A press release by the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences (via Deadline) confirmed that Anne Hathaway and James Franco are set to host this years Oscar ceremony. This will be perfect, because last years pairing of Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin did so well, right? RIGHT? Regardless, continue on after the break to find out why this might be one of the most awkward Oscar telecasts in history. And I assure you, it will be.
The combination of Will Ferrell and CGI superheroes was more than Iron Man could handle, as "Megamind" conquered Robert Downey Jr.'s "Due Date" at the box office for the weekend ending November 7, 2010. The animated flick from Dreamworks bowed to an opening of nearly $50 million.
A few months before X-Men Origins: Wolverine a leaked print hit the internet. Many people watched it but only one person was ignorant enough to review it. He worked as a critic for Fox News and lost his job as a result of his own moronic behavior.
I’m very proud to see the Director’s Guild of America making history. For the first time in its 62 years, the DGA has finally awarded its top honor, the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, to a female director, none other than Kathryn Bigelow, who helmed the visceral and gritty war film “The Hurt Locker”, an almost docu-style film that follows a member of the Army’s Explosive Ordinance Disposal team through a rotation in Iraq.
DreamWorks is apparently closing the door on its beloved franchise Shrek with its fourth iteration: Shrek Forever After. I say this is the last one because both the newly released poster and trailer specifically mention this is the ‘final chapter’. For me this isn’t a bad thing, as I hate seeing great franchises go downhill because of one to many mediocre sequels.