Ambivalent news today if you've had high hopes for Spike Jonze's long-awaited Where the Wild Things Are follow-up, Her. Warner Bros. has decided to delay the film, bumping it from November 20 to December 18 (wide on January 10), so it's going to be a little longer before you get to see it. But on the bright side, the move is reportedly because the studio now thinks the film is good enough to really take home some awards, so they're holding it back while they build a bigger Oscars push. Use the extra month to repeatedly watch the trailer, or to strengthen your own relationship with a computer operating system. Sure, Windows 98 (SE) is old, but also reliable and lonely.
The baldist ideology that recently led to Vin Diesel's casting as Kojak is apparently being used to generate superhero casting rumors, too, as sinister bald brothers Bryan Cranston and Mark Strong are now being thrown around as possible Lex Luthors in the Man of Steel sequel.... / Continue →
Though the planned Batman/Superman movie is still in its very early stages and yet without a script, The Hollywood Reporter has put together what they're hearing is an early list of frontrunners to take over as Batman from the departing Val Kilmer. Here's what they've got:... / Continue →
Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, unofficial curators of Time-Life's Legally-Troubled Eccentrics and Outcasts, are adding another big-name weirdo to their collection. The writers who penned such real-life oddball stories as Ed Wood, The People vs. Larry Flynt, Man on the M... / Continue →