Hop into the A-Little-While-Back Machine with Nickelodeon.
Bring a parka or you might get web fluid all over you.
High school girls, be advised. Matthew McConaughey has AIDs… in his next movie.
Will she be required to roll around in cake with Deborah Gibson or go toe-to-toe with a Piranhceratops.
ABC cast O’Quinn (‘Lost’) in the new pilot “Hallelujah.” It’s a musical drama from “Desperate Housewives” showrunner Marc Cherry, so if O’Quinn wasn’t in it, I would find a way to anti-TiVO the show.
Catwoman and Bane might get a new evil roommate in the upcoming Batman film. Someone from “way back.”
‘Gambit’ stars Cameron Diaz and Colin Firth in a remake of a 1986 British heist film. This is a remake that actually looks promising.
The nails-on-chalkboard-annoying actress/singer/person-who-needs-people teams with Seth Rogen for ‘My Mother’s Curse’ for next year.
‘Kung Fu Panda 2′ has released a few new character posters, including an evil peacock or some kind of thing.
Apparently one Oscar is enough for these guys.
Someone in the UK could chisel this painting out of the wall, title it “Sour Grapes” and sell it for big bucks.
This is the face that Eric McCormack made when his agent told him what his next project was.
This one was so predictable that it probably doesn’t even qualify as news.
Because just about everything is allowed to be a movie nowadays, The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is now being developed into a film.
This news will be a real gamechanger for all you ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ fans out there.
Rodriguez shared some secrets of the alien invasion film and upcoming TV reboot in our interview.
‘Elite Squad’ star Wagner Moura is going to cause the future so much misery.
Tina Fey wasn’t available (probably).
Charlie Sheen has let it be known that he has chosen a successor.
That hangar is coming out of Havok’s allowance.
Kristin Kreuk is going magic all up in this bitch.
‘Saturday Night Live’ star Bill Hader sure knows the kinds of names to drop to make comedy nerds drool.
Would Anthony Hopkins be able to play a bad guy?
Box office poison Tom Cruise strikes again!
Yep, the screenplay is being written by a magician and a juggler.
So that explains where the title ‘Dark Of The Moon’ came from.
Summit’s upcoming thriller Gone has added a few more actors to the payroll. Jennifer Carpenter (“Dexter”), Emily Wickersham (I Am Number Four), and Wes Bentley (bad movies) have joined the cast.
In the new episode of his “Sheen’s Korner” web series, Sheen gave his audience what they wanted: craziness, somewhat higher production values, and more craziness.
‘Hobbit’ set preview: Gandalf The Well-Bearded had some kind words for the third, headache inducing dimension, as well as leading man Martin Freeman.
Fans of explosions and arm-breakings may be upset that Sylvester Stallone will likely not be directing the sequel to his smash-hit brainchild, ‘The Expendables’.