TBR lists 10 actors that did the best interpretations of their real life characters.
I discovered the hidden secret in the Super 8 theatre standee over the weekend.
Pop Bunker lists the 10 Greatest Words Given To Us By Television.
Caldwell Tanner has created a set of IKEA-inspired instruction sheets for how to put together some classic science fiction creations.
Geoffrey Rush talks about playing Tomar-Re in Green Lantern: “I was absolutely, exclusively putting down my voice tracks. When I got the offer for it I said, ‘Haven’t they made that film?’ They said, ‘No, it’s a completely computer-generated character.’ I saw the artwork and I said, I would love to be that guy. Because I had voiced an Owl in ‘Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole,’ and I’d voiced a Pelican in ‘Finding Nemo’ and I thought I could really improve on that now by being half-bird, half-fish, part lizard.You don’t get to do that in a live-action film.”
Magnolia has released a poster for the documentary Page One.
Johnny Depp won’t be able to watch his new film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides in 3D, because the actor is “part of a small segment of the population that can’t process three-dimensional effects in movies.”
Williams-Sonoma is selling a Star Wars Cookie Cutter Set.
20th Century Fox has hired Ellen Rapoport to pen the feature film adaptation of Adena Halpern‘s book 29: A Novel.
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