John Stamos does not wish to be the highest paid actor on television. He’s got his own money, thank you. Money he earned through hard work, good hygiene, and laughing at Dave Coulier’s jokes.
Paul F. Tompkins as a wisecracking villain? This stuff writes itself.
Don’t look so sad, Duncan. Comic books are cool too!
Darren Aronofsky doesn’t like the drugs, but the drugs like him.
The “obnoxious pteradactyl-like screams” coming from Alan Ball’s “exotic bird menagerie” are making it really difficult for next-door-neighbor Tarantino to lift ideas from ‘Danger: Diabolik’.
The LAPD are at Charlie Sheen’s house right now. No, they’re not there for the tiger blood.
Like Robocop’s one-man mission to eliminate crime in Detroit, relatively unknown writer Josh Zetumer has also been given a gargantuan task: write a new version of the it’s-exactly-perfect-as-it-is film ‘Robocop’.
If the Farrelly’s screw this one up, angry Three Stooges fans will not be giving them a hall pass.
Somewhere, deep below the surface of the earth, there is a heavily guarded vault containing all of J.J. Abrams story secrets… and one just left.
You know what sounded cool? Trent Reznor writing the music, and acting in, the upcoming ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’. You know what sucks? That’s not actually happening.
Frankly, we’re just giddy at the thought of the man who wrote “Gettin’ Jiggy wit It” transferring his writing prowess to the big screen.
Luketic is an accomplished director who apparently has soft, delicate skin.
Nickelodeon is rebooting the series (with a 2012 air date, per this teaser) with 26 all-new episodes.
Montecito Pictures has bought a script from the writer of ‘John Tucker Must Die’, which leads me to believe that Montecito Pictures is unfamiliar with the film ‘John Tucker Must Die’.
It’s almost as addicting as the drug Charlie Sheen.
What Benicio del Toro really wants to do is direct.
The road to “Hell’s Kitchen” is paved with good intentions.
Bill Hader talks about the horror-comedy ‘House Of Joel’.
Hemingway’s ex-wives will be played by most of the actresses in Hollywood.
There’s a certain irony to Men In Black 3’s focusing on time travel as a plot motif, considering that the production is taking foreeeeeeeever.
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There’s a pig spirit involved, too.
Rihanna is too young for Kevin Costner anyway.
Rob Lowe ain’t goin’ nowhere!
It may come as no surprise that Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay have taken an interest in cocaine. The duo are moving forward on the series “Cocaine Cowboys” that they set up at HBO in 2008.
Hop into the A-Little-While-Back Machine with Nickelodeon.
Bring a parka or you might get web fluid all over you.
High school girls, be advised. Matthew McConaughey has AIDs… in his next movie.
Will she be required to roll around in cake with Deborah Gibson or go toe-to-toe with a Piranhceratops.
ABC cast O’Quinn (‘Lost’) in the new pilot “Hallelujah.” It’s a musical drama from “Desperate Housewives” showrunner Marc Cherry, so if O’Quinn wasn’t in it, I would find a way to anti-TiVO the show.