So sad and scary.
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Are you ready to go back to crazy town? Er, Wonderland?
But this time, Time won't just make you late — he'll kill you!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get your first look at the sequel to 2010's Alice In Wonderland!
Daylight savings has ended — and those of you who forgot to set your clocks back may have started off your week being late for a very important date!
The sequel to Alice in Wonderland sequel stars Mia Wasikowska once again playing the titular character — but Alice isn't the only one set to return!
Check out the first footage in the clip (above) to see Alice taking quite the fall — and go see Alice Through The Looking Glass in theaters May 27, 2016!
Here's another example of "conscious uncoupling" at its finest!
In case you forgot, the longtime loves ended their 13-year relationship back in December 2014 and have seemed to remain friends despite the split! Color us impressed!
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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Sing it, Cindy!!
Disney's live action Cinderella has already made over $260 million worldwide, and the film's success is greatly due to Lily James' enchanting performance as the iconic princess!
As if we needed another reason to love her, Disney released a video of James performing a new rendition of A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes – from the 1950s animated classic — and her voice is beautiful!!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-mazingly magical video (above)!
Helena Bonham Carter's dress may be more striking, but Lily James can boast all the cleavage!
The two stars of Cinderella attended the film's London premiere on Thursday in gowns that certainly lived up to the movie's fabulous fashion!
Cinderella's fairy godmother chose a deep green Vivienne Westwood creation with a black floral motif that made her just as badass as the evil stepmother!
This is what we were hoping for! And they totally delivered!
Except you, Helena Bonham Carter, you left us wanting more.
But Cate Blanchett and Lily James were absolute queens at the premiere of Cinderella during the Berlinale Film Festival on Friday night!
Or, more accurately, princesses, in Lily's case!
The young actress was