The Olympic Games is just not only an opportunity for countries to set aside their differences and engage each other in friendly games; it is also a prime opportunity for companies to advertise their brands.
Who hasn't felt bruised and battered after a long trip? The good news is, some one may have found a solution. The bad, it does need some work before it becomes usable.
Danielle Panabaker ("Sky High") has been cast as the girlfriend of a character played Travis van Winkle. She'll the be female lead in the twelfth big screen feature starring the hockey-masked serial killer, Jason Voorhees, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Chalk Barry Sonnenfeld, director of "Men In Black" and a couple of other films, as someone who doesn't get the internet.
He told National Association of Broadcasters attendees in Las Vegas that the internet is so hypnotic and pervasive that kids today are growing up with no sense of privacy.
The title of the new "X-Files" movie will be "The X-Files: I Want to Believe," the AP has learned. The movie will be in theaters July 25, with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson returning as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
Variety is reporting that DreamWorks has landed the rights to "Ghost in the Shell," which it intends to produce into a live-action 3D (as in stereo) movie.
Universal and Sony was also pursuing the rights, but Steven Spielberg took a personal interest in the property and won over the rights holder.
After thinking he could get away with not paying his taxes, Wesley Snipe is facing up to three 3 years in prison and a $5 million dollar fine. He was convicted in a Florida court this Tuesday for failing to file federal tax returns for years 1999-2001.
Bill Cosby has been very critical of rap music in the past for its profanity and misogyny. But if you can't beat them, join them. The Associated Press has learned that he will be releasing his own album, titled "Cosby Narratives Vol. 1: State of Emergency," this May.
According to IGN Movies, Jackie Chan told MTV that he had agreed to do another movie with Chris Tucker, except it wouldn't be another "Rush Hour."
Chan was quoted saying, "It's like two days ago when Chris Tucker called me. We sat down and decided we want to do another movie. Not a 'Rush Hour' -- something new."