Rob Kardashian is back! Well, sort of.
Check out RK's post (below):
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This casting news is just super!
Even though Gal Gadot has yet to make her theatrical debut as Wonder Woman in the DC Comics Universe, her solo movie has already found its male lead.
The 30-year-old actress is set to star in Wonder Woman in 2017, and it looks like Chris Pine will be playing her love interest.
The Star Trek actor was cast in the super hero movie on Tuesday, and his contract even has a multi-picture deal — so DC must have a lot of faith in him!
Wonder Woman is set to be the fourth film in the comic book franchise, following Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, (where Gal will make her first appearance,) and the highly anticipated Suicide Squad.
Do U feel any chemistry between Chris and Gal??
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It won't be long before we can really celebrate summer — by staring at our computer screens as we binge watch Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp!
The prequel series of the 2001 campy (LOLz) comedy marks the return of it's all star cast, still playing 16 and 17-year-olds fifteen years later. But according to returning co-star Amy Poehler:
"Everyone looks like they're playing their own parents!"
Except, of course, Paul Rudd who doesn't ever age because he is probably a vampire or something.
Also, we get to hear from camp newcomers like Chris Pine, Jason Schwartzman, Jordan Peele and Lake Bell on how they feel about joining the star studded cast!
Check out the clip (above) and watch First Day of Camp July 31 on Netflix!
Chris Pine's gonna need a bigger boat!
Wait, wrong movie. Same idea, though!
In Dinsey's The Finest Hours, the 34-year-old plays Captain Bernie Webber, who's tasked with leading the greatest real-life small boat rescue in Coast Guard history!
The intense flick tells the true story of a daring mission from February of 1952. A gigantic storm had just hit New England, ripping the oil tanker SS Pendleton completely in half!
The movie follows Bernie, who's under the command of Warrant Officer Daniel Cluff — played by Eric Bana — as he tries to save Casey Affleck's Ray Sybert and the rest of the crew stranded on the ship.
Ch-ch-check out the thrilling trailer (below)!
Obvi Harrison Ford can't play himself from before the original trilogy.
So the question arises, who could possibly play a pop culture fixture so well known throughout the galaxy? Who could capture the soul of Solo??
Here some actors we think could pull it off:
Thank you Netflix!
The streaming site has given us what looks like a perfect prequel to the sublimely silly cult classic Wet Hot American Summer!
In the first full trailer, we not only see returning stars Elizabeth Banks, Marguerite Moreau, Michael Ian Black, Bradley Cooper, Judah Friedlander, Janeane Garofalo, Joe Lo Truglio, Ken Marino, Christopher Meloni, Amy Poehler, Michael Showalter, David Hyde Pierce, Paul Rudd, Zak Orth, and Molly Shannon…
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get your first full look at the most star-studded summer of all time! then wait patiently in front of your screen for all episodes to drop July 31!
To boldly go where no man has gone before!
That's right! After some questions revolving around the next chapter in the Star Trek franchise, they've landed a director in Justin Lin — after J.J. Abrams left to work on the new Star Wars film — and are ramping up to begin the third installment of the rebooted franchise!
This is all fine and dandy, but what good is all of this without an AH-Mazing title?!
Well we're in luck as Lin posted an image (below) to Twitter teasing the film and announcing the title! Ch-ch-check it out to see if you're down with the newest title!
After the 2011 disaster that was Ryan Reynolds' Green Lantern, Warner Brothers and DC won't be ready to give us a new solo Green Lantern movie until 2020.
But even that far out there are new rumors popping up about some of the details, the first being that there will be more than one ring-bearing hero in the reboot!
And one of them will be John Stewart, who fans know from the excellent Justice League cartoons!
In the comics there are hundreds of Green Lanterns across the universe, a sort of intergalactic space police force.
Not only would multiple Green Lanterns make for a unique buddy cop dynamic, but also allow for even more superhero diversity!
But the news doesn't stop there! There's also a rumor floating around, that Chris Pine might be playing