The movie about teens gangs fending off alien invaders on the streets of London was the hit of the festival.
If you only liked this year’s best picture winner for the F-bombs, we’ve got some bad news for you.
I think he’d make a good Toyman.
10 things you might want to know about ‘American Reunion’
Sundance darlings Elizabeth Olsen and Josh Radnor are teaming up to take over the festival.
Scientists have combined “Jersey Shore” cast member Snooki and Tyler Perry’s Madea, so it can be stuffed into a rocket ship and blasted into the sun.
The new movie, with the totally not hipster-y title ‘Moonrise Kingdom’, stars Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand and of course, Schwartzman.
The Jurassic Park 3 star is headed to HBO in “Spring/Fall,” as hazy memories of the 90s slowly come back to me.
No, these movies are not just gonna sit on an executive’s shelf as multi-million dollar dust catchers. They’re coming to theaters.
This might be director Will Gluck’s (‘Easy A’) big chance to swipe his piece of the big cheese rock in the sky.
An exciting actor for an exciting rol…*snooze*
Despite being dead for 85 years and the fact that nobody really cares about magicians, the illusionist is now the subject of a third film currently in development.
‘Games of 1940′ will probably be released in November of 2012, then again in March of 2013 after it wins Best Picture.
Ivan Reitman’s career lives to see another day thanks to the sex tape he made with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher (or something).
The last thing you would want to convey to a young audience is that sex with the likes of Jon Hamm is anything less than mind-blowing.
Is America ready for an awful movie about marijuana?
Kenan no longer needs to refer to his studio apartment as “The House that ‘Fat Albert’ built.”
Can Sasso deliver a convincing eye-jab?
With all these shuffling release dates, ‘Rise Of The Apes’ knows how the offspring in military families must feel.
Much as you should be avoiding Japan and Libya right now, it is highly recommended that you avoid San Francisco May 3- May 15.
A movie about 5 pregnant couples has just found a director. I can’t wait to play count-the-dude’s-drinking-breast-milk-jokes.
What’s it like playing opposite Jennifer Lawrence and a woodland creature puppet?
Emma Roberts is going to work in a bookstore. In a movie. Why would she EVER do that in real life?
Finally, a decent comedy might be on HBO
Don’t be surprised if you see Brian Koppelman and David Levien in the United States history section of Barnes & Noble.
One brave studio is driving forward to produce a cursed script.
We can recommend trying some of these on April Fools’ Day (or any other day), as long as you understand you’ll probably die or go to jail. Enjoy.
Rainbow flags are flying at half-mast today.
Dwayne Johnson’s transformation back into The Rock grows more complete with every casting. He’s just signed on to punch guys in the face and do that thing where you pick them up by the throat and then throw them down for the movie Snitch.
You know what I don’t want to pay for? Showtime. But now they expect me to for some reason.