In which we update one of our favorite features.
We'd watch it. Really, we would.
Haywire's Gina Carano is the first to sign on.
Last Night on Late Night: Dax Shepard Ripped On ‘Old,’ Juiced-Up ‘Zombies,’ Stallone and Schwarzenegger
Plus: Kirsten Dunst demonstrated a technique from the Alison Janney school of drunk acting, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Stallone & Co. should remake other classic ensemble movies. Now and Then, too?
And Clint Eastwood.
"PG-13 is for p*ssies."
An illustrated take on summer 2012's jocks, nerds, and burnouts.
As someone sues him and Sony for allegedly stealing the idea for Premium Rush, he argues that wrongful cases would fade away if there was more risk for a plaintiff.
The concept: When your genre of choice is no longer sustainable, wait for the opportune moment and watch nostalgia pull in audiences by the boatload.
Guess how many men made 'The Switch' a priority this weekend.
Some conservatives can't decide if the film is super-patriotic or anti-American.
A Swedish period drama.
Lionsgate's elderly ensemble actioner 'Expendables' took the top position with $35 million.
Take a closer look at this movie poster.
The performance of a lifetime.
Including: tropical-island locales, existential crises, and therapy talk.
The Gran Torino! The Auteur! The Smoke Monster!
Is 'The Expendables' just the latest search-engine-optimized movie?
"I'm going to try to do something that's quite radical."
Use your $12.50 to show you're a big, strong man who likes to sit down and watch a movie!
"He told me, you should be trying to save people in South Central."
And they're scared of him.
With 'Iron Man 2' in theaters next week, we examine Rourke's upcoming slate.