Matthew Senreich comments on the latest batch of Star Wars jokes and gives us a preview of the show’s fifth season.
We don’t always agree on the happenings in the entertainment industry and we like to make our beefs public. The givers in Gremlins and Child’s Play had no idea a mogwai and Chucky Doll would turn into such crappy Christmas gifts, but which would be worse to find under the tree? Fight!
Between “Freaks & Geeks” and “Undeclared,” Judd Apatow launched the careers of a lot of dudes. Now, all those dudes are going to be reunited onstage for PaleyFest 2011.
This is a touchy subject whenever I bring it up around here, but “Dexter” is an uneven show. Now, Scott Buck is ready to wash the turd-like taste of Season Five out of our mouths.
Rosario Dawson and Lynn Collins both want to be a part of Channing’s ten year high school reunion. The film’s basically a modern day remake of The Big Chill, which means they’ll be dancing to “Livin’ La Vida Loca” on MP3 instead of “Heard It Through the Grapevine” on vinyl.
The West ain’t as wild as it used to be, but all it takes is a couple of guns, a few pretty girls, and a heavy dose of hell bent vendetta to change all that.
Looks like Eric Bana won’t have a chance to play with his Christmas toys. He’s just signed on to a new crime thriller and has his eye on the presidency for another role.
As it turns out, Huston is the grandson of famed director John Huston, and the nephew of actress Angelica Huston. Looking back, the resemblance is uncanny. You can really see it in his eye.
Good news for Arcade Fire. Spike Jonze is re-teaming with Charlie Kaufman for a secret project.
Having already conquered the skies, the battlefield, the deep south, Las Vegas, and the bedroom of every woman he has ever desired, there is only one place left for George Clooney to go: Outer effing space. Ah crap, he’s been there too.
Did my admiration for ‘A Christmas Story’ grow even stronger, or did the compounding monotony of each subsequent viewing slowly strain my will to live? See for yourself by reading the detailed notes of my social experiment.
Duncan Jones’s second feature, Source Code, will open the 2011 South by Southwest (SXSW if you’re cool) Film Festival in Austin, TX on March 11.
Pink Panther creator Blake Edwards passed away today at the age of 88.
Jim Carrey was spotted on the set of Mr. Popper’s Penguins in New York City’s Central Park canoodling with none other than two penguins. He seems to be thoroughly unimpressed with their presence.
The revelation that Mel Gibson is crazy-crazy and not just Hollywood crazy, shot a considerable amount of holes in his image. And while that was pretty hilarious, it also left us worried. What would become of The Beaver?
And the winner is…
Sacha Baron Cohen is eyeballing a remake of the Spanish film Torrente. The film follows the exploits of a fat, racist, corrupt cop who is fired from the force but continues to work the beat regardless. Why didn’t anyone tell me Spanish cinema is so awesome?
It’s been said that only Nixon could go to China. Well tell that to Big Bird, bitch.
They’ve taken television by storm with their hour-long dramas, and now AMC is preparing to run a train. The network gave a series order to “Hell On Wheels,” a drama about the construction of the transcontinental railroad.
Universal is taking a movie that shouldn’t be made and now not making it how it should be made. The big screen adaptation of the sometimes if you’re drunk enough mystical oracle board game Ouija won’t be scary.
Camille Donatacci is looking to gain a foothold in her divorce from “Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer by threatening to release a sex tape starring the pair. Move over, WikiLeaks!
Kosinski answered our questions, inspired by both our interests and others’ complaints about Tron: Legacy and his next film, The Black Hole. He also saw Daft Punk’s faces!
What is a lucky break, Alex? A 12-year old winning on “Jeopardy!” and parlaying that into a movie role opposite Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock.
If that’s not enough, you also get to see Peter Travers pantomime a BJ twenty seconds into the clip. Way to use both hands, Pete.
Nicolas Cage, Mr. Loses His Sh*t himself, is about to bring more chaos to the crowded streets of Manhattan. The eccentric actor has joined the action thriller Medallion which is to be directed by Simon West.
Our feisty friends over at Tu Vez aren’t taking to kindly to the fact that Biutiful, directed by supposed Mexican filmmaker Alejendro Gonzalez Inarritu(add funny symbols yourself), got nominated for a Foreign Language Golden Globe Award.
Because you can never have enough Tron-related nudity, Playboy has decided to capitalize on Tron: Legacy’s marketing push with their own Tron-inspired pictorial.
The Other Guys releases on Unrated DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday, December 14th, and to celebrate we’re giving away a DVD copy! Imagine all of the filthy extras that’ll be crammed onto one shiny disc. I bet Ferrell and Wahlberg cuss like sailors.
Jon Favreau has just informed Marvel that he won’t be returning to direct the third Iron Man film. It’s not known if his bowing out was due to financial, creative, or craft service preference differences.
Everyone knows that the Golden Globes are a joke, so why not have some joke quotes to go with them? Here are ten truthful celebrity reactions we’d like to have seen.