This is how Hollywood thinks money gets made.
Well, it's actually Zhangjiajie, China. But it's as close as you're getting.
"[Zoe Saldana] did many things for this role that are the kinds of things that earn people Oscars."
And Extraordinary Measures flops.
And Jennifer Lopez's makeup artist is cashing in on her bronze glow with a new book.
"In the future life should be fairly well-inured from death, as we discover the human body is just a series of tubes."
So why not vote for 'Drag Me To Hell'?
Even hideous NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker looks okay when you put his face on Neytiri's head.
China is pulling the movie from 1,600 3-D screens. Also, says a doctor, it killed a guy.
But can anything save us from more James Cameron acceptance speeches?
Who's up? Who's down?
The Book of Eli does decent numbers, but nothing beats Avatar.
Behold, the glory of 'Avatar' in two, standard-def dimensions!
James Cameron's boundary-pushing CGI convinced Sam Raimi he couldn't do his sequel right in time.
Plus: Sorry, young ladies — Alec Baldwin's not interested.
Like the geeks in the PGA and WGA before them, the American Cinema Editors are saluting sci-fi this year.