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Ten Actors Who Followed in Their Famous Parents’ Footsteps: The Good, The Bad & The Wackness
Monday, September 8 by

Nepotism has lead to Hollywood careers for many children of acting royalty. But how do they stack up?

Alan Smithee, 4 Directors Who Took The Alias
Wednesday, November 23 by Winston Carter

Alan Smithee has been credited as director of more than 70 short and feature films and he has directed none of them. The popular alias has been used by some…

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No ’24′ Movie for You
Saturday, January 1 by

Jack Bauer is gonna be pissed. Fox has officially passed on the script for the “24″ movie that Billy Ray (Shattered Glass, Flight Plan) wrote for them.

The ‘Thing’ Is: Bruce Willis or Kiefer Sutherland?
Monday, August 30 by

Twentieth Century Fox is putting together a cast for their latest version of the Fantastic Four, and Bruce Willis is reportedly at the top of their list to play the Thing. But Screen Rant is reporting that Kiefer Sutherland is also in contention for the role.

Since the character will be completely CGI, whoever is cast will be utilized primarily for voice over work. However, the actor will also make an appearance early on in the film as Ben Grimm, the Thing's identity before he was transformed into a rock monster.

Personally, I'm torn between the two actors. Both are more than qualified to play a pile of rocks. However, I give the slight edge to Kiefer since he's spent a good portion of his life "stoned."

Sorry. It's been a rough weekend.

Time Runs Out for ’24′
Saturday, March 27 by

Jack didn't take it very well.FOX has decided to pull the plug on 24 after eight seasons. Climbing budgets, declining ratings, and writers being unable to figure out what the hell is left for Jack Bauer to save are the main reasons the show will air its final episode in May. NBC flirted with the idea of picking up 24 next season but after their accountants crunched the numbers they realized the content wasn't worth the cheddar.There's still the possibility of a 24 feature film that would take Jack Bauer to Europe, but there's also the possibility of an Arrested Development movie, and we all know how sluggishly that's been making its adaptation. I enjoyed 24 a great deal in its earlier years, but quickly got tired of the same "Tell me where the bomb is!" storyline week after week after week after week. It had a good run. I'm glad they're ending it before it jumps a terrorist shark strapped to the gills with C4. (THR) 

‘Marmaduke’ Trailer Features a Straight-Nosed Owen Wilson
Friday, March 26 by

They're dogs…and they're dancing! If you like talking dogs and the above picture doesn't terrify you then the new trailer for Marmaduke might just be your cup of tea. The film features a ton of talent including Owen Wilson as Marmaduke, Lee Pace, Judy Greer, William H. Macy, Fergie, George Lopez, and Kiefer Sutherland. How is this the first time that Keifer Sutherland has played a Rottweiler? The man was practically born to voice that creature. …And drink. …And fight. He was born to voice a dog, drink, and fight. **cue Donald Sutherland facepalm** Hey kids, check out the Marmaduke trailer after the jump!