First we learned that the amazing Kathy Bates would be joining the cast of the forthcoming season of American Horror Story: Coven, then we learned that the also amazing Gabourey Sidibe would be joining the cast as well. Today we learn that two absolute legendary actresses have just been added to the AHS: Coven cast. Show creator Ryan Murphy tweeted the great news that Angela Bassett and Patti LuPone have joined the cast … making the forthcoming third season of American Horror Story ABSOLUTELY MUST SEE TV! More »
The Undead Alive Again
In recent years, NBC has had a devil of a time finding TV shows that will inspire people to watch their network but every new TV season … they try and try again. This coming TV season, NBC is banking on a new TV series based on the classic character of Dracula to whip up viewership … and today we get our first look at the new show, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. Dracula will star Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the titular role of the most famous vampire of all. The show will be a period piece, thankfully … click below to get your first look at this new incarnation of Dracula. More »
'A Million Ways To Die In The West'
It took me forever to finally get around to seeing Seth MacFarlane‘s directorial debut, Ted, but when I did it was sooo worth it! I thought it was such a ridiculously fun movie and I was excited to hear that the Family Guy creator was back at work on his next film. Seth had a big year with his hosting gig at the Oscars, and when Ted was released in 2012, it made huge waves at the box office. His next film boasts a star-studded cast (including Amanda Seyfried, Neil Patrick Harris, and Charlize Theron) and I’m thinking we can expect another big year from MacFarlane. Click inside for more!
Live Another Day
There has been a LOT of exciting talk in the past few days about the reported television return of the beloved action/drama series 24, starring Kiefer Sutherland as CTU agent/superhero Jack Bauer … and today we learn some really great OFFICIAL NEWS. It was suggested that 24 might return as a limited, 13 episode series IF Sutherland agreed to reprise his role. Fox has announced today, officially, that Kiefer has signed on to play Jack Bauer again in a new version of 24 that will feature only 13 episodes. The show will be titled 24: Live Another Day. According to the press release, which you can read in full below, the show will feature 24 hours of action in a compressed 13-episode timeframe. HMMM. More »
That-Ish-Cray Of The Day
As we all know, the Anchorman sequel is officially going down, and everyone’s expecting big things. A little while back we heard reports about Kristen Wiig joining the movie and now we’ve got some really fun casting news. Kanye West (who’s somewhere nursing his wounds and his pride after running into a pole headfirst) was recently spotted on the set of Anchorman: The Legend Continues. I cannot even explain how happy this makes me, lol! Click inside for more!
Yesterday afternoon a LOT of news came out concerning which TV shows got renewed for next season and which TV shows did not get renewed … but among the melee of happy/sad news came the report that Fox is considering bringing the AMAZING series 24 back to TV! Yes, folks, 24 may be back on the air very soon. At this point, nothing has been decided officially … but according to Deadline, Kiefer Sutherland has been approached to reprise his role as Jack Bauer … if he signs on, 24 will likely come back as a “limited series”. In short, OMG! 24 MIGHT BE COMING BACK TO TV!!!!!!! More »
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Reporting for Duty
Back in February we learned that Megan Fox kissed and made up with director Michael Bay and was cast as female lead April O’Neil in the forthcoming film adaptation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Today we learn that filming on TMNT has begun in NYC and we get our first look at Megan as April. Now, don’t go getting all crazy over this news … Megan Fox looks amazingly like Megan Fox in the photos below … but because we know she’s playing intrepid reporter April O’Neil in the film, she magically becomes April O’Neil in the photos. Have a look, will you? More »
Marion's Co-Star From 'Rust & Bone' Is In It Too!!! Agh!!!
I can’t remember the last time I was so excited with a cast, but OMGeeee! Marion Cotillard (who’s also got that new flick with Joaquin Phoenix). Mila Kunis. Matthias Schoenaerts AKA Marion‘s boo from Rust and Bone. Zoe Saldana. Clive Owen. And more!!! Blood Ties is a new film from the French director Guillaume Canet who put me on to Marion Cotillard years ago when he directed her in Love Me If You Dare. New images have been released from the set and I’m psyched! Apparently the movie is a remake of the 2008 film Les Liens Du Sang (Rivals) and it tells the story of two brothers (played by Clive Owen and Billy Crudup) involved in a life of crime. But okay, do you get that Marion and Matthias are in another movie together?! PITNBr Natalea, is this not the dream?! Aghhh! Peep the gallery for more! Oh, and Mila‘s not in these photos but there are pics of her on Us Weekly; she had to put on some weight for this role, so I’m expecting good things.
Based On The True Story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle
Bradley Cooper is having a pretty big year, what with his Oscar nomination for Silver Linings Playbook, his role in one of the year’s best-reviewed films (The Place Beyond The Pines), and of course… The Hangover Part III is coming. Cooper has also gotten into producing and while back he’d gotten involved with the adaptation of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle‘s bestselling autobiography. Steven Spielberg is now signing on to direct the film and it looks like Cooper will be taking on the lead role. Click inside to learn more!
It now looks like Luke Evans will get the role
In recent weeks we’ve been hearing casting rumors for the lead role of Eric Draven/The Crow in the planned remake of the 1994 film The Crow. First we heard Tom Hiddleston (The Avengers) was up for the part, then we heard Alexander Skarsgård (True Blood) was likely to get the role. Today we hear that neither Tom nor Alexander will star in the redux because the project’s first choice actor has been put back into the mix. When plans to remake The Crow first got underway back in 2009, actor Luke Evans was reportedly the project’s first choice as The Crow. But, at the time, he was unavailable to play the part. Due to the many delays that have plagued the project, Evans‘s schedule has cleared up and it now seems very likely that the role will be his if he wants it … so says Deadline Hollywood. More »
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