Monday, April 6 by

Today, the L.A. Times' Big Picture posted an article about the MPAA's fear of sex in movies, and their slapping of the relatively tame trailer for the R-Rated documentary Naked Ambition with a "Red-Band" honorific.  The article makes a great point about the MPAA's skewed view of objectionable content in films.  And you can read that article at The Big Picture.  If you came to see a trailer for a documentary about porn, then look no further than the jump.  You'll also find some bonus stills!


Monday, April 6 by

The Hollywood Reporter announced today that an unfinished cut of When we Were Beautiful, the new Phil Griffin documentary about Bon Jovi, will screen at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 29th (and a couple more times during the fest).  Read more about the film after the jump.


Monday, April 6 by

Warner brothers has started to air three new spots for Terminator Salvation.  Check out the first below, and then the other two after the jump.  I haven't seen any red flags yet.  Could this be McG's finest hour?  Actually I think it already is based on the accumulated four minutes of trailer and promo footage that's out there. 

FNL Recap: Underdogs

Monday, April 6 by

Welcome back from reality ladies and gentlemen, the Dillon Panthers and Friday Night Lights went back to basics this week, and reclaimed their crown for the best television series on the air right now. This last episode was a return to greatness for our beloved Panthers. Our return to the State finals tied everything together; it was Matt, Landry, and Riggins’ last game and everybody left it all on the field. Tyra, after many rewrites, finished her application essay for college, and her recent beau Landry finally played meaningful football, in the finals at that, albeit on special teams. Even though Lyla reconnected with Buddy, all was not well in the realm of family matters. The McCoys and the Taylors were at odds, because the Taylors were obligated to report them to Child Protective Services on account of their fight after the semifinal game. On top of this conflict, the Saracens were divided over Matt’s future as well; his grandmother was preventing him from going to Chicago for school, while his mother, Tami and Julie were encouraging him to pursue it further.

Breaking Bad Recap: Breakage

Sunday, April 5 by

And…we’re back. Walt sits dreamily in a cancer clinic, life moves around him. His doctor says, ‘cautious optimism’. His doctor though wonders about Walt and Skyler’s relationship. Looks like we’re in line for some more husband and wife drama.   Meanwhile business at the police office is slow for Hank. Apparently Hank suspects that Heisenberg, a.k.a. Walt is the next up and comer in the business. But Hank laments, that perhaps he’s is only an urban legend. There’s good news and bad news for Hank coming next. First he gets a sweet promotion  to a position in El Paso, TX. But as he rides the elevator, he gets what appears to be a heart attack. But by the time he makes it to the bottom, he has recovered. For the first time, we a see a weakness in Hank who apparently is affected by anxiety attacks.   Finally Jesse makes his grand entrance into the episode. He pulls the Methmobile into Clovis’ scrap yard and pays the big dumb animal for the towing, storage and the broken porta-potty.

Terminator: TSCC Recap: Adam Raised a Cain

Sunday, April 5 by

Sarah and her gang rescue Savannah from certain doom, but her salvation comes at a high price.  John Henry tries to learn more about his brother, and Sarah makes negotiations with Ellison to meet with Weaver. Everybody Dies For MeSarah stands above a series of headstones dated 1984 with tears in her eyes.  Derek approaches.“I don’t know which one is his,” she says over her shoulder.“It doesn’t matter.  Grass, trees… could be worse,” he offers.  They’re talking about Kyle.  Derek confronts Sarah about not showing up to meet in the desert.  John had called to tell Derek and Cameron that they were actually staying at Charlie’s place.  Derek wants to know why Sarah lied about meeting up with them.  Sarah responds by twisting the thorn in Derek’s side and explaining that he keeps too many secrets for her taste.  She’s obviously referring to Jessie, and how by keeping her a secret, Derek endangered them all.John walks up and Derek says “I’m sorry about Charlie.”


