Friday, July 10, 2015
It´s official comic-book fans everywhere: The first Batman movie since Chris Nolan´s trilogy will feature Ben Affleck as a co-writer and director.
Good news is, Affleck will be aided by co-writer Geoff Johns, a DC's chief creative who has been involved in DC´s comic books before such as Justice League, The Flahs and Batman.
Rumour has it that the plot of the film will pick up after the events happening in Batman vs Superman and the upcoming Justice League movies. So expect it sometime after 2017.
In the meantime, do you guys think Affleck will be a good choice?
Drew Barrymore has been keeping it in the down low since she has become a mum of two pretty little girls, involving herself into very few film projects over the recent years.
Her latest movie, "Miss You Already", is directed by Catherine Hardwicke and tells the story of two longtime friends and their journey through life together until one of them is diagnosed with cancer.
"Miss You Already" also stars Dominic Cooper and Jacqueline Bisset.
Check out the trailer above!
Thursday, July 2, 2015
The latest issue of EW gives us a first look at the upcoming blockbuster movie "Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice".
The stills feature the two heroes played by Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill crossing paths for the very first time on the upcoming film directed by Zack Snyder.
Appearances by Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) will also be featured in the movie as a way of preparing the path for a proper Justice League story arc.
Seems like Warner Bros is working hard to compete against Marvel in their cinematic adventures with two of DC´s most recognisable heroes.
The hype is definitely on! Are you impatient for "Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice"?
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Neve Campbell has joined the cast of Netflix White House drama "House of Cards" for its fourth season as a series regular.
The popular "Scream" star hasn´t been this fully committed in a TV role since her "Party of Five" days.
No word yet on who she will be playing but the upcoming brand new season will be filming the whole summer with new episodes airing in 2016.
Are you looking forward to the return of Neve Campbell to your TV screens?
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman both star in "Secret in Their Eyes", a murder-mystery thriller written and directed by Billy Ray and based on Juan José Campanella’s Oscar-winning best foreign language film of the same name.
The movie revolves around the murder of a teenage girl who happens to be the daughter of the FBI investigator played by Roberts. That tragic moment will change her life forever and she won´t stop until she has avenged her daughter´s death.
Nicole Kidman on the other hand stars as the district attorney supervisor.
The film looks quite intense with lots of great acting to look forward to.
Watch the trailer for "Secret in Their Eyes" above!
Monday, June 29, 2015
Avril Lavigne has had a tough year since she was diagnosed last October with Lyme disease.
The singer opened up in a new interview with "Good Morning America" to speak about her health issues and how the support of her fans has gotten her through the hardest time of her entire life.
She said: "I sat there in my bed and I watched the videos and, like, did exactly what I'm doing now. I cried through the whole thing. Honestly, I felt very, very loved."
Avril opened up completely in this interview to the point of tearing up and you can tell how much she´s been suffering and how difficult it must have been for her going through this ordeal.
Watch the full clip above!
Janet Jackson´s comeback is starting to make some noise as the legendary artist was honored last night at the BET Awards.
Janet didn´t perform though, but a number of artists like Ciara and other dancers paid tribute to her dancing to some of the biggest hits of her career.
The highlight of the night was when Miss Jackson herself appeared onstage to receive the Ultimate Icon: Music Dance Visual Award and gave a moving speech to thank all of her fans for their support throughout the years.
Janet recalled the importance of social awareness when she said: “Twenty-five years ago, we created Rhythm Nation hoping the world would be a better place. But today there’s even more to be done.”
Watch the full tribute performance below!
Thursday, June 25, 2015
In what some might qualify as a marriage made in heaven, Charisma Carpenter has joined Ryan Murphy´s upcoming new show "Scream Queens".
According to Deadline, the "Buffy" and "Veronica Mars" alumn, will play the mother of the character played by one of the recurring stars, Ariana Grande, in what could be a potential recurring role.
Carpenter took to her Facebook page to confirm the news with excitement and wrote:
"It's an awesome thing! So hard to keep it quiet. Thank you to my new agency, Talent Works, my Manager, Gladys Gonzalez and Ryan Murphy for casting me.Thanks too to TVLine ( special mention, Matt Mitovich ) and Deadline for getting the news out to my awesome fans!"
Carpenter joins an already star studded cast that includes Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Jamie Lee Curtis, Oliver Hudson and Abigail Breslin.
"Scream Queens" will premiere Tuesday September 22 on Fox.
Are you counting the days?