I bet they go all the way to the floor.
Hugh Jackman has the enviable skill of being able to cross over between the ‘Wolverine’ and Broadway crowds.
Poor people were so god damn miserable in early nineteenth century France, they just had to sing about it.
If you only liked this year’s best picture winner for the F-bombs, we’ve got some bad news for you.
‘The King’s Speech’ director has his pick of Oscar bait projects after bringing the little guy home on Sunday night.
‘The King’s Speech’ is expected to clean up this Sunday at the Oscars and in turn, Harvey Weinstein would like the film to clean up at the box office. Hence, a PG-13 version is indeed on the way.
Tom Hooper said that he was offered the job of directing drunken Tony Stark & pals, but turned Marvel down. He may direct a film version of the hit Broadway musical ‘Les Miserables’ instead.
Not really, but the first part is 100% true!
The bros who put ‘The King’s Speech’ together might be working on another joint.
This week we shackle our Best Director contenders together by the ankles, slather them in honey, toss them in the bear cage with an 800 pound grizzly and a pair of bolt cutters to see who among them has the will to survive.
Royal movie critic Queen Elizabeth II saw Academy Award nominated movie The King’s Speech and gave it four and a half corgis. That’s right, she sacrifices dogs whenever she sees a movie.
It’s easy to see why people (specifically, Tom Hooper, the film’s director) are worried dubbing The King’s Speech. Anyone who’s ever seen a film dubbed for television knows what this type of editing can do, and it’s not pretty. Case in point, the following nine examples!
“The King’s Speech” is probably going to be re-released with the Q*bert treatment.