Last night, the TWoP staff were busy little beavers, building damns (and other mild cuss words) to create the snarkiest coverage of the Oscars to be found on the Internet. Not only did we Liveblog the entire event, commenting on each and every moment of the show worth noting, we also have a guide to the Best and Worst Moments! Fashion your thing? Or maybe just making fun of what people are wearing? Then check out our gallery of the Best and Worst Fashions of the night! It's breathtakingly judgmental and resplendent! And, of course, to simply see who won everything without the snark, click here.
This Friday, the latest big-budget superhero movie hits theaters, and... well, a bunch of people have already seen it, thanks to a leaked bootleg copy, minus a lot of special effects. We haven't seen the bootleg ourselves -- and if we did, we certainly wouldnt tell anybody about it -- but we've seen enough trailers and teaser footage to give us a pretty good idea of what's going on. Plus, we've read enough X-Men comics to choke an industrial paper shredder, which makes us highly qualified to create a field guide to the super-powered mutants who will be popping up (and popping claws) in the latest X-movie. Only a few have been seen on the big screen before, and even they may not be so familiar anymore, as they're played by different actors. Check out all the new faces in out X-Men Origins: Wolverine gallery!
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Summer is almost here! You may disagree with us, saying June is still over a month a away, but Hollywood would disagree with you. The summer movie season starts May 1, with the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and it doesn't let up until August! Because we know it's so hard to keep track of what's coming out when, we've begun creating our hand-dandy photo guides to the big releases, starting with one guide for Action and Drama movies, and one for the Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror genres. Check them both out, and check back next week for our guide to comedies of both the romantic and non-romantic varieties!
Ever since they began revealing the fresh-faced young Enterprise crew and their Macbook-looking bridge, we've been worried about J.J. Abrams' new Star Trek movie. Would it pay tribute to the classic show that had come before it, and manage to simultaneously honor and ignore the easily enraged fan base? As more and more trailers and clips surface, and reports roll in from the privileged few who've seen it, the answer seems to be "yes." With some notable exceptions, the Enterprise crew is the spitting image of the crew that came before, and we compared each and every crew member to their predecessor to make sure. Check out our guide to the Past and Present Casts of Star Trek, and let us know what you think of the movie below!
The Oscars are rapidly approaching on February 22, and we've created a sweet Oscar section on the site full of galleries celebrating the upcoming ceremonies, as well as looking at Oscar moments from previous Academy Awards events. (Hey, did you ever notice that while the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences defines "academy" to mean "a society of artists," most Hollywood movies define it as "a school where wacky hjinks occur"? See: Police Academy, Snowboard Academy, Ninja Academy and Stripper Academy. Wait -- on second thought, don't see Stripper Academy.) Check back on Oscar night, and we'll have a liveblog of the ceremony as well as lists of winners as they're announced. And if you want to see who we think is going to win this year's Academy Awards (and who we want to win), check out our Picks and Predictions gallery. (If you want to see who we think is going to win the Police Academy Awards, we'll just tell you. It's totally gonna be Steve Guttenberg.)
Watchmania is upon us! The world has reached its saturation point with three trailers, nine movie clips and 20-odd posters promoting the upcoming Watchmen film (due out March 6), and the storyline seems more confusing than ever. If you haven't read the comics the movie is based on, all you know is that there's guys in costume running around and acting all serious. Well, we decided to put together a little guide to the world and characters of Watchmen for those who just want to know what the hell it's about and who in the hell these people are. In fact, we've titled it Watchmen: Just Who in the Hell Are They, Anyway? Check it out, and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Anne Hathaway looked like she was on an upward trend with her roles in Brokeback Mountain, The Devil Wears Prada and her Critic's Choice Award-winning performance in Rachel Getting Married. With a little luck, her slapsticky Princess Diary and Ella Enchanted days could have been behind her. So why did she choose to do Bride Wars, an insulting film on several levels, with the queen of rom-coms, Kate Hudson? We got our hands on what is supposedly her personal scrapbook of the movie, in which she explains her decision to take the role, why she regrets it now, and what she really thinks about her co-star, and it's pretty scandalous.
Read more at Anne Hathaway's Secret Scrapbook!
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