Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch go from Hemingway to Beckett.
Says David Gordon Green.
The director of Prince Avalanche on everything he watched, read, listened to, and clicked on over a week.
Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch star in David Gordon Green's new movie.
Green: "I get really horny in nature."
It's almost as exciting as getting an orange for Christmas.
Not Jennifer Lawrence, dude. Come on. Isabelle Fuhrman, from Orphan.
"I'm very much a sucker for anything that appeals to my youth."
Q follows a guy who's visited by his future selves.
"And they’re very straitlaced people, just going, ‘Well, should the penis be circumcised?’"
Swords, sorcery, and sodomy.
"It looks to be something like 'The Princess Bride' after a couple of harsh tokes."
Meet the "cock whisperers."
Plus: Taylor Momsen burns dog's balls.
Plus: Sharon Stone to play Mary's mother in 'Sweet Baby Jesus.'
Plus: Sophia Bush signs on to an ABC comedy pilot.
Plus: Lady Gaga hasn't slept in three days.
She may be following 'Your Highness' with 'Best Buds.'
Plus: Justin Theroux is an evil magic wizard.
Nicole Kidman and Lucy Punch: interchangeable.
Plus: David Gordon Green gets his freak on.
Fox has picked up his sitcom pilot, meaning the 'Pineapple Express' director will have a chance to flex more funny muscles.
Plus: John McCain liked 'Indy 4.'
Weirdly, it's David Gordon Green.
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