Who's up? Who's down?
Bosses say, "Look, we were cool once, kids."
If you can't withstand the credits sequence of Gaspar Noé's trippy movie at its original, seizure-inducing speed, maybe this is a better option.
Could the most troubled production in Hollywood actually get the go-ahead to shoot?
He fondly shares the tale of making a 9-year-old pee himself with fear.
The director wants Foster to play Jill Bolte Taylor, the brain scientist who experienced a stroke at age 37.
They'd join Amanda Seyfried as Daisy Buchanan.
As a four-part motion picture, it feels like piffle, even when its conclusions are momentous.
What kind of trickery can we expect this awards season? We humbly offer our suggestions.
"Did you think you were going to get caught?"
What was the scariest part of this? Oh, the entire thing, start to finish?
Said one publicist: "I feel like he should be a little bigger than he is — and I don't mean that as a knock."
The star of 'Malcolm in the Middle' is still LaBeouf's favorite loser.
A Norwegian horror mockumentary about trolls. Perfect.
It is the story of how Mark Zuckerberg made a website and then fell in love with Justin Timberlake.