Good news for young Woody Harrelson lookalikes.
The wait is over.
The young ladies love some Leatherface.
Let the 2012 Comic-Con….BEGIN!
All those quotes mean I don’t take this thing very seriously.
I wish I was alive to audit a college course on Black cinema when they reach “The Tyler Perry era,” and the professor just sighs.
Rest and relaxation my foot.
That was fast.
Lots and lots of undead gore.
You can nail down plans for Thanksgiving 2013.
‘The Hunger Games’ are going into extra innings.
Who will play such oddly named roles as Venia, Flavius and the tongue-less Avox girl?
Megan Ellison won the war!
I’m not sure I’d want anything bursting out of my skull, but seeing a chrome-plated “2” bursting out of a metal skull is pretty awesome.
Harrelson will play Haymitch (“Hey, Mitch…’sup?”) for Lionsgate’s adaptation Susanne Collins dystopian tween-o-thon.
How would he not have more cuts and bruises?
Jacqueline Emerson, best “known” as voice on the animated cat-tastrophe “Father of the Pride” (see what I did back there?), will play Foxface in Lionsgate’s upcoming adaptation.
Is this the real trailer for Dominic Cooper’s ‘The Devil’s Double’, or was this trailer hired by a twin trailer to pose as it in public?
Sound the ‘Hunger Games’ alarm. There’s more ‘Hunger Games’ news.
Just when you thought it was safe to be seduced by a ridiculously hot nurse.
Just when you felt it was safe to go back in the water…it STILL wasn’t safe to go back in the water!
Gillespie seems to have eaten his way back to the front of the horde to direct Jane Austin, but with zombies.
Perry will write, produce direct, do makeup for and star in ‘Good Deeds’. The title is a pun – see if you can figure it out by reading the plot description.
Tyler Perry’s t-shirts are as witty and fun as his films.
With an address like ‘6 Miranda Drive’, you’re just begging to be haunted.
And there shall be bees of great length, and blood shall drip all over everything.
The Queen of the Malfunctioning Wardrobe scored a 1-picture deal with Lionsgate. I want to know how nasty it will be.
The Kraken was nothing compared to tween girls desperately in need of a new ‘Twilight’. Even so, Warner Bros is acting bravely, pitting their ‘Titans’ against ‘Hunger Games’.
Every young actress in Hollywood is after the lead in ‘Hunger Games’, based on the first in a series of dystopian novels by Suzanne Collins, that are apparently similar to – what else? – ‘Twilight’.
Matthew Weiner hasn’t begun work on the fifth season of “Mad Men.”