“The end of the world has never been this funny!” – That’s what some dumb pull-quote will say.
Aw, man! James Bond is gonna end up on a Razor Scooter for this one, isn’t he?
He’s in the dance of his life.
If you’re not into ‘The Host’ by Stephenie Meyer, you can just keep watching the skies instead.
Get ready to have your mind blown.
They’re here! They’re finally here!
Ferrell and Rainn Wilson offer up some spoilers.
He won’t be playing Nathan Lane, but he will look a lot like himself.
‘SlacKr 2k11′ is going to be AWESOME.
But who are we to stand in the way of Scarlett in leather cat-suits?
Behind the scenes photos from the ‘Spider-Man’ reboot have blanketed the blogosphere like so much webbing, but this is the first time we’re seeing what might be Rhys Ifans lizzing out.
It’s like an Ancient Roman ‘Cloverfield’.
‘Moonlight Kingdom’ stars Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand and Anderson’s super turbo BFF Bill Murray.
Liv Tyler, Charlie Hunnam, Patrick Wilson and Terrence Howard star in a movie that was the backdrop for a Screen Junkies controversy. (Whoa.)
Faris has been offered the lead female role in ‘The Dictator’. Will it be one of the rare, funny Anna Faris movies?
Adam Scott and producer Will Ferrell to pick up where the Catalina Wine Mixer left off.
Bloom has two ‘Hobbit’ movies to make, but I guess Legolas doesn’t have too big a role, because he might wedge the terrible sounding romantic comedy ‘Lola Versus’ with Greta Gerwig into his schedule.
An inside look at the world’s most prestigious newspaper feels a bit like a middle school field trip.
Osama bin Laden is so hot right now.
“I’m not sure if she’s right for this role,” was something that was probably never uttered by the producers.
‘Cabin In The Woods’ and ‘Red Dawn’ also come up.
You’re going to spend a lot of time on your feet, Emily. Wear comfortable shoes.
The only real criminal threat on this set will be Lindsay Lohan.
They’re making a movie about the execution of Osama bin Laden. Actually, they’re making about 1000 of them, but this is the first one.
This surely won’t ruffle any feathers.
Or maybe he thinks he’s too good for it, like Viggo Mortensen.
It’s Armie Hammer O’Clock.
This could be his Guy Pearciest role yet.
Director: Dan Rush Cast: Will Ferrel, Rebecca Hall, Laura Dern Synopsis: When an alcoholic relapses, causing him to lose his wife and his job, he holds a yard sale on…
How’s Clive Owen going to get out of this one?