BY Dylan Howard & Melissa Cronin
RadarOnline.com has learned that Justin Bieber is doing everything in his power to avoid Charlie Sheen when the two appear on Tuesday’s Today show.
“Justin’s team has requested the dressing room away from Charlie,” a show insider tells radio detection and ranging. “They want to make sure he’s as far away from Charlie as possible.”
Bieber was scheduled to appear on the morning… Continue reading Exclusive: Justin Bieber Snubs Charlie Sheen Before ‘Today’ Interview
Drew Goddard cut his teeth in the entertainment industry as a writer for Joss Whedon on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. Since then he’s stayed largely in the TV world, having worked on Alias, Lost, and Marvel’s Daredevil series, but he continues to flex some increasingly big movie muscles. He wrote Cloverfield, he directed Cabin in the Woods (which he co-wrote with
In a great new interview at Vulture that everyone must read in full, Quentin Tarantino talks about everything from his favorite TV shows and copycats of his work to the contemporary relevance of his latest, The Hateful Eight, and which big-budget Hollywood movies he wishes he made. Here are the most important things we learned:
1. The Hateful Eight will accidentally feel contemporary
Although he says… Continue reading 8 Interesting Things We Learned From Quentin Tarantino's Must-Read Interview
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Awkward Junket Parody of the Day:
Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart faux-awkwardly interview each other in this junket-parodying promo for American Ultra:
Trailer Analysis of the Day:
Mr. Sunday Movies breaks down the new Red Band trailer for Deadpool, showing or speculating about six things you may have missed:
Two guys and a robot girl. That’s all you need to make a killer sci-fi movie. Oh, and the brain of Alex Garland, who cooked up the smart, engaging, often stunning Ex Machina as his directorial debut. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can fix that now that the hit movie about two men testing an artificial intelligence is out on DVD… Continue reading Interview: Alex Garland Talks Going From the Low of 'Dredd' to the High of 'Ex Machina'