So, Shia LaBeouf directed a music video for Marilyn Manson's "Born Villain." It is so disturbing that Jen Yamato covered her eyes, I shrieked for ten seconds and a Nazi soldier applauded. (All three of those things actually happened, although one happened in the video and the other two happened at Movieline HQ.) So rather than let you watch this Jodorowsky-themed horror video alone, we live-blogged the six-minute spectacle so that we could experience it together. Warning: The 18+ rating is well-deserved.
The alleged greatest 3-D film ever made held its world premiere today in Moscow, where Michael Bay and his Transformers: Dark of the Moon cast swept into town to kick-off the Moscow International Film Festival. Hit the jump to ogle Shia LaBeouf, Tyrese Gibson, Josh Duhamel, John Malkovich, McDreamy himself, the guys from Linkin Park, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's sheer couture number on the red carpet.
Michael Bay's Transformers: Dark of the Moon promises some thrilling wingsuited, skydiving action, and in a new behind the scenes featurette you can learn more about the daring sky jumpers tapped to execute film's aerial stunts. Also: Paramount's released more pictures of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in peril and Shia LaBeouf sliding down a building, so happy Transformers Wednesday!
Physician-turned-comedian Ken Jeong (AKA Dr. Ken) got his start on the big screen with comic bits in films like Knocked Up, Pineapple Express, and Role Models, but he made his most memorable on-screen appearance in Todd Phillips' 2009 surprise hit The Hangover as a flamboyant gangster named Chow. This week in The Hangover Part II, Jeong returns to cause more mayhem on the streets of Bangkok with an entrance that manages to one-up the shocking sight of springing, fully nude, from the trunk of a Mercedes.