Oh good. I was afraid this movie was going to be boring.
DreamWorks has assigned release dates to every animated film it has in the pipeline.
Dystopias are so hot right now that if you touch them, you’ll get burned.
Clint Eastwood has just cast that guy you see in “Burn Notice” ads to play Bobby in J. Edgar. You know, the main guy. The one who’s always smirking.
Juliette Lewis In ‘Hick’? Go on!
Perhaps next you’ll be able to check your Facebook on the big screen at the movie theater.
The man whose career died with JFK.
Just when I thought I was out…
Author Michael Chabon is teaming up with HBO and his wife, Ayelet Waldman, for a project about a group of con men and magicians who team up to fight Hitler during World War II. Yup.
‘Cars 2′ – with spies!
Brendan. He gets no respect.
Man, that Guillermo del Toro doesn’t bulldump around.
The story about five robot lions that unite to form a giant space warrior must be told.
In the first one, star Jake Gyllenhaal goes to Square Town. In the second, he’s walking around Clocksville, USA.
Director Alejandro Agresti (‘The Lake House’) will helm ‘Dictablanda’, which sounds like a furniture line at IKEA.
It’s likely there’ll be no more expensive “old” Angelina Jolie. A cheap young hottie will likely wear two gun holsters and not much else.
Everyone’s excited about Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’, which is why Hasbro wants to spoil the fun and remind you that Scott is still attached to the Monopoly movie.
A Caltech research team has proven that Channing Tatum will be over 9,000 times sexier than this Peter Pan.
Not really, but maybe. It’s really too early to tell…
Turns out there is a lot of uncertainty about the future of ‘At The Mountains Of Madness’. Ah, that’s the Hollywood I know.
In shocking and troubling news, Charlie Sheen has been fired from “Two and a Half Men.”
Looks like producers are now going forward with “Razzie-bait.”
It’s all about the sunlight.
The producer of “The Walking Dead” apparently loves it when groups of people band together and take a stand against things.
DreamWorks Animation has some more sweet voice-over gigs for any actors not interested in having to change out of sweats.
Maybe now it will actually get made.
Alex Pettyfer of ‘I Am Number Four’ and ‘Beastly’ might make a young adult lit adaptation hat trick with Gary Ross’s ‘The Hunger Games’.
This is just getting ridiculous.
The ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ star has masculine and feminine in the same body.
Maybe you should finally finish your novel.