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Michael J. Fox Recreates ‘Back to the Future’ Teaser

Wednesday, October 13 by

Michael J. Fox returns as Marty McFly to recreate the teaser for the original Back to the Future movie film. Still not quite sure why the Spike Scream Awards is the event reuniting the cast of BTTF, but whatever. It'll be good to see Lea Thompson out and about for the first time since "Caroline in the City."
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Rhys Ifans Will Be The Lizard in ‘Spider-man’

Wednesday, October 13 by

Marvel wasn't just going to let DC own the day by announcing Tom Hardy will be a villain in the next Batman. Nuh uh. They've just announced that recently cast Rhys Ifans will be playing Dr. Curt Connors a.k.a. The Lizard in Marc Webb's Spider-man reboot. Poor Dylan Baker. He had to keep his arm inside of his shirt for the previous Spider-man movies, pretending that he was an amputee, and he never even got the chance to turn into a reptile.
Spider-man hits theaters in 3D July 3, 2012. You'll probably hear more about this movie before then. (TheWrap)

Eddie Murphy Joins Brett Ratner’s ‘Tower Heist’ Because Nothing Matters Anymore

Wednesday, October 13 by

From that time all these guys were in Paris together.
Trying to break up his stint of accepting bad movie roles, Eddie Murphy has decided to appear in a bad movie role that won't require a fat suit. Not to be worn by him at least. Murphy will be joining Ben Stiller in Brett Ratner's Tower Heist.
This the second time that Murphy was attached to this film. He was the initial star years ago while it was in development. He passed, then Chris Rock passed, and then Chris Tucker passed. Then Ben Stiller (the next logical choice) took over the role. No word yet on which supporting character Murphy will play, but I've got a good feeling that Ben Stiller will learn the consequences of touching his radio. (EW)

‘Jackass 3D’s Dumbest Injuries, Most Brilliant Stunts

Wednesday, October 13 by

You may be excited to see what crazy new stunts they try in Jackass 3D but let’s be honest. What you really want to know is who got hurt the worst. And who got hurt the worst doing the stupidest thing. It’s a toss-up, but seeing Bam Margera take a taser on the head seemed the most life threatening. It’s one thing on your stomach or side, but is your skull designed to withstand electro-shock?

“I got tasered everywhere and it hurts so bad that I was still angry for the rest of the day about it,” Margera said. “It’s just one of those annoying kind of pains, like a stun gun 40 times, it makes you mad and I was just f*cking mad all day about it. I also broke my clavicle that day falling. I’m telling you that that probably sucked the worst out of this movie for me, except for the snakes.”
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Interview: ‘Red’ Actor John Malkovich

Wednesday, October 13 by

Somehow in 10 years of journalism, I’d always just missed John Malkovich until now. I’d grown up watching In the Line of Fire and Con Air, but since going pro,…

Zack Snyder Dismisses General Zod As Rumor

Wednesday, October 13 by

Ladies and gentlemen, The Cranberries!!
Liam Neeson should hold off on practice-wearing plunging V-neck shirts. I took the liberty of throwing his name into the General Zod casting ring due to his resemblance to the character, and the fact that he'll willingly appear in any movie. But now it seems that we all, as an Internet, may have been impulsive.
Bad Taste recently had to sit through the The Legend Of The Guardians in order to get an interview with Zack Snyder. They asked if General Zod would appear in his upcoming Superman to which Snyder replied, "For now it's just a rumor."
So there you have it. Today it's a rumor, and tomorrow it will be announced as fact. And I'll be given the chance again to fulfill my 129-word quota. Stay tuned.

Tom Hardy Will Be Someone in Chris Nolan’s Third ‘Batman’

Wednesday, October 13 by

Christopher Nolan enjoyed working with Tom Hardy on Inception so much that he's brought him on to star in his third Batman movie. Warner Bros. won't divulge any details, but everyone's assuming Hardy will play a villain. One thing is for certain: he won't play Batman. That's Christian Bale's role, silly.
If you're upset that Hardy's dropping Mad Max for Batman, don't fret. He'll be back on that project when (if?) it ever gets going again. God hates the production of Mad Max almost as much as he hates Transformers 3. So Hardy as a Batman villain? What say you, commenters? (Deadline)

‘House’ Actress Vinessa Shaw

Wednesday, October 13 by

You probably had a childhood crush on Vinessa Shaw when you saw her opposite Rodney Dangerfield and Jonathan Brandis in Ladybugs. Then you probably lost that crush when you saw her get sexually abused by a mutant in The Hills Have Eyes. I gained that crush back seeing her guest star on "House" the other night.
A word from Vinessa:  "There was so much blood on the floor I was sticking to the floor. My hair was matted to the ground…"
Check out more pics of Vinessa after the jump… 

