And is there a way to make networks adopt it?
He's no meat dress.
'The Day After Tomorrow,' or 'Singing in the Rain'?
"Wallace’s moves have been adopted and further slackerized" by the Internet, apparently.
The new movie has sparked a lot of debate.
Do you dream of a Damon/Affleck ticket?
Is Ashley just a dope, or were producers super cruel?
And squealing over Ryan Gosling does not technically constitute a sentence.
'Hogwarts: The College Years'?
This could be so good!
These are not clear eyes. These are red, puffy eyes.
Now's your last chance to gripe about what went missing.
Where every scene and situation seems scripted.
Maybe we just need to wallow every now and then.
Was it good-bad or bad-bad?
Because it's too expensive, or because you're kinda over the whole 3-D thing?
Did it leave you seeing red?
After Tracy Morgan's controversy, have you lost your desire to Netflix old '30 Rock' episodes?
It's poised to be Woody Allen's biggest movie in decades.
Is it a "period piece that seems blind to its own period"?
Damon Lindelof and Brett Ratner have already had their shot.
That's what Lionsgate is teasing.
It was such a lousy season, and yet it was so, so popular.
All they do is cut each other down.
People fall out of love. It happens.