“Party Down” actor Ken Marino is coming to CBS. Hopefully, it won’t be like when “The State” left MTV for CBS. *Shudders*
‘The Dark Knight’ is Alcon Entertainment’s template for ‘Blade Runner’. Now, if they could only get that ‘Dark Knight’ guy…
Not digging these new posters. They look like someone took perfectly good ‘Thor’ publicity stills and tried to make a few terrible Calvin Klein ads.
Both Silence of the Lambs and Se7en feature exceptional psychopaths, but which character made you more uneasy about the human condition.
Vince Vaughn is doing another movie about being a grown-up schlub. It was his turn in the Sandler-James-Vaughn rotation.
This picture is pretty apt if you imagine Andrew Garfield is the cat.
Jesus has signed on to play the lead in “Person Of Interest,” the CBS pilot from J.J. Abrams and Jonah Nolan.
It’s news like today’s that reminds us that someone actually has to direct Adam Sandler movies.
21 Jump Street has finally cast a female star to balance out the testosterone of Ice Cube, Channing Tatum, and, uh, Jonah Hill.
This is the actress that casting directors believe could best portray Snow White. This one. In the picture. Seriously.
2011 is the year of The Shagg!
It’s like a ‘Shrek’ movie but without ‘Shrek’.
Spike TV has partnered with Taiwanese company NMA to bring us a 30 minute special featuring CGI Charlie Sheen scenes (or “scheens” to use the abbreviation).
This is the coolest thing to happen since the mighty Gronyok was slain by Tyrus the Great.
Pierce Brosnan is considering a role in recent Oscar winner Susanne Bier’s (‘In A Better World’) new romantic comedy ‘All You Need Is Love’.
Actor/producer/female Salma Hayek has decided to help out with the daunting task that is ‘The Prophet’.
Hey you’n varmints. Pour your’nselves a cup of that good sarsaparilla and gather on roun’ now. We got our’nselves a good ol’ fasheened Castin’ Round Up!!
This is the fault of everyone who stood by while the cast of ‘GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra’ were mercilessly bullied.
Scott Free, the production company founded by Ridley and Tony Scott, are set to adapt the soon-to-be-published novel, Pigeon English.
Put on your capes and Batman underoos over your jeans, geeks. It’s time to nerd out about Batman’s ride.
Oh, and they’re both Sony films. But that’s it, everybody.
Are you ready for more ‘Mad Max’? Well, ask your local weatherman to make it happen.
I don’t see many musicals, but if I did, I might break out into song about the Broadway musical ‘Rock of Ages’ being Hough’s big new starring role.
Chris Pratt (“Parks and Recreations”) is another laid back, bearded comedian who can pinch hit for Seth Rogen. Rhys Ifans is also in talks to play a role.
Johnny Knoxville is going to play a hard-partying man whose wife is elected president. Like Bill Clinton is going to be one day.
The one you don’t recognize is Fogelman.
Those Winklevoss boys made rowing hot again.
Come with us as we decipher the poetry of Charlie Sheen. Winning.
Are you curious about what happened on the Grid in the 28 cyber-years between Tron and Tron: Legacy? Thankfully you won’t have to wait three decades to find out.
Maybe the whole film is about a supervisit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.