Sunday, April 5 by

Variety reports that a Fox News blogger has been fired due to his review of a pirated copy of XMen Origins: Wolverine. 20th Century Fox, the film's studio, called for the dismissal because viewing pirated material is a violation of copyrights. Since Fox News and the studio are essentially the same company, the blogger broke one of life's cardinal rules: Never bite the hand that feeds you.Another one of life's rules: No matter how friendly the man in the clownsuit seems, do not get into his van.Here is some more morning news and announcements.Rick Moranis ain't 'fraid of no ghosts! (EW) From pie f***er to Fockers (Empire)Iron Man 2 is going to be nuts; Scarlett Johansson is going to look hot (Latino Review)


Sunday, April 5 by

  WHERE HAVE I BEEN? By Gene Hackman This morning I was sorting through some mail that had piled up and I came across a letter from a fan. In the letter, she asked a question that I’ve been getting a lot from various people. "Where have you been, Gene Hackman?" By now you’ve probably noticed my recent absence from movies and I guess that I owe you all an explanation. I wish that I could say that I’ve decided to spend my time painting or writing historical fiction. Or I wish that I could tell you that I’ve had it with the politics of Hollywood and have decided to return to my theater roots. But none of that is true. Fact of the matter is I’ve just been playing a lot of Xbox 360.


Sunday, April 5 by

We decided not to report on the leaked Wolverine workprint because, well, any coverage would perpetuate thievery.  But we couldn't resist posting this in the end.  Enjoy.  I'm really impressed with the makeup in this one.  Definitely trumps X3. 


Saturday, April 4 by

Courtesy of Latino Review, we have a new image from McG's Terminator: Salvation.  It's of Helena Bonham Carter's character named "Serena" (possibly a nod to the last Terminator flick). If you don't want to know what's behind the black bars, don't click the above image.  But if you're into the Terminator mythology, you're probably going to think it's cool. If you're just a pervy voyeur, you're probably going to be disappointed… unless… Wait!  Must refrain from joke about sex with robots… gah!  I think I just gave it away.  Well, you just… 


Friday, April 3 by

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Friday, April 3 by

This afternoon, BloodyDisgusting broke the news that actor Jackie Earle Haley is in final talks to play Freddy Krueger in Sam Bayer's update of A Nightmare on Elm Street, and that we can expect an official announcement as early as next week.  (Shooting begins at the end of this month in Chicago.) This is some inspired casting.  Haley has proven himself time and again in the twisted character roles.  No matter what camp you fall into with Watchmen, you can't deny Haley as Rorschach was the best part about the film.  And his turn as Ronnie the pedophile in Little Children is nothing short of brilliant.  Every time I do my impression of Ronnie masturbating in the car, my girlfriend cries.  So that should count for something.  Watch that clip after the jump!  Fast forward to 4:58 if you can't wait until the masturbating part.  (How often has that sentence been bandied about on the 'nets?


Friday, April 3 by

You came.  You saw.  You read the rules this time.  The winner of our Alien Trespass Giveaway's GRAND PRIZE – the signed set of Alien Trespass lobby cards – is the reader known as "CCAP."  Your alternate tagline for AT read:"She was a beautiful woman with a past. He was a giant red cyclops from Galaxy Abell 1835 IR1916. She thought her heart was closed for business . . ."Your entry was eloquent, intriguing, and concise.  Never underestimate concise-iness.  And it seemed like you tried. And then there's the second prize, which goes to "Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr," who just plain made us laugh (cruel as those laughs may have been):"This summer, get ready to watch Robert Patrick in…..a movie."We'll be contacting you both via email to arrange your pirze shipment!  Be sure to see Alien Trespass, which opens this weekend.  As Dr. H said, it's got Robert Patrick in it.

A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)

Friday, April 3 by

Director: Samuel BayerCast: Jackie Earle Haley (rumored)Production Company: New LineDistributor: Warner Bros. Synopsis: A re-imagining of the horror icon Freddy Krueger, a serial-killer who wields a glove with four blades embedded in the fingers and kills people in their dreams, resulting in their real death in reality.

Weekend TV Preview

Friday, April 3 by

  Good news for you Dillon loving, TV tackling FNL fanatics–NBC has renewed the show for another 26 episodes! Now more than ever, you need to catch up with the show that has it all; babes, football, more babes, believable drama, and straight up no-nonsense rural Texas. Round the rest of your weekend out with Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (which is on it's 2nd to last episode), some more sporting action with the Final Four on Saturday, and another episode of the constantly percolating Breaking Bad  on Sunday. Your weekend TV preview after the break.