Weekly Ketchup: Dreamworks Announces 12-film Schedule for 2013-2016

Plus, new roles for Al Pacino, Tobey Maguire, and Elizabeth Banks, plus a Brave Little Toaster remake.

This week, Hollywood finally started to recover from their long two-week lapse in movie development news due to the end of summer, including Labor Day weekend. Bouncing back from this near hiatus, Hollywood has given us new movies featuring Brad Pitt, three different stories involving CGI animation, a few unnecessary remakes, and biopics about the lives of Emily Dickinson and Coach Joe Paterno.


This Week's Top Story

DREAMWORKS ANIMATION ANNOUNCES AN AMBITIOUS TWELVE FILM SCHEDULE FOR 2013-2016

Normally, animated films are announced one at a time (like most movies), but this week DreamWorks Animation revealed their release schedule for 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016, and in doing so, provided a more concrete idea of what they're planning. In the year 2013, DreamWorks will give us the caveman comedy The Croods, the snail racing adventure Turbo, and the 1960s TV cartoon adaptation Mr. Peabody & Sherman, all of which were previously announced, including production images you can Google. In 2014, DreamWorks' plans include Me and My Shadow (which blends traditional animation with CGI), the sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2, and Happy Smekday!, which is an adaptation of a 2011 children's book (The True Meaning of Smekday) about a future in which the human race has been enslaved by an alien race. For 2015, there's the spinoff The Penguins of Madagascar, the toy adaptation Trolls about those creepy little bug eyed dolls that were popular back in the 1960s-1970s, and B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations, which is speculated to be sort of like Men in Black but for ghosts, spirits and wraiths. Finally, there are just two movies slated for 2016 (with a third probably not yet announced), which are Kung Fu Panda 3 and How to Train Your Dragon 3.

Fresh Developments This Week

#1 BRAD PITT WANTS TO TELL YOU ABOUT IBM AND THE HOLOCAUST

Brad Pitt is producing a feature film adaptation of the NYT bestselling non-fiction book IBM and the Holocaust, which as the title suggests, is about how IBM assisted the Nazis in the 1930s in identifying the Jews to help facilitate their extermination. The feelgood movie of the year, this probably will not be. An adaptation of the book had formerly been silently in development at HBO, but now Brad Pitt is shopping it around to studios and production companies as a theatrical feature film that he may star in, to help sell what is obviously a very heavy and more-than-potentially controversial subject. While it was at HBO, the script was adapted by Marcus Hinchey, cowriter of the 2010 Ryan Gosling film All Good Things, and it appears that it is still Hinchey's script that Brad Pitt is shopping around town. IBM and the Holocaust isn't, however, the only story set in 1930s Germany that made the news this week. Although he was just mentioned two weeks ago in this column as the director of a comedy called Will, Michel Hazanavicius made the news again this week for being in talks to direct another film. Tom Hanks is producing and will star in In the Garden of Beasts, which is an adaptation of a non-fiction book about the U.S. ambassador to Germany during the late 1930s. Natalie Portman is also in consideration to play the daughter of the ambassador, who will be played by Hanks himself.


#2 THAT SEQUEL TO HOPE AND GLORY THE WORLD'S BEEN CLAMORING FOR FINALLY ARRIVES AS QUEEN AND COUNTRY

There are certain genres of movies that are particularly conducive to sequels, like horror flicks, comedies, superhero movies, etc. Decidedly unlike any of those is the 1987 family dramedy Hope and Glory, which was written and directed by John Boorman (Deliverance, Excalibur) about his own childhood experience during the Blitz in London during WWII. That film will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this November, and at the same time, Boorman will be continuing to work on a sequel to be called Queen and Country. Caleb Landry Jones (Banshee from X-Men: First Class) has been cast as the older Bill Rowan in a story set during the Korean War that will also reference Queen Elizabeth's coronation in 1952. Filming of Queen and Country is expected to start soon, and then Caleb Landry Jones will reunite again with director John Boorman on a science fiction project called Broken Dream.


