Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours earned a lot of critical acclaim for its realistic depiction of hiker Aron Ralston hacking off his own arm with a dull penknife, but it turns out it could have been even more painful to watch.
There’s a lot of lame elements to Wonder Woman, and if anyone knows about lame superhero shows, it’s NBC.
There’s not gonna be a Wolverine cameo, bub. However, you will get a very different take on Professor X.
Everyone’s favorite lamb silencer is in talks to play the ‘Psycho’ director.
The siren song of Harry Potter movie spoilers is impossible to resist…
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Lazy Eyes is looking to add a second movie role to his filmography.
The next facet of Conan O’Briens slow, mafia-like revenge on NBC has gone into effect.
This week it was announced that Anne Hathaway will play Selena Kyle/Catwoman in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming The Dark Knight Rises, but was she the best actress for the job? Fight!
HBO has thrown their hat into the the ring as well, announcing that they’re working to develop a movie about Assange based on Raffi Khatchadourian’s New York Times article.
You know a director has clout when his casting an actor can broker a distribution deal for that the actor starred in six months ago.
Michael Barnett’s Sundance documentary ‘Superheroes’ is an exploration into the culture of real-life vigilantes and real-life people who want to make a difference by dressing up as Slipknot.
If you’re over 40 and an actor, stay near your phone. The producers of I Don’t Know How She Does It will probably be giving you a ring to get you to join their movie.
Seeing two Nic Cage memes on the same day caused me to stop and wonder what the hell is going on? What is the Internet’s sick obsession with Cage?
Bassist Jeff Ament had a hard time watching Cameron Crowe’s Pearl Jam documentary. He’s his own worst critic.
It’s only January, and Julian Assange is already coming dangerously close to winning the Betty White 2010 Screen Junkies Overexposure Award.
When it rains (production stills), it pours (production stills). Today it pours.
Taylor Lautner doesn’t appear to be hurting himself with his post-Twilight role selections.
It’s not that unusual for parts remaining to be cast even at this late date — today’s example is Yorick van Wageningen.
Break out the Steadicam! Aaron Sorkin is returning to television.
Cuddy offers up her thoughts on dating a smart-ass misanthropic doctor with a bum leg.
Two new additions to ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ round out an already impressive cast
Antoine Dodson, of ‘Bed Intruder’ fame(?), is the subject of a new reality TV show. Hide your networks, hide your ratings, cuz they makin’ pilots out of everrrrrrrything up in here.
With The ‘Twilight Saga’ drawing to a close after just two more box office cash grabs, many are curious what the movie’s title treatment will look like (just go with it). Friends, your day has come.
Some intriguing new casting news for Brick and Brothers Bloom director Rian Johnson’s upcoming science fiction movie Looper.
What ‘About Last Night’? Something about sex, most likely.
Can’t pick what to watch from the Netflix instant movies menu? We’re here to help.
Mark Ruffalo will likely whisper and squint his way through writer Stuart Blumberg’s follow up to The Kid’s Are All Right.
It looks like the new Red Crown Productions is working on a movie and possible franchise based on the Choose Your Own Adventure series.
I can’t decide if it’s the mustaches or Al Pacino shouting his lines that make this look like Generic Cop Movie 2011 Edition.
The movie version of Fox’s retired hit drama ’24′ is not dead. It’s just been sitting in a basement, tied to a chair, waiting for Jack Bauer to waterboard the sh*t out of it.