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)
So, J.J. Abrams is directing “Star Wars Episode VII”?
According to the Wrap, the filmmaker will be taking on the next chapter in the series. This contradicts earlier reports where Abrams stated he had turned it down.
“I quickly said that because of my loyalty to ‘Star Trek,’ and also just being a fan, I wouldn’t even want to be involved in the next version of those things,” Abrams told Empire Magazine… Continue reading J.J. Abrams, 'Star Wars' Director: Filmmaker May Take On Next Chapter For Disney (UPDATE)
It’s an election year, which means “Saturday Night Live” gets an extra half hour every week during “SNL Weekend Update Thursday” to skewer all the ridiculous news that comes up on the campaign trail. The first 2012 edition featured a skit about the leaked Mitt Romney video that made fun of “Fox & Friends” as much as the Republican nominee, along with some feisty Update… Continue reading 'SNL Weekend Update Thursday' skewers Mitt Romney and Fox & Friends
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Simon Cowell doesn’t want to make the same mistake twice.
The X Factor chief is taking his own sweet time finding the ideal host for the second season of the Fox version of his hit show. Unlike last year, when host-bot Steve Jones handled the show solo, Cowell wants two people for the gig this fall. And instead of… Continue reading ‘The X Factor’ host update: Stacy Keibler, Mario Lopez, Khloé Kardashian?
Duncan Jones to Direct Ian Fleming Biopic: Moon director Duncan Jones has announced plans to follow up his two sci-fi films (Moon, Source Code) with a film about James Bond creator Ian Fleming, whose real-life story prior to writing his iconic James Bond novels was at times just as action-packed and thrilling as the character he later went on to create. Says Jones, “Fleming lived… Continue reading Weekend Update: Duncan Jones' Next Film Announced, Ryan Reynolds Wanted for 'Highlander' Remake and More