You know you’re getting on in years when your IMDB page includes special effects for ‘King Kong’. Not the Peter Jackson one, or the ancient Charles Grodin one. The Fay Wray one.
Which director will Disney set sail with? Hey, that pun kinda works with the visual themes of the movie. Great.
At this point, I’m half-expecting the producers to announce they have just signed on Christian Slater to play some long-lost fourth stooge.
Rumors say the producers of the Stephen King adaptation have put Hailee Steinfeld (‘True Grit’) at the top of their casting wish list. If she takes the part, she’ll get a $10 horse.
He may be going back to his roots of scaring the sh*t out of people.
It sounds like the networks might be ready for her brand of cute racist jokes.
Talk about ‘Higher Learning’!
She’ll play Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s wife. Only in Hollywood!!!!
Sarandon is going to play Samberg’s mom, just like she does in all those SNL Digital Shorts.
Thanks to ‘Fun Size’, he can let the fellas breathe.
This movie will get made much slower than you can say ‘Jackie Robinson’.
Posters! What will they think of next??
‘The Hunger Games’ are going into extra innings.
Hide the children!
The dry cleaning bills for this show are brutal.
It’s like ‘Pretty Woman’ but sad.
Marti Noxon (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), whose last name sounds like an element on the periodic table, has turned in a new draft adapting Seth Grahame-Smith’s bestseller.
Paramount gave the interwebs a ton of new pictures showing the film’s many, many humans.
It may have been terrible, but the stills are easy on the ol’ eye-lassos.
Turns out we’ve been wrong about the guy this whole time.
Fans of television everywhere let out a collective “huh.”
That wooden box you use to hold your weed could be worth millions.
At least the producers of ‘American Reunion’ are adding fresh eye candy into Universal’s penis-squashed new ‘American Pie’.
This is one of those stories that will probably happen, but we need to put a question mark after the title to cover our ass.
Next season, Rick Grimes and his Atlanta-evacuating company will be joined by fresh blood: Hershel, Maggie and Otis.
He will be playing Sorkin’s standard “Crotchety Senior Executive Who Has Lots of Integrity.”
They’re already star-whacked. They just don’t know it.
The studio has determined that the best way to shake things up and respond to those mediocre reviews is to definitely not change writers.
He’ll be the Hanks son with the non-embarrassing connection to the music industry.