It’s quite slimming.
It was actually his idea.
Shame, shame, shame.
When looking at the "John Adams" HBO cast one thing is entirely clear in that HBO was able to put together a group of people that certainly did the miniseries…
Politics aren’t all just fun and games and intern sex.
Would you look at him?
It’s hard to rhyme ‘Boneta’.
Bryan Cranston is blowing up faster and hotter than a meth lab explosion.
Woody Allen, Tyler Perry and David Cronenberg will direct them. In different projects, though I’d be curious to know what the six of them would accomplish together.
Does this put us one step closer to ‘American Splendor: The Musical’?
David Cronenberg is going to jam another person into that limo.
Now that winning means something entirely different these days, I hope a movie like Win Win can remind people what victory truly is.
Oh, and they’re both Sony films. But that’s it, everybody.
Director: Thomas McCarthy Cast:
Clooney co-wrote, directs and stars in – get ready to use your “shocked” face for a moment – a new politically themed movie. Here’s a look at the set.
Reps for Harvey Keitel, Danny Huston, and Paul Giamatti have confirmed that the actors will appear as delicately drawn characters in Ari Folman’s follow up to Waltz With Bashir.
Paul Giamatti stars as a schlub again, but this time wrestling is involved.
This was the second attempt at a trailer for Ironclad, the first since Paul Giamatti joined the cast, and it still doesn’t look all that sharp.
It was hard to hear over the screams of the pitchfork-toting villagers when Mel Gibson being cast in The Hangover 2. The following storm of updates jumbled truth and rumor against one another create a half-truth stew. Now we have a few small bits of confirmation.
The movie of the weekend (at least as far as box office was concerned) was Michel Gondry’s (or was it actually Seth Rogen’s?) The Green Hornet.
Director: Jonathan English Cast: James Purefoy Paul Giamatti, Kate Mara, Brian Cox, Derek Jacobi Synopsis: In 13th century a determined group of Knights Templar defends Rochester Castle against the tyrannical…
The 42 President will reportedly play himself, which means there’s a good chance we will see his penis.
Paul Giamatti has landed a role in The Hangover Part II, Deadline is reporting. The Oscar-nominated actor is set to join the cast of the Todd Phillips’ comedy sometime in the next few weeks. Although nothing has been confirmed, many are speculating that Giamatti will take on the tattoo-artist role originally offered to Mel Gibson.
I smell a rat…a big commie rat.
Actor Paul Giamatti has joined the cast of HBO's upcoming project, K Blows Top, and will portray Soviet Leader Nikita Khrushchev during his 13-day visit to the U.S in 1959. The title of the film, which is based on a book by the same name, comes from a New York Daily News’ headline describing a tantrum thrown by Khrushchev upon learning his scheduled trip to Disneyland had been postponed.
Tom Hanks’ Playtone will produce the project, along with HBO, and marks the second collaboration between Hanks and Giamatti on a historical film for the network. Hanks also produced John Adams, an HBO miniseries in which Giamatti played the lessor known brother of brewer and patriot, Samuel Adams. (Collider)
Do you like mobsters? Do you like zombies? Do you like computer animation? If so, you'll probably love The Goon, a new animated film based on the Dark Horse comic. The film follows the exploits of a mob enforcer and his sidekick as they navigate through a world filled with the supernatural.Clancy Brown voices The Goon, and Paul Giamatti takes on the roll of his sidekick Franky in this David Fincher produced film. At this point, the director still remains a mystery. Perhaps I'll ask Giamatti and Fincher about it personally at their upcoming Comic-Con panel. Oh wait, I'm not going because no one thought to invite the overnight guy. (Empire)Watch the teaser trailer for The Goon after the jump.