#3 UNIVERSAL PICTURES IS LITERALLY DOUBLING DOWN ON SEQUELS

This story is more about the big picture, but it does include a couple of details about specific movies. The headline here is that the CEO of NBC/Universal (Steve Burke) said this week that Universal Pictures is going to focus in the near future more on "franchises and animation." Two sequels that were mentioned as examples were the fifth film in the Bourne franchise (which is rumored to possibly feature both Jeremy Renner and Matt Damon), and Ted 2, the sequel to this summer's hit from Seth McFarlane and Mark Wahlberg. This emphasis on sequels at Universal may have been predictable when one considers how quickly Kick-Ass 2: Balls to the Wall went from being possibly forever shelved to being cast and in production within just a few months. As for the animation half of this story, Universal Pictures is expected to ramp up their animated slate from two movies every three years to two movies every year. The bulk (indeed, probably the entirety) of those animated movies are expected to come from Illumination Entertainment. Illumination certainly has enough projects in development to meet this new demand, including The Addams Family, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Curious George, Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat, Emily the Strange, and Woody Woodpecker.


#4 CYNTHIA NIXON: FROM SEX AND THE CITY TO PLAYING EMILY DICKINSON IN A QUIET PASSION

Director/screenwriter Terence Davies (The House of Mirth, The Deep Blue Sea) recently wrote a screenplay about the life of 19th century poet Emily Dickinson called A Quiet Passion, with a very specific actress in mind. This week in Toronto, it was announced that the actress was Cynthia Nixon (Miranda from Sex and the City), and that she has signed on to star in the independent biopic drama. The film will cover Dickinson's entire life "from precocious schoolgirl to the tortured recluse who saw only seven of her more than 1,000 poems pubished in her lifetime." And now, let's finish this story with a quote from the 2009 Robin Williams movie, World's Greatest Dad, responding to a question from a student about whether Emily Dickinson was "hot:" "She was a Victorian. If you like your buttoned-down girls, she was one of them." Quoting Bobcat Goldthwait about whether Emily Dickinson was hot was why the Internet was given to us.


#5 TOBEY MAGUIRE AND FOX ANIMATION TEAM UP FOR CARDBOARD

Once upon a time, there was no fancy CGI animation, and children usually had to imagine their own wonders. Now, Tobey Maguire is teaming up with Fox Animation to produce a CGI animated movie about that exact topic, which of course, has the potential to be ironic, but only if the finished film isn't aware of that very contradiction. Cardboard will be an adaptation of a graphic novel by Doug TenNapel about a little boy whose broke father gives him a cardboard box for his birthday, which the boy then imagines comes to life, leading to an adventure of the imagination. Tobey Maguire might also provide his voice (probably as the father?). Cardboard, if it moves forward, is being eyed as a possible directing job for Chris Wedge (Ice Age, Robots). Cardboard is the third project that Doug TenNapel has sold to Hollywood, after two adaptations in development at Disney called Ghostopolis and Monster Zoo.


#6 AL PACINO GOES FROM JACK KEVORKIAN TO JOE PATERNO

Al Pacino may have thought he played a divisive real life character when he starred in HBO's You Don't Know Jack as Dr. Jack Kevorkian, but the movie that was announced this week might make that look like... a movie that isn't controversial. Al Pacino's name is attached to a film project that is being shopped around Hollywood that is based on the currently bestselling book Paterno by Joe Posanski, about the life of longtime Penn State football coach Joe Paterno. Ever since his death, there have been expectations that Paterno's story would be adapted as a feature film eventually, basically because his story so closely matches a traditional three-act character arc. Paterno became "the winningest coach in college football history," and then just as his legacy seemed entirely ensured, a horrible scandal brought it all down, to the point that Penn State actually removed his statue recently. This writer could get into more detail as to what the film's third act will probably entail, but he just ate, thanks. There's no writer or director attached yet, and as of this writing, it's still only being shopped around. As for the idea itself of Pacino playing Paterno... well, they do sort of resemble each other, and their names are similar.


#7 ELIZABETH BANKS AND DIANE LANE KNOW EVERY SECRET THING

Independent documentary filmmaker Amy Berg (Deliver Us from Evil, West of Memphis) is making the transition to independent drama with a crime story called Every Secret Thing, to be produced by actress Frances McDormand. Elizabeth Banks and Diane Lane are attached to star, but it's unclear what their roles will be, as the premise seems to describe lead characters who are much younger than they are: "At 11-years-old, Ronnie and Alice were convicted for the murder of a baby and were incarcerated until they turned 18. Now newly released and replete with psychological problems, each attempts to adjust to life outside juvenile detention... when children start to go missing. As the police turn their attention to Ronnie and Alice, the mystery surrounding the original murder and their roles in it takes the fore." Filming of Every Secret Thing is scheduled to start in February, 2013.

