Following yesterday's news from Fox that 'Wolverine 3' will be released in 2017, following 'X-Men: Apocalypse,' we now have even more news about the upcoming 'Wolverine' sequel, which seems to be picking up steam pretty quickly even though its release is still a few years away: Hugh Jackman will indeed return as your favorite Canadian mutant, and David James Kelly will be providing the script for the newest installment.
On the heels of the first new trailer for HBO's third season of 'Veep,' we've got a brand new trailer for the upcoming season of the hilarious series, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus returning as Selina Meyer, everyone's favorite Vice President. And this time around, with the President declining to run for a second term, it looks like it's Selina's time to make a run for the Oval Office -- but she may need to trim the fat, first. That's where new recurring star Diedrich Bader comes in.
With 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' set to hit theaters in just under two months, director Marc Webb has been one rather busy gentleman. In addition to promoting the new film, Webb is also preparing to go back to work for 'The Amazing Spider-Man 3,' which will hit theaters in 2016 -- but for fans hoping that the director will stick around for the fourth film, we've got some news: Webb will sadly not be returning to the director's chair after Spidey's third installment.
While we're all gearing up for the 2014 Academy Awards, there's a different sort of long-standing awards tradition that took place over the weekend: the Razzie Awards, which honors the best of the worst in film in each year. And this year M. Night Shyamalan and Will Smith's 'After Earth' and the celeb-heavy ensemble anthology comedy 'Movie 43' took home the most prizes with three awards each.
Those who tuned into NBC's live coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi tonight were greeted with a little something extra from the network: during a commercial break, NBC teased the return of 'Heroes,' the television series created by Tim Kring, which ended in 2010. The new standalone series is appropriately titled 'Heroes Reborn,' as teased when the word "Reborn" flashed under the classic logo during the special promo.
By now you've seen a ton of those "Look Back" videos on Facebook, which makes it look like pretty much all of your friends and loved ones have died and Facebook has done them the morbid courtesy of making a nice obituary montage. Fun! If you're anything like us, you've been ignoring the hell out of them, but here's one you shouldn't ignore: a Look Back video for Walter White of 'Breaking Bad,' which tracks Mr. White's sordid history on the show with humor and plenty of hashtags. Enjoy!
Finally, after months of development, J.J. Abrams has confirmed that he's ready to move on to the next stage: this weekend at the Television Critics Association, the director confirmed that the script has been completed for 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' and that the production is now in "deep prep" on the upcoming film, which is scheduled for a December, 2015 release. Well that's a relief.
'The LEGO Movie' hits theaters next month, so we've been seeing more and more TV spots and ads for the new animated adventure flick from Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the hilarious minds behind 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' and the upcoming '22 Jump Street.' Today, Warner Bros. dropped a new international spot, featuring some new footage focusing a little more on Elizabeth Banks' punky and heroic Wyldstyle character.
Miles Teller has been picking up steam lately with roles in 'The Spectacular Now' and 'Whiplash,' which opened the festivities at this week's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. And right on the heels of that premiere comes word of Teller's latest role: playing comedy icon Dan Aykroyd in the upcoming John Belushi biopic, starring Emile Hirsch. At least that's what Hirsch says.
Dave Madden, beloved star of the classic television series 'The Partridge Family,' has passed away at the age of 83. Madden played the role of the family's oft put-upon band manager Reuben Kincaid, who often was annoyed by the shenanigans of young Danny, played by former child star Danny Bonaduce. Madden was also the star of the '70s show 'Laugh-In.'
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