Lars Von Trier now has a way to bring his latest depressive episode to you.
James Franco does art too.
Director: George NolfiCast: Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, Christoph Waltz, Anthony MackieSynopsis: On the brink of winning a seat in the U.S. Senate, ambitious politician David Norris (Damon) meets beautiful contemporary ballet dancer Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt)—a woman like none he’s ever known. But just as he realizes he’s falling for her, mysterious men conspire to keep the two apart. Release Date: September 17, 2010
Someone else thinks he deserves a directorial credit on The Room.
Like a ripped, shirtless teen transforming into a vampire after a bite, the movie industry has been transformed into something awful by ‘Twilight.’
Based on the director’s recent work, I’m guessing the Texas-based drama a lot of product placement for Texaco and maybe propane companies.
Rob Riggle wins the Super Bowl of acting gigs, starring in a potentially very lucrative CBS sitcom.
The director cameos as a car named John Lassetire, which I’m told is a clever pun, but I don’t get it at all. What’s a “Lassetire?” It’s like solving the DaVinci Code, you guys.
If you’re too young to remember, a gentleman by the name of Barack Obama (‘Mythbusters’) was running for a little title called the President of the United States of America.
Earlier this week, Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that he’s actively searching for his next starring role, but should he consider an action-packed film? Fight!
Wow. Once the ball gets rolling, these projects pick up momentum quickly!
Charlize Theron is joining Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace for the sci-fi project that contains “strands of Alien’s DNA.”
Scorcese may have shed some light on the earlier years of Hughes’ life, but it sounds like Christopher Nolan may want to play the back nine.
Both have signed on for Chan Wook-Park’s English-language debut, Stoker.
We’ll see Bruce Willis play a bookie in Stephen Frears’ Lay The Favorite, Take The Dog before we see him play a geriatric John McClane.
It’s been reported by JustJared that James Franco has been offered the lead role of Kaneda in the feature adaptation of Akira.
Keeping in the spirit of remaking everything just because, there’s a rumor going around that Guy Ritchie is eager to remake Cannonball Run.
Uwe Boll, prolific director of a million terrible movies, is very angry at the Berlin Film Festival. Can you guess if it’s for a good reason?
Curtis Hanson, who kind of looks like an old surfer, is going to be directing Gerard Butler, who kind of doesn’t, in a movie about surfing.
Zac Efron is branching out into grittier territory with the dark action comedy ‘The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman’. Tweens, start fashioning your fake IDs.
Hathaway has entered talks to star in the musical as a rock journalist who falls in love with Tom Cruise’s character.
It’s time for the men to grease up and battle it out for the shiny bald gold dude.
A super dark, ultra violent film about an evil supervillain who uses his powers for evil? Eh… Oh, it’s a graphic novel? Greenlight!
Bill Murray is at it again!
Because the 4,000 specials shown on VH-1 didn’t cover the topic adequately enough, Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall are moving forward with a Milli Vanilli biopic.
When I interviewed Charlie Hunnam for his film The Ledge at Sundance I had no idea it would cause such a stir. Here I’ve post the audio file in its entirety.
The idea of a ‘G.I Joe’ sequel smacks of film making as a numbers game, and the search for a director isn’t helping, as Paramount is batting around 3 different but equally middling talents for the job.
Try to resist the urge to find the closest nerd and noogie him until he begs for mercy.
Nicholas Hoult, the adorable child star of About A Boy, tragically not afflicted with a disorder that keeps him looking like a child his entire life, is now a full-fledged adult male actor.
James Wan is going to be eating well for a while.