Will you marathon the first nine seasons before watching the final 10th season? For most of you, maybe even 99.9% of you, I’m guessing the answer is “no.”
Michael Moore, for all the civic duties he takes upon himself, still wants to get paid at the end of the day.
Warner Bros. is readying Harker, a story of a Scotland Yard detective on the trail of Dracula.
Detroit has had its fair share of tough times, but this news is especially tough to report. Sadly, the Motor City will not be getting a statue honoring their protector, Robocop.
Franco doesn’t care much for just sitting around, so he is considering creating a “Three’s Company” feature film and perhaps an off-Broadway play.
After combing through the trailer myself, and searching several message boards, I’ve come up with the following eight pictures that may contain hidden clues about the Steven Spielberg produced film.
One hundred and eleven million people watched the Superbowl yesterday. That is so many millions.
Lasse Hallstrom has already jumped on board to direct the adaptation of the first book of a (new) Swedish detective series.
Here’s some news that big pink dog will enjoy. Richard Gere is getting back in the game.
The New Pornographers have a new video and they’ve thrown a bone to struggling actors like Paul Rudd.
Robert Redford wants to be bigger than Bieber.
The 2011 Writers Guild Award winners are a lot of familiar names and faces.
Director Danny Boyle is thinking of returning to unconventional monster movie territory nine years after his terrifying zombie film ’28 Days Later’.
The Hobbit plans to begin shooting in March, if God allows it.
Number one: It lets you make a movie.
Shawn Levy has a lot on his plate, but you can’t really take a breather when James Cameron comes calling. So Levy has opted to direct the ‘Fantastic Voyage’ remake rather than die in a submarine “accident.”
With ‘The Expendables’, Sylvester Stallone paid homage to the gritty, bizarrely-cast, shoot ‘em up action flicks of the 1980’s. It looks like his next will pay homage to formulaic, generic cop action dramas.
The Super Bowl showed us more than just robots, superheroes, pirates, aliens, topless Olivia Wilde, and douchebags. It also showed us which programs Fox hopes they won’t have to cancel this fall.
Start hoarding your Robin t-shirts now.
Here’s hoping Cobie Smulders looks good in an eyepatch.
Oh right, it’s Ursa.
Royal movie critic Queen Elizabeth II saw Academy Award nominated movie The King’s Speech and gave it four and a half corgis. That’s right, she sacrifices dogs whenever she sees a movie.
Deuce Bigalow is ready to get back into TV. I wonder how he got the confidence, with no one around to tell him that *he* can do it.
Stern also thinks that during last year’s Superbowl commercial, Letterman should have “finish[ed] him off” when he had the chance. I’d watch that this year.
David O. Russell must really carry a flame for Connie Britton. He is working to develop a drama for her on FX with no script or even concept.
Dan Marino appeared in Ace Ventura and Brett Favre appeared in There’s Something About Mary, but which player did the most with the little on-screen time given to them? Fight!
I apologize if this post feels rushed, but I’m trying to get through it before the next Franco story breaks.
Spaihts and Bruckheimer are “in like” with each other, and news of their second project together should take things to the next level.
Good thing he didn’t completely oversell it.
The actress may or may not play William H. Macy’s ex-girlfriend, which could only happen in a movie.