Like that time he played Miranda's lying lover on Sex and the City.
No more distractingly cheesy dialogue, just mysterious words that could be well-written for all we know.
The Academy has announced the seven titles it will consider for the Visual Effects category.
It's pure bootleg, so watch quick.
And 'MacGruber' loses, big time.
'Robin Hood' falls short.
Its $133.6 was the fifth best opening weekend of all time.
Not so catchy.
"I like to talk on the cell when I do interviews. That way, I double my chances of getting brain cancer: from the cell phone, and from the questions."
From schlumpy golfer to pocket-dog aficionado, Rourke has carved out his own unique style for twenty-plus years.
The film, allegedly titled 'Super 8,' is not directed by Abrams, is probably unrelated to his project with Steven Spielberg, and is maybe a 'Cloverfield' sequel.
And more from the magazine's critics.
Tony Stark arrives in the U.S. on Friday.
With 'Iron Man 2' in theaters next week, we examine Rourke's upcoming slate.
Scarlett helps interviewer Matt Zaller with his springtime look.
Who should play your bad guy: Jackie Earle Haley, Mark Strong, Mickey Rourke, or Hugo Weaving?
Plus Jon Stewart on the new iPhone, on our regular late-night roundup.
"She's fooled everyone into thinking she's a lot better than she is."
Pepper’s a hater.
And it is awesome.
A new 'Iron Man 2' video takes us inside Stark Industries.
It's nothing life-changing, but, you know, 'Iron Man.'
The new 'Iron Man 2' website features a fake commercial starring John Slattery of 'Mad Men' as Tony Stark's dad.
Some poster designer is probably due a ram jam.
She actually sounds a little North Dakotan.