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Sony is interested in "Inglourious Basterds" star Christoph Waltz for the villain character in Marc Webb's 3D reboot of "Spider-Man."
Conceptually, doesn’t it make more sense to think about entertaining the other 99.9% of people who won’t be upset if the cape isn’t era-specific or if they get a side character wrong?
Unforunately none of these movie and TV beasts of the deep have "frickin' laser beams attached to their frickin' heads," but they're still ferocious in their own right. Grab yourself a chumsicle and dive in head first.
Since it appears another Ferrell-McKay hit is on the way, let’s take a look at the roles that have defined the impressive Hollywood career of Will Ferrell.
'Kick-Ass' is out on DVD and BluRay now, and if you’re a self respecting comic book fanboy you already own your copy. If not, here are ten reasons why the movie lives up to it’s name.
If you've watched Inception (if you haven't yet you really should), you'd know it's a movie with multiple layers of meanings. Here's an interesting review that captures 8 lessons to learn from the movie.
At the end of the day, it is important to remember that we are responsible for creating robots, and that they are no more than really complicated appliances. Skeptical? Allow these robots to calm your concerns and demonstrate the decency of droids.
The new music video of the early Academy Awards favorite and new national anthem, "Pimps Don't Cry" w/ Cee-Lo Green & Eva Mendes from "The Other Guys"
The first trailer for Jackass 3D has arrived and, it’s a trailer for another Jackass movie. By now you should know what you’re getting.
Axel, E.T. and Indy (no, not the one who hides from nuclear blasts in refrigerators) vs. Aragorn, Gaylord and Jake Sulley. Things get epic.
Is Marvel trying to get away with making The Avengers on the cheap? Even though Favs wanted to direct their superhero team-up movie, they didn’t want him. Instead Marvel has made it a point to seek out cheaper talent.
The author of this video spent six hours picking every on-screen lightsaber ignition and retraction in movie chronological order. He said he only used clips "where you can see the lightsaber ignite/retract and not just hear it" intentionally.
Done in 2 1/2 minutes. I never realized how judiciously the light saber moment was used in the original trilogy until watching this.
Wicked Lasers CEO Steve Liu said, however, that all the publicity proved to a positive, and sales in fact tripled. "This has been strange. We felt that it would have been a very bad thing in the beginning, but it ended up helping the business in a very big way."
Some actors have a skeleton or two in their closet.