In what has ironically turned out to be the franchise that just won’t die, ‘Final Destination 5′ opens in theaters Friday, promising more gore, more violence and, yes, more death.
If you’re sick of the franchise, or if you just prefer something lighter, there are two comedies brand-new to choose from this weekend. One is the R-Rated ’30 Minutes or Less,’ which re-teams Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg (‘The Social Network’) with his ‘Zombieland’ director, Ruben Fleischer, in this flick about a bank robbery gone horribly wrong.
Or, if you’re feeling a bit more musically inclined, there’s always ‘Glee Live! 3-D!’, the latest incarnation from Fox’s uber-successful TV series.
Any lingering doubts comic book fans might have had about the decision to cast Henry Cavill as Superman should be erased today once they feast their eyes on the first official photo from ‘Man of Steel,’ which shows the hunky Cavill donning the iconic leotard and cape.
Pretty much every actor in Hollywood shows up in ‘New Year’s Eve,’ director Garry Marshall’s follow-up of sorts to the equally star-studded ‘Valentine’s Day.’ The ensemble of characters deals with babies, lost loves, resolutions and everything in between on, you guessed it, New Year’s Eve.
Among the celebs on board to ring in the new year are (deep breath) Zac Efron, Hilary Swank, Halle Berry, Robert DeNiro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Lea Michele, Sarah Jessica Parker, Katherine Heigl, Ashton Kutcher and Jon Bon Jovi.
In what continues to be a great month for leaked movie trailers, Big Shiny Robot got its hands on ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ teaser trailer on Tuesday, which offers a blurry — but still awesome — glimpse at the highly anticipated reboot.
Among the many teasers offered in this trailer are a glimpse at Peter Parker’s (‘Social Network’ cutie Andrew Garfield) backstory, his love interest, Gwen Stacy (‘Easy A’s’ Emma Stone) and a pretty epic shot of Spidey swinging through the streets of New York City, all from his point of view.
Charlie Sheen on Monday revealed new details about his follow-up to ‘Two and a Half Men’ – a sitcom based on the 2003 Adam Sandler movie, ‘Anger Management.’
According to EW.com, Sheen will play “a mild-mannered, non-confrontational man” who “is ordered to attend group anger management sessions led by a therapist who could probably use some anger management himself.”
Color us unsurprised: Rocker/actress Courtney Love reportedly stole photographer David LaChappelle’s car Monday night, leaving him stranded — not to mention angry.
The incident reportedly took place at New York’s Soho House, where LaChappelle had agreed to let Love borrow his chauffeur-driven SUV so she could drive to director Brett Ratner’s house and pick him up.
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