We knew that Charlie Sheen would have some bullsh*t excuse for his trip to the emergency room yesterday morning. But we didn’t know it would be this bullsh*t.
With nary a film in theaters, Alex Pettyfer is already like sugar to the young adults. That’s why it comes as no surprise that he is up to his armpits in young adult movie franchises.
The ‘Alice In Wonderland’ star is going through the looking glass, and into the magical, shockingly violent, teeth-pulling world of director Chan-Wook Park (Oldboy).
The story might be about Abraham Lincoln fighting vampires, but it was lesser known actor Walker who fought a bunch of high-profile, blood-sucking (okay, maybe not blood-sucking) celebrities to snag the role.
We’ve got a few little spoilers the Marvel lawyers are apparently frantic about.
Since the book was published in 1992, there have been no romantic comedies dealing with the many differences between men and women. Finally, we’ll have one.
Charlie Sheen’s publicist has confirmed that the actor is in the hospital with severe abdominal pains after partaking in a 36-hour cocaine binge. Something tells me that said publicist will probably have a different story to tell.
Saoirse Ronan has been confirmed to join the cast of The Hobbit, though the her role hasn’t been specified.
Charlie’s got himself some new angels.
‘Hobo with a Shotgun’s’ titular hero is far from the first. From Hollywood’s earliest days, down and out characters found their way to the silver screen. Here are 9 other hobos you might recognize (sans shotguns).
Good news! James Bond still has a stern boss!! Husky-eyed, aristotle, British old lady, Dame Judi Dench will once again reprise the role of M in Sam Mendes’s take on the material.
Elmo is so hot right now.
The star of ‘Two And a Half Men’ was rushed to LA area hospital Cedars-Sinai with stomach pains early this morning.
Music video director Jonas Åkerlund has his next project lined up.
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.