Once again, the internationals get all the best stuff. Their dorm rooms must look so much cooler than ours. In this case, it’s these really sweet X-Men: First Class posters.
Tobe Hooper is back in the director’s chair for the first time in six years with the Arabic horror film Djinn.
Gary Winick, once a fixture of the NYC independent film community, has passed away at the age of 49.
Check out his braided facial hair. Like many of our older bro’s, Sentinel Prime also seems to be a big Phish fan.
John Stamos is being courted by Les Moonves to step in as Charlie Sheen’s replacement on “Two and a Half Men.”
The ‘Take Me Home Tonight’ star talks about 80s yuppies and the new Mad Max movie.
M. Night Shyamalan wrote a series of new stories, then realized one of them was a sequel to Unbreakable. Or perhaps the other way around.
‘Shameless’ and ‘Episodes’ will both be returning for second seasons.
For a show that was supposed to appeal to a younger audience, it sure did rely heavily on comedic cliches.
Universal just picked up ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’. Second time Colin Firth got lucky in the last 24 hours.
‘Dumb and Dumbererer’?
James Franco might be losing his mind.
That’s what he gets for Willennium.
Are the Oscars to blame for this weekend’s poor performance?
Treat Williams is racking up the roles!
‘The King’s Speech’ wins big, much to the surprise of no one.
As is tradition (so what if it’s only the second year?), we’ll be live blogging the crap out of the 2011 Academy Awards.
M. Night Shyamalan is on his way to making Razzie history.
More awards, more gift baskets, more crying losers.
FX finally realizes that superheroes are awesome.
In addition, Fassbender quietly confirms the kind of character he’s playing. Hint: It may not be human, you guys.
Don Johnson is sailing back into network TV waters. Now he’s trading his trademark white suit for whatever it is not-gay Beverly Hills hairdressers wear.
Under the influence of intense Bieber Fever, Paramount decided to reward ‘Never Say Never’ director Chu by choosing him to helm ‘GI Joe 2′.
Viggo Mortensen (‘Lord of the Rings’) may play General Zod, the villanous scientist who kindly requests we kneel before him.
This Sunday, millions will tune in to watch The Academy Awards, but does the little gold statue really represent greatness, or are the celebs just kissing ass? Fight!
Sony has tightened up their summer 2012 tentpole release schedule (it’s never too early), and here’s what they’re working with…
Charles Sheen’s descent into madness from his tropical island paradise continues.
‘The King’s Speech’ is expected to clean up this Sunday at the Oscars and in turn, Harvey Weinstein would like the film to clean up at the box office. Hence, a PG-13 version is indeed on the way.
Even a host has his favorites.