The internet wins big again today because here we have a drop-everything-and-watch-this-right-now mashing of some of Disney's most (dis)favored villains and the "Cell Block Tango" from "Chicago." Yes, really. Happy Tuesday!
This weekend, while the Ohio State Buckeyes took a halftime break from their utter annihilation of Penn State, the school's marching band decided to pitch in with their own brand of day-ownage as well and performed one helluva movie-themed routine.
Dubbed the "Hollywood Blockbuster" halftime show, these OSU marchers pulled out all the stops to give a little homage to their favorite film franchises, and what's really interesting is that all of their choices are pretty relevant to today's market as well. Get More »
The final trailer for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is in, and tributes, they totally saved the best for last with this one ... even if it did launch during last night's fourth World Series game between the Red Sox and the Cardinals for whatever reason (welcome to an all-new brand of competition, sports fans).
In it, we finally get a glimpse at some of that jungle action the gamemakers director Francis Lawrence and his team have rustled up for movie two, and they weren't stingy with peeks at some of the arena's freakiest little tricks either.
So to celebrate all the newness this "Catching Fire" tease has to offer, we're breakin' down the top 5 OMG-iest moments.
If you don't already know that spoilers abound below, you have not been paying attention. Get More »
Everybody loves a jackass. And America's top jackass is undoubtedly Johnny Knoxville, as according to Film.com, his new film "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa" easily won the box office thanks to a $32 million debut weekend.
That was enough to knock three-time defending champion "Gravity" down to second place. Not that Sandra Bullock and company are complaining, as "Gravity" still earned another $20.3 million, pushing its domestic total to $199.8 million so far.
Meanwhile, the weekend's other big release, "The Counselor," completely crapped out, earning just $8 million despite an all-star cast and a ubiquitous media campaign. Alas.
For a full run down of this weekend's box office top ten, including figures for the Oscar frontrunner "12 Years a Slave," head to Film.com.
For a movie that's gotten more than its fair share of critical praise — hello, it won the freakin' Palme d'Or at Cannes this year — the main people associated with "Blue is the Warmest Color" sure are a cantankerous bunch.
In what is basically the movie biz equivalent of an "I'm rubber, you're glue" spat, the film's director and his lead actress may now be ready to take their little feud of words to the legal level and hash this mess out in a courtroom. Get More »
Evans, the titular capitán, also known as Steve Rogers, is still carting around plenty of that WWII-era angst that made us love him so much in the first place: "Well, all the other guys in my barbershop quartet are dead" he quips when asked about his weekend plans. Yeah, dude's got plenty to avenge. Get More »