Rotten Ideas of the Week

#2 BORN FREE AND BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER BOTH TO GET UNNECESSARY REMAKES

This story concerns two family friendly movies that were released in 1966 and 1987. Let me inject a little autobiographical information here: as someone born in 1970, this writer was born too late to experience the pop culture sensation that was Born Free directly, and by the time Brave Little Toaster came out, I was too old to claim that it was an important part of my childhood (I was 17). The reason this gets mentioned is that most of the online writers who covered this news the week that both properties are being targeted for remakes by the same company seem to really treasure Brave Little Toaster as part of their youth. Whereas, this specific writer (me), is stuck in the middle, and quite frankly, I'm actually more familiar with Born Free because it was rerun on TV quite a bit during the 1970s. Anyway, here's the very brief facts: Born Free was released in 1966, and told the true story of a couple in Africa who raised an orphaned lion cub to eventually become Elsa the Lioness, who is released happily back into the wild (presumably). This week brought the news that producer Steve Waterman, one of the people behind both the Stuart Little and Alvin and the Chipmunks film franchises, wants to remake Born Free as a movie told from the perspective of Elsa the Lioness herself. As for Brave Little Toaster (the original of which was one of the first films that Pixar's John Lasseter was involved with), the plan appears to be to update the animation as a combination of CGI and live action. The story appears to be about five household appliances going off on an adventure; at least, that's what I read on Wikipedia, to be completely honest. Regardless, the idea of Born Free and/or Brave Little Toaster being updated all Alvin and the Chipmunks style doesn't seem like it could possibly be considered a "fresh development," and so here we are.


#1 ALL OF ME, WHY MUST THEY REMAKE ALL OF ME? CAN'T THEY SEE, IT'S A ROTTEN I-DE-A?

DreamWorks is "quietly" developing a remake of the 1984 comedy hit All of Me, about Lily Tomlin's ghost possessing the body of Steve Martin. All of Me was also directed by Carl Reiner, and currently has a RT Tomatometer score of 90%. This isn't the first time a studio considered remaking the film; at one time, New Line Cinema almost made one that would have starred Queen Latifah, back in the era when Queen Latifah regularly headlined major studio comedies. Whatever one thinks of that, the DreamWorks remake has an even lamer twist. In this remake, instead of it being the ghost of a woman inside a man, it would be a ghost of a man inside of a man. In other words, the premise is being fundamentally changed to the point where it no longer even resembles All of Me at all. However, the title would remain the same, and the legacy of the original film would still be tainted. The screenwriters of this All of Me remake are Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, whose recent film was The Vow, which is "Rotten" on the RT Tomatometer with a score of 30%.

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Comments

The.Watcher

The Watcher

00 - Meh. Some of these cartoons that Dreamworks released these past few years have been getting good reviews. They don't interest me, personally, but I guess this will be perceived as a good thing for animation fans, so cool.

01 - Sounds interesting. I wasn't aware of the IBM connection. My guess is that IBM will have a PR nightmare after this film hits the circuits and creates a shit-storm. Pitt's consistently involved in great projects (though WWZ looks a little suspect,) so I have high hopes.

02 - Never saw the original, don't want to, don't care.

03 - Still haven't seen either one of these, Ted because I don't pay to watch comedies in theatres, and Bourne cos I heard it was shit. I'll watch 'em both when they hit teh internetz and have an opinion of the possible sequels then... but even so I hope they do end up bringing Damon back. Bourne movies without Bourne are a little weird.

04 - Meh. Who cares? Not to disrespect Dickenson's work, but is anyone clamoring for biopic of her life? Recluse was she, fantastic piece of cinema make that does not.

05 - Hey look at that picture! Emo Parker's back. As for the news: eh. Like I said, don't really care about CGI cartoons.

06 - Awesome. Pacino is a great actor (him playing Dr Death was fascinating,) and seeing him tackle Joe "Shhh, look the other way" Paterno would be interesting.

07 - Doesn't sound interesting in the least.

08 & 09 - Fuck it. I'm out.

Sep 14 - 05:52 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

but EVERYBODY knows that IBM continued supporting the Nazis during WWII and Joseph Kennedy (John F. Kennedy's father) in part financed Adolph Hitler prior to Germany's annexation of Austria; I find it highly annoying that it takes a mainstream figure like Brad Pitt to legitimize facts that have been voiced for decades.

