What goes on in Vegas most certainly will NOT stay in Vegas here!
Watch it go down (below)!!!
Oh, looky what we have here!
But you won't find Miz Dunst dwelling on the breakup as the Bring It On alum was out and about with the Friday Night Lights star in El Lay on Sunday — and the two were even spotted making out behind a fence!
You can try, but you can't hide!
What do U think of this onscreen and rumored-offscreen couple, Perezcious readers?? Let us know in the comments!
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All good things must come to an end.
The Fargo actress and the 31-year-old actor met on the set of 2011's On the Road, and made their first official appearance together in January 2012.
The 33-year-old blonde beauty previously dated Jake Gyllenhaal and Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell.
In 2013, Hedlund told Details about the couple's first date:
"I took her out on a 3 a.m. canoe ride… It was not a stable canoe. We fell out and had to swim back in mucky, s–tty water, like golf-pond water."
Another one bites the dust!
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Many celebrities have already spoken out on the #OscarsSoWhite controversy.
And even though Rooney Mara has "a lot to say" about the lack of minority representation in Hollywood, she doesn't want her opinions to be reduced "to a sound bite."
In an interview with The Telegraph, the Carol actress opened up about her own experience with whitewashing — this time, a bit more candidly than she has in the past!
The 30-year-old understands why she got heat after being cast as Tiger Lily in 2015's Pan, a role that was originally Native American in JM Barrie's 1911 novel.
Is Kirsten Dunst engaged?!
On Wednesday, it was reported that the blonde beauty's boyfriend Garrett Hedlund popped the question after dating for three and a half years. Unfortunately, the Tron actor's rep has since denied the report.
Oh no! It seems Miz Dunst won't have a 2016 wedding.
However, an insider shared that the happy couple DID throw a party for their 50 closest friends and family at their El Lay home.
Hmm, very inneresting. Who knows maybe things will change down the line?!
Though they might not be currently engaged, we think the On The Road co-stars make quite the dashing couple.
LOLz! Talk about a small town.
Nonetheless, we think the Hollywood hotties are 100% slaying it right now and we wish them only the best.
Feel free to reach out to us if you EVER want to update your #RelationshipStatus. WE KID — sort of.
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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:
It's about time!
It's being reported that Marco J. Ramirez, who is the co-showrunner for the second season of Daredevil on Netflix, and also wrote a couple episodes of the first season is going to be writing the long awaited adaptation of the manga classic, Akira.
It's also reported that Andrew Lazar, who most recently worked on American Sniper as well as Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way are producing the film!
The super popular manga comic, who's original run was in the '80s, follows two brothers who are in biker gangs set in a post-nuclear apocalypse of Neo-Tokyo. The brothers eventually find themselves rivals when one of them starts to abuse his newly developed telekinetic powers!
Warner Brothers has owned the rights to the comic since 2008 and it's almost come to fruition several times! Back in 2012, Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, Ken Watanabe and Helena Bonham Carter were all in talks to to star as various roles with Jaume Collet-Serra as director before the film fell through due to script and budget issues.
Ramirez has a solid history of work that varies from writing episodes of Sons of Anarchy, Orange is the New Black, Daredevil and Da Vinci's Demons — the last two projects, he also helped produce.
Are you excited to hear Akira is a step closer to becoming a real deal or what?!
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Disney is totally off the grid — or rather, over the grid.
Despite a rather impressive box office performance back in 2010, it looks like Tron: Legacy won't be getting a sequel after all.
Joseph Kosinski's Legacy made over $400 million during its run, so we're a little surprised to hear that the House of Mouse aren't as confident with more installments.
Although, that might have something to do with