All vitriol aside, the man's got talents. He just needs to remember what they are.
"Are you saying that in general they didn't dig it?"
Plus: Kristen Stewart's fans making her a little nervous.
$280 million dollars in fact.
No details have yet been released, but we won't let that stop us.
Just kind of loud.
Plus: Disney announces a 'Monsters, Inc.' sequel.
Plus: Craig Ferguson cusses.
In atypical Shyamalan fashion, this one won't have a twist ending.
He'll play one of the monsters, which is only fair because he designed them.
Who smells a fart joke?
Plus: M. Night Shyamalan! Ian Somerhalder! Demons!
Plus, Julian Schnabel's been busy.
Zac Efron is counting his lucky stars this morning.
Plus: Yep, they're doing a new 'Melrose Place.'
Plus: Gerard Butler on jock straps!
Yes, M. Night Shyamalan's new movie is bad — but was it really the calamitous disaster that his millions of non-fans were hoping for?
Finally, Manohla Dargis finds a summer movie to love! Well, not hate so much.
Could bad buzz somehow be affecting 'The Happening''s Metascore beyond the laws of mathematics?
Honestly, Night, is 'The Happening' really the best-worst you can do?
Plus: David Cook on butchering the national anthem, and the naked guy from 'Sex and the City.'
Plus: Wayne Coyne on the gaping orifices in his new movie, and M. Night Shyamalan makes no sense.
M. Night Shyamalan Not Sure Why He Has This Reputation As the Guy Who Makes the Scary Movies With a Twist
Plus: The Game defends his lack of message, and Heather Graham is keeping busy.
Yesterday, someone called Mark Wahlberg's work in 'The Happening' the worst performance ever — that was before Donnie sang on the 'Today' show.