Old actors and young actors versus aliens.
In this Jackie Robinson biopic, the great American gods of capitalism and baseball triumph over racism, provincialism, and ignorance.
Plus: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Craig Ferguson deliver the best banter, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"It's easy enough to cut out. It's not critical."
George Lucas Says Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, and Harrison Ford Are in the ‘Final Stages of Negotiation’
It's perfect because he already has an Anchorman-sounding name.
"Harrison is open to the idea of doing the movie and he’s upbeat about it."
In this edition of "Pop Culture Memory Lane," Will Hines tells of how his surprise multicolored battle against Ford lived up to the comic's every Star Wars fantasy.
Brooklyn goes hard, again.
He's rumored to have "entered into early talks," at least.
If he thinks this is captivating, we'd love to see his take on the insufferable Morning Glory.
Abigail Breslin is onboard, too.
And just like that, Indiana Jones goes from ruggedly sexy to adorably tiny!
"It's very easy to get into, and if there weren't a bunch of people around it would be even more exciting."
Carrie Fisher pops up, too.
Plus: Harrison Ford is admittedly "annoyed" at the Smurfs, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Maybe Chewy deserved it?
Decent joke, though.
The budget was upped $9 million as effects companies fell behind.
See which stars talked about hitting the sauce and who actually showed up tipsy, on our video roundup.
How can they better convince us of the film's "deadly seriousness"?
Your first look at Jon Favreau's summer-movie gamble.
Plus, Bruce Springsteen discovers that he and Jimmy Fallon suffer from the same kind of insanity, on our regular late-night roundup.
How does it stack up against other romantic comedies?
The movie pokes fun at shallow, self-satisfied TV morning shows that are no less artificial than this chick flick.