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The title of the next James Bond movie is SPECTRE. And Monica Belluci is one of its “Bond girls.”
Speaking of which, Stephen Hawking wants to be a Bond villain.
Suicide Squad was confirmed to star Jared Leto, Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Tom Hardy and more as DC supervillains.
Benedict Cumberbatch was confirmed for Dr. Strange. Ryan Reynolds… Continue reading Best of the Week: James Bond in 'SPECTRE,' Lots of Marvel Superhero and DC Supervillain Casting, and More
There are several superstars in the land of Internet cats, but only one has looks that could kill: Grumpy Cat. The 2013 Webby Awards winner’s real name is Tardar Sauce (aka Tard), and her dwarfism and underbite give her a permanent frown. Deadline is reporting that the cranky kitty will now be the star of her own film. The website is describing the feature as a “Garfield-like” story. Does that… Continue reading From Internet Meme to Movie: Get Ready to See Lots More of the Grumpy Cat
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While those of us in our east coast office are still recovering from New York Fashion Week, our British counterparts are busy stylespotting all over London for — you guessed it — London Fashion Week. Here, read up on the latest from the chic shows and star-packed front rows:
Mulberry celebrated another “monster” hit when its latest collection… Continue reading London Fashion Week So Far: Mulberry, Burberry and Lots of Star Power
The ultra-dramatic trailer for Five, from a talented quintet of females, spares no emotional note. There are tears, dramatic music, and angry guitar smashing — but, also, from the looks of it, some truly phenomenal acting.
The movie, premiering on Lifetime Oct. 10, is a series of five short films with some very famous names attached. Jennifer Aniston, Alicia Keys, Demi… Continue reading ‘Five’: Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore direct star-filled cancer drama. Expect tears. Lots of tears. — VIDEO
Review in a Hurry: This body-switching comedy plays like a super-raunchy Freaky Friday, with two best buds (Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds) accidentally swapping their wildly different lives. Funny performances and one-liners freshen the hackneyed premise somewhat, but Change-Up gets effed-up by sloppy storytelling and gratuitously vulgar gags.… Continue reading Movie Review: The Change-Up Is Like Freaky Friday, Except With Lots More Poop Jokes