There was a real missed opportunity not having Michael Clarke Duncan, the most underrated actor in film history, as the lead of 'Planet Of The Apes.'
Someone hurry up and give us our damn Sasquatch superhero.
As someone that has spent a lot of time watching movies when he should have been sleeping/working/KFCing, I'm here to help.
Filmmakers have wasted plenty of time and resources answering questions which few asked and nobody really needs answers to.
The very likely reason we don't have 'Half-Life 3' yet is because the developers are scared fans are going to make a better version of it.
We are seeing a collision between two immutable laws of fiction which have lived side by side within the show for years.
Next time you cut someone off in traffic, you might be the inspiration for million-dollar movie franchise where everyone gets murdered.
The way Hollywood talks about incest is somehow even weirder than the idea of people wanting to get some non-strange strange.
If you're thinking about moving to Hell's Kitchen to become a blind vigilante, you better be making a lot of money.
After Christopher Nolan's 'Dark Knight' trilogy, Warner Bros. had a tough choice to make. They could give the character a rest for a little while and wait for the proper inspiration, or they could not do that at all.
As long as cinema has existed, it's always been ready, willing, and able to completely embarrass itself for cash.
The Soup Nazi was one bad decision away from the being least-quoted 'Seinfeld' character of all time.