A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… well, OK, 30 years ago (on May 25, 1983) in our own galaxy, came the theatrical release of “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.” The installment triumphantly wrapped up the “Star Wars” saga for all time. Or so we thought.
Little did we know that the movie’s cuddly-but-ferocious Ewoks would soon spawn a cottage industry of spinoffs, or… Continue reading 'Return of the Jedi': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Original 'Star Wars' Trilogy Finale
On the surface, tensions appear to have soothed over between Demi Moore and daughter Rumer Willis, who hit up Hollywood nightspot Bootsy Bellows late on Thursday night.
But radio detection and rangingOnline.com can reveal the pair is still battling to keep their on-again, off-again mother-daughter relationship on track, amid concerns the 50-year-old movie star uses her children as a reason to party.
“Demi and Rumer have been working on repairing their… Continue reading Demi Moore’s Daughters ‘Apprehensive’ About Renewed Relationship With Mom, As She & Rumer Party Together In Hollywood
Achieving a balance between romance and action, plot and heart isn’t the easiest thing for a show to do in its freshman season, but “Arrow” has surpassed all of our considerably high expectations this year. So much so that we pretty much despise every time the show goes on hiatus. And we’re not alone.
“Breaks are terrible,” Stephen Amell agrees. “I understand why they’re necessary… Continue reading #Arrow star @amellywood tells us 10 awesome things about the end of the season
Production on Charlie Kaufman‘s crowdfunded Anomalisa — an animated short about a depressed motivational speaker — started last November. While we wait to see more of the project, let’s turn our attention to an announcement from FX (via Vulture) that the director is developing a half-hour comedy for the network called How and Why. The sitcom will be focused on an idiot savant-type character that… Continue reading 'Being John Malkovich's Charlie Kaufman is Creating a TV Show -- Here's What It's About
UPDATE: Universal Pictures announced late Thursday afternoon that Colin Trevorrow would direct “Jurassic Park 4,” ending months of speculation about who would helm the third sequel to 1993′s blockbuster “Jurassic Park.”
Trevorrow is a relative Hollywood newcomer, having directed only one other film previously, 2012′s “Safety Not Guaranteed,” for which he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature. That film featured a science fiction-esque time travel plot… Continue reading 'Jurassic Park 4': What We Know So Far About the Sequel, Including the New Director (UPDATE)