This wannabe magical mystery adventure stars Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg.
Rihanna stands in a shadow. Taylor Swift reaches for something off a high shelf. Alan Arkin and John Goodman are adorable together.
Man, Cheers is the best.
He gets his own poster for Martin McDonagh's upcoming black comedy.
In an ascot, no less.
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Plus: Dramatic Olympics-style slow-motion footage of Conan getting punched, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"A long, wet, occasionally musical fart unsphinctered in a crowded theater."
The cast takes Harrelson's yoga class.
"He was one of those Dune obsessives, and so am I. Here’s a movie that even its director hates, but we don’t care."
In True Detective.
The private screening at your bachelorette party is going to be off the hook!
For one season, at least.
Who won't be in Scott Cooper's next movie?
See Nina Dobrev, Woody Harrelson, Melissa McCarthy, and more in this month's roundup.
Who looks nuttier: Farrell or Walken? (Like we even needed to ask.)
"He was like, 'I'm about to lose my family. I can't trust anyone.'"
Plus: Woody Harrelson started up some nice casual conversation during gang busts on his LAPD ride-alongs, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Don’t look for easy resolutions or clear narrative lines here.
The trailer brags that he plays "the most corrupt cop you've ever seen."
After Rourke called the director a "jerkoff."
Friedlander weighs in on Kim Kardashian.
"That's my brother's hair, you know."
There's a lot to discuss here.
The writer waxes rhapsodic about just why the Ted Danson classic is the perfect sitcom, and how it influenced his own show.
In which we learn that a samurai without his sword is, in fact, still a samurai.