This Friday marks the release of Justin Bieber’s new film, Never Say Never. Unless you still have a hymen, chances are you don’t give a damn. I completely understand. After…
Ricky Gervais said Carrell’s replacement wouldn’t be someone you’d expect. He’s now recommended Will Arnett. Umm, that’s exactly who we would expect.
After her roles in Red Riding Hood and Now, Amanda Seyfried is gonna get Gone.
Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce, Mia Wasikowska, and Jason Clarke have all jumped onboard The Wettest County in the World.
DreamWorks has purchased a script called ‘Voices From the Dead’ by J. Michael Straczynski. It’s all about the real life friendship of Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Oh, also, they solve murders.
Rooney Mara, Hollywood’s almost-It Girl (give it a month or two), is gearing up to star in director Francesca Gregorini’s upcoming film ‘Emanuel And The Truth About Fishes’.
It’s bad enough that the humans in Jack the Giant Killer have to deal with hostile giants. Now it appears they’ll have Stanley Tucci on their hands as well.
John Turturro has signed on to play Francesco Bernoulli, rival to Owen Wilson’s Lightning McQueen.
Get ready to see some of your comedy favorites in various levels of undress. Sony has picked up the invite to ‘A Good Old Fashioned Orgy’. As most fictional orgies do, the cast consists of weird looking guys and drop dead gorgeous women.
Tom McCarthy’s Win Win got a lot of buzz at Sundance, and now he’s working on a new project, writing the script for Million Dollar Arm.
Joel and Ethan Coen are reportedly considering doing a full-on horror movie.
They’re getting around to ‘The Kid Who Knew Too Much.’
Norm MacDonald is going back behind the desk for a comedic half hour take on the world of sports in Comedy Central’s “The Sports Show With Norm MacDonald.”
Alex Pettyfer, the star of the upcoming ‘I Am Number Four,’ seems to think that he’s Number One.
Zach Galifianakis was finally having a nice time between his ferns until Jennifer Aniston showed up.
Looks like’s he’ll be screaming the pounds away again for his reunion with The Machinist director Brad “No Fatties” Anderson.
There ain’t no party like a ‘Safe House’ party, and look who’s invited to the film: Robert Patrick, Brendan Gleeson, Liam Cunningham and Sam Shepard.
Luckily, there’s a deal in the works that will save these films from a fate worse than a Commie invasion: sitting on the shelf for even longer than they already have.
I will happily buy this for my mom for Christmas on DVD, as long as she doesn’t expect us all to watch it.
It’s lazier than this excerpt I’m writing right now.
The film is about a guilt trip from beyond the grave…
Author Chuck Palahniuk’s works seem to require a very special touch to get right (Fight Club) or else things won’t go so well (Choke).
It would seem that the producers of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies don’t really have a “type” when it comes to their director search.
The Little Miss Sunshine duo are bringing Paul back for their next flick.
Kevin Smith wants to get the band back together.
Halle Berry gets down with her husband’s teenage intern in The Student. Sadly, the intern is male.
After his recent 26-page profile in the New Yorker, Paul Haggis is the new public-face of the anti-Scientology movement. But he’s far from the first celebrity to stick it to Scientology. Let’s take a look at some other famous people who aren’t down with the L. Ron.
Rosamund Pike is going from Bond girl to much more after landing the role of Andromeda in the Clash of the Titans sequel, Wrath of the Titans.
Blades Of Glory directors Will Speck and Josh Gordon are back in the job market with a movie about the job market.
In a strange turn of events, it would seem that cocaine is a gateway drug to marijuana, at least in the world of documentary filmmaking.