We’ve seen how society crumbles when the dead rise but this summer, it’s all about seeing how alumni of NBC’s Thursday night line-up fare during an alien invasion.
News that might make you rethink your plans for a summer trip to Latvia.
Johnny Depp has left Emir Kusturica’s The Seven Friends of Pancho Villa and the Woman With Seven Fingers after realizing the role calls for a Mexican actor and he can’t pull that off no matter what he does with his facial hair.
First, the Mayor of Detroit shot down the notion of a RoboCop statue, and now on a state level, Governor Rick Snyder has chased away The Avengers and more films could follow.
My Bieber Fever is so out of control, I can barely type these words, cause my hands are shaking. Also, is frequent vomiting a symptom?
Producer David Ellison (‘True Grit’) wants the film rights to the “Star Blazers” space opera anime. Actually, it’s already been made into a live action movie, but the Japanese did it, so that doesn’t count.
Hypothetically casting a hypothetical movie.
Tom Hardy tells us a little about the new Bane of our existence.
Remember how sucky ‘Van Helsing’ was? Now that Rutger Hauer (‘Hobo With A Shotgun’) is taking on the role in ‘Dracula 3D’, you can stake those bad memories right outta your brain.
Kevin Costner might be moving to Metropolis.
This weekend, it was all about the Neeson.
“What’s an Eddie?” I can almost hear you thinking silently to yourself.
The Great Three-Dimensional Gatsby.
Robert Downey Jr. is a man who appreciates the finer and more literate things in life. And apparently he finally finished reading ‘Inherent Vice’.
Kobe Bryant and his co-star, explosions.
Finally, something to be thankful for.
Many of the greatest movie actors began as basketball stars. That’s why they study ‘Space Jam’ and the filmography of Shaquille O’Neal in every film history class.
Thanks to Dead Island, there will be a movie based on a commercial for a video game, which tops the list of “Retarded Things To Option,” blowing past the former #1: “Twitter Account.”
Ready to jump from making TV shows about teens to making movies about teens, writer/producer Josh Schwartz (“Gossip Girl”) will make his feature debut with the Halloween comedy ‘Fun Size’.
Commander In Chief is a hard enough job without having to fight Russian terrorists and aliens.
Here’s a look at ‘Apollo 18′, a movie in ‘Cloverfield’-esque handheld NauseaVision that tells the story of a secret NASA flight to poke a stick at moon-beasts.
I think potential hardcore fans are already planning the “save this show” campaign, for when it inevitably gets cancelled too soon.
At the beginning of the week, we all wondered what caused reporter Serene Branson to sound like a “Twin Peaks” dream sequence during her Grammys recap. Now, Branson describes what happened in her own words. This time in English, please!
The bros who put ‘The King’s Speech’ together might be working on another joint.
Juliette Binoche is getting in on that sweet Pattinson action.
Howie Mandel, that merry prankster, is at it again with a hidden camera special on Fox. That’s what I would say if I was amused by Howie Mandel.
The live-action ‘Akira’ will have a dash of Kloves in it.
Steve Carell seems determined to make his post-TV career more Ashton Kutcher than Michael Richards, with a slew of solid film choices.
Jude Law is putting his talent for sleeping with castmates up on the big screen. He has joined the gang bang that is Fernando Meirelles’s relationship drama 360.
Ferdinand the Bull is about to go Hollywood.