Or, at least, that's what producer Neil Moritz thinks!
Plus: Monica Belucci joins cursed 'Sorcerer's Apprentice.'
Terry Gilliam's going for it!
Bring your family! And a date!
'It's good. I liked it.'
According to Nikki Finke, Scorsese wants Leonardo DiCaprio, but Universal wants teen heartthrob Johnny Depp.
Smith raps with Vulture about competing with Judd Apatow and why he hopes his next movie is like 'Road House.'
Plus: romantic-comedy news!
We don't see this going so well.
Who's getting booed (first)? Who's poised for a comeback?
McG: "I have an Irish curse and I think we’re all familiar with exactly how [I'm endowed]."
Flights to Guam! DeLoreans! Airborne telephone booths! Why can't the pretend scientists of movies and television invent a practical way of sending people through time?
Plus: Nicole Kidman bounces on Woody Allen; Sarah Palin's book deal.
Imax's CEO: 'The overwhelming majority of comments on [Aziz Ansari]'s blog this morning, more than 90% of them, are vehemently disagreeing with him.'
Apparently, Shatner was unable to pronounce the word 'sabotage' on the original TV series.
Yeah, pretty much.
It's already earned spotless raves from both trades, Roger Ebert, and Richard Corliss.
Were you aware that the Imax Corporation is using its name on screens as tiny as 28' x 58', which are really no bigger than many regular screens?
Plus: Hedy Lamarr, scientist?
Citing some apparently bogus policy, NPR has removed the names of Larry Craig and Charlie Crist from Nathan Lee's review of Kirby Dick's documentary.
We love Neveldine/Taylor, but this doesn't look to be much of an improvement on 'The Running Man.'
Are those abs real or are they Memorex?
It's not as easy as it looks, Jonze!
Set phasers to 'underwhelm.'
Plus: Ryan Seacrest has a confession to make.