Dunder Mifflin's Scranton branch is about to lose its fearless leader, and the men who would replace Michael Scott are lining up in droves.
Steve Carell's departure from "The Office" is just a few weeks away, and while we wait to see if he's replaced by a pre-existing colleague or a newcomer, we can at least add a couple of new names to the speculation pile: according to Entertainment Weekly, original "Office" star Ricky Gervais and "Arrested Development" favorite Will Arnett are coming to Scranton.
Gervais and Arnett are slated to appear in the one-hour season finale this May, arriving a few weeks after Carell makes his exit. There's no word on whether or not Gervais and Arnett might cross over with the previously announced Will Ferrell, but a blogger can certainly dream.
We've waited a long time for the curtain to pull back on director J.J. Abrams and producer Steven Spielberg's upcoming summer blockbuster "Super 8," struggling through two elusive teasers that piqued our curiosity to maddening heights. Now, we've got a much better glimpse of "Super 8" on our hands thanks to the newly released trailer.
But now that the full-length trailer is here, new questions have emerged. And there's no question more important than this one: what did you think?
Tell us what you thought of the "Super 8" trailer by voting in our poll past the jump!
"Blade Runner" is making its way back into theaters with new sequels and prequels courtesy of Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment. A surprising announcement, to say the least, but equally surprising is the strong reaction we've been hearing from "Blade Runner" fans.
Some of you love this news. Some of you hate it. Either way, chances are good that if you count yourself among the many faithful "Blade Runner" loyalists, you've got an opinion on the developing continuation of the science fiction franchise.
So, what do you think? We want to hear from you, "Blade Runner" fans, so click past the jump to vote in our poll and let us know how you're reacting to the series' impending resurrection.
When it comes to the Best Actor race, no one is stammering about who's going to win.
All signs point to a decisive victory for Colin Firth, who delivered a masterful turn as a stuttering king-in-the-making in Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," on Sunday night (February 27) at the 2011 Oscars. As a veritable king himself lording over awards season, Firth's virtual sweep is likely to end this Sunday with an exclamation mark, not a stutter.
That's not to say there aren't other deserving candidates in the Best Actor category — candidates that could pull an upset and overcome the seemingly insurmountable Firth, in fact. After the jump, read our analysis and weigh in yourself by voting on YOUR pick for Best Actor!
The Oscars are just three days away now, and as the race draws to a close, it feels like it's getting tighter than ever.
In the Best Supporting categories, "The Fighter" co-stars Christian Bale and Melissa Leo were long considered the frontrunners for their categories. Lately, however, some potential spoilers have emerged. And it's like that for a lot of this year's categories — like Best Actress, an award that many believed belonged to Natalie Portman months ago.
But is she really a shoe-in for the top prize? Can someone stand in Portman's way? We're fielding that question past the jump, and asking you to join us by voting on YOUR pick for Best Actress!
We're just days away from Oscar night, and while some watchdogs have already written off this year's winners as practically predestined, we're not so sure.
Take the Best Supporting Actor and Actress categories, for example. Conventional wisdom points to a "The Fighter" sweep with Christian Bale and Melissa Leo taking home their respective awards, but are they really locked in for victory?
We're tackling that question past the jump, and asking you to join us by voting on YOUR pick for the Best Supporting Actor and Actress categories.
So, not only is Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to Hollywood, he's also reportedly considering a long-awaited comeback to the "Terminator" franchise.
A report dropped yesterday that Universal is mulling over a "Terminator 5" spearheaded by "Fast Five" director Justin Lin and his "Fast & Furious" collaborator Chris Morgan, with Schwarzenegger back behind the wheel of the series as well.
Potentially big news to be sure, but if you can cut through that initial excitement, perhaps you'll see the question I'm currently wrestling with: is this a good move for both the "Terminator" brand and for Schwarzenegger's career?
Here's some potentially good news for all you Taylor Lautner and Michael Bay fans out there: the "Twilight" star is set to collaborate with the "Transformers" director on a new, secretive film project.
Deadline has the news that Bay and Lautner have pitched their movie to studios, and considering that their untitled project is being described as "Wanted" meets "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," it's a sure bet that the film will be big, loud and action-packed.
But there are sure to be some skeptics among you who aren't wild about this idea, which begs the question: is this collaboration a good idea or a bad one? That's what we're asking YOU to answer past the jump!
With Cobra already on the rise, it's time to start looking towards "G.I. Joe 2." There's just one problem: the sequel lacks a director, following the official departure of Stephen Sommers earlier this year.
But the position won't be vacant for long, as two potential candidates have emerged: "The Italian Job" director F. Gary Gray and "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" helmer Jon M. Chu.
Latino Review got to the news first, and The Hollywood Reporter reiterated today that Gray and Chu are two of the top candidates for the "Joe" gig. Does that make either one of them the right fit for the franchise, though? You tell us – click past the jump and vote in our poll to tell us who you think should direct the "G.I. Joe" sequel!