There can be only one melodramatic movie to reign over the Christmas season. Django Unchained vs. Les Misérables Fight!
From JLo to Neil Diamond, the most inane fame on Twitter today.
So just how exactly does Samuel L. Jackson feel about Romney in office? “Hell no, motherf**kers!”
When he’s not talking to Siri, he uses his iPhone to tweet hilarious, profane Olympic commentary.
Profanity riddled celebrity tweets just sound so much more pleasant when read by an old lady who just finished baking cookies.
Christopher Waltz teams up with Jamie Foxx as an abolitionist out to help a slave rescue his wife from a plantation owner in Quentin Tarantino’s take on the old south. Don’t expect historical accuracy, but do expect Tarantio’s trademark violence.
Samuel L. Jackson has already done his time in Star Wars, but perhaps his skills could have been put to better use in the prequels. Because when Darth Vader ask for a bite of your Big Kahuna burger, you don’t ask questions.
Childhood fantasies come to startling four-color life in this loud and lively battle cry for the 2012 summer movie season.
Check out some behind the scenes images for the upcoming blockbuster Marvel’s The Avengers. The all-star cast includes Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner and Tom Hiddleston. In Theaters May 4th.
Bombs almost go boom in these tense action thrillers (and one Best Picture Oscar winner). Let the countdown begin on Netflix.
Voodoo reality show contestants, Tom Selleck’s ‘stache, Charlie Sheen and Kenny Powers – it’s a battle royale for the top spot in our funniest videos of the year.
Sharks get smarter and faster after Saffron Burrows starts messing with their brains in this completely ridiculous and endlessly entertaining creature feature.
The final stand-alone character adventure before next summer’s Marvel mash-up, The Avengers, is a highly enjoyable, often rousing and deeply satisfying comic book fable.
God Bless America: Superheroes, Sex and Single Parenting. Summer nears its home stretch with Captain America: The First Avenger, Friends With Benefits and A Little Help.
Quentin Tarantino’s masterful, multi-layered tale of crime and redemption has somehow gotten even better with age.