About a quarter of the way through Where the Wild Things are, Max, the kid who’s just bitten his mother, is convincing the wild things not to eat him by…
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We will miss one of the most important men in TV history.
HBO is ready to take him out of their freezer.
The film has the unfortunate name of ‘Nicky Deuce’.
He’s got a gun!
Ray Liotta is doing his Ray Liotta thing in ‘Cogan’s Trade’.
It will serve as a reunion for two “Soprano’s” rivals. Vincent Curatola will be joining James Gandolfini to reminisce about the old neighborhood.
With the addition of Brad Garrett, David Chase has fulfilled his need to cast a really tall guy in his film debut, Twylight Zones.
She’ll play a mother opposite James Gandolfini. It’s a match made in Heaven, and by “Heaven,” I mean the Tri-State area.
Chase has hired Gandolfini to star in Twylight Zones, a film that will test the actor’s range by forcing him to play an Italian-American father in New Jersey
James want. The trailer for Welcome to the Rileys, starring James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, and Kristen Stewart, has been released. The film is directed by Jake Scott, son of well-known indie director Ridley Scott. It's about a couple driven apart by the death of their daughter who are brought back together when they meet a troubled young woman. Why is she troubled? She's an underage stripper. Schwing! But seriously, you guys, this is serious material. The film premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival to so-so reviews, which doesn't psych me up to see it. If those art house cinefiles waiting outside in below freezing temperatures didn't fan their wool beanies with glee as the credits rolled, I probably won't enjoy it. Also, the thought of Kristen Stewart frowning in another movie makes my cerebellum ache. Also, I'm jealous I didn't get to go to Sundance. Welcome to the Rileys hits theaters November 5, 2010. Check out the trailer after the jump.