Baz trademarks Australia, the press speculates on Cleopatra casting, and we give you the inside smurf on a mystery cartoon remake.
What’s been happening in the world of film this past week? We’re not sure. We were too busy making easy Mel Gibson jokes.
Guillermo Del Toro gets a job. Ed Harris gets a job. Zombies… lose a job?
Just because it’s the Christmas/New Year period, doesn’t mean we couldn’t shore up some interesting news for you… or does it?
How Kevin Smith makes our dreams come true, the small-time kid filmmaker just given $200 million, and why a film managed to gross $30 during its entire theatrical run.
This week’s movie news: Charlie Kaufman’s directorial debut, an Oscar controversy, and Halle Berry needs work. All this, plus much, much less.
We tell you about a possible sequel to The Departed, let slip some info about a bunch of straight-to-bargain bin sequels, and tells you about this year’s Oscar nominations in a segment recorded about five hours before they were announced.
What’s the latest twist in M Night Shyamalan’s career? Who’s up for a Golden Razzie? Is there a sequel to Good Morning Vietnam? Who the %&$# censors in-flight movies? Only those who click the magic triangle will find out.
Competing Salvador Dali projects, a new Ghostbusters film, Robin Hood turns evil, and the Ocean’s 11 boys get some A-list competition.
What was the most important celebrity death of the past week? Which actor is going to be turning into a werewolf? Will Shannon break a confidentiality agreement he didn’t even sign?
Unnecessary sequels, online Batman villains, crappy directors and the greatest movie team-up since the last two.
Michael Moore creates more controversy, Greg Kinnear invents the windscreen wiper, an Australian film with a lot of promise gets a brilliant mentor, Rachel Weisz finally escapes the Mummy, and an obituary for a great interviewer.
Sicko is released on the net, James Bond gets a director, aliens invade the wild west, and Nick Fury meets Iron Man.
Jim Carrey becomes a sober buddy, Ridley and Russell reteam yet again, Bryan Singer rides the Valkyrie, and Hugh Hefner becomes a movie.