Plus: David Letterman put Amy Adams in the middle of his apparently ongoing beef with Joaquin Phoenix, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
More like the snoring twenties, right?
Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams.
Anyone else getting hints of L. Ron Hubbard?
Joffrey didn't get that demeanor from nowhere.
Whoa, it's like Punch Drunk Love meets Lord of the Flies. Or something equally bizarre and cool.
Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams star in the director's fifties period piece about a cult leader.
"There are ideas in the film that are interesting to me. I don't have a point to make, though."
Plus, Jaime King confirms that all men are cheerleader-obsessed perverts, on our regular late-night roundup.
What Letterman Knew still remains something of a mystery.
Vulture hears that Phoenix is said to be the director's top choice to play Hoover's reputed paramour, Clyde Tolson.
We've been had. Again!
Is it forgive and forget, or is it, "What if he goes fake-crazy when promoting my movie?"
None of it's true, says Casey Affleck.
Someone had the presence of mind to add hand-drawn animations to the already familiar story.
He's attached to a part in 'Big Shoe,' about a foot-fetishizing shoe designer.
"For the past seventeen minutes, I've been lying my head off."
A Joaquin Phoenix impersonator is running amok at the Toronto Film Festival.
"To dismiss Phoenix's latest role because it’s not 'real' is to miss out on the charge of watching an actor play footsy with his own, barely corralled dementia."
Is he a rapping beardo? Or just a guy who pretended to be a rapping beardo for fun?
Clearly this is still all a joke, but we're impressed with his commitment here — check out that gut!
Sharp-eyed citizens of major cities might have noticed these wild postings of Joaquin Phoenix's bearded visage popping up recently ...