13 Reasons Why is Netflix's newest hit -- but also maybe its most controversial ever.
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It may have taken over two decades, but… Dr. Ian Malcolm, uh, finds a way.
That's right! Jeff Goldblum will be starring in Universal's next installment of Jurassic World to serenade us with more chaos theories!
For those living in the Cretaceous period, the actor starred in the original Jurassic Park in 1993 as smooth-talking mathematician Ian Malcolm. (He reprised his role in 1997 for The Lost World: Jurassic Park, but let's not talk about that!)
Pratt and Howard already teased to expect a "darker" and "scarier" follow-up to the 2016 blockbuster. And we can now officially add "Goldblumier" to the mix.
The film is slated to be released on June 22, 2018.
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While he's "not a real tough critic" when it comes to the rival studio's superhero flicks, he did have one critique for Suicide Squad: the squad was way too big!
Speaking to the audience, the 37-year-old said:
Chris Pratt… HOW COULD YOU??
In the June 2017 issue of Cigar Aficionado, the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star and director James Gunn cover the magazine to promote their new blockbuster.
However, if you ever see Anna Faris' husband on the street, DO NOT ask for a selfie! You will be disappointed!
The former Parks & Recreation actor explains why he refuses to take pics with fans:
One of the best things about this new Guardians Of The Galaxy movie is that it's full of women who know how to wow at a premiere!
And of course the leader is Zoe Saldana.
Her character may be "The Most Dangerous Woman In The Universe" but Zoe is the most dangerous on the red carpet.
Donning this Ulyana Sergeenko Spring 2017 look, the Marvel star is a pure couture witch at the London premiere, pulling off the corsetry better than Natalia Vodianova did on the runway. (Sorry, girl!)
Maybe the black fashionista thing was just for the alien gals, because Zoe's movie sis Karen Gillan followed her lead with a black leather-and-lace look as newcomer Pom Klementieff stayed on theme with a space age black cape. #CosmicSquadGoals
Ch-ch-check out all the looks from London (above)!
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In 2014, Guardians of the Galaxy crashed into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a band of renegade misfits who poked fun at their serious superhero peers with disparaging banter and a kick-ass soundtrack.
If Vol. 1 was an exciting, thrilling take on what could have been a B-movie space opera, Vol. 2 definitely packs the same type of punch — but not everyone wanted to hear the same record a second time.
That's the biggest complaint of critics who saw James Gunn's intergalactic space epic, which reunites our rag-tag group of heroes played by Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, and Dave Bautista.
Reviewers still considered Vol. 2 a breath of fresh air in a crowded superhero cinemascape, as the sequel brought back the same irreverent tone, disdainful banter, and action sequences flawlessly synched up to classic rock songs.
But the formula that was so revolutionary in Vol. 1 seemed slightly stale the second go-around — but that doesn't at all mean Vol. 2 will leave fans disappointed. (Just don't expect it to be better than the OG!)
See what the critics had to say (below) — and check out Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 in theaters May 5!