Sep 15 - 04:52 PM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

I didn't know it. I'm sure there are many people like me, perhaps those in other countries, like me, again, that never studied American history.

Sep 15 - 05:14 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

To be fair, WWII is World History, not merely American History.

Sep 15 - 10:45 PM

The.Watcher

The Watcher

WW2, especially on the European front (and some African with Mussolini) I am very familiar with, being that I'm Russian, and Russia had arguably the biggest role in that unfortunate event. I am familiar with some US history as well, specifically after Pearl Harbour... but I don't know a lot of the details, such as the IBM thing.

Sep 15 - 11:15 PM

Christopher Kulik

Christopher Kulik

Universal wants to celebrate its 100th anniversary by remaking every movie in their library? Hell, they even hired the Duplass Brothers to update the Bernard Slade play-turned-film "Same Time, Next Year," which Universal released back in 1978. It got several Academy Award nominations, although it didn't exactly set the box office ablaze. Next year they are giving us THE BLACK LAGOON, a remake of the legendary creature feature...will it be in 3D this time you think??????????

Sep 14 - 05:57 PM

Bram S.

Bram Sterling

I don't really like most DreamWorks films, so none of those films really interest me.

Sep 14 - 08:26 PM

Alberto Zeeky

Alberto Zeeky

Honestly Universal? A sequel to Ted? Don't get me wrong I loved the movie but this is pure cash grab money. I really hope Seth McFarlane doesn't green light the sequel unless he's positive that they have a story to go with that is definitely going to be worth it... sort of how I feel about the impending sequel to 21 Jump Street.

The whole next Bourne movie sounds intriguing, I haven't seen the movie but I've heard that Jason's character is mentioned quite a bit throughout the movie and of course if they can bring a better script for the film (which I also heard was one of the biggest issues in Legacy) that it could be very impressive, I am a fan of Renner so I'd hope they could incorporate both characters.

As for the all the animation craze, outside of Kung Fu Panda and HTTYD the only other remotely semi-interesting idea announced is Penguins from Madagascar... they were one of the best side characters in the Madagascar series, but spin-off's are always a toss up with quality. I'll also save my judgements on Turbo until seeing some sort of trailer but that film has been announced for awhile.

Oh, and if Universal dares to put out a garbage Addams Family film I'll welcome a pipe bomb to blow up the films before they can be distributed.

Sep 14 - 09:08 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

What major wide release movie isn't at it's heart a cash grab? Cracks me up that people don't realise the movie industry is an industry. No one in the history of cinema has ever said, lets put a movie in 2,000 theaters, drop 20 mil and waste 6 months of a thousand peoples time on the hope that it loses a buttload!!!! Studio's are always out for money, we can only hope they go for quality as a means of getting it and/or spend their profits on quality smaller projects.

Sep 15 - 04:22 AM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Good for Brad for bringing the issue of American corporate support for the Third Reich to popular consciousness. IBM did in fact design the machines used to tabulate people's personal records (including their lineages) and keep the "trains" running on time. Now if only we can throw GE, Coca Cola, the Chase and Morgan banks, Standard Oil, both GM and Ford, DuPont and ITT (all heavily invested in Nazi industry right up until Pearl Harbor) plus such heavyweight fascist supporters like W.R. Hearst, Charles Limbergh, John Rockefeller, Allen Dulles and Prescott Bush (daddy of HW and granddaddy or W, who was linked to a plot to stage a coup against FDR in 1933 and establish a fascist government in America. Do you think Hitler was TIME's Man of the Year in 1938 for his good looks? Henry Ford had been supporting his political career since the 1920s) into the mix, then maybe we can see a more accurate picture of the degree to which the Third Reich was subsidized by American industry at the time. Oh, well, profit over principle. Good thing we don't do things like that anymore (*looks scornfully at Universal* - that's right, bad as Nazis with your War on Originality!)

"Hope and Glory" was a fantastic film. Just saying, in case you haevn't seen it. It's a lot funnier than the name and poster implies.

Can I recommend Gary Busey as Sandusky?

"All of Me" only really worked because of the excellent physical comedy of Steve Martin and the chemistry of him with Lily Tomlin. Just saying. The film isn't interesting until you get some actual talent involved.

Sep 14 - 10:56 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

You had me right up until you compared sequelitis to Nazism. Sorry, just one of my pet peeves. Outside of the Slave Trade and The Inquisition virtually nothing in human history comes close to the pure monsterousness of the Holocaust and comparisons thrown around these days show a profound lack of comprehension of that fact and trivialize something that we should never forget the lesson of. Sorry if this comes across as "going off on you", but like I said it's one of my pet peeves and I just really hate to see it, especially from someone as clearly intelligent as I think you are.

