I can’t wait to see how she beat the crap out of people as a young girl.
I think they might be right about this one…
It’s been 15 years, but it’s a good enough premise that we won’t make a big deal of that.
It’s a story about empowerment.
The auteur flexes his nuts at the studio.
Yeah, yeah, “the end of an era,” etc…
Enricco Palazzo is spinning in his grave.
It’s Jason’s bar mitzvah.
God bless lawyers!
And we thought Ron Burgundy was a man of the people.
Hollywood has hundreds and thousands of actresses, some known by the whole world, while others only have small roles in independent films that almost no one has seen. Who really…
Go Joe! Again!!
They’re breaking a major rule of engagement.
Radical departure from the groundwork set by ‘Evan Almighty’.
The story came about after a Paramount PR rep, wanted you to ask him, just this once, about his affairs.
Just when he thought he was out, they’ve dragged him back in.
The Zombie Ultimatum?
As if there was ever any doubt.
Now you can live Oprah’s nightmare with Tom Cruise all up in your face.
The director is in talks to creep out an entirely new generation.
The writers behind ‘MI:4′, Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec, have been asked to repair the Turtle Blimp.
This kid is alienated by aliens. Irony alert!
A superhero movie? It’ll never work.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton are like the Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt of the 60s and 70s, only with eighty less adopted children.
Paramount gave the interwebs a ton of new pictures showing the film’s many, many humans.
In case Schwarzenegger’s secret kid is pushing the ‘Super 8′ kids temporarily out of your head, here’s some more preview stuff.
There’s a part in the latest ‘American Pie’ movie for an 18-20 year old hottie. There’s also a part in my movie for one of those too… uh, yeah…
Paramount purchased the Scott Rosenberg (‘Con Air’) spec script ‘The Hauntrepreneur’, about a strange man who builds haunted houses. Sounds spooktacular.