Beavis and Butthead won’t just be dissecting Lady Gaga when they return to television later this year. Watch your back, piano-playing cats.
Jerry Seinfeld has lost his favorite, loudest uncle. Len Lesser, the actor best known for yelling his way into our hearts as Uncle Leo on “Seinfeld,” has passed away.
You’d think a name like that would put his headshot and resume in the “???” pile, but it turns out McNairy (‘Art School Confidential’) is a hot name right now.
As we thought, the rumors about Scorsese directing ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ this summer were as reliable as a Bernie Madoff. “Alright then, wiseguy. What is his next project?”
From football siren to inviso-jet flyin’, Palicki (‘Friday Night Lights’) has been tapped (yeah, she has – *high fives*) to star in NBC’s “Wonder Woman” pilot.
Looks like Warner execs just kicked Snyder into the pit on this one.
Kelly will take on a more straightforward narrative with his new film ‘Corpus Christi’, though the plot description makes me wonder if deviations into “Fluid Karma” territory are inevitable.
Alice Eve has been brought in to portray a young Emma Thompson in the time travel storyline of Men In Black 3. Thompson’s self-confidence must be through the roof right now.
This news is as suspicious as a check signed by Frank Abagnale Jr. However, it’s juicier than a bottle of red prison wine, so we’re letting you know about it. Proceed with caution.
Universal picked Kimberly Pierce (‘Boys Don’t Cry’) to direct a new ‘one-of-these-guys-is-not-like-the-others’ story.
Looks like ‘Troll 2′ is no longer just an embarrassment.
Dakota Fanning is joining Dorff and Emile Hirsch in ‘The Motel Life’. Child actor powers ACTIVATE!!
If Detroit is going to get RoboCop in bronze, why not immortalize these other movie icons?
The upcoming FOX comedy pilot “Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apt. 23″ has nabbed a prime celebrity guest star.
There is historical evidence to explain why 3D makes me uncomfortable: Nazis were all about 3D filmmaking.
Michael Bay has just written himself into Taylor Lautner’s calendar with the most awesome ink money can buy.
Matthew Vaughn is apparently fed up with working with little kids in Kick-Ass and teenagers in X-Men: First Class.
It’s been at least three years since anyone has made an unnecessary Elvis Presley biopic. The long national wait is over.
We can’t just blame Martin Lawrence for this.
This week we shackle our Best Director contenders together by the ankles, slather them in honey, toss them in the bear cage with an 800 pound grizzly and a pair of bolt cutters to see who among them has the will to survive.
Don’t forget to concentrate, as you should on all works of fine art.
Banksy really wants that Oscar. So much so that he’s willing to visit the Sunset Strip.
Just check out what Irrfan Khan has to say about his part.
Every day, we here at Screen Junkies receive at least a dozen Martin Lawrence-related emails. As such, our crack-research team set to work to answer some of the most common questions we receive in regard to Mr. Lawrence.
Mitch Hurwitz, creator of ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Running Wilde’, has compiled a handy list of tips for getting your sitcom canceled. ‘References to Jessica Walter’s vagina’ is glaringly absent.
Two guys who aren’t blind pretending to be blind guys who pretend not to be blind.
Michel Gondry has announced plans that he is adapting Philip K. Dick’s Ubik. I’m assuming the announcement was made via a yarn megaphone while Gondry wore plaster beehives as shoes.
While her former “That 70’s Show” cast mates bang Natalie Portman on film, Laura Prepon is ready to offend. She’s signed on to channel Chelsea Handler in the comedienne’s autobiographical comedy pilot.
I think I might see ‘1911’ just to support a man who’s been killing himself for the world’s enjoyment since 1964.
Radcliffe is going full-on, boring old muggle in one of his new post-Harry Potter roles.