Planes, (no) trains, and (a ton of) automobiles.
Who loves ya, Vinny?
Someone's been taking Schmidt's spinning classes.
You can't judge a guy on The Pacifier alone!
They're being written side-by-side.
Like that time Denise Richards played physicist, or Keanu Reeves was a nuclear scientist.
Hint: He has a very rumbly voice.
It didn't go so well.
Young Paul Walker, you got served.
Number of times someone jumps from a height so great that he or she would surely be paralyzed upon landing: 7.
Plus: CBS comedy pilot from Borat/Bruno team.
The lucrative franchise is back for a fifth installment.
Plus: Pete Townshend! Susan Sarandon! Memphis Bleek!
Plus: Samuel L. Jackson has some pirate negotiating to do.
No one, not even the cast, is really sure.
Who woulda thunk it?
We'd rather see this than 'Seven Pounds.'
Plus: James Cameron drinks to forget.
Plus: What's Rachel Leigh Cook up to these days?
Plus: Kenny Rogers explains the inspiration behind his latest album, which is only available at Cracker Barrel.
Directors whose shitty sci-fi movies are nickeled and dimed into shittier sci-fi movies are supposed to shut up and take it, Matthieu!
Ah, the last week in August, a magical time of year when we publish the hopeful ramblings of actors, musicians, and homeless crazy people in lieu of actual news.
Plus: Leonardo DiCaprio as an ex-cop?