Leo and JGL together again!!!
Earlier this week, we were excited to announce that Leonardo DiCaprio will be returning to theaters on Dec 25, 2012 in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained!
Now, it's looking like Quentin's new movie may become an Inception reunion, because Joseph Gordon-Levitt is currently in talks to join the cast…if his schedule abides.
Other actors currently attached to the movie include Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Don Johnson, and Christoph Waltz.
All they need to do is get Tom Hardy attached, and then we'd REALLY have an Inception reunion going on!!!
Would U like to see Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Tarantino's next movie?
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Tags: christoph waltz, django unchained, don johnson, inception, jgl, kurt russell, reunion
Wow! This one seemed like a shoe-in!
After receiving mixed reviews during test-screenings, the much-anticipated, David E. Kelley produced Wonder Woman pilot has reportedly NOT been picked up by NBC!
Apparently, the fan backlash regarding the changes made to the iconic superhero's costume didn't help matters, either.
Other pilots that didn't make the cut include Mann's World starring Don Johnson, the western Reconstruction, and the police drama 17th Precinct!
Too bad! Unfortunately, not every show can make it onto the air, though!
What do U think?? Are U bummed that Wonder Woman got canned?
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Tags: 17th precinct, backlash, david e kelley, don johnson, manns world, mixed reviews, reconstruction, renewed, wonder woman
Don't worry, Mark Cuban. You're not the ONLY one who has to contribute to Don Johnson's $51.7 million.
After Johnson won his lawsuit against other partial owners of Nash Bridges for withheld profits, his Judge has called out some individuals who must contribute to paying the man.
Notably, billionaire Mark Cuban, as well as Todd Wagner of 2929 Entertainment, will have to shell out to Johnson.
Rysher Entertainment and investment firm Qualia Capital are also responsible for contributing to Don Johnson's winnings.
And the moral of the story is if you ever choose to collaborate on a television series with Don Johnson…
don't fuck him over pay him.
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Tags: 2929 entertainment, don johnson, lawsuit, mark cuban, qualia capital, rysher entertainment, todd wagner
One of the things we'll miss about The Oprah Winfrey Show are the moments when everyday people come to the studio just miserable and depleted, but then walk away with a buttload of awesome free shit that only Oprah could afford to bestow upon dozens upon dozens of strangers.
Today marks the beginning of the end of Oprah's iconic show and with no surprise to us, she decided to go out with the shrill screams of hundreds of housewives.
According to sources, Oprah surprised her guests, all 300 of them, with an all expenses paid trip to Australia!
As you can imagine, the women lost their shit!
She made the announcement shortly after she was joined on stage with her guests Don Johnson, Paul Simon and Joooohn Travoltaaaaa! (Did we mention? He's going to fly the plane!!!)
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Tags: australia, don johnson, final season, gift, paul simon, surprise, the oprah winfrey show
Guess the judge must have been a Nash Bridges fan.
Don Johnson brought Rysher entertainment and two other firms associated with the show to court, seeking profits that were withheld from him. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Stern ruled that Johnson is owed over $28 million in interest.
A Jury had previously ruled that Johnson is entitled to $23.2 million in profits withheld from him by the Nash Bridges crew, based on the fact that he owns half the copyright to the series.
In total, Don Johnson has over $51 million coming to him from Nash Bridges, and he’s entitled to half the future earnings from syndication of the show. Bravo!
Do U think Don Johnson deserves all the money he was awarded?
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Tags: award, don johnson, jury, los angeles super court, michael stern, nash bridges, rysher entertainment