. Richard Gere is getting back in the game.