We've all heard of fairy tale endings, but the upcoming musical "Into the Woods" is having a real fairy tale beginning, as The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal are the latest superstars set to join the party.
It's almost enough to make you randomly burst into fanciful song, isn't it? Get More »
Jaden Smith, who starred for his superstar father in "The Karate Kid" remake and stars alongside him in this month's potential franchise-starter "After Earth," is now seeking emancipation, apparently. According to the always-reliable (snort) UK tabloid The Sun (via the Daily Beast), Jaden wants to be emancipated from Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith when the young actor turns 15 on July 8. Get More »
| May 15, 2013 | 11:09 AM | 0 Comments
Can you say "'Iron Man 2" reunion"?
As much as we'd like to forget that particular sequel confection, all the essential ingredients of it were solid (except perhaps the gamey taste of Mickey Rourke), so it makes our mouth water to learn via The Hollywood Reporter that the delectable Scarlett Johansson will be assembling with Avenger Robert Downey Jr. for star/director Jon Favreau's "Chef."Get More »
"My doctors estimated that I had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer, although the risk is different in the case of each woman," she wrote, revealing that her mother had died of breast cancer and that Jolie, too, possesses the risky BRCA1 gene.
It's an age old question, debated by sages and philosophers for centuries: What would happen if you put "Harry Potter" stars Bill Nighy and Domhnall Gleeson together in a time travel caper? And now, thanks to The Telegraph, we finally know the answer: You'd get the first trailer for the new indie rom-com "About Time."
You would also get solid confirmation of Rachel McAdams' time travel fetish. Get More »
"I'm not gonna even go to these conventions anymore, I'm just gonna sit on your lap."
That's Jon Stewart speaking for pretty much all of us to "Lost" mogul J.J. Abrams on how flabbergasted he is that one man gets to control the fates of both the "Star Trek" and "Star Wars" properties during a very engaged 12-minute geek-out on "The Daily Show" to promote "Star Trek Into Darkness." Get More »
| May 14, 2013 | 10:38 AM | 0 Comments
[From MTV News] As with all of Marvel's movies, "Iron Man 3" ended with an Easter egg — this time, a little button of a scene between Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and a decidedly unengaged Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), as the eponymous superhero recounts his post-"Avengers" experiences.
According to Mark Ruffalo, that scene was conceived and abandoned at least once before time actually came to film it. Get More »
When it comes to gremlins, there are certain hard and fast rules one should keep in mind at all times: Never expose them to direct sunlight, never get them wet, and never, ever feed them after midnight.
But nobody said anything about never doing any remakes with them.
"You think your world is safe? It is an illusion ... a comforting lie told to protect you. Enjoy these final moments of peace, for I have returned ... to have ... my ... vengeance."
So sayeth John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch), the mystery villain of "Star Trek Into Darkness." And now, after months and months of agonizing, maddening theorizing and speculating, we're finally about to see just what sort of nefarious plan he has in store as J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" sequel is about to be unleashed to the public.
Take one last sneak peek at "Star Trek Into Darkness" above and get ready for one of the summer's most anticipated blockbusters to hit theaters on May 17 (or even May 16, if you're planning a little night-before excursion to your local theater). And live long and prosper, y'all!