With fans actively trying to kick Ben Affleck out of his newly acquired Batman role, the actor could use a little advice.
Thankfully, iconic "Batman" star Adam West - who donned the cape on TV and at the movies - has offered Affleck his guidance.
One thing is clear about the new casting shakeup in "The Expendables" franchise: star Sylvester Stallone is pretty thrilled about it.
The 67-year-old actor, who's appeared in the first two films about a team of mercenaries hired by the CIA, tweeted on Tuesday that Harrison Ford is joining the project. Here's the twist: his fellow franchise star Bruce Willis won't appear in the movie.
Sacha Baron Cohen was a spot-on casting choice to play Queen singer Freddie Mercury, but it seems producers are back to the drawing board.
Reports suggest that Cohen has dropped out of an upcoming biopic about the flamboyant frontman due to creative differences. CNN has reached out to Cohen's rep for comment, but has yet to hear back.
The Rebel Alliance has apparently begun recruitment.
The website Bleeding Cool News reports that casting has begun in the U.K., and has posted confirmed casting breakdowns for "Star Wars Episode VII," pointing to a list of seven descriptions of possible character types, a sampling of which you can see below:
Now that "Fifty Shades of Grey" has found its director in Sam Taylor-Johnson, surely the hunt has intensified to find the perfect Christian Grey.
A number of actors have been mentioned as possibilities, including "The Lone Ranger's" Armie Hammer - yet the star tells Playboy magazine that he's not interested in portraying the handsome, domineering billionaire.
At the tender age of 22, Jennifer Lawrence is still winning.
The Oscar winner, who picked up the statuette this year for "Silver Linings Playbook," will serve as both star and producer on her next film.
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