Sep 15 - 04:35 AM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

but then you regularly vote Republican which is an anti-Semitic political party; "Cantor Suggests Anti-Semitism Is A Problem Within The House GOP Caucus" . . . By Annie-Rose Strasser and Scott Keyes on Apr 19, 2012 at 11:15 am;

Sep 15 - 04:58 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Sadly, Gordon and believe me I hate to legitimately engage your ignorance in conversation but you don't know how I regularly vote except what I've told you i.e. I voted for John McCain once. Secondly claiming the GOP is anti-semetic is hilarious since Republican's are much more vocal about their support for Isreal than President Obama has been. Why would anti-Semite's invest so much money and effort in the survival of the world's only Jewish state? Actually to claim any American political party is anti-semetic is ridiculous since 1945. I think you'll find that most people Democrat and Republican in general only agree with about 65-80% of their chosen parties agenda. Unfortunately no one has figured out yet how to break that Binopoly, but it's coming and I sincerely hope it gets here soon so idiots like you can cease dividing us with your rhetoric because even though your idea's are stupid in the extreme and more than likely the result of either a brain tumor or a dependence on mood altering drugs their are still a sizeable portion of the population (usually among that 20-35% who blindly follow party dogma to the letter) who feed off this type of garbage or at least it's gussy'd up cousin spewed from folks like Al Franken or Anne Coulter.

Sep 16 - 01:17 AM

Dave J

Dave J

WTF Gordon, are you going to keep "scolding" Bigbrother on a movie site just because he at one time voted for a Republican- I mean get a life! If you want people to vote a specific party then I have to say this is not the type of place to do it on since they're plenty of other sites you can go to!

Sep 18 - 02:23 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

My humor can sometimes be dry, and my transitions from serious to humorous can sometimes be abrupt, but I honestly think it's not difficult to see that the comparison with Universal was facetious. For the record, no, I don't actually think Universal are just as bad as those who seek to assert a military and ethnic hegemony in the world.

Sep 15 - 10:48 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Sorry for missing the joke, though I'm glad to hear it clarified that you were being humorous. For clarity's sake in the future could I suggest a "lol", ":)" or a good ol' hardy "Nazi Bazinga" :)

Sep 16 - 01:20 AM

Mitch Jones

Mitch Jones

I love the Gary Busey idea. At this point if he doesn't play Sandusky I can only be disappointed.

Sep 15 - 10:02 AM

Cal Doritosaurus

Cal Doritosaurus

Interesting that Kung Fu Panda 3 will be coming out a whole five years after the last one. By today's standards, that's a pretty huge gap.

Sep 14 - 11:56 PM

Frisby2007

Frisby 2007

Top News:

I read traditional animation on there, & I was hyped! The only interesting news on this week (for what it's worth).

Sep 15 - 01:40 AM

Willem DaPerson

Willem DaPerson

I'm gonna cry if How To Train Your Dragon 2 sucks....

Sep 15 - 02:31 AM

Billy B.

Billy Barnett

Why would it? Kung Fu Panda 2 didn't

Sep 15 - 06:21 AM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

What major wide release movie isn't at it's heart a cash grab? Cracks me up that people don't realise the movie industry is an industry. No one in the history of cinema has ever said, lets put a movie in 2,000 theaters, drop 20 mil and waste 6 months of a thousand peoples time on the hope that it loses a buttload!!!! Studio's are always out for money, we can only hope they go for quality as a means of getting it and/or spend their profits on quality smaller projects.

Sep 15 - 04:22 AM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Kinda interested in how they do this Joe Paterno movie, the balance they strike on it. I have a feeling this close to the scandal you're almost gonna have to go negative, but how do you do that and tell the story of a guy who for essentially 60 years plus was considered a borderline saint. Not saying it shouldn't be negative, I for one fully believe the one act of turning a blind eye probably outweighs the good he did in life, just wondering how they're gonna play the massive contrast in Paterno's life pre-Scandal and post?

