James Franco might be losing his mind.
That’s what he gets for Willennium.
Are the Oscars to blame for this weekend’s poor performance?
Treat Williams is racking up the roles!
‘The King’s Speech’ wins big, much to the surprise of no one.
As is tradition (so what if it’s only the second year?), we’ll be live blogging the crap out of the 2011 Academy Awards.
M. Night Shyamalan is on his way to making Razzie history.
More awards, more gift baskets, more crying losers.
FX finally realizes that superheroes are awesome.
In addition, Fassbender quietly confirms the kind of character he’s playing. Hint: It may not be human, you guys.
Don Johnson is sailing back into network TV waters. Now he’s trading his trademark white suit for whatever it is not-gay Beverly Hills hairdressers wear.
Under the influence of intense Bieber Fever, Paramount decided to reward ‘Never Say Never’ director Chu by choosing him to helm ‘GI Joe 2′.
Viggo Mortensen (‘Lord of the Rings’) may play General Zod, the villanous scientist who kindly requests we kneel before him.
This Sunday, millions will tune in to watch The Academy Awards, but does the little gold statue really represent greatness, or are the celebs just kissing ass? Fight!
Sony has tightened up their summer 2012 tentpole release schedule (it’s never too early), and here’s what they’re working with…
Charles Sheen’s descent into madness from his tropical island paradise continues.
‘The King’s Speech’ is expected to clean up this Sunday at the Oscars and in turn, Harvey Weinstein would like the film to clean up at the box office. Hence, a PG-13 version is indeed on the way.
Even a host has his favorites.
Seven years after the fact, the two installments of Kill Bill are going to be married into one film.
CBS foresaw the problem potential of hanging the livelihoods of hundreds on a raving madman and decided to get a series finale in the can in case of Sheenmergency.
The press conference for his latest film, Drive Angry, revealed more than we could have imagined.
Since it looks like we won’t be seeing new episodes of “Two and a Half Men” any time soon, if ever (fingers crossed) we decided that now would be a great time to take a look back fondly at the five greatest “Two and a Half Men” moments. Yes, it was difficult, but we actually found five.
The poor man’s Tom Berenger is back in our lives. And our hearts.
Henry Selick is working on another horror-tinged stop-motion animation film that will try to terrify children into post-traumatic stress.
One of the weird McPoyle brothers from ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ is about to play a yet to be determined/released role in ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’.
Seth MacFarlane’s upcoming comedy Ted appears to be adding ringers to its cast by the day.
James Franco is going to try acting in a movie for a change.
Looks like Johnny Depp would like to move away from playing roles that require silly hats.
The new movie Battle: Los Angeles is a big sci-fi movie about an alien invasion on the west coast. However, Columbia Pictures would like audiences to know that there actually was a Battle of Los Angeles.
I think we can go ahead and mark down the CEO of Morgan Creek on Charlie Sheen’s “Pussy List.”