He's "developing a Shane Salerno–scripted sci-fi action script for Fox, described as an event film set in the future," says Production Weekly.
This actually looks okay, though. Times Square Sbarro, you may not have died in vain.
"It was the first time I had that pressure: If I don't pull it off, the whole movie will suck."
"It's not MY movie, [it's] a movie I was hired to direct."
Plus: 'Parks and Recreation' writer hits the 'Jackpot.'
Even better than It's Pat!
"I really don't know much about it. If [you] know anything, [you] know more than I do."
He's going to bank $100 million for his work on '2012.'
"If you're an adult, you're a little put off at first — what is this?"
But is it better than 'The Phantom Menace'?
"What are you campaigning for, though?" she asks. "Let me ask y'all this, because I know y'all are gonna school me correctly: What does it mean financially?"
"I drank and smoked and partied down."
This is going to be hell on our Google Alert.
But Blink-182 isn't really feeling it.
That's the case that Slate's Dana Stevens posits in her review of 'Brothers.'
The Michael Lewis adaptation got a new director this weekend.
"If you didn't get that shot, it's back to f—ing 10-year-old's birthday parties and pin the tail on the donkey for you, for f—'s sake."
It's not an Oscar, but it'll do.
At least in limited release.
And makes a Columbia Record Club joke.
Since 'Titanic' came out in 1997, great advances have been made in visual-effects technology. But not so in treacly end-credits love balladry.
Antoine Fuqua directs Richard Gere, Don Cheadle, and Ethan Hawke in a corrupt-cop drama, which looks totally okay.
"The animations are stiff and awkward. The camera, particularly in the melee combat, is unsteady enough to be disorienting and perhaps even nauseating."
Perhaps they are smarter than we previously gave them credit for? Nah, that's not it.