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Now that Disney has acquired the Star Wars franchise and announced a brand new trilogy in the works, there's been all sorts of speculation about who will be selected to helm the next generation of the sci-fi epic!
But in the meantime, the House of Mouse has been busy
With this ensemble, you’d think she was in a flick called Models, not Writers.
Lily Collins attended the premiere of her movie at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday looking all sorts of sassy.
The actress grabbed everyone's attention in a long-sleeve, baroque pattern Balmain dress complete with beaded net embroidery.
Lily's dress is fierce, but with such a high neck, she should have worn her hair up. We're also not loving her Casadei pumps; they're too boring.
What do U think of Lily's look? Hit or miss???
[Image via Walter McBride/Retna LTD.]
First P!nk and now HIM?!
We have a feeling that Cher is coming back AND WITH A VENGEANCE!
The living legend is in the midst of recording her first album in 11 years, and after revealing that the Blow Me (One Last Kiss) singer co-wrote her two tracks, announced on Twitter that she was ALSO collaborating with Timbaland!
Sadly, it sounds like the movie is right back in square one.
While signing autographs for fans at a recent event for his Crystal Head Vodka, Dan Aykroyd revealed that he is still adamantly trying to get Ghostbusters 3 made.
We last heard that Bill Murray officially turned down a role in the film, but now the two writers who were working on the script have moved on too!
Never fear, Ray is still here and he's hired NEW writers to get the job done. Here's what he said when asked about his passion project:
Ha! Now THAT would be a fitting hiring decision…
Dinosaurs Guys, we know you've been salivating from your vast, scaly jaws for some Jurassic Park IV deets, and we are SO glad we can throw some tasty human morsels your way!
Universal is FINALLY hatching the project from its very hard-shelled eggy exterior, and has hired
Famed author Ray Bradbury died Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, at the age of 91.
Ray's brilliant mind constructed disturbing, thought provoking worlds through his many works of literature, most notably dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451, which has been a controversial mainstay on school reading lists since its publication in 1953.
Bradbury's grandson released this statement: