In 1989, the man who later offered to screen his film for the Occupy Wall Streeters worked at a firm that was put out of business for a "pump and dump" scam.
Then Again is out tomorrow.
It's his new death row documentary.
"I thought you were in the media."
The movie stars Thomas Jane, Jeremy Piven, and Rob Lowe.
This morning the '300' prequel, and now this!
It's an adaptation of the William S. Burroughs novel.
Start your crunches now, Edgerton!
Would you like fries with this announcement?
It'll air during Conan's trip to New York.
Keira Knightley also stars.
He was demanding $50 million, but the stagnant box office may need this last sure-thing movie star.
He makes a very strange request to the NPR all-stars to publicize 'Hope: A Tragedy.'
And Kelly, Gabe, and Toby do a little dance.
Working-class teens get superpowers!
Guy Ritchie is interested, and it could double as a two-hour showcase for GM's new line.
AMC may soon have undead competition.
Gary Kurtz has "trouble with them on several different levels."
Read Jay's thoughts on "Lost One."
Not to play Robinson, obviously.
Hey, jambo jambo!
It looked like the N.W.A. movie was going to go on without him.
And now the movie is in turnaround.