When Men In Black came out in 1997, we knew that there would be a sequel sometime down the line – and we weren’t wrong: five years later, Men In Black II came
Rumors have been flying all over regarding the third Batman movie by Christopher Nolan. We already knew that the title would be The Dark Knight Rises and that we wouldn’t be seeing a recasting of
Look, Twilight, both of our movies are being incredibly hyped. You’ve got complaints about how they cast your film,
So, The 2008 Scream Awards Show actually took place Saturday night, but the telecast aired last night on Spike TV. If you didn’t get a chance to see it or if my liveblog just ain’t
When it was announced that there would not be a follow-up to the cinematic DISASTER that was X-Men: The Last Stand, some fans, like me, lost hope that we would ever see some of our
So apparently, Hollywood has no idea how to handle taking Wonder Woman from the pages of her comics to the big screen.
Who’s got two thumbs and isn’t surprised? THIS GIRL!
I saw The Dark Knight a couple days ago. I thought it was good. It left me unsettled, which I’m sure was the aim, but I can’t say I’d go see it <span
So MTV films, the same people about to bring us the tour de force picture Twilight (note: this is sarcasm. After seeing the latest trailer I’ve come to assume that the effects
Inspired by yesterday’s Photo of the Day,
A twist on the Why So Serious campaign for the movie The Dark Knight, starring the late Heath Ledger. Fred Phelps spends so much time running around angry, telling people how to live their lives. I think the man needs to smile more. Learn how to take a joke. Why so serious, Fred?