In I-have-nothing-to-say-to-this news, 50 Cent and Goldie Hawn enjoyed a lunch date today. Quaint! The meeting probably has something to do with Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's desire to do more movies, though I wouldn't count out a possible studio collaboration either. Goldie's a hell of a singer! For real! At any rate, this lunch date is an odd occurrence, and we need to properly caption in it. Jump in with us.
Talk about a natural action star. Already, we've seen Taylor Lautner run, jump, slide across broken glass and miraculously grow stubble in the promo materials for John Singleton's Abduction. Now, check out the Twilight alum and his co-star Lily Collins as they race full speed on a motorcycle in the latest still from Lionsgate, and most importantly, help us caption.
It only took about a year and a half, but the slow build has commenced for The Darkest Hour, the Timur Bekmambetov-produced, Chris Gorak-directed tale of five young people stranded in Moscow during an alien invasion. Among them: Emile Hirsch, who apparently got stuck in the middle of Red Square when the attack went down. Click through for a look at him in the film's first look.
The Adventures of Tintin won't premiere for five months, but that doesn't mean the publicity machine can't get an early start. In addition to a splashy panel at Comic-Con -- one that will allow Steven Spielberg to pop his 'Con cherry -- the film has gotten the photocall treatment from Getty Images. Spielberg, producer Peter Jackson (wearing shorts for the occasion) and a stuffed animal version of Snowy (Tintin's trusty sidekick) were photographed at the Hotel Royal Monceau Raffle in Paris on Tuesday, and that calls for a caption contest.
You have to wonder where Jason Momoa, the new star of Conan the Barbarian, will end up. Will he go on to star in numerous worldwide blockbusters, spawn a lifetime of impersonations and wind up as the governor of the great state of California? Or will he be the next Fabio, a soft-core fantasy and fake butter salesman? Judging from the first official still from Marcus Nispel's reboot of Conan, bet money on the latter. And because any remake of Conan the Barbarian deserves the highest level of respect, Movieline is once again calling you -- dear reader -- into service. After the jump check out the first official image from Conan the Barbarian and caption it to your heart's desire.