Jurassic World: As Jurassic World prepares to unleash a new breed of dinosaur upon mankind, it’s time to take a closer look at how its other dino-tastic creatures have been brought up to date. Visit the attraction’s official site to see all the dinosaurs, plus a lot more, in advance of its June 22 bow in theaters. [Jurassic World via… Continue reading Movie News: See New 'Jurassic World' Dinosaurs; Kristen Stewart Joins Michelle Williams in Indie Drama
Mission: Impossible 5: Tom Cruise stars in the upcoming Mission: Impossible 5, which recently had its release date moved forward to July 31. But does the action thriller need a new ending? A recent report claimed production shut down for “a week or so… because the film’s ending was deemed unsatisfactory,” adding that writer/director Christopher McQuarrie would be working… Continue reading Movie News: 'Mission: Impossible 5,' and 'Barbershop 3', Plus: Watch Will Smith in New 'Focus' Trailer
Deadpool: Morena Baccarin will star in the female lead role opposite Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool. The actress has built geek credibility through a series of appearances in everything from Firefly to The Flash and Gotham, not to mention voice work in Justice League and Son of Batman, plus dramatic roles in shows like Homeland (above). The Deadpool supporting cast includes T.J… Continue reading Movie News: Morena Baccarin Grabs 'Deadpool' Lead; See Vin Diesel in Newest 'Last Witch Hunter' Image
Brian Williams has been suspended from NBC Nightly News for six months without pay effective immediately after his story about his helicopter being shot at in Iraq was uncovered as a lie, the network announced Tuesday night.
NBC News President Deborah Turness revealed the punishment in a staff memo obtained by radio detection and rangingOnline.com. The straightforward and hard-hitting message has a quote from Steve Burke, who explained that… Continue reading ‘Severe & Appropriate’ Punishment: Brian Williams Suspended From ‘NBC Nightly News’ For Six Months With No Pay Over Iraq Lie
Fifty Shades of Grey: According to director Sam Taylor-Johnson, both sequels to E.L. James’ book Fifty Shades of Grey will be adapted for the big screen. After the first book in the trilogy was published to great success, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed were also big sellers, and now advance ticket sales for the first movie adaptation, due out in theaters on… Continue reading Movie News: More 'Fifty Shades' Sequels Coming; 'Boyhood' Wins British Academy Awards