McDowell's, the fast food knock-off that gave Louie Anderson a job and Prince Akeem the experience of minimum wage, will soon be nothing but the ruins of Golden Arcs and Eddie Murphy's once-enjoyable career. The Wall Street Journal (via) reports that the Queens Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers that served as the Coming to America locale has, over the last few weeks, boarded up its windows in preparation for being torn down--now 25 years since it was a film set, and two years since someone left a review saying "staff just threw basic yellow napkins over the vomit and scooped it up with a broom leaving vomit residue and smell behind."
In a strangely-fitting tribute to the events of Coming to America, the once-dilapidated locale will be turned into luxury apartments.
It seems X-Men Origins: Wolverine will mark the end of Ryan Reynolds brief career of swordplay and beheading in rotten movies. TheWrap reports Reynolds has dropped out of Summit's Highlander remake, leaving the studio with absolutely no one willing to be involved in this thing.... / Continue →
Briefly turning his gaze outward onto the unwashed, un-Franco masses, James Franco is looking to the internet to support his next film venture and help him not have to dip too far into the Oz "fun money."... / Continue →
Robert Rodriguez's long-delayed Sin City sequel, A Dame To Kill For, is giving you even more time to finally just read the comics. ComingSoon reports the film has been pushed back nearly a year, moving from its early October release date to August 22 of next year. No reason was... / Continue →