"How does an ordinary bag of chocolate sweets become a symbol of sexual victory?"
They don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.
Two films, each to be released in sexually explicit and less explicit versions. Now with added LaBeouf.
Peter Willis is our man in Cannes. He is the co-owner of WhatCulture and will bringing you daily coverage of the 65th Cannes Film Festival. You will find him occasionally tweeting@peter_willis. It seems like Lawless might be a bit of a marmite affair. As with Drive 12 months ago, it's dividing critics right down the line. On […]
He's gonna getcha.
According to an unnamed source with good working knowledge of the Transformers films, early plans for the upcoming fourth installment are set to shake up the tone and style of the series, yet still structure it as a sequel to the three previous pictures. So, while you can expect the same robots, and imagine they'll […]
Somewhere in this story is the potential for a brilliant joke about Paul Dano drinking Shia LaBeouf's milkshake, but I'll be damned if I can articulate it in a clever way. Wes Jones' script about the young life of Republican politician Karl Rove has been hot property for a while, and it was rumoured at […]
Hannah Shaw Williams writes for Bleeding Cool: I know that many Bleeding Cool readers just can't get enough of actor Shia LaBeouf, so here's some quick updates for you to post on your fan blogs. He's made a couple of statements in interviews recently, one saying that he won't be appearing in any more Transformers […]
What is that thing? A giant cockroachy robot? Looks evil. Also seems to be in the set of Ghostbusters, judging from the left hand building. Click on it to make it huge. Use Apple to look at older images from the film.
So, forget everything I originally posted (actually, it's still at the bottom of this story, if you want to read it) and tune in to the new truth. Universal are wrapping up a contract for Jeremy Renner to star in Tony Gilroy's The Bourne Legacy as the new lead spy. According to the prior report – […]
DJ Caruso is certainly not backwards in coming forwards. While on the ongoing international press rounds for I Am Number Four, the director has been talking up the potential cast for his big screen adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's Preacher comics, way ahead of any sort of official word, or even those trade-paper favourite […]
Makes sense, right, to market Transformers movies during the NASCAR telecast. Maybe only Pixar's Cars is a better match. Here's a new commercial for the battling bots, as broadcast during today's NASCAR comings and goings. There's quite a bit of new footage – well, at least as a percentage of a 30 second advert there […]