Jay Z is one lucky man.
Little Blue Ivy isn't anywhere to be seen -- sometimes mommy and daddy need some sexy alone time!
Ch-ch-check out the sexy video, below:
Ice Cube's pride over the "Bye, Felicia" craze might actually be perfect.
Thursday night, the rapper appeared on Conan and discussed Friday's return to limited cinemas for the 20-year-anniversary of the film being shown on April 20. The interview left us with tons of nostalgia for the 1995 classic film when Ice Cube brought up the quote that has swept the nation.
The film's writer and actor bragged:
"I mean 'Bye, Felicia,' right now, that is the phrase to get anybody out [of] your face that's saying something stupid. It's got this craze."
And he is right! We wouldn't be caught dead saying the phrase to Cube himself. Talk about intimidating.
He encouraged all fans to come out to the screenings and to yell out lines alongside the film. AH-Mazing! This cult classic has certainly taken on a life of its own.
Don't miss your chance to see Friday in select theaters on 4/20…which is a Monday FYI.
Avengers: Age Of Ultron is coming to theaters faster than Quicksilver can run, but fans are already looking toward the future.
During press day, Scarlett Johansson had a few interesting details to share about a possible standalone movie for her Black Widow character!
ScarJo recounted some conversations she's had with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige about a solo Black Widow movie, revealing:
This explains how he's so incredibly good looking.
We've been living our lives thinking that Ryan Gosling was just blessed with the most beautiful features known to man. But as it turns out, he's actually just been an android this whole time!
And he may have his manufactured good looks to thank for his latest role, because we're hearing reports that the 34-year-old actor is in final talks to star in the new Blade Runner movie — potentially as a replicant!
No information on Ryan's character or the plot have been released, but we imagine he'll take over as the spry protagonist for Harrison Ford who will resume his role as Rick Deckard from the 1982 cult classic.
The unnamed sequel will begin principal photography in the Summer of 2016, and will be directed by Denis Villeneuve and produced by original director Ridley Scott.
Are U looking excited to see Ryan run on some blades in the near-future??
[Image via Will Alexander/WENN.]
The new teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens dropped today, and it is AH-Mazing!
In the spirit of Throwback Thursday, we took it way back to 1977 — when the trailer for the original Star Wars movie was released!
It's no argument that the original film with Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher holds up, as the classic film was light-years ahead of its time. But after watching the 1977 trailer for the hit Sci-Fi movie, we can't help but LOL! It's SO bad!
Some of the Star Wars spirit is noticeably absent in the trailer, but that could be attributed to the lack of music from John Williams – who composed the iconic score to the franchise.
These days, trailers have evolved into fast paced marketing devices, which is evidently far, far, away from how they used to be.
Ch-ch-check out the nostalgic trailer (above) to watch a story "from the man who brought you American Graffiti" George Lucas about a boy, a girl, and a universe!
Considering Quentin Tarantino's first attempt at a western Django Unchained was his most successful movie of all time, we're not surprised he's doing it again!
This time, a star-studded cast — including Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, and more! SIX more to be exact!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the first teaser for The Hateful Eight!
This seems like a strange thing for them to care so much about…
In what's easily the start of a new awards season, Cannes released its official competition list on Thursday, but one of the most glaring snubs has nothing to do with movies at all!
In addition to praising films from around the world in 2015, the French film festival also wants to use its influence to put an end to the celebrity selfie!
Cannes President Pierre Lescure and festival director Thierry Frémaux have had it with celebrities taking selfies on the red carpet in the past and want to ensure they never happen again.
In fact, Thierry cares so vehemently about the act, that he actually released a statement on the issue, saying:
While the new Star Wars movie may seem like it's still light years away, this new trailer might just be the thing to put you into the sci-fi mood!
Not only do we get to see a bit of the war-torn land where The Force Awakens takes place, but we also got to see leads John Boyega and Daisy Ridley in action.
And as if the new sneak peek into the seventh installment wasn't amazing enough… Harrison Ford and Chewbacca popped up at the end just to remind you of how epic this movie is going to be!
Star Wars: The Force Awakens doesn't come out until Christmas, but we think this trailer will tide fans over for now.
Ch-ch-check out your second peek into J.J. Abrams' Star Wars (above)!!!