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It's a good thing he's pretty!
Spoilers get out all the time in the film industry, sometimes from reporters who won't stop digging — and sometimes from the stars who accidentally say something they shouldn't.
The latter might be the case with Bradley Cooper when he was questioned about Guardians of the Galaxy 2 during a recent interview with MTV (below).
Cooper was doing some press for his newest movie Burnt when he was asked about the villain in the sequel to the mega-hit comic book movie Guardians of the Galaxy. Possible spoilers ahead!
Cooper revealed that
Will Hail Caesar join the ranks of The Big Lebowski, Raising Arizona, and Fargo as the next great Coen Brothers movie??
Ch-ch-check out the first look at the Coens' comedic take on Old Hollywood (above)!
Hail Caesar is set to hit theaters February 5, 2016!
Whoa there boys!
Recently, Josh Brolin did an interview with publication Man Of The World where he talks about shedding his "tough guy" image.
The Sicario actor is leaving that to the younger generation!
According to the 47-year-old:
"I see young Hollywood punks on the set, and it's funny to me. Because it's absolutely me all over again.. I'm the old guy who's like, 'Oh cool, you got your leather jacket and it cost you $400 and you bought it all ripped up!"'
However, the critically acclaimed thespian couldn't help but mention one of these "young Hollywood punks" and we're pretty sure it's Ryan Gosling!
"I remember a guy I worked with who was from Ontario, but he talked like De Niro… I was like, 'Holy s–t, he's actually doing De Niro. Does he know that I know? I'm not even listening to what he's saying.' It's fascinating to me."'
Not only is Gosling from Ontario, he once admitted to W Magazine in 2010 that he dons a phony accent!
The 34-year-old said:
"As a kid I decided that a Canadian accent doesn't sound tough… I thought guys should sound like Marlon Brando. So now I have a phony accent that I can't shake, so it's not phony anymore. I'm going for the Madonna thing, the Lady Gaga thing — a phony accent that becomes your trademark."
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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Black Mass, Everest, Sicario and Captive all opened this weekend with all kinds of results.
The big winner this weekend was somewhat surprisingly the Dylan O'Brien-starring Maze Runner sequel that took the cake with $30.3 million.
Johnny Depp's Black Mass followed with $23.3 mil — though it did have the disadvantage of being rated R.
Even though Maze Runner did well, its number fell a bit short of analysts' projection for its three-day total.
It might also be seen as a slight disappointment as the original — which opened last year around the same date — took in $32.5. While this is consistent with last year's numbers, sequels generally look to have a bigger opening weekend as they hope to gain some popularity once they hit home video.
Even though Johnny Depp's flick didn't land in the top spot, it did mark the turning point for
This looks incredible!
Thrillers can be hard to pull off as there have been so many terrible attempts over the years. But director Denis Villeneuve seems to be carving a successful path in the thriller lane with his previous films Prisoners and Enemy.
His newest film, Sicario, looks like it could be better than his previous flicks. The newest movie stars Emily Blunt, who plays Kate, an idealist FBI agent who joins a government task force to help the escalating war on drugs!
The film also stars Josh Brolin as another task force official, as they encounter a consultant, played by Benecio Del Toro, with a shady past. Once they're in the thick of their mission, Kate begins to question all her surroundings and discover the truth just so she can survive!
Ch-ch-check out the incredibly tense trailer for the film due out September 25 (above)!