The Lone Ranger never decides if it’s targeting racist adults or kids who like slapstick and poop jokes, so it misses the mark on all counts. More
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There’s nothing more fun than sitting around with celebrities and telling wacky sex stories. Except when the celebrity is Arnie Hammer and his wacky sex story isn’t so much wacky as it is absolutely terrifying. More
The trailer for The Lone Ranger actually looks pretty good…aside from the wildly distracting, blatant racism of Johnny Depp‘s stereotypical Native American character Tonto. More
If you, like me, watched the first trailer for The Lone Ranger and thought it could do with a little less talk about trains and a litte more action, you will be happy to know that the second trailer contains a way better preview of the awesomeness the movie contains. More
In a news story so heartwarming that you’ll be tempted to crash your car outside Armie Hammer’s house and convince him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is necessary, the star on the rise stopped his car on Monday to help victims of a car accident. More
Since Armie Hammer has already prepped to play Batman before (in 2007), it would make a hell of a lot of sense to cast him again in Justice League America. Plus, he’s famous now! More
The official trailer for Disney’s The Lone Ranger is here, and it’s got all of the high drama, cultural insensitivity, and anachronistic rock music we’ve come to expect from our modern old timey adventure movies. More
Rumor has it Lionsgate has suddenly narrowed the Finnick Odair casting race down to three contenders… but why are two of them ideal and one isn’t even in their league? More
After some intensive Googling, we’ve come up with seven candidates for Catching Fire‘s hunky District 4 victor based on fan campaigns and celebrity tweets. Chris Zylka wants to play Finnick Odair, Jesse Williams could be persuaded, and Zac Efron has no clue. Here’s everything you need to know. More
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Unlike reality TV stars, fairy tales never get old, so we’re excited about the whole Snow White fever. Mirror Mirror, a new twist to the classic Snow White fairy tale, is a family film enjoyable for children and adults of all ages alike. There are many reasons why we are excited about the film’s premiere on March 30: the movie has already rocked social media with its marketing campaign, Lily Collins gets to wear some spectacular and over-the-top outfits, we get some Prince Charming eye-candy with hottie Armie Hammer and the Evil Queen is played by Julia Roberts. That’s a fresh and funny retelling of the Snow White legend.
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The Mirror Mirror folks have surprised us: In this promotional video, the Evil Queen (Julia Roberts) searches through medieval versions of Google, YouTube, and even Pinterest to try and stop Snow White (Lily Collins) from becoming the fairest in all the land. And it’s pretty funny! More
Here’s the first photo from Disney’s The Lone Ranger! Armie Hammer says he feels like he’s a kid playing cowboy, and Johnny Depp talks about the equal footing between their characters The Lone Ranger and Tonto. More
The awkward moment where you find a new actor (like Armie Hammer or Freida Pinto) to crush on, only to find out that s/he has been happily married for ages. More
It’s so difficult to make a self-aware medieval comedy. For the best success, you go with low-key humor like in the classic The Princess Bride. But many studios today want jokes that are circa 2011 (never mind that they’ll be dated later) or so much slapstick that the characters’ nuances get lost for a cheap laugh. The Shrek movies excelled at this, but their live-action counterparts have mostly failed: Ella Enchanted, Your Highness, Black Knight. More