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THE “Avatar” Trailer In Theaters This Friday

Tuesday, October 20 by

Finally the long national wait for the actually good Avatar trailer is over. Coming Soon (tee-hee) reports that a 3 minute and 30 second trailer featuring a hefty amount of story will premiere in theaters this Friday. No word yet on which film it will be attached to but this is said to be THE trailer. The most epic, shart-inducing, nipple-tingling visual feat ever rendered. The film is set to open in less than two months so expect a huge marketing push for this one. In other words, it's about to get Avatarded in here.Shut-ins and bubble people sadly will have to wait until Thursday, October 29th to view the trailer online. Damn! That's not nearly enough time to hone and perfect the intricacies of my CCH Pounder Halloween costume.

Horror Movie Calendar Pinup Girls from Nerdcore

Monday, October 19 by

Every year, Nerdcore releases a special calendar paying tribute to pop culture with sexy pinup girls. The 2010 Calendar, currently available for pre-order, is a bloody, beautiful homage to horror flicks, and it's a perfectly timed Halloween gift for any discerning masturbator of the macabre friend you may have.  According to Nerdcore, "no genre has been more synonymous with nerds and nudity than horror," and we couldn't agree more.  Their 4th annual calendar features cover model Jana Jordan getting paranormal with a TV set, sultry scream queen Justine Joli in the most vintage of psychotic shower scenes, Bobbi Starr sewn together (literally) in a more naked version of Frankenstein, as well as Aria Giovanni, Kayla Jane Danger, Karlie Montana, Mosh, and Zoli Suicide getting their scream on.   Check out some of the hot, nearly NSFW photos after the jump. Can you guess all the horror movies to which the photos pay tribute? Does it really even matter?

NIP/TUCK

Monday, October 19 by

Network: FXProducer: Ryan MurphyCast: Dylan Walsh, Julian McMahon Synopsis: Seann McNamara and Christian Troy are seriously gifted plastic surgeons living in Los Angeles who have some serious issues they need to work out.

What’s On Tonight: Monday, October 19th, 2009

Monday, October 19 by

Pete Doherty is like England's Outbreak Monkey in tonight's TV Preview. CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!

Kanye West + Spike Jonze = Fairytale

Monday, October 19 by

Where the Wild Things Are arrived this past weekend, and it pretty much turned out to be a therapy session with a bunch of clinically depressed forty-somethings dressed like furries. So when we heard that "We Were Once a Fairytale," the Spike Jonze-directed film starring Kanye West, hit the Web today, it was the news equivalent of a Xanax. We have the 11-minute piece here, minus the first minute or so. Spoiler alert: it's effing weird.

Wes Craven To Direct “Scream 4″

Monday, October 19 by

 The Weinstein Company has rounded up all the major players for its upcoming Scream sequel. Writer Kevin Williamson, stars Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox-Arquette, David Arquette, and now according to Cinema Blend, director Wes Craven are all set to return to Scream 4.  Which I'm happy isn't titled Scre4m and isn't planned to be a gimmicky 3D movie. Though production isn't set to begin for another six months, so give them time. Give them time.

Disney Chief Bob Iger Lambastes Movie Piracy

Sunday, October 18 by

For a company with a treasure trove of box office booty thanks to movie pirates, Disney sure is taking a hard stance against the online Captain Jack Sparrows of the world. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Walt Disney Co. chief executive Bob Iger believes technology companies are coming out smelling like roses in the PR war… at the expense of Hollywood. The result? Policing illegal activity online will get even more difficult than it already is:

25 Awesome Drew Struzan Posters

Saturday, October 17 by

Drew Struzan is one of the most influential movie poster artists to ever adapt motion pictures into a one-sheet piece of paper and still manage to embody everything the flick is about. He's worked on posters for Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and Harry and the Hendersons, just to name a few. A complete list of his work can be seen on his gallery page, but we've chosen our 25 favorite here, most of which are without the movie's title. Can you name all the films?  

