If there's a sex-death montage that closes out 'Inglorious,' we're gonna flip.
Plus: Stephen Dorff is so back.
Next stop, animals?
People who have seen it sure seem to think so!
Plus: Sex Rehab!
Put your copy of 'Say Anything' away and head for the multiplexes!
And no, it has nothing to do with the little elephant that probably dies in it.
"Smart and breathless."
"The Oscar has destroyed my family."
Plus: Lil Wayne documentary cleared.
Plus: Marlon Wayans better look good in sandals.
... giving Nikki Finke another opportunity to swipe at 'Variety.'
Despite a massive watermark, the first image from 'The Lovely Bones' is pretty dazzling.
It's a good question.
Plus: Anvil is totally going to be famous soon.
Last summer, the church across the street from our offices weathered an attack from Hellboy — but can it survive Tom Hanks's secret plot to destroy Christianity?
The event was theater sanctioned and all tweeting was restricted to the back rows so as not to disturb other moviegoers. Even so, ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE.
Death Eaters! Fire! Noseless Ralph Fiennes! How many small, parental-guardianless children will this movie irreversibly scar this summer?
A Swedish court today found four people behind the popular BitTorrent hub the Pirate Bay guilty of violating copyright law.
"We have heard from a vocal minority of our customers and have determined that we need to spend more time educating everyone on this new model."
As you probably figured, Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie won't be released with an NC-17 rating.
Plus: Matthew McConaughey’s been thinking.
Turns out people would rather see more Blarts.
Precious few movies have embraced the beautiful awkwardness of a solo gerund title, and none have fared well.