In a goosebump-inducing new trailer for “Elysium,” Matt Damon literally takes the world on his shoulders and seeks to save humanity. We can’t wait for this movie.
Directed by the same man who brought us sci-fi hit “District 9″ (Neil Blomkamp), “Elysium” takes place in the year 2154. Two classes of people exist: the very wealthy, who live on a pristine man-made… Continue reading 'Elysium' Trailer: Matt Damon Back as Kick-Ass Action Hero (EXCLUSIVE)
Amanda Bynes was not inappropriately grabbed, fondled or groped during her arrest last week, the NYPD Monday said Monday, citing an onlooker who told authorities Amanda’s claims were merely a figment of her imagination.
“Internal Affairs investigators have found no evidence to corroborate Ms. Bynes’ allegations,” NYPD spokesman Paul Browne told the NY Daily News. “To the contrary, a credible civilian witness who was with the officers throughout told investigators… Continue reading NYPD: There’s ‘No Evidence’ To Back Up Amanda Bynes’ Claims Of Being Fondled, Groped By Officers
It looks like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are back on!
The Canadian pop star posted a photo to his Instagram account late Friday afternoon in which he’s sitting at a computer with no shirt on and Selena is hugging him from behind, but more telling is the caption Justin wrote beneath the picture:
“‘You’ve been makin music for too long babe come cuddle’ — her.”
PHOTOS: Justin Bieber’s ‘Worst Birthday’ Fiasco… Continue reading Back On! Justin Bieber Posts Half-Naked Photo With Selena Gomez Begging Him To ‘Come Cuddle’
Since nothing is sacred, Universal Pictures and Silver Pictures have announced plans to remake “Weird Science,” the 1985 John Hughes classic about a pair of nerds who create the perfect woman using their computer. (At the time, it was a space aged concept; now digital love is the norm.)
Joel Silver, the producer behind everything from “Lethal Weapon” to “Die Hard” to “The Matrix,” is set to produce, while Michael Bacall… Continue reading 'Weird Science' Remake: Universal Bringing the John Hughes Classic Back to Life, Because Of Course