Ch-ch-check out Obama's AH-Mazing final WHCD speech (above)!
Another year, another star-studded Woody Allen movie!
The legendary filmmaker has released plenty of romantic period pieces over the years, but for every brilliant film like Midnight In Paris there's a Magic In The Moonlight that just didn't have the magic audiences were hoping for.
But in his newest film Café Society, the Annie Hall writer is back to a lighter comedy taking on the golden age of Hollywood — and he brought an all star cast along for the ride!
Set in the late 1930s, a young man from the Bronx (Jesse Eisenberg) travels to Hollywood to stay with his big wig uncle (Steve Carell), and falls in love with a young woman (Kristen Stewart) in hopes of wooing her with his charming neuroticism, love of jazz, and New York swag.
But KStew ain't the only pretty lady in town — Eisenberg soon meets bombshells played by Blake Lively and Anna Camp. And you better believe they ALL want a piece!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer for Café Society (above) and catch the film in theaters August 16!
Those who sat through all of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice know the film was peppered with clues about the future of DC's cinematic universe.
But there was one scene cut out of the theatrical 2.5 hour run time that seems to tease a big-time villain!
Ch-ch-check out the strange scene (below) with our breakdown!
[WARNING: Contains Major SPOILERS]
While we've had plenty of other superhero news from Robert Downey Jr. talking about Iron Man 4 to J.K. Simmons joining the Justice League cast — and let's not forget the first look at the new Spider-Man — we haven't heard much more about Amber's aquatic queen — until now!
The blonde beauty confirmed her role in the upcoming slate of DC films to Entertainment Tonight — and even chatted about her "strange" costume she'll have to wear!
During a press junket for her upcoming film The Adderall Diaries, Heard revealed:
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is only a few weeks away and we're getting a bit more information about what to expect from the blockbuster.
The comic book flick is not only introducing a new Batman played by Ben Affleck, but we're getting our first ever live action Wonder Woman played by Gal Gadot and Jesse Eisenberg's very different version of Lex Luthor.
Aside from the obvious additions, we've also heard we'll get a peek at Jason Mamoa's Aquaman and possibly Ezra Miller's Flash!
Ever since we heard Jena Malone was appearing, we've been DYING to know which DC Comics character she was playing…
Several fans have speculated the actress could either be Carrie Kelley — a female Robin from the comics — or possibly Barbara Gordon AKA Batgirl.
Unfortunately for us, we'll have to wait a bit longer to solve the mystery as director Zack Snyder revealed
OMG, we love this!
Hearing that Ben Affleck posed as Batman for his own son's birthday party made him Father of the Year.
But letting other kids into the Batmobile? For charity?? That's another level!
The cast of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice has teamed with Omaze in a series of viral videos to help raise money for the Eastern Congo Initiative, the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, and the SEED Project.
Henry Cavill argued with children about why Superman was cooler, Jesse Eisenberg went to a comic book store to preach the Lex Luthor gospel, and now Batfleck himself is surprising fans on the Warner Bros studio tour!
See the star adorably challenge superman fans — and find out all about his charity project (below)!
When Ben Affleck stops by your late night show, he really stops by!
Then, he brought a special deleted scene from his upcoming superhero movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice!
Awkwardly, it's Jimmy's scene that hit the cutting room floor, but hey, at least we get to see it now, right?
Now THIS is what we've been waiting for!
Ever since we heard the news that Ben Affleck was donning the cape and cowl as the next Dark Knight, we've been waiting to see him in action.
And in the final trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, we get it — and a lot more!
Ch-ch-check out all the fight scenes, love scenes, and Wonder Woman actually speaking for the first time in the best look yet (above)!