Pictured: Jeremiah Potatohead, heir apparent to the Hasbro fortune.
Dreamworks Animation Looking To Merge With Hasbro To Give Us The Toy Films We Deserve
Thursday, November 13 by

How did you get to be like that, Mr. Potato Head?

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Teenagers Accidentally Summon Some A-Hole Ghost In ‘Ouija’ Trailer
Wednesday, September 24 by

If only these teenagers had a healthier way to spend their time.

Insatiable ball-guzzlers.
‘Hungry Hungry Hippos’ Movie Moves Forward. Somewhere, An Angel Dies.
Thursday, October 4 by

The balls will be played by Andy Serkis.

This article refers to the toy, not the Asian kid. But how awesome would it be if HE was a Transformer? TOTALLY awesome.
‘Transformers 4′ Sets The Bar Really High By Promising New Robots
Thursday, September 13 by

Remember Bumblebee? Well this is Caterpillar. He’s mischievous and fun. Buy his toy.

I wouldn't put this guy in charge of watering my plants for the weekend.
Adam Sandler To Star In And Write ‘Candy Land’ Movie, Because F*ck You, That’s Why
Tuesday, January 31 by

Adam Sandler sucks. That’s it. That’s my excerpt.

Wanna Play Doctor?
7 Hasbro Properties Reimagined As Horror Films
Friday, October 21 by

It’s only a matter of time…

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‘Ouija’ Scares A Writer Into Penning A McG Movie
Tuesday, April 19 by

Spooked by the prospect of being best known for writing ‘Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie’, Evan Spilotopoulos has taken a gig scripting the McG/Michael Bay Ouiji board movie.

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Ridley Scott’s ‘Monopoly’ Is Still A Thing
Monday, March 7 by

Everyone’s excited about Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’, which is why Hasbro wants to spoil the fun and remind you that Scott is still attached to the Monopoly movie.

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‘GI Joe 2′, A Movie About Toys, Will Make Sense Even If You Haven’t Seen The First One
Tuesday, February 22 by

If you didn’t see ‘GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra’, not to worry – Hasbro still wants your money.

Taylor Lautner Gives ‘Max Steel’ The Hand
Saturday, February 27 by

Taylor Lautner has too many toys in his sandbox. After yanking both Mattel's Max Steel and Hasbro's Stretch Armstrong away from his peers while screaming, "Mine!", his Hollywood parents told him to make a decision. Lautner decided on Stretch, throwing Max back to the less fortunate, uglier, smellier kids to fight over.   An insider who carries Lautner's bag of wet wipes and binkies told Vulture, "When you sign on to make a movie with Hasbro, you know it will be in theaters a year later." Well said, overbearing Hollywood stagemother. I would assume Lautner would want to play a sweet futuristic character like Max Steel over a man with skin issues, but maybe he has opposing thoughts about what is cool. Or daddy demanded he abide by his decision or get the belt again.