It's basically the anti-'Transformers.'
Turns out networks are on the hunt for vampire comedies. Who knew?
Plus: Car wrecks, Somalian pirates, and Dan Cortese.
No, you don't need to stock up on Dramamine.
Despite a massive watermark, the first image from 'The Lovely Bones' is pretty dazzling.
Plus: Hilary Duff in, uh, a new 'Bonnie and Clyde.'
Who cares if the movie's based on a Belgian comic strip from the forties, or if Pegg and Frost probably won't get to kill any zombies or elderly in it!
Spielberg has hilariously been denied funding for 'The Adventures of Tintin.'
Plus: Yet another bastard joins 'Inglorious Bastards,' and James McAvoy to play a CGI gnome in most horrible movie ever.
How does Christopher Tolkien really feel about the upcoming movie of 'The Hobbit'?
Will actors from 'Lord of the Rings' reappear? What will be in that second movie? And how awesome will the dragon be?
The bearded, hobbity auteurs are taking questions from fans for a live online chat.
What should heaven look like? Also, how drunk should Susan Sarandon's character get?
Plus: Ewan McGregor joins 'Angels & Demons,' J.J. Abrams makes his 'Superbad,' and Christian Slater is still playing Jack.
Plus Jimmy Kimmel on his 1,000th episode, Peter Jackson's heaven, and 50 Cent soothes the G-Unit.
NBC options the story of King David from God, Nick has its own high-school musical, and Mos Def plays Chuck Berry.
We’re so generally in awe of Sir Ian that we propose a new verb: to McKellen.
That would be the estate of Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien, which filed a lawsuit against New Line yesterday claiming its not paid its share of the profits from the $6 billion-grossing movie trilogy.
We don't have anything bitchy to say about this.
How much did New Line have to pay Peter Jackson to settle their lawsuit?
Jackson will produce The Hobbit.
Plus industry news on Andy Serkis, Alan Jackson, and Emmy Rossum.
Plus industry news on Natalie Portman, David Fincher, and Led Zeppelin.
How much weight could anyone gain in fifteen days?
Plus industry news on Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and Zooey Deschanel.