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The 'Chef' helmer would have said yes if he had been asked to direct 'Star Wars Episode 7' and teases that he would make 'Magic Kingdom' after 'The Jungle Book' is done.
The director of the first two 'Iron Man' movies says his experience on the superhero films could help him bring Mowgli back to the big screen.
Cyrus' Molly Morris goes from a private investigator to an FBI agent who has to protect the daughter of a one-time Mobster.
The husband of Blake Lively is set to star, while the 'Iron Man' helmer will serve behind the lens for the film that is based on the true story of Art and Walt Arfons.
The PBS period drama fights against the likes of 'Game of Thrones' and 'Mad Men' for the coveted prize, while NBC's comedy 'Community' gets the most nominations with six.
The 'My Favorite Mistake' singer appreciates the love and support, assuring her devotees that she is fine, healthy and happy, and is currently working on her new record.
The 'Iron Man' helmer has emerged as the frontrunner to tackle the GK Films musical film project, which has John Logan serving as the screenwriter.
During the 37th Annual Saturn Awards, the Christopher Nolan-directed movie has claimed Best Science Fiction Film, Best Director, Best Writer award and more.
Jon Favreau calls the 83-year-old actor a pioneer of independent film, while Seth Meyers and Ralph Macchio brand his 70's movie 'The In-Laws' one of the funniest movies of all time.
The director doesn't want to do a movie which is 'loaded with built-in expectations' and would prefer 'Magic Kingdom' because its lights a fire inside him.
The 'S8ter Boy' singer looks inviting with her 'