NASA Declares '2012' Inaccurate, Cronenberg Possibly a Twihard, More!

January 6, 2011


- According to NASA scientists, the sci-fi film with the most absurd science is the Roland Emmerich disaster film 2012, followed by The Core, Volcano, Chain Reaction, The Sixth Day, and What the #$*! Do We Know?. Dude, I fucking told you The Matrix might be real.

- David Cronenberg has signed Robert Pattinson on to star in an adaptation of Cosmopolis, so now you know where the director of Videodrome stands on the issue of Jacob versus Edward.

- The Ridley Scott-produced, audience-footage-generated film Life in a Day will briefly be available to watch on YouTube before its theatrical release. In Ridley Scott's head, that probably sounds really cutting edge.

- Bob Odenkirk revealed he'll be re-teaming with David Cross--along with Krysten Ritter, Rainn Wilson, and Dennis Farina--when he directs Annie Jenkins: A Not Very Romantic Comedy, which sounds kind of promising if we completely ignore Odenkirk's The Brothers Solomon.

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