Josh Duhamel, the handsome-white-guy-from-the-thing, has been added to the cast of Garry Marshall’s New Years Eve, joining the likes of Robert De Niro, Ashton Kutcher, and Jessica Biel, among others.
The corporate overlords at Comcast have revealed the new logo for NBCUniversal.
It was hard to hear over the screams of the pitchfork-toting villagers when Mel Gibson being cast in The Hangover 2. The following storm of updates jumbled truth and rumor against one another create a half-truth stew. Now we have a few small bits of confirmation.
Darren Aronofsky, hot off of Black Swan, is re-teaming with one of the highlights of that movie, Vincent Cassel.
“Deadwood” creator David Milch has reason to crack open the peaches. He is writing an adaptation of the PS3 mystery thriller ‘Heavy Rain.’
Here’s a bit of Robert Pattinson news, lest you think he was going to disintegrate completely after Twilight.
Personally, I would prefer we had a Cloverfield in theaters every Halloween instead of the recent crop of recrudescent genre entries. Sadly that’s not the case and it looks like Cloverfield 2 may be further off than we expected.
Looks like Peter Jackson won’t be Hobbiting just yet. Production on the Lord Of The Rings prequel has been delayed due to Jackson’s stomach trying to kill him.
Stewart’s apparently circling in on the role like a vampire swooping around a cute, but perpetually nervous looking teenage girl.
Elsley and MTV are fighting back against “child porn” allegations and sticking to their fully exposed teenage guns.
Viggo Mortensen could go from being a King in ‘Lord of the Rings’ to a lowly huntsman taking orders from bitchy/hot Queen Charlize Theron in ‘Snow White and The Huntsman.’
Ron Howard choosing Oscar-winning Spanish actor Javier Bardem over Christian Bale for his latest project was not the result of a creepy coin toss.
There’s nothing weirder than a crazy ballerina who lezes out and thinks she’s turning into an evil bird, so writing a straight up sci-fi movie should be a cakewalk for screenwriter Mark Heyman.
Chris Pine, Hugh Jackman, Alec Baldwin and Isla Fisher will be voicing our childhood icons in Dreamworks’ Rise of the Guardians.
Michael Fassbender has joined Ridley Scott’s non-Alien Alien prequel, Prometheus.
Will Ferrell will be picking up the slack during a four-episode arc.
Bill Clinton isn’t going to have a cameo in The Hangover 2, says Ed Helms.
I’ve never seen anything this insane outside the insides of my own eyelids.
Brian De Palma, legendary director of ‘Body Double’, ‘Scarface’, and ‘Carrie’, has signed on to direct ‘Passion’, a remake of last year’s foreign film ‘Crime d’amour’.
NBC decided to pick up four comedy pilots from established comedians that actually have decent premises.
I made this quiz as a sign of my undying love for the British action star. How much do I love him? Well, let’s just say that when I sit and daydream about having sex with beautiful women, I always picture myself as Jason Statham.
Ready the bronzer. John Travolta is the front runner to offend the Gotti family by portraying patriarch John in the upcoming biopic about the famed mafia don.
The multimillionaires are forming an unholy union that would put Smith’s hair-whipping daughter in a ‘re-imagining’ of the musical ‘Annie’.
Just because Ron Howard wants you to do something doesn’t mean you have to do it.
‘Prometheus’ is getting a summer 2012 release.
Halle Berry recently passed up the role of Aretha Franklin in her forthcoming biopic. But, much like she does with Burger King’s strict No Refills policy, the diva is not taking no for an answer.
New TV shows that, chances are, will be canceled soon.
In order to convert the Oscar buzz surrounding ‘The King’s Speech’ into sweet money money money, executive producer Harvey Weinstein wants to tone down the film’s naughty language.
What does it take to send ‘Glee’ creator Ryan Murphy into an expletive laced tirade? Deny him the right to turn a song of yours into a “number” on his hit show, that’s what.
Actor/director Mark Webber is gearing up to helm his second indie film, a touching love letter to the bond that exists between a father and son, in which he’s casting his real-life toddler. Classic Hollywood nepotism.