Plus: Little Jonathan Winery?
New Line is being folded into Warner Bros.
The Times reports this morning that Perez Hilton is in talks with Warner Bros. Records to get his own record label.
This isn't a Veggie Tales movie, Warner Bros.!
It's graphic-novel day in Hollywood. Plus: Backward theater news!
Plus industry news on Paul Bettany, Rashida Jones, and the Wachowskis.
For Your Consideration: Imelda Staunton in ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ for Best Supporting Actress
We're a little surprised that Warner Bros. hasn't made a more concerted Oscar push for this previous Academy Award nominee.
Plus, Vincent Gallo's demented new movie!
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: What's wrong with Nikki Finke's computer?
A DVD screener for Will Smith's new I Am Legend leaked onto BitTorrent sites last night, causing some to wonder (us, at least) why the heck one ever existed in the first place.
Down the rabbit hole!
Plus industry news on Andy Serkis, Alan Jackson, and Emmy Rossum.
And it's co-written with Kristin Gore!
Plus industry news on Kelis, Tyra, and Cosette.
Plus industry news on popular superheroes the Flash, Green Lantern, and Clipse.
Plus industry news on Will Smith, Michael Mann, and Captain Kirk.
An exec calls the Columbia Pictures logo fat.
Plus industry news on Kevin Spacey, Clint Eastwood, and Matt Damon.
Plus industry news on Nicole Kidman, Jonny Quest, and Eddie the Eagle.
Plus industry news on Kanye West, Peter Bjorn and John, and Mark Twain.
The whole story of a mid-list novelist's big break.
The long-anticipated movie of Watchmen, considered by many the definitive graphic novel of all time, by Zack Snyder, director of megahit 300, promises to be a nerd-culture event of the highest degree. So movie and comics blogs got pretty excited when two Websites popped up seemingly related to the Warner Brothers film.
Plus industry news about Naomi Watts, Septimus Heap, and Aaron Sorkin.
Fifty years from now, as film scholars prepare the Criterion Collection edition of License to Wed, will they look back and say, "Why, oh, why, didn't anyone listen to Lawrence Toppman?"