We have absolutely no idea why Channing Tatum owns a Matthew McConaughey bust, but he’s apparently using it as inspiration while he writes Magic Mike 2. Tatum posted the below image to his Facebook wall, writing, “What better way to start writing #MagicMike2 than with my old friend Dallas? #runatribe”
Sure the image is all kinds of adorable (especially the feather hat — we’re loving the… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Channing Tatum Writes 'Magic Mike 2' Next to a Sculpture of Matthew McConaughey
Good news, Glenn Rhee! You have survived the killer virus that was spreading throughout the prison! Congratulations! Oh, but just one little thing: your girlfriend’s dad was just beheaded and a giant tank escorted by a one-eyed lunatic and flesh-eating zombies pretty much destroyed your home. Oh yeah, and one other thing: WHERE ARE YOU?!?
When we last saw Glenn, he was waiting on a bus to evacuate… Continue reading ‘The Walking Dead’: Steven Yeun on what’s next for ‘resilient’ Glenn
Way back in 2010 a new horror anthology called Paris, I’ll Kill You was announced. At the time it had a pretty impressive roster of directors on board:
Joe Dante (Gremlins)Xavier Gens (Frontieres)Ryuhei Kitamura (Midnight Meat Train)Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (Inside)Vincenzo Natali (Cube)Paco Plaza ([REC])Christopher Smith (Triangle)
That is a mighty lineup of cool creatives from all over the globe, each with an undeniable knack for the horror… Continue reading This 'Fear Paris' Trailer Does a Great Job Teasing the Next Great Horror Anthology
Pulp Fiction director Quentin Tarantino notoriously scrapped plans to make a new western, The Hateful Eight, after an early draft of the script leaked to Hollywood agencies – but that doesn’t mean QT isn’t already planning his next feature.
Tarantino’s not sitting around moping about all his potentially lost effort. Reports indicate that the filmmaker is already exploring his next project, which is rumored to be… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino's Next Film May Be About Actor Robert Blake
As a family of four mourn the loss of their soldier son, a clean-cut, Gosling-faced stranger arrives at their front door claiming to be his best friend and fellow soldier. He’s there because he says it’s his duty; that he promised his buddy he’d let his family back home know that his final words included messages of love to his mother, father, sister and little… Continue reading 'The Guest' Review: From the Makers of 'You're Next' Comes The Ultimate Badass '80s Movie