Watching this video might make you want to go back to Jack Black’s school of rock. Here’s Black, and Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass, performing one of the greatest movie themes of all time: Queen’s “Flash Gordon.” Aaaaaaaa!
During the Goosebumps movie presentation at San Diego Comic-Con, Jack Black brought out the film's real star: Slappy the Dummy. Together, they did a ventriloquist routine on stage... one that didn't end well for Black.
We finally got a peek at the Goosebumps movie. Jack Black came to Comic-Con to talk about playing Goosebumps author R.L. Stine, and we saw his Stine battle his own monstrous creations after they had escaped from his books.
A spooky reunion? Jack Black is in negotiations to star in the feature film adaptation of R.L. Stine's Goosebumps series. This would reunite him with Gulliver's Travels and Shark Tale director Rob Letterman.
You may or may not remember that Jack Black was in line to star in a comedic version of Green Lantern at one point. It turns out the unproduced screenplay is available online, and... it's not very funny.
Gulliver's Travels is neither a movie nor an adaptation of Jonathan Swift's fantasy yarn. Rather, it's a cultural artifact of American pop circa 2010, an immediately dated voyage through the seas of our own cinematic feculence.
The latest TV spot for Jack Black's Gulliver's Travels comedy is out. This time it has even more insane Star Wars jokes, but we're still not digging it.
If you thought Jack Black's reimagined Gulliver's Travels would be the worst film of the year, it's time to lower your expectations. A new trailer includes a robot-induced wedgie, a flab-vs.-cannons sea fight, and a tiny Liliputian Kiss cover band.
Now that Steven Spielberg is adapting Daniel H. Wilson's Robopocalypse, another Wilson book is becoming a movie. Jack Black and Hot Tub Time Machine director Steve Pink have scooped up the rights to How To Survive A Robot Uprising.
The rumored Johnny Depp Doctor Who movie sounds horrendous enough, but just remember: It could always get worse. Just check out this new spoof that imagines what it would be like if Jack Black took the role.
What kind of movie could bring together the directors of Pirates Of The Carribean, Fight Club, Terminator and Watchmen? According to producer Kevin Eastman, the answer is the upcoming Heavy Metal.
Click to viewWith The Dark Knight set to follow Hancock, Wanted, The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man into the theaters and hearts of cinemagoers worldwide, it seems that this really is the summer of movie superheroes. But what about Will Smith's earlier attempt to be a superhero and all the other superhero also-rans that…
The sequel to Be Kind, Rewind would include a socialist revolution in New Jersey, followed by a brain tumor that causes a race war, according to director Michel Gondry. Gondry, who's already working on a film about a galactic dictator based on his own son, wanted to shoot the Be Kind sequel in one hour at Sundance,…
Be Kind Rewind, Michel Gondry's new movie, is a thematic sequel to his best film, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. In Eternal Sunshine, a mysterious brain-editing machine can erase your memories of a shitty relationship, leaving you free to reinvent yourself. In Be Kind Rewind, Jack Black gets magnetized and…
By now you've probably seen a few commercials for Michel Gondry's Be Kind Rewind, where Jack Black accidentally magnetizes the movies in buddy Mos Def's store. They decide to create fanfilm versions of movies like Ghostbusters, Robocop, and 2001: A Space Odyssey and pass them off to unsuspecting customers. However,…
The upcoming Michael Gondry comedy starring Jack Back and Mos Def Be Kind Rewind features no-budget recreations of films like Back to the Future, 2001: A Space Odyssey, RoboCop, and Ghostbusters. In fact, their RoboCop looks better than the original film did. Jack Black really nails Peter Weller's robo-monotone. That…
- The Wachowskis' Speed Racer movie backgrounds will be all greenscreen like 300, says star Emile Hirsch. All except for Chim Chim the monkey, which is real. And presumably flung its poop at the pristine green walls. [Empire]
- Dave "Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius" Eggers collaborated with director Spike Jonze on…