Feldman keeps checking his phone to make sure it’s getting service.
He’s got the jaw for it.
This film reminds me of ‘The Iron Giant’. But with pie sex.
He doesn’t want to be fed. He wants to hunt.
‘Batman vs Superman’ is trying to cast the Caped Crusader.
Ryan Gosling cracking wise and heads.
Here come the Men in Black. Again.
Whoa. Whoa. You went too Will Smith, Will Smith.
He did ask nicely.
But is he deft with a hammer?
Bearing in mind that jiggyness and the city of Miami have already been covered.
If you were a teenager in the 1980's and watched the “Goonies” over and over again like most, you may be wondering what happened to the “Goonies” cast. “Goonies” showcased…
They’re hoping to recapture some of that ‘Jonah Hex’ magic.
Try the milkshake.
Relive the movie and check out the best of the "No Country for Old Men" cast. "No Country for Old Men" is a movie based on the novel of the…
Just imagine them in fedoras.
Sony Pictures has decided to keep David Koepp after MiB III class.
Tim Burton’s ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’? I can picture the Hot Topic merchandise already.
Alice Eve has been brought in to portray a young Emma Thompson in the time travel storyline of Men In Black 3. Thompson’s self-confidence must be through the roof right now.
Here they come, the Men In Black… galaxy delayers…
It’s a good thing True Grit is a good movie, otherwise the critics would have had a field day rhyming with Grit.
Releasing one bad-ass poster for True Grit just isn’t enough to appease those Coen Brothers. As the film’s December release draws near, the marketing team is beginning their full press.
What is this? ‘The Wicker Man‘? Hot on the heels of last week’s True Grit teaser comes the full length jump off. This time around we see a lot more…
True Grit isn't messing around with its new poster. The tag "Punishment Comes One Way or Another" lets you know that sh*t is gonna get real, and real fast. The broadsheet style seems appropriate for the film, and Josh Brolin's name bleeding out is the perfect Coen Bros. touch. Sure, I'll go ahead and check this one out come Christmas. It might be nothing short of awesome.
Emma Thompson has signed on to head up the Men in Black. The British actress who last played ugly, but I'm sure charming in her own right, Nanny McPhee will play Oh in Men in Black 3. Thompson will be the new boss in charge, as Rip Torn can no longer be trusted to keep a super secret government agency on the rails **mimes taking swig of whisky**. Good luck getting Tommy Lee Jones to take orders from a woman. He's going to scowl a whole lot more than usual. (Deadline)
The teaser for Joel and Ethan Coen's True Grit just rode into town, and it looks like a good one. The action follows Hailee Steinfeld's Mattie Ross as she teams with Jeff Bridges to hunt down the coward that killed her pappy. You might be quick to say that the Coens are trying to recapture the magic of No Country For Old Men, but that I really don't see the similarities. For instance, this teaser keeps it fresh with sun-bleached Western scenery, gunfights, Josh Brolin, and dorky haircuts. Oh.
Check out the teaser after the jump…
Patton Oswalt has signed on to play Charlize Theron's chubby best friend in Young Adult. Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody, who last worked together on Juno, are teaming up again for the film about a woman who returns to her high school town to basically stalk her old boyfriend like she's Marky Mark. The guy's got a wife and kid now though, so he's not interested in Charlize. Not interested? His Mrs. must do crazy sh*t in the sack.
Josh Brolin decided he couldn't pretend Charlize isn't worth leaving his wife for and now Patrick Wilson is in talks for the role. Seems like a missed opportunity to put Wilson in a fat suit and cast him as the best friend and Oswalt as the ex-boyfriend. I'd love to watch Charlize beg Oswalt to have sex with her and he looks up at her with stern eyes and proclaims, "No, Ugly!" (/Film)
In this new clip from Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Gordon Gecko (Michael Douglas) and Bretton Woods (Josh Brolin) get all up in each others' business practices. When Gecko takes Bretton to task for his sub-primes, you know it's on like 4:59PM on the floor of the Stock Exchange. My brow gets sweaty just thinking of these two ruthless businessmen discussing market liquidity. You have to build up to that kind of conflict, though.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps crashes into theaters September 24th.
Check out the financial disses after the jump…