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The opening of I.M. Pei's Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar, certainly seemed to carry the newfound sense that the Bush-era 'Clash of Civilizations' might be coming to an end.
Plus: At last, a Hot Wheels TV show!
With these three guys around, you have to wonder what it was like on the set of 'What Just Happened?' Were they social? The answer is interesting.
De Niro signs on for another mobster drama, Yogi Bear gets his close-up, and Philip Seymour Hoffman goes for claymation.
Hear Harvey and Quentin Tarantino complain about Robert De Niro.
Plus: Kevin Spacey, Ewan McGregor, and Jeff Bridges to stare at goats.
Plus: Denzel Washington signs up for a "post-apocalyptic drama"!
We sort of want to see this. But not as much as we'd like to see Alec Baldwin and Bruce Willis get in a slap fight.
Plus: Robert De Niro is making two sequels to a movie no one cared about the first time.
The man likes to work. So the issue becomes, how can he work smarter?
Plus: A hip-hop 'Emma' is coming to the screen, Leslie Mann escapes the Apatow Comedy-Industrial Complex, and 'Brigadoon' is headed to Broadway.
In this second, brand-new trailer for
Kill, great pains were obviously expended to make sure we see as little of 50's acting as possible.
You've never heard of Renew Media, but it's the bigger player in this deal.
Plus: Matt Damon fucking everybody in sight!
You can't say Sundance is a bust — if these films were at Tribeca, everyone would be thrilled. But so far it's definitely a dud.
Welcome to the De Niro–Pacino all-you-can-eat scenery buffet!
Plus industry news on Michael Mann, Robert De Niro, and Jamie Foxx.
Who has the highest Paycheck Ratio?
Where does your favorite Satan land on the list?
Models, death races, etc.!
Moby, Iggy Pop, and Matt Damon on not knowing shit.
Plus Seth Green, Philip Glass, and "the original MILF hunter," Sigmund Freud.
Spike Lee will direct a re-mounting of World War II comedy-drama-mystery Stalag 17 on Broadway, produced by play's original producer, Michael Abbott. Lee has never directed for the stage and, according to the NYT, can't remember the last play he attended.