Who will become the next one-man ultimate killing machine?
The rumor is that the film features the ‘Alien’ aliens, but in a different form. Maybe they’re all Cloverfields now?
Hopefully these “Hawaiian Vacation” shorts won’t end in Mr. Potato Head getting buried at sea or something.
Calling a dude a “pussy” is funny, but when doing so possibly ends the run of a terrible, yet somehow endlessly successful TV sitcom – that’s hilarious.
How can a critically acclaimed show expect to grow an audience when 4 million viewers are busy watching some teenage skanks “raise” their bastard children on MTV’s “Teen Mom 2”? Jesus Christ, if I wanted to watch some fat high-school sophomore push her stupid kid around, I’d go hang out at the mall.
It’s nice to see she’ll be doing the American public a service after attacking its collective taste with Thor.
This might be the stiffest price a person has ever paid for not getting a joke.
It would appear that Jack the Giant Killer is becoming something of a Goliath itself.
Lauren Oliver said to the world, “They want dystopian? I’ll give ‘em dystopian!”
Yesterday, purported comedy writer Bruce Vilanch took a swipe at Ricky Gervais when questioned about the comic’s recent Golden Globes hosting appearance. So how does Gervais respond? By wiping his dirty boots all over Vilanch’s silly t-shirt collection.
GO CHARLIE, GO!
Fox has dropped a first look at James Franco in scientist mode for the upcoming Rise Of The Apes.
There’s something scarier going on in North Korea than a totalitarian regime.
While it’s nice to see some big names attached, long-time followers will all but demand appearances by the creepy-cadre of weirdos that were a fixture on “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” Here are nine such regulars that need to make an appearance.
Somebody please forward this article on to Burt Wonderstone’s assistant camera operator so that they know whose name to write on the slate. Charles McDougall has signed on to helm the Steve Carell magician comedy.
Here are the best, the worst, and the weirdest of what’s available to stream instantly on Netflix.
Get your mouse finger ready.
While they are already slated to sh*t all over your memories of Hellraiser and Halloween, Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer don’t show any signs that they will stop churning out unwatchable horror flicks.
An upcoming film based on the real lives of former wife swapping New York Yankees Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich is in the works, and Kekich is none too pleased.
Patrick Wilson and James Marsden are getting a ‘Loft’ together.
It was only a matter of time before his agent got the call.
Stephen Root should be in more movies, so this is good news.
“Glee’s” Ryan Murphy and his “Nip/Tuck” partner Brad Falchuk have been pretty tight-lipped about their new FX pilot “American Horror Story.” There’s been no word on plot or genre. All we’ve had to go on is the cheery and optimistic sounding title. Until now.
I’m experiencing serious zombie-fatigue, and the fact that Air Bud’s buddies are getting into the genre with the CG animated ‘Zombie Pet Shop’ is not helping.
According to director Jonathan Liebesman, ‘Clash 2′ will be more “real” and “grounded” in reality than the first one. Though the sequel is also about Greek dudes killing freaky monsters.
Discovery Channel star Justin Tennison was found dead in an Alaska hotel room.
Tom Hooper said that he was offered the job of directing drunken Tony Stark & pals, but turned Marvel down. He may direct a film version of the hit Broadway musical ‘Les Miserables’ instead.
“Firefly” fans are hardcore and extremely unwilling to find a new thing to obsess over.
The blacklisted screenplay ‘Murdoch’ is an “intimate family drama” about the ultra-powerful News Corp CEO, full of good old fashioned family backstabbing.
We can speculate all we want about the casting possibilities here, but if you really don’t think that it’s going to be Rihanna and Channing Tatum, you’re kidding yourself.