Ricky Bobby: Look at the car on the left; it’s from Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, starring Will Ferrell. Now look at the car on the right; it’s parked outside Ricky Bobby’s Sports Saloon and Restaurant, located in Fort Worth, Texas. Notice any similarities? So did Columbia Pictures, which is now suing the restaurant operators, demanding that they stop profiting… Continue reading Movie News: Ricky Bobby Controversy; Jason Sudeikis, the New 'Fletch;' Colin Firth in 'Devil's Knot' Trailer
The town of Hollywood isn’t anything particularly special and a game night is really cute if you live in 1957, but when you combine the two, you get our favorite TV show to yell at from the couch. And oh, is there yelling.
Hollywood Game Night returns after a casual Olympics hiatus, and although you won’t find Tara Lipinski or Johnny Weir anywhere, a new crew of six… Continue reading Jason Sudeikis makes Olivia Wilde go boom on ‘Hollywood Game Night’ — VIDEO
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Resident Evil 6 update – With Paul W.S. Anderson ready to unleash his disaster epic Pompeii on audiences later this year, the director has finally taken a minute to update everyone on the state of Resident Evil 6. Remember that September 2014 release date? Not likely to happen…
Anderson has revealed that there’s currently… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 'Resident Evil 6' Update, Cool Jason Trivia, 'Argento's Dracula' Review, and More!
Veteran producer Bridget Carpenter was so impressed by former Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa’s performance on her upcoming Sundance Channel drama The Red Road that she made this proclamation: “He’s the best actor I’ve ever worked with,” she told EW. “He’s a soulful and deeply prepared actor and this is the finest work I’ve seen him do. It’s unbelievable.”
And Carpenter has been a producer on high-quality shows with… Continue reading ‘Red Road’ producer: Jason Momoa is the best actor I’ve ever worked with
It’s a little weird seeing Oscar nominee James Franco play a local Louisiana druglord named Gator in the latest Jason Statham movie, “Homefront” (though admittedly not much weirder than watching him play a grill-wearing Florida gangster named Alien in last year’s “Spring Breakers”). Nothing against Franco, but High Times’ 2008 “Stoner of the Year” isn’t exactly the most… Continue reading 'Homefront' Review: James Franco's a Better Match for Jason Statham Than You'd Think