Sony Pictures is apparently balancing its abundance of overused genre tropes with underused comedy actors for their The Kitchen Sink. The studio has reportedly hired on Bob Odenkirk, Ian Roberts, and Patton Oswalt to the film--a 2010 Blacklist-loved script about a teenage human, vampire, and zombie ignoring the dead-living caste system to team up and fight some aliens.
Surprising no one had yet before teamed up those factions, but almost more surprising that Odenkirk, Roberts, and Oswalt don't seem to have ever all worked together. Now that we've put all of them in one place, feel free to die and return as a stock horror character and/or comedy innovator.
There just isn't enough Zach Galifianakis for him to show up every time a fit leading man needs an overweight sidekick to squabble with. Thankfully, we have the very funny Patton Oswalt on-hand to pick up some of the slack. Oswalt, who hasn't really had a leading film role sinc... / Continue →
It was just earlier this year Bradley Cooper laughed off talk he would play Lance Armstrong, denying the rumor with "a massive laugh," adding, "Oh my God, that's so nuts!" But, like every denial surround Lance Armstrong, it turns out that was bullshit, and Cooper was probably j... / Continue →
Lindsay Lohan is headed to the world of Eastbound & Down, where repeatedly fucked up attempts to reclaim glory are expected and encouraged. The HBO series is currently in production on its fourth and final season, and sources reportedly tell E! Lohan was on-set shooting a part ... / Continue →