PHOTOBOMB FRIDAYS: Saving Private Ryan + Blackout Drunk

Friday, October 16 by

"The casualties of war were nothing compared to the casualties of the Dave Matthews Band's Normandy concert."These weekend links are FUBAR!!!Sex Excuse Bingo (HolyTaco)Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Forgets His Line On Jeopardy (TotalProSports)More Lovely Ladies Of Facebook (TheChive)Sense And Sensibility And Mexicans (FilmDrunk)The Amazing Juggling Karamazov Brothers (SuperTremendous)11 Reasons Why The Twilight Phenomenon Is Scary (Pajiba)Robert Pattinson Teaches How To Beat Up Dogs (CelebJihad)Every Kramer Entrance From Seinfeld Ever (Unreality) The Worse Video Game C*ckblockers (Asylum)Oklahoma Fan Lets Ass Crack Breath (BustedCoverage)4Chan Recruits Balloon Boy (RegretfulMorning)U.S. Military Developing Lightsabers (MadeMan)NASCAR Halloween Costume Photo Contest (AllLeftTurns)Drink British Asshole Headbutts Cute Girl (NothingToxic)Dinner Party Dirty Talk (Atom)

What’s On TV This Weekend: Friday, October 16th thru Sunday, October 18th

Friday, October 16 by

The imbroglio between Conan and the Mayor of Newark comes to a peaceful end tonight on The Tonight Show. Last thing we need is any more East Coast / West Coast violence. CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!

‘New York, I Love You’ Actress Maggie Q

Friday, October 16 by

Basically, Maggie Q is badass.  Not only was she a formidable foe for John McClane in Live Free or Die Hard, but never has a flak jacket looked so good on a female form.  She's the kind of woman who can make you putty in her hands with a single sultry glance, and then take your head clean off with a perfectly executed roundhouse kick.  It's a blend of constant arousal and fear that keeps a relationship fresh, and endless refills of your Xanax very necessary.        A word from Maggie: "Nigga please! I am not anorexic, I am petite because you can't get FAT from eating field mice and rice; hey that rhymes…"I have no idea what the above gibberish means but if came out of Maggie's mouth I'll take it as gospel.  I just hope she's moved beyond field mice as a source of sustenance.  'Cause doz field mice be naaaasty!Look at the antithesis of nasty after the jump!  

8 R-Rated Movies as Kids Books

Friday, October 16 by

Where the Wild Things Are opens this weekend, and a lot of early reviews are saying that the film is too mature for young audiences… that they've somehow made a children's story into an adult film, thereby alienating the intended audience.Of course, none of this would be a problem if we just exposed our children to R-Rated topics at an early age. We suggest Hollywood partner with children's book publishers to help introduce kids to R-Rated fare as early as the kids can read. Here's our list of required reading:     

Bill Murray Not Into “Ghostbusters 3″

Friday, October 16 by

 Bill Murray has once again made it clear that he's not interested in doing a third Ghostbusters film just yet. Is he the sequel's greatest adversary or greatest champion? On paper he may come off as grumpy and vile as a Digg commenter but he truly has the film's best interest at heart. "There's still no script," he tells Digital Spy. "It's just a bunch of talk. It's just a wish list for someone." And there certainly has been a bunch of talk lately. Talk from Harold Ramis, talk from Dan Akroyd, and talk from Ivan Reitman. All of whom, are chomping at the bit to get this picture made. "I'm not going to make one [movie] just to make another one. We made a second one, and it was okay, but it wasn't as good as the first one." In all fairness, Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties did far surpass its predecessor.

12 Worst Movie Bosses for National Boss Day

Thursday, October 15 by

This Friday is National Boss Day… like most of us, you haven't gotten the guy who approves your expense reports a gift yet. (Ahem. You can thank me by Digging this article.) Of course, chances are the big man or woman you work for every day is a puppy dog compared to the 12 Movie Bosses we've compiled for you, all of whom you can check out after the jump.If anything, the provided clips might make you grateful for the job you have.

And the Oscar for Worst Contextual Ad Fail goes to Pixar… for ‘Colorado Balloon Boy Still Missing’

Thursday, October 15 by

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