Brian Edward Stout

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Steven Spielberg Sows Rumors of 'The Grapes of Wrath' Remake

In these trying economical times, John Steinbeck's <i>The Grapes of Wrath</i> seems like an obvious candidate for a comeback. This detail has not escaped the …

Chuck Palahniuk Confirms a Graphic Novel Sequel to ‘Fight Club’

Chuck Palahniuk made quite a splash at this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego. Not only did he sign advanced reader’s copies of his upcoming novel <i>Doomed</i>, …

Trailer: Will Ferrell’s Dark Comedy ‘The Spoils of Babylon’

In case you’ve not yet heard, IFC and Funny or Die have teamed up for a six-part miniseries about a wealthy family in Texas, called “The Spoils of …

SNL Spoofs Wes Anderson in Trailer for 'The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders'

<i>Editor's Note: We're looking back at the weekend, including spoofing Wes Anderson, the cast of Jonathan Strange, two huge losses to the world of</i> …

Guillermo del Toro Unlocks His 'Cabinet of Curiosities'

Guillermo del Toro is unapologetically a genre guy. His fascinations and fingerprints are all over films and books made with a deep love for sci-fi, …

They're Just Drawn That Way: 5 Cartoonish Moments from 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit'

Earlier this year, BuzzFeed published an article on twenty lesser-known "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" facts. Inspired, we decided to revisit the film and …

Casting News for 'Cell,' and Other Stephen King News

John Cusack is heading back to Stephen King land, and he’s taking Samuel L. Jackson with him. Both have been cast in the upcoming adaptation of …

NY Times Remembers the 100 Notable Books of 2013

<i>Editor's Note: We're taking you from notable books to notable Tweets and back again in today's post-turkey roundup.</i><p>Are you suddenly five pounds …

'Out of the Furnace' Takes Us Back Into Dark Appalachia

The new crime drama “Out of the Furnace,” which takes place in a part of western Pennsylvania where Appalachia overlaps with the Rust Belt, was …

3 Edward Snowden Books Race to the Finish Line

<i>Editor's Note: Today we're snowed in with news of Edward Snowden books in the making, James Bond's drinking hobbits, and more.</i><p>Which account of the …

Shia LaBeouf Literally Stinking Up the Set of Brad Pitt's 'Fury'

<i>Editor’s Note: In today’s roundup, we’re checking in on the ever-escalating antics of Shia LaBeouf, the Golden Globe’s film categorizations, and more.</i><p>…

Joaquin Phoenix, 'Her,' and the Lost Souls Club

Joaquin Phoenix has an affinity for lost souls. His Oscar-nominated turns as a conniving Roman emperor in “Gladiator,” country-music legend Johnny …