On Monday we learned that the presumed dead reboot Crow film found new life and is moving back into production … and today we learn that a director and screenwriter have been found to helm the film. Just days after it was reported that The Crow reboot is back in production, we now learn that F. Javier Gutiérrez has been hired to direct and Jesse Wigutow has been hired to write the script. At this early stage, we don’t know yet who will be cast to play Eric Draven/The Crow but I hope to GAWD they do not ask Bradley Cooper to take the role again. PLEASE, find an unknown who has a chance at doing the character justice. UGH, I’m digressing. Click below to read the press release announcement revealing the director and screenwriter of The Crow reboot. More »
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OMG, YOU'LL NEVER GUESS WHO
OKAY … people … bear with me … the following story just REEKS of BULLSHIZZ … but I laughed so hard when I read it that I just have to share it with all y’all. Now … you may be aware (thankfully) that the stories about Beyoncé and Jay-Z‘s first born child — Blue Ivy Carter — have died down a bit. Well, apparently the gossipmongers have noticed it too … and that is where, I’m guessing, the following story came from. According to a new REPORT, Bey and Jay have decided who will be godparents to Blue Ivy. The supposed godparents are folks that could feasibly actually be godparents but I find it very hard to believe that B-Jay would ever let information like that get out so that anyone outside of their very trusted inner circle would hear. But … according to this new rumor, Blue Ivy‘s godparents are … revealed below. More »
... As Her Debut Album Leaks
Singer Lana Del Rey, who made her very uncomfortable and kinda painful to watch national television debut on Saturday Night Live a couple of weeks ago, is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Complex magazine. Yesterday, almost right on schedule, Lana‘s major label debut album Born to Die leaked in full online. Now, I’m not sure if the leak was planned to help generate hype for the album’s release next Tuesday but in just the few hours the album has been available online, there has been a lot of buzz about Del Rey‘s album. HMMMM. Click below to see Lana Del Rey on the cover of Complex and preview her coverstory feature. More »
Peter, Gwen, Dr. Connors
E! News published a great feature on The Amazing Spider-Man this week that lists the Five New Things learned about the film from a recent press conference in Tokyo, Japan. As enlightening as these Five New Things are, I’m most interested in the Five New Promo Photos that go along with this feature. Now, some of the photos aren’t totally new but they are newish enough that I don’t think many folks have seen them yet. Click below to check out newish photos of Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy and the villainous Dr. Curt Connors/The Lizard … OH and learn the Five New Things about The Amazing Spider-Man as well. More »
Open For Business
A couple of weeks ago, we learned that promotion for the upcoming theatrical release of The Hunger Games would include a curious new website called Capitol Couture. Today we learn that Capitol Couture has officially opened for business and that the site is set up as a webzine for the stylish side of The Hunger Games. The fictional character Effie Trinket (played by Elizabeth Banks) is featured on the just launched site and if you click below, you’ll get a taste of what the site has in store for Hunger Games fans. More »
"Just because you separate ... I don't think you ... stop loving each other"
One day after Heidi Klum and Seal officially confirmed that they are separating after 7 years of marriage, Seal made the promo rounds on TV to promote the release of his upcoming album Soul 2. As I understand it, Seal‘s televised promo events were scheduled for weeks before news of his split from Heidi was known … but he decided to keep his commitments and promote his new album. He also opened up a bit about the personal drama going on in his life. Seal sat down to chat with Tavis Smiley on his PBS show and he paid a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show to perform. Click below to check out a portion of Seal‘s interview on Tavis Smiley and read some deets from his Ellen appearance. More »
When last we saw photos of new Superman star Henry Cavill on the set of Man of Steel, he was lookin’ INSANELY hot and half nekkid. Today we get to see a new photo of Hank on set but this time, he is fully clothed. Now, before you go Aww man, I will have you know that Henry is fully clothed IN his snazzy new Superman suit and he is posing in an absolutely ADORABLE photo. Filming production of Superman: Man of Steel has made its way to Chicago, IL and in between takes, Henry as Superman posed for a photo with a cute little super fan. Check out the photo below. More »
Last month we got to see the first movie poster and the first video trailer for the upcoming sci-fi prequel film Prometheus (supposedly a prequel to the classic film Alien). From the start, director Ridley Scott has keep a tight lid on any and all information about the film leaving us to glean any information about the film from the meager promo things we’ve seen thus far. Today we get to check out the international poster for Prometheus and it gives us a new clue about what we might expect from the film. Check out the poster below and see what you think. More »
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Back From the Dead
Back in November of 2009, we learned that plans were in the works to make a new reboot version of the 1994 film The Crow. In the wake of that initial report, we continually heard that things were on track for the reboot to get made … and back in April of last year, we learned that actor Bradley Cooper had signed on to play the lead role of Eric Draven/The Crow. In August of last year, we learned that Bradley was no longer attached to the film (which was GREAT NEWS considering the terribly ridiculous concept art we saw of Cooper as The Crow) and it seemed, at long last, plans for the reboot film were dead. Today, like it or not, we learn that the Crow reboot has found new life … and that plans have been renewed to move the film into production. More »
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