MacGruber Lets It Dangle for Playgirl
The torturous development of Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has replaced Johnny Depp with Ewan McGregor. I still don't think it will ever happen. And I'd rather McGregor not be involved, just in case the Quixote curse takes another actor to the grave. (Empire Magazine)
Despite what was only a mediocre episode, "SNL" had its highest rated season finale in five years. Credit Betty White's momentum more than Alec Baldwin. (Flickcast)
The folks over at Nerve.com have ranked every single male character on "Lost" in terms of sexiness. All 40 of them. I hate to ruin the surprise, but Hurley didn't break the top ten. (Nerve)
Although no deal is yet in place, and George Romero won't do it without Dario Argento's approval, Romero has his sights set on remaking Argento's Deep Red. (Fangoria)
Juno Temple (Year One, Greenberg) is the latest to join the cast of Paul W.S. Anderson's Three Musketeers. (THR)
Here are a few select movie posters for Salt, Splice and Jonah Hex.