All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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The hottest part in Hollywood right now is the newly announced Sony/Marvel crossover Spider-Man!
Fans may remember that last time the web-slinger was being cast, Donald Glover threw his hat into the ring with the proportionate strength of a spider.
His chances look doubtful this time, what with rumors of a much younger Spidey, but will Childish Gambino still campaign?
On getting the chance to be Spider-Man, Donald says he's leaving it to the fans:
HOLD UP. We just finished watching this first trailer for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. — and we didn't see much CGI!
This looks almost TOO fun! The spy flick is set in the 1960s, and it looks like pure popcorn entertainment… in all the best ways!
It follows the story of Napoleon Solo (greatest character name ever?), played by Superman, who has to drop the "I only work alone" B.S. and fight side-by-side with the Russian Illya Kuryakin, played by The Lone Ranger. It looks hilarious and action-packed, and did we mention that the reportedly Mizz New Star Wars spinoff, Felicity Jones, is in it too?
Plus, with Guy Ritchie at the helm, we can really account for how stylish it looks. He's kinda known for staying away from CGI until it's absolutely necessary, and you bet your hot & steamy a$$es that's the better way to do action!
Watch the trailer (above) and get hyped in the comments (below) for the August 14, 2015 release date!
Star Wars is such a part of so many childhoods, it's heartbreaking every time we lose one of the magicians that brought it to life.
You may not know the name Richard Bonehill, but you've seen him many times.
The actor played several characters in The Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi, most famously Nien Nunb, Lando Calrissian's jovial co-pilot on the Millennium Falcon.
Bonehill was often called upon for roles with bodysuits due to his athletic prowess.
An expert horseman and fencer, Bonehill was
We'd like to report a robbery.
That's because news came out on Tuesday that Felicity Jones had landed the lead role in the upcoming standalone Star Wars movie.
You see, while we're happy for the Theory of Everything actress (seriously!), initial reports indicated that Tatiana Maslany had actually scored the coveted spot, which we were SO EXCITED to hear.
Now this is some wonderful news!
The whole world is waiting in anticipation for the release of Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens, but there is more than just one movie on the horizon!
And now we're hearing about the two sequels to the seventh episode in this storied franchise.
Disney CEO Bob Iger was actually the one who announced the news about Star Wars: Episode VIII and Star Wars: Episode IX and it seems like they'll be coming to theaters in
Jessica Chastain may be an award-winning actress, but she's not only interested in serious dramas.
With her A Most Violent Year costar Oscar Isaac appearing in Star Wars: The Force Awakens later this year, Jess got asked whether she was interested in such a role.
Not surprisingly, the Interstellar star said HECK YEAH!
In fact, she's ready to make the jump to light speed tomorrow! She said:
Yikes! This is pretty brutal!
Well, turns out the director hadn't just planned on directing, he actually wrote and sold Disney a whole bunch of ideas for the film!
Except — awkward — Disney wasn't that into them and said f*ck it then brainstormed all new ones!