Natalie Portman's still on top.
'Hornet': The "highest-grossing opening ever for a live-action superhero comedy," whatever that means.
Though 'The Dilemma' still placed second.
The genre in which grown-up buddies wrestle with their masculinity while acting like juveniles is looking mighty limp.
Michel Gondry on the Gondry-esque Special Effects of The Green Hornet, and the One He Saved for the Sequel
"When they tried the costumes on, everything fit Jay perfectly because he's this handsome boy. And Seth was very embarrassed."
From the January 14 Michel Gondry film, starring Seth Rogen.
Which remake "might not be terrible"?
"I think kung fu is pretty good."
Seth Rogen knows how; it's his specialty.
Seth Rogen film moved from its Christmas 2010 slot.
"Ten flashing lights are a nuisance, but 500 are fantastic."
"I wasn't interested in just being a straight-up bad guy who was killing people willy-nilly."
As long as he gets to smoke another giant pipe, we totally applaud this development.
Plus: Spike Lee co-signs 'County of Kings.'
Taiwanese actor and pop star Jay Chou has been cast as Kato in Seth Rogen's upcoming 'Green Hornet' movie.
He called her an "aging bad actress" ... ouch!
Plus: Shaq vs. Michael Phelps.
Plus: Mark Duplass is in 'The League.'
Ryan Reynolds beats out Bradley Cooper and Justin Timberlake.
Plus: Piper Perabo! Mase! Terrorism!
"You have to convince them they're not gonna show up on set one day and everything is gonna be made out of cardboard."
Following the departure of Stephen Chow, Gondry has stepped in to direct.
Plus: Ben Stiller gets in on the lucrative TV office-comedy market.
Nobody can say "unlikely superhero" ever again.
Plus industry news on Steven Soderbergh's Che Guevara biopics, Wolverine, and a great country-and-western musical.