There is historical evidence to explain why 3D makes me uncomfortable: Nazis were all about 3D filmmaking.
Michael Bay has just written himself into Taylor Lautner’s calendar with the most awesome ink money can buy.
Matthew Vaughn is apparently fed up with working with little kids in Kick-Ass and teenagers in X-Men: First Class.
It’s been at least three years since anyone has made an unnecessary Elvis Presley biopic. The long national wait is over.
We can’t just blame Martin Lawrence for this.
This week we shackle our Best Director contenders together by the ankles, slather them in honey, toss them in the bear cage with an 800 pound grizzly and a pair of bolt cutters to see who among them has the will to survive.
Don’t forget to concentrate, as you should on all works of fine art.
Banksy really wants that Oscar. So much so that he’s willing to visit the Sunset Strip.
Just check out what Irrfan Khan has to say about his part.
Every day, we here at Screen Junkies receive at least a dozen Martin Lawrence-related emails. As such, our crack-research team set to work to answer some of the most common questions we receive in regard to Mr. Lawrence.
Mitch Hurwitz, creator of ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Running Wilde’, has compiled a handy list of tips for getting your sitcom canceled. ‘References to Jessica Walter’s vagina’ is glaringly absent.
Two guys who aren’t blind pretending to be blind guys who pretend not to be blind.
Michel Gondry has announced plans that he is adapting Philip K. Dick’s Ubik. I’m assuming the announcement was made via a yarn megaphone while Gondry wore plaster beehives as shoes.
While her former “That 70′s Show” cast mates bang Natalie Portman on film, Laura Prepon is ready to offend. She’s signed on to channel Chelsea Handler in the comedienne’s autobiographical comedy pilot.
I think I might see ’1911′ just to support a man who’s been killing himself for the world’s enjoyment since 1964.
Radcliffe is going full-on, boring old muggle in one of his new post-Harry Potter roles.
Here they come, the Men In Black… galaxy delayers…
My Man ‘Friday’ has more projects in the pipeline. He’s in talks to star in ’21 Jump Street’ and he’s driving around town with his car-related directing vehicle.
Since “The Great Arnold Schwarzenegger Tweet of 2011,” offers have been coming in for the former Kindergarden Cop.
You were probably satisfied with the sequel to the Sherlock Holmes movie being titled Sherlock Holmes 2, but the studio damn sure wasn’t.
Ray Liotta is doing his Ray Liotta thing in ‘Cogan’s Trade’.
Reps for Harvey Keitel, Danny Huston, and Paul Giamatti have confirmed that the actors will appear as delicately drawn characters in Ari Folman’s follow up to Waltz With Bashir.
I don’t dislike Rosanne or Sinbad, but I’m not going to spend 30 minutes of my life on them when I have access to Netflix and free Internet porn. If basic cable really wants to gain some viewers, why don’t they give a reality show to more interesting stand-ups?
Megan Ellison really wants to see ‘The Grandmasters’ and doesn’t feel like leaving the States.
Productivity is sure to go down in Scranton. “Rescue Me” babe Cody Horn will be joining the cast in the new season. Steve Carell picked the worst time to leave.
The Criterion Collection wants more of your time and less of your money.
Aaron Sorkin is walking and talking his way to 30 Rockefeller Center.
Hug it out, bitch.
Michelle Pfeiffer must be jealous of Johnny Depp.
While his screenwriter career lifts off, Daddy’s still got to pay them bills.