Famous Last Words Mash-Up

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Pic of Adam Sandler as Ugly Woman in ‘Jack and Jill’

Wednesday, October 13 by

If you've ever wanted to see Adam Sandler in drag, his next film Jack and Jill will give you plenty. Sandler plays a man and his twin sister. Yep, it's come to that, and even Al Pacino and Katie Holmes are joining in on the "fun."
This inevitable failure with the critics but success at the box office is being directed by long time Sandler collaborator Dennis Dugan. He directed Sandler in his last P.O.S. Grown Ups that went on to make 264 million at the worldwide box office. So up my nose with a rubber hose for bagging on their team. They make money hand over fist. You can check out the film in 2011 if you Sandler in a wig makes you smile. (Collider)

Fox Freaks The Eff Out Over Lindelof’s ‘Alien’ Script

Wednesday, October 13 by

Damon Lindelof has handed in his new draft of the screenplay for Ridley Scott's Alien prequel and the execs at 20th Century Fox have responded: "A+++ will do business with again." It's said that the script is successful on both a creative and budgetary level, and we don't know much more beyond that.
What we do know is that the action takes place 35 years before Ridley Scott's original and follows a female Space Marine General. The studio and director have named Natalie Portman as their top-pick for the role, with Noomi Rapace selected as an alternate. Other names that have been mentioned are Gemma Arterton and Carey Mulligan (who just screams Marine general). And beyond that, nobody knows nothing. People run around and get eaten, I guess. (Vulture)

Bruce Willis On ‘Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis’

Wednesday, October 13 by

On this new episode of "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis," Bruce Willis stops by to be questioned about his poor career choices and Ashton Kutcher. John McClane seems genuinely jaded by the celebrity lifestyle he's lived for so many years. It used to be all bitches and blow, and now he's just waiting around for the phone to ring. If Bruce Willis wasn't still extremely awesome I might tend to believe this. I have a feeling it's still bitches and maybe a little less blow considering it's no longer the 80s.
Watch Willis in the hot seat after the jump…

Kanye West Made A Movie Or Something

Wednesday, October 13 by

We don't get a lot of chances to write about Kanye West on this site. He hasn't appeared in any of the Fast and the Furious films, and it's been awhile since he had a meltdown on live television. But now he's stepping into the world of filmmaking. I think.
Posted below, we have the trailer for West's latest vanity project Runaway, a 40-minute short film he's been shopping around. He's worked with a lot of talented directors throughout his career, so why did he choose to direct this himself? Despite the obvious reason.
"I know some of my images, my ideas, were so amateur, no director would want to do this for me. So I had to do it myself. I'd rather it be my vision and my dream and be sub par, than for it to be someone else's vision and perfect."
The same quote can also be applied to Brett Ratner's work on X-Men 3.
Check out the trailer after the jump…

Lionsgate Signs On for ‘Happytime Murders’

Wednesday, October 13 by

Say hello to my little friend!
Do you like Muppet movies? Do you like murder movies? Or perhaps you've always wanted to murder a Muppet? Well, in any case, it looks like you're in luck. Lionsgate has signed on to Happytime Murders, a murder-mystery featuring Muppets (or something very similar) created by the Jim Henson Company.
Happytime grounds us in a world where humans and puppets live side by side, albeit with the puppets as second-class citizens. The furry cast of once-popular kids’ show The Happytime Gang are being picked off one by one, and the only ones who can figure out who’s behind the deaths is a drunken, washed-up private eye puppet and his former LAPD partner, a human being.
That sounds a lot like Chinatown mixed with Who Framed Roger Rabbit. That is to say, it sounds like the greatest story in all of human history. Oh, and if you answered "yes" to wanting to kill a Muppet, rot it hell. I love those furry bastards more than my own family. (Empire Online)

Watch 17 Minutes of “Walking Dead” Goodness (Video)

Wednesday, October 13 by

If you're having a hard time waiting for the premiere of "The Walking Dead, we've got something that might hold you over. AMC has unveiled a 17-minute behind-the-scenes featurette chronicling the making of Frank Darabont's epic new Zombie series based on the Robert Kirkman comics.

My recommendation: starting tomorrow, watch one minute a day for the next 17 days. If my math is correct, that should get you to October 31st, the day on which the first episode will air. If my math is incorrect, I apologize. I went to public school. (First Showing)

Watch 17 minutes of "Walking Dead" goodness, after the jump…

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