"I have never had any trouble with a studio, with a network, with a producer, with a director, with a star; I have only ever had trouble with the Writers Guild."
Introducing your new favorite dance craze: the Swingline Shuffle.
The movie pokes fun at shallow, self-satisfied TV morning shows that are no less artificial than this chick flick.
But director Todd Phillips said Gibson was totally bummed out.
Yesterday's Rachel McAdams love fest got us thinking ...
McLovin's 'Role Models' plot + 'Juno' = 'Unicorn City.'
Gwyneth performs "Country Strong" at the Country Music Awards. Nicole Kidman approves.
Hilary Swank wanted it and Amy Adams regretfully turned it down.
It's like 'Night at the Museum,' but at Disneyland.
Also doubles as a "Guess the Sci-Fi Reference" game.
This isn't awkward at all.
The studio pulled the plug on 'Dark Moon,' but now must release it anyway.
Stop-motion is French, of course.
Also Tilda Swinton, Ed Norton, and Frances McDormand.
Unfortunately, still contained within is the scene where Ben Stiller gives Robert De Niro's boner an injection.
Wherein Aron Ralston (James Franco) acknowledges some poor logistical choices.
'The Notebook' star is getting glowing reviews. The movie, not so much.