Who's up? Who's down?
So, you didn't make it to a movie theater to see any of this season's critically acclaimed, awards-grabbing films over the holidays?
When we called for a Best Picture nod for Pixar's masterpiece last summer, Wells laughed at us — but he's changed his mind!
The Weinstein Company has announced an August 21 release date for Quentin Tarantino's poorly spelled WWII actioner.
But he's not too busy to play an owl!
Plus: Andrew Lloyd Weber satisfies your mom's wildest desires, and 'The Terminator' gets the respect it's due.
Why the end of 'Benjamin Button' totally blew it.
We can only hope that it improves upon the 1971 cult fave 'Vampyros Lesbos.'
We're not really sure we're buying this one.
"He was filmed kissing her on the neck, prompting her to comment that he smelled of cigarettes."
According to one of his critics, he "crystallizes everything that's wrong with American pop culture."
Even weirder? 'The First Wives Club' trumps 'Sex and the City'!
Chip Saltsman apparently hasn't heard that minorities already distrust Republicans for some reason.
Also, Tom Ford plans to open a Rodeo Drive store, and 'America's Next Top Model' films twelfth-season finale in Brazil.
Smith is among the growing number of film-industry rainmakers using an argument from Malcolm Gladwell's new best seller 'Outliers' to explain their massive success
Plus: Elizabeth Ashley joins 'August: Osage County.'
Since they're already heavily invested in it, Lionsgate hopes so!
'We couldn't come up with something where it felt like it was relevant and we could add something to it other than what it was.'