Why 'Bad Teacher' was a hit but 'The Change-Up' wasn't, why Marvel's superhero scored but DC's didn't, and more.
Plus, David Letterman tries to wrestle out Jodie Foster's opinion on co-star Mel Gibson in our regular late-night roundup.
1. Gibson's bad behavior will make the moviegoing experience richer.
So she cast herself in 'The Beaver.'
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.
As well as Jodie Foster's 'The Beaver.'
Beginning March 23.
Maybe even remorseful?
A family flick emerges.
And yup, that Spring 2011 release date is happening.
And a trailer, tomorrow.
But still nothing in America.
It may not have a release date, but the troubled Jodie Foster film has at least got a poster.
'The Beaver' has company.
"He is truly the most loved man in the film business."
Lone Star Creator Kyle Killen on the Show’s Uncertain Future and Mel Gibson’s ‘Arresting’ Beaver Performance
"I think everyone was gobsmacked Tuesday morning, from the network on down."
"I hope I can help him get through this dark moment."
The MPAA gives it a PG-13 rating.
"I was surprised at how much of an emotional impact this has had on the Europeans."
Nope, going straight to DVD won't work ...
Gibson's racist rant is out, and now his movie may never be.
There goes Mel's comeback.
Plus: Kyra Sedgwick and Vincent D'Onofrio are married.