Hollywood United in Tragedy

22 07 2012

In wake of the tragic events that occured in Aurora, Colorado last Friday, Hollywood has taken an unprecedented stand to show respect for the victims of the shooting. Read the rest of this entry »





“Pariah” Comes into Focus!

28 01 2011

The hits keep coming from Sundance. Spike Lee protege, Dee Rees’ debut film, ‘Pariah,’ which premiered  to rave reviews at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, has been acquired by Focus Features for theatrical distribution, according to Deadline.com. Read the rest of this entry »





Travolta in Talks to Play the Teflon Don!

26 01 2011

Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner John Travolta has played a mob hitman and a shylock but he is currently negotiating for a chance to play the Teflon Don, New York City mob boss John Gotti in an upcoming film. The film will tell the story about three generations of the crime family. Read the rest of this entry »





Smith’s “Annie” Remake Confirmed!

26 01 2011

Last year, Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment provided a star vehicle for his son Jaden in The Karate Kid, this year Willow Smith will get her film, the popular Broadway musical remake, Annie. Read the rest of this entry »





Whedon to Direct the Avengers Project!

23 07 2010

Marvel Comics has been prepping the collaboration of some of it’s most-notable superheroes for several years. At an announcement made at this year’s Comic-con, Joss Whedon has made it official that he is indeed helming superstar pairing of “The Avengers.” Read the rest of this entry »





Snipes Loses Court Appeal

17 07 2010

Film star Wesley Snipes lost his latest bout with the IRS when a federal court in Atlanta upheld tax evasion convictions charges against the actor. Read the rest of this entry »





Caine Leaks Start Date for “Batman 3!”

10 07 2010

The much-anticipated follow up to “The Dark Knight” apparently has a start date according to one of the film’s principals. Read the rest of this entry »





Murphy Still “Nutty?”

18 05 2010

One of the biggest box office stars of the 1980s, Eddie Murphy is struggling to stay relevant. The former comedy superstar has one film in the can with no distribution date and is developing a potential third “The Nutty Professor” movie, that he has to convince distributors that it could be funny. As the Notorious B.I.G. once said, “times done changed!” Read the rest of this entry »








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