Plus: Martin Lawrence is taking over your television.
If only the marketing people at Fox would've had this idea to promote 'Wolverine.'
Plus: Car wrecks, Somalian pirates, and Dan Cortese.
They're starring as macho cops, naturally, in a new play this fall.
Plus: Hilary Duff in, uh, a new 'Bonnie and Clyde.'
Plus: Scarlett Johansson is nobody's Juno.
Plus: No matter who's elected president tomorrow, Sammy Hagar still wins.
According to 'Quantum of Solace' director Marc Forster, Paul Haggis wanted to give 007 a baby.
'Quantum of Solace' director: 'I was like, 'Quantum of Solace,' what's that about?'
Plus: Why making a Mötley Crüe movie is a serious moral issue.
Plus: James Bond not interested in spying for the other team.
Is this the first Bond movie with an actual plot?
Wait, we're actually supposed to remember stuff from other Bond movies?
Plus: Finally, someone understands what "quantum of solace" means!
This could be the My Dinner With Andre of Bond films!
Plus industry news on Bond's new villain, Viggo Mortensen, and k.d. lang!
Think of Kenneth Knowlton and LD Harmon’s Studies in Perception (an Olympia-esque nude pictured via computer-generated symbols as determined by halftone densities) as an early take on those labor-intensive typographic pictures shared circa 1998 in creepy AOL chat rooms.
James Bond Signs Deal to Bring His Blue Eyes, Chiseled Features, Sculpted … Um … Sorry, We Got Distracted
Plus industry news on Sean Penn, Heath Ledger, and Terrence Malick.
There's some major hand-wringing today over the box-office failure of The Invasion, the Body Snatchers remake starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig. We know what happened.
Plus industry news on Watchmen, Liev Schreiber, amd Takashi Murakami.