Speed Racer may have had a poor opening weekend, but that doesn't mean the movie should be looked over. If you feel so inclined, you can read my review of the movie right here. And in case you've forgotten (of have yet to be told), check out our Entertainment forum - it's the place to be for discussing your favorite movies, TV shows, video games, and more.
Alia Shawkat (Maeby Funke on Arrested Development) has officially confirmed that a movie is being worked on. For those of you sadly ignorant about the beauty of this show, stream all of the episodes here.
Iron Man is a summer blockbuster, but is the movie any good? You can read my review to hear what I think, then go ahead and post your own opinion. Also keep in mind that our Entertainment forum is always ready to welcome new members who enjoy discussing movies, TV shows, and geeky comic books.
If you're on the fence about watching the new Judd Apatow-produced comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall, perhaps reading my review of the movie will sway you one way or the other. After reading, check out our Entertainment forum where you can discuss your favorite movies, TV shows, video games, and more.
A new song by Switchfoot titled "This is Home" will be featured in the soundtrack to the film The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. The band also shot a music video for the song, and the single will hit radio on April 25.
I wrote up a review of Cloverfield for those interested. The movie set a new record as the highest grossing weekend box office opening for a January release with $41 million. You can discuss the movie in our official Cloverfield thread; be sure to check out the Entertainment forum for more topics of interest.
I Am Legend debuted at $76.5 million, becoming the biggest December opening ever by beating out previous champ The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ($72.6 million). You can discuss the movie in our official entertainment thread and read my review here.
Progress between the WGA and the AMPTP was halted when the latter group walked away from the negotiating table. The outlook looks grim for our favorite television shows, and their immediate production seems less likely as the scripted season is coming to a close.