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In case you hadn't noticed from the ads all over this page, Battleship is showing in theaters in North America now.
The Derrick Rose injury/Titanic mash-up you've been waiting for.
Good afternoon you princes of Maine, you kings of New England, you stalkers of Mark Ruffalo.
Thanks, Omar Infante, now that guy going the long way around to get a hot dog is soaking wet.
As previously noted, James Cameron decided that he needed another $500 million to fund his future conquest of the Snorks and the lost city of Atlantis so he re-released Titanic last week in a special new 3D version.
Opening Everywhere: American Reunion, The Hunter.
I don't know, that shot to the twisty lighthouse looks fake.
Good afternoon you princes of Maine, you kings of New England, you stalkers of Scarlett Johansson.
Titanic will soon be back in theatres, and aside from being converted into 3D it's pretty much going to be the same familiar big ball o' cheese it's always been.
Easily my favorite thing about the movie Titanic is that it has been out for fifteen years and the internet has had plenty of time to make fun of it.
Great news, people of India.
Thanks to FilmDrunkard Adam for sending us the heads up on this, which is easily the strangest Exclusive Ocean Voyage – North Atlantic "Titanic" DVD Signed by Leonardo DiCaprio Impersonator and 13-Day Ocean Voyage with Tour of "Titanic" From Deep Ocean Expeditions.
Because you needed a reminder of why you’re a dick for giving your girlfriend cash on her birthday, pint-sized Canadian pop star Justin Bieber spoiled the bejesus out of his twin sister girlfriend Selena Gomez on Friday.
While most sorority girls and/or strippers would have settled for a butterfly, random stars, or Chinese letters that translate to “I hate my father,” Steve Hide had something a little different in mind when he went to get his newest tattoo.
He looks photoshopped in, doesn't he.
There's something about undermining the awkward and fabricated "romance" of the Titanic nude sketch scene that I find delightful, so give me a sprawled out fat guy coupled with crappy Rose and Jack dialogue and my daily lulz quota is almost always satisfied.
You might remember the other day when I posted a quote from Albert Books telling Adam Carolla about one of his least favorite screenwriting tics -- when characters constantly, unrealistically address each other by name, just so we don't forget their names.
Legendary comedian and filmmaker (and brother of Super Dave) Albert Brooks was on the Adam Carolla podcast yesterday, and one of the great things about Albert Brooks is that he doesn't spend all his time kissing ass like the rest of these Hollywood phonies.
Okay, okay, so he didn't use those exact words, but it was pretty close.