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But because the film was directed by J.J. Abrams, there was a lot of secrecy around the project — which meant a lot of surprises and cameos!
About halfway through the film,
Sure he may be a big fan, but the man doesn't get paid to NOT show that face! And he denied outright playing "an extra in another movie."
PLUS, funny man Simon Pegg could have been totally pulling our leg with the reveal…
But it turns out it's true! All of it!
According to sources speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the Spectre star did the cameo "for sh*ts and grins!" And thanks to those same behind-the-scenes whispers, we now know WHICH stormtrooper he plays!
[OBVI, Mild Spoilers Ahead!]
The nominees for the Critics' Choice Awards were just announce and we're pretty happy with the results!
George Miller and Tom Hardy's Mad Max: Fury Road ended up being the biggest winner as it leads the list with 13 nominations which include Best Picture, Best Actress for Charlize Theron and Best Director for Miller.
After taking the Online Film Critics Society Awards by storm this weekend, the Oscars buzz for the flick is as loud as a flamethrowing guitar!
But don't worry, if you are a fan of Carol, The Martian, or The Revenant, then you'll be pretty pleased as each of those flicks nabbed nine nominations!
This year Fargo ended up landing the top spot in television with eight and The Leftovers and Transparent are both right behind the FX drama with six.
But the best and most surprising nominations were You're the Worst, The Knick, and the much deserved Best Drama Series nomination for Rectify!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know if you agree!
This seems like a big mistake on their part.
Lana Del Rey may have one of the most emotionally charged voices in the industry, but that wasn't enough to score her the theme song for the newest James Bond film Spectre.
As you're probably aware, Sam Smith was the lucky Brit selected to follow in Adele's footsteps off Skyfall… except that his Writing's on the Wall was not nearly as successful as his predecessor's Oscar-winning ballad.
Unfortunately for the Daniel Craig vehicle, they may have missed a big opportunity for a hit because, as it turns out, Lana says she would have jumped at the chance to helm the action flick, saying:
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The HUGE amount of hype surrounding Star Wars: The Force Awakens means that nearly every actor in Hollywood wants to be a part of the flick!
While we don't know about those Daniel Craig playing a stormtrooper rumors, we do have confirmation — thanks to a sizzle reel shown at San Diego Comic-Con this year — that long time Star Wars fan Simon Pegg has a secret role in the film.
Before this weekend we only got a quick glimpse of Pegg in partial costume, but thanks to new behind-the-scenes footage we now know what the 45-year-old actor will look like!
Not only is the Shaun of the Dead star an alien but he's absolutely unrecognizable once he's in full costume!
Ch-ch-check out the pic (below) of Pegg in his FULL costume!
Earlier this year, the Luther star said discussions with MGM producers "never happened," and that rumors in the media were actually hurting his chances to play the British action hero!
"Daniel Craig actually set the rumor off. About four years ago he said Idris Elba would be a great Bond, and then it started to creep… Honestly, it's a rumor that's really starting to eat itself. If there was ever any chance of me getting Bond, it's gone."
Flash forward to Saturday's non-televised Governors Awards — the two actors met face to face at the bar in the Ray Dolby Ballroom!
The Spectre star made up for his churning of the rumor mill in the most suave, Bond-like way possible — by planting a kiss on his possible successor!
Pierce Brosnan isn't afraid to speak his mind!
In a recent interview, Pierce opened up about the latest installment of the James Bond franchise, Spectre. Considering Brosnan starred in the cult classic from 1995-2002, we think he definitely has the right to criticize the latest flick!
Speaking on the movie's plot, the actor revealed:
"I was looking forward to it enormously. I thought it was too long. The story was kind of weak - it could have been condensed. It kind of went on too long. It really did."
Ouch! At least P.B. is being honest!
But wait, what does the father think of Daniel Craig's take on the iconic spy? Pierce explained: