It’s a great way for you to check up on ‘The Hobbit’, to make sure everything’s going OK.
Looks like Barry Sonnenfeld understood and enjoyed all of the jokes in A Serious Man.
The best, the worst, and the weirdest of what’s available to stream instantly on Netflix. Engage!
Some lucky animator will be tasked with drawing a circle.
The CIA has those, right?
Field will star opposite Daniel Day-Lewis as The Great Emancipator, and I just realized that particular nickname for President Abraham Lincoln sounds dirty.
I wonder if George Clooney gets MSNBC in his dreams.
At least that’s better than a “Puddle of Mudd.”
Sony is a very attractive distribution partner for MGM and clearly “wants it.” The James Bond distribution rights, that is.
They prefer “rural-Americans,” Jeff.
…or so he says.
This is what theaters will look like on a Friday night if the studios have their way. *shiver*
Sorry, Godsmack. We’ll try to get you on the next one.
Woody Allen is going whole hog after the “people who love actors with annoying cadences” demographic with these two choices.
If you ever wanted to see a room of NPR listeners adopt a thousand-yard stare as they pretend to know how hard life can be, this is your chance.
Justin Lin needs time to make a decision, OK?
Protect your own damn Snow White!!
This Laurie cat is a pip!
Don’t mince words, Mickey, tell us what you really think.
This story relates to time-travel. Do not read if you are in China.
This can only be the work of Lex Luthor. Or whoever it is running Warner Bros.
Update your Jessica Lange fan club newsletters accordingly.
The good news is, it doesn’t sound terrible. The bad news is, ‘Burn Notice’ comes first.
Kevin Durand will have to protect Robert Pattinson from all the crazy sh*t that Cronenberg is going to throw at him.
Larry goes to New York, where you’d imagine he’d blend in perfectly.
David Hayter wrote ‘Watchmen’ and ‘X2′, but he’s now turning his attention to adapting books with fewer pictures that also inspire sad people to dress-up in convention halls.
Mark Verheiden has penned everything from “Battlestar Galactica” to Superman comics. He’ll be teaming with Akiva Goldsman on the NBC series that’s just one part of a big, giant thing.
Michael Mann and Paul Haggis have gone crazy with gold fever, because they’re packaging a movie called ‘Gold’ as a possible directing vehicle for Mann.
Green Day may drop dookies into theaters nationwide.