"I went on opening day to see it."
So this is the Twins sequel, huh?
It isn’t often that we hear about a sequel and get genuinely excited, but this one has real promise.
Is he 53 or a teenage skate punk? Only The New York Times Magazine knows for sure.
"David's the Academy's invisible man. He's the most talented invisible man in Hollywood, if you will."
It's the new film from David Cronenberg.
Plus: Maggie Grace and Guy Pearce sign on for outer-space thriller.
This is great news for fans of naked, bloody knife fights!
Plus: Miley Cyrus, Viking queen?
Everyone famous and liberal lines up to speak from ‘A People's History of the United States.’
Plus: Mickey Rourke still giving delightful interviews.
Plus: What happens when you cross Paul Scheer, Joe Francis, and Las Vegas?
Plus: Emily Blunt campaigns for the role of Catwoman.
"No more movies. I haven't said yes to one in over a year."
After all, it was 2007's Fiercest Wang.
And he liked it!
There's only one thing more depressing than a world-destroying apocalypse that turns its survivors into cannibals, and it's seeing a good movie ruined by bad child acting.
He's being replaced by ... Val Kilmer?
Will Daniel Day-Lewis drink everyone's milkshakes?
Plus industry news on Bond's new villain, Viggo Mortensen, and k.d. lang!
We really wish we were classy enough not to point out that wangs were popping up everywhere this year, but, sadly, we are not — there were dicks all over the place!
Every week between now and January 22, Vulture's Oscar Futures will listen to insider gossip, comb the Oscar blogs, and out-and-out guess when necessary to track who's up, who's down, and who's currently leading the race for a coveted nomination.
Plus: How Jamie Foxx plans to annoy us next!