While J.J. Abrams is busy with "Star Wars'" galaxy, it looks like "Star Trek" is falling to Roberto Orci.
According to multiple reports, the writer and producer is in talks to helm the third installment of the rebooted "Star Trek" films that date back to Abrams' 2009 outing, "Star Trek."
And the reboots just keep on coming.
The Wrap reports that "Pitch Perfect" actress Rebel Wilson is set to star in an update of the 1980 comedy "Private Benjamin." Though the original starred Goldie Hawn as a spoiled and recently widowed Jewish woman, that's not going to be Wilson's character. She'll appear as a "redneck" who joins forces with "a rich city girl who get more than they bargained for when they enlist in the Marines to escape their present situations," according to the publication.
That's not the only oldie-but-goodie making a return. According to Variety, Warner Bros. has an animated film based on the iconic series "The Flintstones" in development. The studio has reportedly hired Will Ferrell's production partner, Chris Henchy, to write the script. The announcement comes 20 years after the live-action version of "The Flintstones" was released, with John Goodman as the patriarch of the modern Stone Age family.
Which film are you most excited to see hit the theaters?
It seems Ryan Gosling carries his affection for Eva Mendes close to his heart.
The actor made a rare appearance on the red carpet Wednesday night, showing up at the San Francisco premiere of "White Shadow" wearing a necklace bearing the name "Hugo."
There's no such thing as too much Anna Kendrick, which is why we're thrilled she's picking up two new roles.
The Oscar-nominated actress is joining both a new comedy and a new dramedy, on top of also returning for the "Pitch Perfect" sequel.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly going to collaborate once again.
According to Deadline, the engaged couple are set to work on a new movie project that Jolie's written. If all goes according to plan, Jolie and Pitt would co-star in the film.
There are few other details about the movie, but if it did come to pass it would be the first time Pitt and Jolie starred together since 2005's "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
That title showed them to be a powerful on-and-off-screen match: "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" earned $186 million domestically, and stirred all kinds of attention for a burgeoning real life romance.
Kim Kardashian wasn't kidding when she said Kanye West was a fan of Seth Rogen and James Franco.
According to Rogen, the rapper even invited the two actors to his wedding.
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