Tom Hanks has signed up to play a great man with integrity. In other breaking news, the sky is blue.
The team behind Sucker Punch has turned confusing audiences into an art.
The word “original” is being used lightly here.
The gorgeous ‘Mad Men’ actress, in the most challenging role of her life, will have to act like she loves Brendan Fraser.
“You can’t play the wife, but maybe you’d be interested in playing … the mom?”
The script for the upcoming Sam Cooke biopic, has been completed. Now, who wants to direct it?
A movie that will be a surefire hit among people who like depressing stuff.
J.K. Simmons, a man who can play a newspaper editor and a neo-Nazi jailhouse rapist equally well, has signed on for his next roll.
With “Big Love” wrapping up, Sevigny was eager to play another role that required unflattering dresses.
Johnny Depp looks a little… concerned in the new poster. Maybe it’s because a burning ship is eventually gonna hit him in the back.
The Kraken was nothing compared to tween girls desperately in need of a new ‘Twilight’. Even so, Warner Bros is acting bravely, pitting their ‘Titans’ against ‘Hunger Games’.
A movie with this much boob and gun can’t be bad, right? Can it? Maybe mix a little Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”) in there for credibility, just in case.
Will Forte continues to get jobs, despite the illogical failure of the movie ‘MacGruber’.
Like a beloved uncle who hits the sauce too much, Zemeckis has gotten drunk on motion capture technology. Now it looks like he might sober-up and stop putting actors into ping-pong ball suits.
A mysterious viral campaign for a J.J. Abrams project? Impossible.
In related news, it seems they are still making those Underworld movies.
That Efron won’t be pretty no more.
Green’s resume includes roles in Brooklyn’s Finest, “The O.C.”, and Devil, which makes him really, really lucky to have scored this coveted role.
This is how angry Edgar Wright gets when you ask him to do more zombie projects.
Larry King has been speaking with “The Daily Show” execs about contributing…whatever the hell he brings to the table.
The director will helm an untitled space adventure from the screenwriter of ‘Doom’ and ‘The Expendables’. Sci-fi fans are… skeptical.
Pass these posters around the room.
Hopefully no crazy people will watch this movie.
The film, which opens with a Tusnami destroying a Japanese resort, has been pulled out of respect for the country.
HBO is ready to finger some Russian spies. And make a show about them too.
I wonder how “Hungry Like The Wolf” would sound with a grinding industrial hum in the background.
After the double-suck-whammy of Extraordinary Measures and Furry Vengeance, he’ll do anything.
All of your unasked questions about ‘Tron’ have now been answered.
Wan discusses the SXSW premiere of ‘Insidious’ and the films that have emerged since our last meeting.
Earth doesn’t need ‘Mars Needs Moms’, apparently.