Looks like the lesser Olsen's ditching the indie scene for some superhero action next.
Splashy CGI and explosiony stuff galore ... but is it enough to justify the re-make?
Spike Lee's remake of the 2003 Korean film is filled with suspense, sex and gore.
If you've got the kinda momma that can appreciate this motherf***in' mash-up, give her an extra big box of chocolates for her big day this year.
They both have statues aplenty, but which one brings the fun?
Was it money or Jamie Foxx envy that made Warner Bros. shut it down?
"Pulp Fiction" was almost a very different film, as Quentin Tarantino originally had several... unusual casting ideas.
If you're going to ask Samuel L. Jackson about the language in "Django Unchained," be prepared to actually talk to him about it.
Prepare for a face full of frown
The Man Who Was Mace Windu says he'd return as a one-armed ghost, a hologram, whatever.