Fox found the money.
Now my spec script about clay will never get off the ground!
There goes the planet.
Neill Blomkamp does not.
It’s sombering time.
Though sadly not the 1990’s cartoon version that we all want to watch so bad right now.
What better way to spend Valentine’s Day than by watching Van Wilder shoot people in the face?
He has enough colored birds on his resume.
It’s true that all humans look alike to apes: But did you know that humans often report an inverted similar phenomenon? Nevertheless, the ape characters of “Planet of the Apes”…
He’s been pigeon-holed.
All that’s left to do is hire stunt doubles.
Perhaps he can now afford shoes.
I like the part where he shoots the gun.
If these blurry pics don’t get you excited for 20th Century Fox’s upcoming slate, nothing will. Except the trailers. And official images.
The pair, along with Australian comic Shane Jacobson, would play Larry, Curly and Moe, characters that were previously tied to Benicio del Toro, Sean Penn and Jim Carrey.
I’ve got good news for anyone who was left cold by X-Men 3 or Wolverine. Producers have decided to give X-Men: First Class a plot. Now that’s a step in the right direction!
20th Century Fox has decided to lawyer up against a webmaster who posted the leaked Deadpool script on her online screenplay database. The studio has filed a $15 million suit against Patricia McIlvane on the grounds of copyright infringement. Isn’t reading Deadpool punishment enough?