Sep 15 - 04:26 AM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

You had me right up until you compared sequelitis to Nazism. Sorry, just one of my pet peeves. Outside of the Slave Trade and The Inquisition virtually nothing in human history comes close to the pure monsterousness of the Holocaust and comparisons thrown around these days show a profound lack of comprehension of that fact and trivialize something that we should never forget the lesson of. Sorry if this comes across as "going off on you", but like I said it's one of my pet peeves and I just really hate to see it, especially from someone as clearly intelligent as I think you are.

Sep 15 - 04:35 AM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

but then you regularly vote Republican which is an anti-Semitic political party; "Cantor Suggests Anti-Semitism Is A Problem Within The House GOP Caucus" . . . By Annie-Rose Strasser and Scott Keyes on Apr 19, 2012 at 11:15 am;

Sep 15 - 04:58 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Sadly, Gordon and believe me I hate to legitimately engage your ignorance in conversation but you don't know how I regularly vote except what I've told you i.e. I voted for John McCain once. Secondly claiming the GOP is anti-semetic is hilarious since Republican's are much more vocal about their support for Isreal than President Obama has been. Why would anti-Semite's invest so much money and effort in the survival of the world's only Jewish state? Actually to claim any American political party is anti-semetic is ridiculous since 1945. I think you'll find that most people Democrat and Republican in general only agree with about 65-80% of their chosen parties agenda. Unfortunately no one has figured out yet how to break that Binopoly, but it's coming and I sincerely hope it gets here soon so idiots like you can cease dividing us with your rhetoric because even though your idea's are stupid in the extreme and more than likely the result of either a brain tumor or a dependence on mood altering drugs their are still a sizeable portion of the population (usually among that 20-35% who blindly follow party dogma to the letter) who feed off this type of garbage or at least it's gussy'd up cousin spewed from folks like Al Franken or Anne Coulter.

Sep 16 - 01:17 AM

Dave J

Dave J

WTF Gordon, are you going to keep "scolding" Bigbrother on a movie site just because he at one time voted for a Republican- I mean get a life! If you want people to vote a specific party then I have to say this is not the type of place to do it on since they're plenty of other sites you can go to!

Sep 18 - 02:23 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

My humor can sometimes be dry, and my transitions from serious to humorous can sometimes be abrupt, but I honestly think it's not difficult to see that the comparison with Universal was facetious. For the record, no, I don't actually think Universal are just as bad as those who seek to assert a military and ethnic hegemony in the world.

Sep 15 - 10:48 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Sorry for missing the joke, though I'm glad to hear it clarified that you were being humorous. For clarity's sake in the future could I suggest a "lol", ":)" or a good ol' hardy "Nazi Bazinga" :)

Sep 16 - 01:20 AM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

Excellent news on the WWII front this week. 3 movie's that all sound like they have solid foundations. Particularly interested in the Tom Hanks/Natalie Portman vehicle directed by Michel Hazanavicius. Tom Hanks is to WWII what Kevin Costner is to baseball and Ashton Kutcher is to failure.

Sep 15 - 04:43 AM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

Why did you vote for Sarah Palin in 2008? (do you intend to vote for Mitt Romney on November 6?)

Sep 15 - 04:39 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

Why did you vote for Sarah Palin in 2008? (do you intend to vote for Mitt Romney on November 6?)

Sep 15 - 04:39 PM

Bigbrother

Big Brother

and Gordon Terry is to anal chicanery.

Sep 17 - 05:04 PM

Billy B.

Billy Barnett

Why would it? Kung Fu Panda 2 didn't

Sep 15 - 06:21 AM

Billy B.

Billy Barnett

The only thing here that interests me are the Dreamworks movies.
Kinda sad when you think about it, whats happening to Hollywood? The rest of these I don't care about.

Sep 15 - 06:25 AM

Mitch Jones

Mitch Jones

I love the Gary Busey idea. At this point if he doesn't play Sandusky I can only be disappointed.

Sep 15 - 10:02 AM

Kadeem S.

Kadeem Stewart

Don't even think about remaking The Brave Little Toaster. It's one of my favorite Disney movies.

Sep 15 - 11:16 AM

ap sirius

karl anderson

I cant wait for the sequel....dirty little george forman grille

Sep 16 - 07:41 PM

Paul Hayes

Paul Hayes

fucking hell these twats cant tell an original story anymore. I , sticking to irish and british cinema till they sort their shit out.

Sep 15 - 02:49 PM

Gordon Franklin Terry Sr

Gordon Terry

Why did you vote for Sarah Palin in 2008? (do you intend to vote for Mitt Romney on November 6?)

Sep 15 - 04:39 PM

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