"I didn't hurt anyone."
He seems well. Mazel tov!
To talk about learning.
The Kindle single comes out next week.
Robert Rodriguez's Danny Trejo–starring sequel.
If that's your kind of thing.
And yet Mel Gibson didn't want it.
"I'm not going to stand for people calling me a liar."
It's going to shoot this summer.
Things just got real.
"You have to make it as bad as you possibly can and have them stay in their seats."
It's bypassing theaters and going straight to on-demand.
The iconic actors powwow in this video shown at last month's American Cinematheque tribute to Robert Downey Jr.
If you trace a line of co-stars between them, you hit nearly every single buddy comedy alum of the past 50 years.
"Forgive him and let him work again."
Fill in the blanks!
Plus, David Letterman tries to wrestle out Jodie Foster's opinion on co-star Mel Gibson in our regular late-night roundup.
Oksana Grigorieva retracts her claim of abuse.
1. Gibson's bad behavior will make the moviegoing experience richer.
On Jodie Foster: "I’d give her a pedicure every day of the week if I could."
The movie got a warm response from the audience at the premiere. But it's hard to tell if that was because it was presented by its beloved director, Jodie Foster.
Anton Yelchin is not having these shenanigans.
He'll plead no contest to misdemeanor battery this week.
Nicolas Cage, sure, but who else?
"I was like, 'He's anti-Semitic and he's homophobic.' No one believed me!"