Realizing perhaps that the bar for films based on toylines had been raised by The Lego Movie, Sony has asked Diablo Cody to take another pass on the script for the live-action Barbie film. This is nothing but good news.
Welcome back to our Halloween YA throwback book club! Today we are tackling Cheerleaders: The First Evil, which follows "vibrant, blonde" sisters Bobbi and Corky Corcoran in their fight against a faceless menace stalking their squad. It remains amazing.
The disappointing performance of Jennifer's Body isn't going to keep Diablo Cody away from the horror-comedy genre. She is producing the adaptation of Breathers: A Zombie Lament, S.G. Browne's zany satire about one zombie's quest for equality... and romance.
I hate chick lit and get bored with torture porn, but it turns out that putting the two of them together creates the proverbial peanut butter chocolate awesomeness. If you eat Jennifer's Body like weird candy, it works. Spoilers ahead!
We watched the first 15 minutes of Jennifer's Body. If you can get past the Diablo Cody-isms, it's good, old-fashioned, smart horror, with a good heaping of humor. Let's just hope the rest of the movie takes itself as lightly.
Jennifer's Body, Diablo Cody's blood-stained high school story about what happens when the pretty popular girl (Megan Fox) starts eating all the boys has released its red-band (maybe nsfw) trailer. If a half-naked demon Fox doesn't sell tickets, nothing will.
You gotta love a girl who can juggle high school, after-school activities and bloodthirsty revenge upon the classmates who tried to kill her. The first glimpses of Megan Fox's cheerleader attire from Jennifer's Body has surfaced. Rah rah!
I wasn't sure if there was room for any more works in the burgeoning "zombie comedy" genre, but S.G. Browne's new "zom-rom-com" Breathers: A Zombie Lament turns out to be a pretty worthy addition. Spoilers!
The new big-screen Land Of The Lost movie will be a bizarre treat that actually satisfies fans of the 1970s original. You can take it from no less an authority than Juno scripter Diablo Cody, who visited the set. Her descriptions of the filming, in the current Entertainment Weekly, do sound intriguing (but campy.) And…