America has a problem with death; zombies have a problem with life. The difference, explained by more than 60 zombie movies.
On Sunday night, Hollywood’s finest will clasp the man of their dreams to their chests. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Oscar.
Some movies inform. Some movies entertain. And some pry open your skull and punch you in the brain.
Striking TV and film writers should be shutting down the industry, right? Not so fast. Hollywood has a plan for a new kind of synergy, and now that the writers are out of the way, it’s showtime.
At the New York State Psychiatric Institute, a darkened room of psychologists gaze upon Matt Damon—trying to decide when a bust is really a penis. Watching the analysis unfold.
The world MTV depicts is anything but real. But we don’t watch to escape, we watch because we can’t look away.
When did our angst-driven movie men get all tangled up in their apron strings? A screen history of damaged males.
Saving lives is hard enough—what medical professional has time for significant romantic moments in the supplies closet? A lifetime of TV role models.
Given his recent legal troubles, Mel Gibson may want to put some of the upcoming projects from Icon Pictures, his film production company, on hold. Some of the movies we’ll have to wait a bit longer to see.
While the publishing world freaks out over false memoirs, who better to speak about truth in writing than an author with the same name as his protagonist?
For those who knew the wacky shirts were actually a comedian’s armor. For those with an answering machine message that said “Hi dee ho!” For those who’ve ever been lost out there and all alone. Excerpts from the forthcoming Dave Coulier fan fiction anthology.
Many actors have attempted to wear the mantle of 007—and many have had their licenses to kill revoked, and not just because of suspicious accents. Here are the reasons why they lost the coveted role, with grievances aired by cast and crew.