Does he even know how to fill one of those things out?
Who cares if the movie's based on a Belgian comic strip from the forties, or if Pegg and Frost probably won't get to kill any zombies or elderly in it!
Plus: Nick Nolte takes a road trip!
The details of the separation between DreamWorks and Paramount were finalized over the weekend.
The deal liberates the Spielberg shingle from the icy death grip of Paramount.
Spielberg has hilariously been denied funding for 'The Adventures of Tintin.'
The owners of the rights to the story on which 'Window' is based are finally suing the makers of 'Disturbia' for copyright infringement.
Plus: Jerry Bruckheimer to produce an action movie!
Plus: Philip Seymour Hoffman directs Cate Blanchett's husband's play.
Lucas says he's having trouble making an 'Indiana Jones 5' because Spielberg thinks his ideas are stupid.
Plus: Steven Spielberg sure loves him some Diablo Cody!
Plus: Nathan Lane is playing Gomez Addams, and Kanye is upset about something.
Boom Blox, the game Spielberg helped design with EA, is definitely no Grand Theft Auto.
The script for 'Indiana Jones 4' wasn't born terrible — Darabont's early draft actually seems pretty great!
Plus: Diablo Cody's series is headed to Showtime, and the Farley name lives on.
Plus: Eric Stoltz joins the 'Battlestar' franchise, Natalie Portman leaves 'Wuthering Heights,' and … 'Hot Tub Time Machine'!
In an interview, Harrison Ford and George Lucas imply that 'Crystal Skull' might've been delayed over a debate about whether it should include aliens — but everything's been resolved, kind of!
Plus: Peter Berg on the joys of a PG-13 rating, and Steven Spielberg on his secret shame.
Plus: Demi Moore goes indie, and Donald Trump is getting his own series on Lifetime!
NBC options the story of King David from God, Nick has its own high-school musical, and Mos Def plays Chuck Berry.
(Michael Moore has not been reached for comment.)
But can a 65-year-old man still whip things properly?
Though we're glad that Warner Brothers is at least considering releasing two films of one of the books, we're a little surprised they're finally doing it for Deathly Hallows, which of course gives over a solid 400 of its 759 pages to Harry, Ron and Hermione shouting in tents.
Plus industry news on Peter Berg, the Coen brothers, and Tyler Perry … in space!
Plus industry news on Andy Serkis, Alan Jackson, and Emmy Rossum.