We know that times are tough in this economy, but we never could have imagined things would get this bad - especially for a guy like Will Ferrell. The comedian appears to have fallen on a big old rough patch, as he was spotted last night working security for the L.A. Lakers.
Of course, it ended up being quite funny, because Will was at his stone-faced best.
Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction' is one of the undisputed classics of modern cinema; one of those movie everyone can remember seeing for the first time, a movie that seems like it's always been here with us. But a fascinating article in Vanity Fair has revealed that the 'Pulp Fiction' we know and love almost looked very different. For example, how about Oscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis instead of John Travolta?
Get the intriguing behind-the-scenes story after the break. (Tasty burger optional.)
It hasn't taken long for the Lance Armstrong story to become the hottest new biopic in town. Shortly after the cyclist confessed to doping on Oprah, J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot snatched up the rights to an upcoming book about Armstrong. And everybody wants to be in the J.J. Abrams business right now.
Turns out a certain handsome, Oscar-nominated actor has aggressively thrown his hat into the ring to portray the embattled athlete: None other than Bradley Cooper. But how close is he to securing the part?
Yesterday we brought you the news that Adele will be appearing at the 2013 Oscars to perform the Best Original Song nominated "Skyfall." But now there’s even bigger James Bond news to share: it’s looking like every actor who has portrayed the classic character are set to appear on stage together for the first time ever to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of James Bond. This calls for a martini!
Ryan Murphy is about to tell a new American Horror Story: the producer has officially signed on to help bring a remake of the 1976 B-movie 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown' to the big screen. Murphy will produce with new horror impresario Jason Blum ('Paranormal Activity', 'Sinister'), while one of his 'American Horror Story' directors, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, will helm.
In news that comes as neither surprising nor exciting (it was hinted at a few days ago), it has been officially announced that a sequel to the successful-enough 'Texas Chainsaw 3D' has been greenlit and shooting will commence later this year. But that's not the most interesting part.
The title of the film will be 'Texas Chainsaw 4, and you're correct in thinking that title makes little sense at all.
Wes Anderson is no slouch when it comes to building impressive ensembles, as proven in films like 'The Royal Tenenbaums', 'The Life Aquatic' and his latest, the sublime 'Moonrise Kingdom'. Obviously not ready to limit the names in his stock company, Anderson's next film, 'Grand Budapest Hotel', is assembling perhaps the director's most wonderful cast yet.
We already know that among the talents in 'Grand Budapest' are Jude Law, Bill Murray, Ralph Fiennes, Jeff Goldblum, Edward Norton, Willem Dafoe, Adrien Brody, Saoirse Ronan and, of course, Jason Swartzman (whew!), but today another handful of names has emerged. Check them out after the break!
The question of who will direct the next 'Star Wars' still lingers quite maddeningly; while we would ideally be compiling a shortlist of contenders, we mostly collate who has expressed disinterest or denied involvement. One of those names is J.J. Abrams, who weeks ago stated in no uncertain terms that he didn't want the massive undertaking.
But did you know that he was evidently offered the job? A few choice quotes from the 'Star Trek' director indicates that he could have been the captain of two different space sagas. Jump after the break to learn more.
Judd Apatow has already conquered film, television and the printed page, so naturally the funnyman is looking to expand his horizons. So Apatow is prepared to do what an actor in his situation would do: head to Broadway!
We've got a little while to wait until we can all bask in Quentin Tarantino's latest ode to badass cinema, 'Django Unchained', but today you can get closer to the film by listening to the entire soundtrack. And you can do that right here...for free!
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