Harvey Herschel Korman was born Feb. 15, 1927, in Chicago. He left college for service in the U.S. Navy, resuming his studies afterward at the Goodman School of Drama at the Chicago Art Institute. After four years, he decided to try New York. Harvey Korman died yesterday at UCLA Medical Center after suffering complications from the rupture of an abdominal aortic… Continue
Rose McGowan has won the lead role in the new television project Women in Chains!, a violent drama set at a woman's prison. And by “won” I mean she got the part by sleeping with the creator, her fiancee, Director Robert Rodriguez.
Hey, at least have to give her credit by going the extra… Continue
Sega released details on the Incredible Hulk game based on the new Hulk movie starring Edward Norton coming out next month. It'll be an open-world game with fully destructible environments and much more:
* Unlimited Destruction: Become the Incredible Hulk and… Continue
Vince Beane, a production manager on the set of one of Eddie Griffin's TV pilots, has filed a lawsuit claiming he was “maliciously assaulted and battered by Eddie Griffin" and Griffin's bodyguard, a professional heavyweight boxer, "a menacing figure" named John "J.C." Clark, intimidated and threatened him after they’d be plied "with more than six bottles of Veuve Clicquot Champagne.”
Speaking at the Cannes film festival, Jack Black said: "I'd really like to do a sequel, the last one was great, we are seriously thinking about it, there's already a script. In a few weeks we have to decide if we go through with the project or not."
Although JB has high hopes about the project,there's still no word on whether Richard Linklater is interested in directing or if Mike White would be writing the script for the… Continue
Warner Bros. Pictures has released an update to The Dark Knight website. It's similar to the previous version but now includes a menu featuring the synopsis, video, a photo gallery, and downloads such as screensavers, icons, wallpapers and posters.
In a hospital on the outskirts of 1920s Los Angeles, an injured stuntman (Pace) begins to tell a fellow patient, a little girl with a broken arm (Untaru), a fantastical story about 5 mythical heroes. Thanks to his fractured state of mind and her vivid imagination, the line between fiction and reality starts to blur as the tale advances.
It was supposed to be released on May 9th but it hasn't shown up in Austin yet. have any of you seen it… Continue
Fox has released a promotional video for its upcoming Family Guy spin-off series, The Cleveland Show.
The spot centers on a conversation between Peter Griffin and Cleveland Brown about the new show and introduces some of the new characters, including Cleveland's new children and neighbors.
I know that Will Smith('spublicist) said he's not a a follower of Scientology.
Also last year he said on 'Live with Regis and Kelly" that he and his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, were planning to start their own school. "We started home-schooling our children probably six years ago," he said. "We found about eight or nine other parents that home-school, so we…Continue
Despite selling 300 million books (second only to the "Harry Potter" series) "Goosebumps" has never been adapted for the big screen, but Columbia Pictures has just acquired rights from Scholastic Media.
"Numerous people have tried to bring 'Goosebumps' to the bigscreen, but luckily Scholastic never found the right fit," said producer Neal Moritz, who is better known for producing action fare such as "The Fast and the Furious" films,… Continue
NBC has released images from the first set of Heroes action figures scheduled for release in June of 2008.
"The drama and intrigue of 'Heroes' has captured the imagination of so many fans around the world and we are really pleased to be able to introduce these special collectibles as part of the growing 'Heroes' brand," said Kim Niemi, Senior Vice President of NBC Universal. "We are certain that the loyal 'Heroes' fans will feel that these figures reflect the action and…Continue