Friday, December 21, 2012

Gerard Butler tarred and feathered by Spartan cosplayers for shitty acting choices

He should have seen this one coming, but Gerard Butler was completely aghast after a group of Spartan cosplayers tarred and feathered him after his latest romantic comedy Playing For Keeps flopped at the box office. The actor initially gained action fame for his portrayal of King Leonidas in the extremely homoerotic sword and sandals epic 300, but instead of cashing in on his genre kudos, Butler's years since have been mostly spent dishing out barely turd worthy rom-coms. Apparently his knack for lousy American accents coupled with yet another career choice failure was enough to give the army of Spartans a reason to attack.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Dan Aykroyd to Play Every Single Character in Ghostbusters 3

Since literally nobody else involved in the creative process of Ghostbusters 3 gives a shit about it ever coming to fruition, Dan Aykroyd has taken it upon himself to push the 20-years-too-late sequel on suspecting audiences everywhere by personally reprising the role of every single cast member, regardless of age, sex, or race. GPS got an exclusive look at some early production photos as Aykroyd attempts to insert his face into every possible frame.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Tom Hardy Reveals Inspiration For Bane's Voice In Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray Special Feature

The Dark Knight Rises will be fighting crime on Blu-ray today, and that means Bane's unusual vocal cadence will be thundering through your home theater systems in dolby digital surround along with it. Whether you loved it or hated it, there's no denying that director Christopher Nolan and Tom Hardy made a creative choice with Bane's voice that will be remembered for all time. Bat-fans wondering where the genesis for Hardy's linguistic symphony came from can look no further than the special features section on the disc.