It looks like "The Amazing Spider-Man" has a few more webs to sling.
Sony Pictures' Chairman of Worldwide Marketing and Distribution, Jeff Blake, announced the dates for two more 'Spider-Man' sequels - and the schedule extends into 2018.
From a Kickstarter campaign to reality, the production for the "Veronica Mars" movie is official underway. The announcement was made on the Facebook page for the film.
"And... ACTION! The Veronica Mars movie has officially started production. LIKE this milestone to send your support to the cast and crew," read the caption underneath a photo of the clapboard.
Speaking of the cast and crew, it appears as though more residents of Neptune will be joining their peers including, Tina Majorino (returning as Mac) and Krysten Ritter reprising her role as Gia Goodman. In a letter to the Kickstarter supporters, Ritter stressed her excitement for the reunion.
"Veronica Mars has a special place in my heart because it was my first big acting job," she wrote. "It was also one of the most lovely on-set experiences you could ever ask for. This will truly be an awesome shoot, not only because we all get to be reunited (can’t WAIT!) but because of the revolutionary way this all was able to come to life!"
How about you guys, excited about all the casting news?
The life and times of Jordan Belfort were so insane they had to be made into a book. And now, like any good book, there's the movie.
An official trailer for the film, "The Wolf of Wall Street," starring Leonardo DiCaprio (playing Belfort), Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey, has hit the web.
Directed by Martin Scorsese, "The Wolf of Wall Street," is based on the book of the same name by Belfort, a former New York stockbroker notorious for his outlandish spending and legal woes. The book is said to have inspired the flick, "Boiler Room."
Over Kanye West's "Black Skinhead," from his latest release, "Yeezus," clips of raucous parties, yachts and beautiful women jump out during the two minute clip. If the imagery and slick trailer editing are any indication, the film version of "Wolf" looks equally as enthralling as it's literary predecessor. Think "The Great Gatsby" meets the aforementioned "Boiler Room" - minus Vin Diesel.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" is slated to open November 15.
Drake's music is known for his its raw emotion and honesty, and apparently so are his interviews with the press.
In a sit-down with GQ for their latest cover story, the rapper/singer didn't seem to hold back. Leading up to the August release of his third studio album, "Nothing Was the Same," Drake told the magazine he's four tracks into his new project and at 26, he hopes to have made $250 million by the time he's 29.
Lil' Wayne has a response for folks who found his alleged "stomp" on the American Flag offensive: It's not that deep.
In footage that leaked of behind-the-scenes visuals for Wayne's "God Bless Amerika" track, the rapper is seen stepping on an American flag as it falls down behind him. Music sites, blogs and even an MMA fighter voiced their displeasure for what was deemed unpatriotic.
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