An upcoming biopic will tell the story of the clairvoyant cephalopod that gained instant celebrity status by calling outcomes of World Cup soccer matches last summer.
And now, our feature presentation: today’s links bring you our favorite film news.
A couple of empty-nesters have decided to put their world-famous house on the market. Sorry, Kevin McCallister, this is no longer your home, so you can’t defend it.
Channeling his inner Madea, filmmaker Tyler Perry responded to director Spike Lee’s consistent criticisms of his movies by saying this: “Spike can go straight to hell! You can print that,” Box Office Magazine reported on its website.
His solely Spanish role in Casa de Mi Padre proves that he can be hilarious in any language.
The redheaded actress will land in Metropolis for 2012’s long-awaited Superman reboot.
How could a remark made in the early 1980’s still be coming back to haunt the British film industry whenever Oscar comes calling?
It was inevitable, and it’s happening: Julian Assange’s biography is set to hit the silver screen. But first, it needs a star.
There was beauty in the blizzard, and a couple of tourists found it. Too bad they lost their film. Now the man who found the roll is on a mission to reunite the photographers with their stunning pictures.
Sometimes, going out in the storm pays off.
The lesson Hollywood should have learned this year? Have animation and/or 3-D, will rake in cash.
Scratch those arthouse films off your movie queue. There are Fake Criterion films to consider.