The next Spider-Man has been chosen. "Wolf Hall" and "The Impossible" star Tom Holland, 19 years old, will play Peter Parker and his web-slinging alter ego.The news was announced by Marvel and Sony, who will work together on the film. Show More Summary
The new Spider-Man has been chosen: Tom Holland (The Impossible, Wolf Hall) will play Peter Parker and his heroic alter-ego, Spider-Man. He’ll first appear in Captain America: Civil War, and then take center stage in a solo film. That...Show More Summary
Marvel said they were going young for their next on-screen Peter Parker. And they’ve done it, casting Wolf Hall star Tom Holland as the wall-crawler with Cop Car director Jon Watts helming the upcoming production. Read more...
Jon Bernthal (“Wolf of Wall Street,” “The Walking Dead, ” “Fury”) joins the upcoming season of “Marvel’s Daredevil.” Bernthal will portray The Punisher, one of Marvel’s most popular characters. He is a vigilante who aims to clean up New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen by any means necessary, no matter how lethal the results. Show More Summary
Take a pre-release listen to the new single from the Texas-based artist's upcoming album "Natural Man." The post Jon Wolfe – “Smile On Mine” appeared first on RoughStock.
Violent protests erupt in Baltimore, apparently blindsiding the media and CNN's Wolf Blitzer despite a long history of racially charged riots throughout the U.S. From The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
YouTube Jon Stewart seems to be at that stage in his career in which he has totally run out of fucks to give.
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart was amazed at CNN host Wolf Blitzer's shock and dismay Tuesday over the events taking place in Baltimore over the last several days.
Our emergency alert system should have been triggered a long time ago for Baltimore's poor. Jon Stewart lamented the fact that we only pay attention to impoverished black communities when their desperation ignites into flames on Wednesday night's show. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart wonders why no one cared about Baltimore until it was literally "on fire"
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart opened his show this Tuesday with some coverage of the protests and rioting we've seen in Baltimore this week, and of course the media's reaction to what's happening, and in particular, CNN's Wolf Blitzer. After...Show More Summary
Hours after being called out by a Ferguson activist, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer was the butt of the joke on the Daily Show on Tuesday night, as Jon Stewart hammered him for acting shocked about the unrest in Baltimore. “Elvis leading a herd of orthodox Jewish unicorns through a city street...
4.2! Giant airs! Four turn front-side down the line waveriding! I missed it, but Jeff didn't. Nor did Scott, the Wolf, Jon, Pav, Bruce and Eric. It sounded so sweet...I haven't sailed in the ocean in six months, and haven't...
New releases from Darius Rucker, Jon Wolfe, Cam and the ACM’s Now disc lead the list of recordings hitting stores today. The post The Weekly New Release Report For March 31, 2015 appeared first on RoughStock.
The University of Nevada relieved head basketball coach David Carter of his duties Wednesday, letting him go within hours of the Wolf Pack's 67-46 loss to UNLV in the Mountain West conference tournament. Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reported the news: Carter, who turns 48 on Thursday, was in his sixth season at the school. Show More Summary
Via Armored Wolf's Jon Brynolfsson, The last day of January saw a substantial rally in Crude. Ostensibly, the trigger for this was a notable drop in the Baker Hughes rig count. I don’t buy it. I think Fridays 3% uptick in crude prices will be one more head-fake, a false breakout. Show More Summary
Winona Ryder (The Iceman, Black Swan), Alfred Molina (Chocolat, Raiders Of The Lost Ark) and Jon Bernthal (The Wolf Of Wall Street, Snitch) have been cast opposite Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener in HBO's six-hour miniseries Show Me A Hero from The Wire co-creator David Simon. Show More Summary
Wolf tickets? Remember that televised melee on CBS featuring Nick Diaz and Mayhem Miller? I'm afraid Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier have made that point of reference obsolete, following today's (Aug. 4, 2014) epic staredown explosion at...Show More Summary
Oscar winner Christopher Walken has been cast to be the voice of King Louie while "Breaking Bad" alum Giancarlo Esposito will play Akela the wolf in director Jon Favorou's adaption of the Rudyard Kipling story, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
He's scored hits in Texas with his last album It All Happened In A Honky Tonk and is now returning with the world premiere of his lead single from the upcoming album Natural Man. Take a listen to the exclusive world-premiere of "What Are You Doin' Right Now" here!