The fight against genetically modified organisms – especially against Monsanto, the organization recognized for them – has amplified in aggression over the past two years. The Inquisitr reported on the latest pertaining to the GMO fight, which seems as if it is now a war. Show More Summary
Punk rocker turned actor Henry Rollins (“Sons of Anarchy”) and actor C. Thomas Howell (“Grimm”) will be a part of the ABC Family paranormal drama “Stitchers,” The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports. “Rollins will guest star as Barbiero, a security...
Louis C.K. will helm his first feature film in 14 years, writing, directing and starring in the new indie movie, I'm a Cop, according to The Hollywood Reporter. C.K. will star as a depressed, middle-aged volunteer cop whose mother is a decorated retired officer. After her death, C.K.'s character, still feeling...
Charlize Theron and Sean Penn are reportedly going to marry in August after only 18 months of dating. The Daily Star have alleged that the Hollywood starlets are going to exchange vows in Johannesburg, South Africa, which is Theron’s home-town, and a variety of actors and celebrities are set to hit the city. Show More Summary
Comedian Louis C.K. is set to write, direct and star in an independent film called I'm a Cop, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The movie will be produced by Scott Rudin, who recently helped bring Chris Rock's Top Five to the scr...
Mexican actress, singer, and comedienne María Elena Velasco has died at the age of 74. According to The Hollywood Reporter, local news outlets previously reported that Velasco had been battling stomach cancer; however, state-run film institute Imcine did not specify the cause in its statement about her death. Show More Summary
How Hollywood can you get? Bobby Crosby reportedly makes a habit of videotaping himself and other spectators catching home run balls during batting practice and games. On Saturday at Dodger Stadium, he found himself at the center ofShow More Summary
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER cites 'erratic' behavior and disagreements with producers which led to Trank's removal from STAR WARS solo film.
Critics liked it, and audiences turned out in droves for Avengers: Age of Ultron, giving it the second-biggest domestic opening weekend ever, with a formidable $187.7 million, reports the Hollywood Reporter. But though Ultron fell short of the original Avengers' $207.4 million debut, it continued to rake in...
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney and Lucasfilm decided to part ways with director Josh Trank on the notion that he was going to pursue other "original creative projects". Trank was absent at Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California where he was supposed to discuss his film along with "Rogue One" director Gareth Edwards. Show More Summary
Josh Trank, whose upcoming Fantastic Four reboot opens July 30, has left Star Wars: Rogue One. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 31-year-old director “made a personal decision” to leave. Trank earned recognition for his clever work on sci-fi found-footage film Chronicle in 2012, but sources suggested that the pressure of... More »
The race controversy swirling around Adam Sandler's Western comedy Ridiculous Six just isn't going away. The Hollywood Reporter reports that a source on set says that the makeup team has been darkening actors of various ethnicities to make them appear Native American. Indeed, one of the actors who walked off... More »
The roles just keeping coming for actor J.K. Simmons! The newly crowned Oscar winner has signed on to co-star alongside Emile Hirsch in a new buddy comedy set to begin filming this summer. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Whiplash actor J.K. Show More Summary
It looks like Hollywood may be running out of well-known titles from the past to remake, because now they're reaching into the late 90s for a cult sci-fi horror film for inspiration. THR reports Lionsgate is developing a remake of the 1997 flick Cube. Show More Summary
Fight!!!!!! Elizabeth Banks just threw epic shade towards Tara Reid in her recent cover story with the Hollywood Reporter! What the what?! The Pitch Perfect 2 director talked about her early days in Hollywood and how some of her peers couldn't survive the grind — specifically the American Pie star. [ Related: Elizabeth & Rebel Wilson Are In [...]
The Weinstein Co. and the BBC will team up to create a miniseries based on Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “the limited series will be simulcast in the U.S. in 2016.” Three cable networks, Lifetime,Show More Summary
According to The Hollywood Reporter, HBO has greenlit Brothers In Atlanta, a comedy series penned by Diallo Riddle and Bashir Salahuddin and produced by Lorne Michaels. It’s been a long journey for Riddle and Salahuddin, two friends and writing partners who have struggled to make a series about two friends struggling to make it in Atlanta. Show More Summary
It’s the diss heard ’round the world. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter Elizabeth Banks made an offhand comment about a fellow actress, and she’s taking a bit of heat for it. First, some context – Banks sat down the Reporter...Show More Summary
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. Pictures has signed on director Adam Wingard ("The Guest") to adapt the supernatural anime "Death Note" into a feature film. The studio purchased the rights to the anime/manga six years ago with "Iron Man 3" director Shane Black set to write and direct the film. Show More Summary
A new comedy series with connections to NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” has been picked up by HBO. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the pay cable channel gave a series order to “Brothers in Atlanta,” from “SNL” mastermind Lorne...