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As if I haven't covered this movie enough already, here's the full-length trailer for W, in which Oliver Stone promises to show us what an incompetent jackass President Bush is, just in case you haven't been around for the last eight years.
This seemed like kind of a non-story and I wasn't planning on doing a post about it, but since everyone keeps emailing me about it, here you go.
(Earth added for scale) A while ago, JJ Abrams explained that the reason Shatner wouldn't be in his new Star Trek movie was that for one thing, Shatner wouldn't settle for a small cameo, and for another, his character had died in a previous movie.
According to Spike Lee, Spike Lee isn't feuding with Clint Eastwood anymore.
Three more lawsuits filed by people from the Borat movie have been thrown out of court.
According to reports, the reason William Shatner won't be appearing in JJ Abrams' upcoming Star Trek movie is that, suprise.
Courtesy of CNN and their shitty embed code, here's a new clip from W, Oliver Stone's George W.
Actor Shelley Malil, best known for small parts in Budweiser commercials and The 40-Year-Old Virgin (he's the younger, smoking guy, not the older "butthole pleasures" guy) stabbed his ex-girlfriend yesterday in San Marcos, north of San Diego.
To me the best thing that came out of Boondock Saints was the documentary about what a blowhard writer/director Troy Duffy is.
Hollywood is abuzz with rumors after Eddie Murphy skipped the premiere of his own movie, Meet Dave.
The above collection of phone messages has been going around "Hollywood" because the guy who left them claims to be a screenwriter.
Like strip clubs, posters for The Happening are a little different south of the border.
Spike Lee's latest film stars that fat guy who was good in 8 Mile and is based on a 2003 novel by James McBride, about a 1944 massacre in which SS soldiers killed 560 Italian villagers, mostly women and children.