Man, that’s some “X.” Maybe it’s the biggest X in eXistence?
We want to congratulate ex-NBC Chairman Jeff Gaspin for having gigantic balls, which apparently needed a very fancy washroom to be occasionally exposed in throughout the day.
Willow Smith may star as the ancient comic strip orphan in a new version produced by her rappin’ dad.
HBO Films must think the musical theater world is full of freaks, because they brought in X-Men director Bryan Singer to helm their upcoming Bob Fosse movie.
All signs point toward the quintessential buddy cop franchise is getting the oh-so-trendy “reboot” in the near future.
It’s safe to say that Neill Blomkamp won’t have any trouble finding a home for his District 9 follow-up Elysium. He also won’t have any problem making it look dope as Hell.
Like sands through the hourglass, so is the development of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Josh Schwartz continues to deny the existence of people over 20 with the teen comedy Fun Size.
David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis seems to be swapping out the whole cast, one move at a time.
Dustin Hoffman has had a hell of a career as an actor in Hollywood. And now he’s doing what all actors wish they could at some time or another: Direct a story about retired opera singers getting together for one last shindig.
She’s also anti-social, so if you’re a smooth talker, you’re golden.
The realizations that Prometheus can’t push them around and that Tim Burton is just one man has caused Disney to move the dates of two 2012 releases.
Now he’s fixing to offend Judd Apatow’s friends one by one.
Another year, another spin of the Foreign Film Wheel.
It looks like the prospect of a new Peckinpah movie is a reality, kind of.
Finally, we can quit all the B.S. rumors.
Check out these non-moving pictures from this summer’s biggest moving pictures.
If I’m going to be forced to watch, I might as well make some predictions. If any of them come true, I’ll look like a genius. If not, no one will give a damn. So here’s my timeline of what you’ll see during tonight’s broadcast.
Captain America: The First Avenger is going to be one of 2011′s biggest blockbusters. Or at least it will be if Joe Johnston knows what he’s talking about.
French It Girl Nora Arnezeder has signed on to play Ryan Reynolds’s girlfriend in ‘Safe House.’ Not only that but a certain Hollywood heavyweight may join as well.
Thanks to The Town, Ben Affleck has put his history of terrible films in his rearview.
Meet the website that’s in every NRA member’s Google Reader.
In the end, it turns out the autistic boy’s life was the collective dream of everyone on the show ‘St. Elsewhere.’
The TMZ dudes recording the video with their Flip thought Spider-Man’s flip was hilarious. Yeah, I bet they’re laughing cause they can do that stunt a whole lot better.
Who’s to blame for ‘Cop Out’? Don’t look now, but I think the fat guy is glaring menacingly at baldy.
The helmer of such hits as ’40 Year Old Virgin’ and ‘Knocked Up’ thought Gervais was too mean and snarky to the ‘poor wittle Howwywood Cewebwities.’
It looks like TimeCrimes will get an English-language redux, three years after the Spanish film grabbed a cult following at Sundance.
You work hard, so why not treat yourself to one lousy Batmobile? You don’t want to see it end up in The Riddler’s hands, do you?
On the heels of announcing that they had scooped up Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the producers of Dibbuk Box have signed Kyra Sedgwick as well.
When the day of reckoning comes, where will you be? Or, as George Lucas would put it, “Where are you going to be a year from now?”