The Super Bowl showed us more than just robots, superheroes, pirates, aliens, topless Olivia Wilde, and douchebags. It also showed us which programs Fox hopes they won’t have to cancel this fall.
Start hoarding your Robin t-shirts now.
Here’s hoping Cobie Smulders looks good in an eyepatch.
Oh right, it’s Ursa.
Royal movie critic Queen Elizabeth II saw Academy Award nominated movie The King’s Speech and gave it four and a half corgis. That’s right, she sacrifices dogs whenever she sees a movie.
Deuce Bigalow is ready to get back into TV. I wonder how he got the confidence, with no one around to tell him that *he* can do it.
Stern also thinks that during last year’s Superbowl commercial, Letterman should have “finish[ed] him off” when he had the chance. I’d watch that this year.
David O. Russell must really carry a flame for Connie Britton. He is working to develop a drama for her on FX with no script or even concept.
Dan Marino appeared in Ace Ventura and Brett Favre appeared in There’s Something About Mary, but which player did the most with the little on-screen time given to them? Fight!
I apologize if this post feels rushed, but I’m trying to get through it before the next Franco story breaks.
Spaihts and Bruckheimer are “in like” with each other, and news of their second project together should take things to the next level.
Good thing he didn’t completely oversell it.
The actress may or may not play William H. Macy’s ex-girlfriend, which could only happen in a movie.
Only time will tell whether or not we’ll get a sequel to Con-Air. While we wait, we have this awesome Con-Air rap tribute to tide us over.
Don’t worry about these spy photos from the set of Contraband giving away any major details. Unless you consider a couple of bros hanging in a truck a major detail.
Jeff Bridges was quick to find a new role to fill the gap in his schedule after Tara Reid didn’t invite him to join the cast of her ‘The Big Lebowski’ sequel.
Did it piss him off when people walked out of his movie?
Summit Entertainment picked up a comedy pitch. The plot, which involves a pregnant wife who switches places with her husband, is ridiculous.
Dreamboat and singer/possible dancer Jesse McCartney now has his next project McCartneyed up.
CBS Films, hungry to snag the next billions-grossing tween franchise, has acquired the rights to Legend, Marie Lu’s young adult novel. Picture is sadly unrelated.
Marvel has released a new poster for ‘Captain America,’ and it might make you sad.
Anyone concerned that ‘The Walking Dead’s” second season would be completely improvised can breathe a sigh of relief. No undead zip-zap-zow for you.
Goggins offers up some ‘Justified’ spoilers and gives his thoughts on Shane’s fate in ‘The Shield’.
Zombies Ate My Neighbors will be in a theater near you before too long.
Stephen King has worked hard to earn his status as a best-selling author and Maine’s creepiest man. That’s why producers of the upcoming remake of his end of days epic The Stand should listen to his advice.
He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named might very well get named as part of the new James Bond cast.
With limey bastard Henry Cavill as Supes, the girls up for a big mystery part are Diane Kruger, Rosamund Pike and Alive Eve.
‘Argo’ is a movie that wants Ben Affleck to direct it. Ben Affleck says, “take a number, movie.”
Charlie Sheen’s reps believe one and a half men will become “Two and a Half Men” again by late February. Damn it, we were just beginning to enjoy the “Men”-lessness.
Five times the car chases. Five times car crashes. Five times the car motion blurs lines.