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.
Arnold may want to consider a career on Broadway. He’s a Kennedy. I think he can make it happen.
I guess if they want to pretend that John Travolta can be a menacing mob boss, those same producers can pretend that Kim Kardashian is able to act at all.
Norwegian actress Ingrid Bolsø Berdal has joined the cast of Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters according to some guy.
The director of the Danish film ‘In A Better World’ is next slated to direct a remake of the French thriller ‘Rapt’. Probably with less smoldering sexuality. Oh well.
For decades, filmmakers in need of a villain have turned to autocrats, and I doubt recent events in the Middle East will diminish their role.
Sure. Ok. Why not, I guess.
Will Paul Greengrass be able to steady his camera long enough to capture the final days of Dr. Martin Luther King?
Wolfgang Petersen has signed on to direct ‘Old Man’s War’.
Even though his new film ‘Tree Of Life’ doesn’t open until the end of May, Terrence Malick’s follow up has already been shot.
Let us wind down our Oscar coverage and pick our favorites for the lesser-cared-about categories so we can turn our attention to more important matters, such as which Oscar gowns to dress our cats in on The Big Night.
America’s Least Objectionable Filmmaker Chris Columbus is apparently a fan of the cinema of Korea.
It was only a matter of time before someone took the score and dialogue from Duncan Jones’ 2009 sci-fi film ‘Moon’ and mashed it up with hip-hop beats and a lonely rapper.
Noted neurophysiologist and Dadaist poet James Franco has unveiled his latest work.
Not really, but the first part is 100% true!
While they haven’t found the right knuckleheads for their Three Stooges film, the Farrelly Brothers have mentioned a few of the folks who have been approached. They’ve got some tough choices ahead of them.
The second scariest use of morphing after that Michael Jackson video.
Giovanni Ribisi is “obsessed with Ted.”
Now that Tim and Eric have ended their Adult Swim show, we’re all wondering where we’re going to get our confusing anti-comedy.