While meme topics are as varied as the Internet itself, film and television are continual sources of inspiration. With that in mind, here are the 10 greatest entertainment-related memes of 2010.
Clint Eastwood has confirmed that Dame Judi Dench will star in his upcoming J. Edgar Hoover biopic, J. Edgar. The director also claims that Leonardo DiCaprio and Charlize Theron are likely to appear in the film.
Have you always had the perverted yet overwhelming desire to lick the backsides of your favorite Pixar characters? Well then, it looks like you’re in luck! The U.S. Postal Service is continuing their “Art of Disney” stamp line with images from several Pixar films.
If you’re a man of Sylvester Stallone’s stature, you enjoy the finest things that life has to offer. Fast cars, tall women, Ed Hardy clothing, arms so veiny they look like horse c*cks, and expensive ink pens as it turns out.
DreamWorks Animation is ready to clean up at the box office again. They’ve snagged the film rights to the Oni Press comic Maintenance.
The film electrics union isn’t going to like his take on Jack the Giant Killer.
If we allow the Feds to decide which films are important, we are also allowing the government to decide which films don’t matter. Well, I for one don’t want to see Pootie Tang or The Last Starfighter end up in front of some cinematic death panel.
Clash Of The Titans-induced pink eye may be a worry of the past. Apple is developing a technology that will allow audiences to view 3D images without the aid of glasses.
Australian stuntman Scott McLean was rushed to a Thai hospital after a botched car crash on the set of The Hangover Part II left him in an induced coma.
I’ve literally wanted to bang this girl since she was 13, and given the fact that we’re about the same age, that’s a lot less creepy than when I say the same about Emma Watson…or Daniel Radcliffe.
We know how much you value our opinion, so it’s that time when we tell you what we thought was awesome and what was crap at the movies this past year.
Mickey Rourke came out on a British talkshow the other day as a future portrayer of a gay rugby player.
I guess there’s really no shame in failing to match the raw-star power of Dan Aykroyd.
Good news, Avengers fans! The film has a plot. Bad news, Avengers fans. The plot may involve Demi Lovato.
And the winner is…
Steven Soderbergh is not a happy tree.
Christmas arrived last week for Tron Guy (aka Jay Maynard) when Tron: Legacy opened nationwide, but his local theater wouldn’t let him in.
In an interview with Dread Central, actor Danny Trejo claimed that a Machete sequel, Machete Kills, was definitely in the works, and that director Robert Rodriguez has already written the script.
For those of you curious what blurry, incomprehensible clusterf*ck of sharp metal Megatron will transform into in Michael Bay’s Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, the wait is over.
Remember this past summer when Salt came out and everyone was super excited and saying things like, “Hey, I just saw Salt for like the fifth time. Probably gonna go back later today and see it again.” Me neither. But, hey, there’s talk of a sequel!
One thing you’ll notice when you see True Grit is that the dialogue is a little different. Obviously they don’t talk like OMG, WTF in the Old West, but it’s different than even the Clint Eastwood and John Wayne westerns.
Damian Lewis has been cast in Showtime’s “Homeland” as a soldier who returns home after ten years in Iraqi prison. He’ll star opposite the totally-believable-as-a-CIA-agent Claire Danes, who will be playing a CIA agent.
Director Zhang Yimou, the man behind China’s opening ceremonies at the 2008 Olympic Games and Hero starring Jet Li, cast Bale after he was impressed with the actor’s knowledge of the so-called “Rape of Nanjing.”
The good news just keeps on coming for James Cameron. Not only has Avatar grossed over $2.7 billion, it also holds the title of most pirated film of 2010 with 16.5 million illegal downloads.
Whether you believe in The Madden Curse or roll your eyes at it, you have something new to roll your eyes at– Madden Curse: The Movie.
Many people like to bitch and moan about Brown’s work just because it’s “clichéd” and “poorly written.” Those people need to chill the hell out. What’s the harm? It’s just mindless fun, like having sex with a coma patient.
Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi has been banned from filmmaking for twenty years. Harsh. It’s not like he directed Yogi Bear.
So while most Americans are struggling to make ends meet this holiday season, Morgan is out there buying new organs. Typical Hollywood.
Despite the belief that they would clean their room and eat all of their vegetables like a good animation house, Pixar isn’t ready to put their toys away just yet.
The Weinstein Co. is off-setting the casting of Sarah Jessica Parker in I Don’t Know How She Does It by jamming this thing full with nerd-crushes. “Mad Men’s” Christina Hendricks and “The Daily Show’s” Olivia Munn have agreed to distract the audience in the new romantic comedy.