Just in case that Facebook movie ends up making some ca$h, Groundswell Productions has teamed with producer John Morris and bought the movie rights to Ken Auletta's book Googled: The End of the World as We Know It. The internet is the future of overly-serious biopics! While David Fincher's Facebook focuses on the conflicts that emerged among the company's young entrepreneurs and Radiohead covers, the Google film will reportedly take a look at founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page as they attempt to stay true to their "don't be evil" credo in the face of their quickly-gained power. Sounds like the Star Wars prequels, only somehow nerdier, and more forthcoming about how boring it will be.
What secrets were Mister Rogers hiding in his cardigan-filled closet? Get ready to find out it's probably just more cardigans with A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood, a biopic on the children's show host that reportedly just sold on spec to Treehouse Pictures. Details of the f... / Continue →
Yesterday brought a first look at jOBS with a short clip of Ashton Kutcher emphatic about the idea of a personal computer revolution. But if you ask Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, that's not the way that scene with Ashton Kutcher went down at all. That was not Ashton Kutcher's... / Continue →
In light of Lance Armstrong's recent interview with Oprah--in which the cyclist revealed he used performance-enhancing drugs, and that he years-ago replaced his legs with powerful gorilla arms--Paramount and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot have announced plans to develop a film chronicl... / Continue →