According to Patton Oswalt.
Which is probably not a cover title for Star Wars: Episode VII. Sorry.
Do you agree?
It has ties to Close Encounters and a mysterious box found in Walt Disney's archives.
Fanboys, commence your interest.
Here There Be Monsters sounds kinda like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but with chum.
It’s surprising, even moving, how often Cruise throws the ball to Renner.
Five days in advance.
Simon Pegg gets in on the action, too.
The Pixar director will take his first stab at live action.
Plus: Bomer and Graynor join 'Number.'
With Ratatouille hitting No. 1 on the box-office charts this past weekend — though its $47 million take notably fell short of the openings of past Pixar hits Cars and Monsters, Inc. — animator and comics artist Michael Gagné sheds light on one tiny but delightful aspect of the film.
Pixar's latest animated extravaganza, Ratatouille, is garnering near-unanimous praise from all quarters, currently sporting an astonishing Metacritic score of 95, which places it at No. 5 on the site's all-time list, between Dr. Strangelove and The Manchurian Candidate.