It's always been hard enough for actors like Tyrese Gibson to get work since there's so many more of them than movies being made, but now today, there's even less movies being made with the same amount of actors so they really have to take it to the next level to get a studios attention
We've been hearing about the return of "Ghostbusters" for so long it seemed more of an urban myth than reality, but Sony has confirmed that it's a go and with an all-female cast this time around. Ever since Kristin Wiig's "Bridesmaids", Hollywood has felt safer going with an all-female cast
I think everyone knew after that last Indiana Jones movie, it was pretty much on its last legs, but now that Disney has brought the explorer into the Mouse House, they are reviving him in the form of Chris Pratt who has gotten the attention of Hollywood in the past year.
We know that in Hollywood, even the most promising movie with a winning cast doesn't guarantee that a movie will get made quickly, and the Steve Jobs film has been just that. So far, it's had two studio homes, two directors, two A-list actors set to play the lead, but it wasn't until it moved to Universal that the wheels went into motion.
It’s celebrity gossip time and you know we have a lot to report. The rich and famous are always up to some and we should really thank them for keeping us so entertained off the screen just as much as they do on the screen
What do you do when you use the term“coloreds” during a national broadcast interview and you happen to be a white man from the UK? You call yourself an idiot (porously) and apologize to no end.
People are all up in arms about Willow Smith doing this and I can understand why. The girl is 14 and her parents are two of the most famous people in the world. She wants to get her own attention and make a name for herself, I get it.
Michael Keaton's Birdman has proven it can fly after taking top prizes at the Producer's Guild of America (PGA) and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards this weekend. The dark comedy may not have gotten any awards for it's cast members
Jesse Ventura has always known how to make headlines, but when he sued Chris Kyle's estate for defamation over his portrayal in the book 'American Sniper', the media gave him so headlines he wasn't expecting.
San Diego based rapper Tiny Doo is facing unprecedented and unmerited time in prison (25 years to be exact) over lyrics in his music that “glorifies gangs” and talks about other violent things.