Quentin Tarantino wants to make his next movie in Colorado. Colorado wants that, too. This morning, the state Economic Development Commission approved $5 million in film incentives for the Tarantino Western The Hateful Eight. State film commissioner Donald Zuckerman said Tarantino is eyeing a locat ... More >>
First, the sad news (or not-so-sad news, depending on how you feel about hunky sitcom actors): Ashton Kutcher will not be filming a movie in Colorado this year. Or at least he won't be filming The Violent Separation of Flesh and Blood, a Western-type flick that was approved in May to receive $1.5 mi ... More >>
There are only supposed to be six degrees of separation between actor Kevin Bacon and the rest of humanity. But at this writing, the distance still appears to be considerable between KB, who's currently filming a movie called Cop Car in the Colorado Springs area, and a local reporter who spent a day ... More >>
Some makers of television shows and movies need to be lured to shoot in Colorado by state incentives: Witness the folks behind a new flick set to star Ashton Kutcher. But others just show up, including Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman and his wife Beth, who've been in town for the past few week ... More >>
Ashton Kutcher could film a new movie in Colorado. Earlier today, the Colorado Economic Development Commission approved a film incentives package for a movie called The Violent Separation of Flesh and Blood, in which Ashton Kutcher is slated to star. The film is projected to spend $7.3 million in Co ... More >>
Though Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre remains mum on the subject, it's basically Internet fact at this point that Charlie Harper, Charlie Sheen's character on the popular series he helped create, will be killed off in the show's premier on September 19 -- he'll be replaced by Ashton K ... More >>
Where are the hundreds of thousands of teen prostitutes some advocates say are engaged in underage sex trafficking? Village Voice Media spent the past two months collecting arrest data for underage prostitution in 37 of America's largest cities. Reporters found the average number of arrests o ... More >>
Shane Boor, who faced harassment charges for flipping off a state trooper, is free to let his finger fly again. The Colorado State Patrol requested that the matter be dropped after the ACLU let it be known the organization would defend Boor's right to express himself digitally -- just like th ... More >>
Popchips seeks VP of pop culture. Get it?Job market got you down? Sick of begging for jobs for which you're overqualified. Well, perk up: You could be earning $50,000 as the Vice President of Pop Culture for popchips. The chip company recently launched a campaign to find a sidekick for Ashto ... More >>
For some time now, Pabst Blue Ribbon has been the predominant staple of the hipster booze diet. It's cheap, it tastes acceptable, but most importantly, it's high in a key nutrient known as "irony," which it derives from its sort-of-patriotic, red-white-and-blue label art, and also from it' ... More >>
Erica and Jesse are still smiling -- but he may be smiling a little more.On Monday, Alice 105.9 FM morning-show host Erica Cobb raved about the experience of appearing on The Marriage Ref. And she still feels that way, despite guest judges Demi Moore, Kelly Ripa and Jim Breuer deciding agains ... More >>
What a polarizing day in the Mile High City, eh? While some folks are stoked that Cutler's been sent packing, there's just as many who are completely disillusioned and cursing the day that McDaniels got the nod to be the Bronco's new skipper. As word broke across the country, the news wasn't just pl ... More >>
In "Artist's Prank Punks Re-create 68, Other Activists," a July 10 More Messages blog, I noted that the writer responsible for the Fire Witch Rising blog correctly guessed that the person behind a threatening flyer and e-mail wasn't a rogue cop, as some recipients assumed. But instead of being flatt ... More >>
Interracial dating and more ethnic cleansing.
Costner's not bad, but this Brooks bothers.
In this star-studded piece of hero porn, Emilio Estevez blames the ills of the world on RFK’s murder. But what about the man?
This modern-day Top Gun succumbs to watery cliches.
Jimmy Buffett inexplicably leads a kid movie to the big screen.
The Dandy Warhols' Courtney Taylor-Taylor wanders through celebreality.
WSF investigates a sticky situation.
Being a tween dream ain't easy for Jesse McCartney.
Brad and Angelina are out to kill each other. You may want a piece of them, too.
A romantic fantasy made by people with brains. Go figure.
Remembering the films that heated up cinemas this year.
To err is human, and to forgive? A divine way to start out the new year.
For your ears only: You can listen to the music, but by God, don’t share it.
In The Butterfly Effect, Ashton Kutcher comes unstuck in time.
Ideas that were forgotten but not gone in 2003
Kevin Costner doesn't make friends. He makes movies, dang it.
Charlie's high-flying heroines kick ass -- but not the sequel syndrome.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
This time, it's the woman who manipulates the man.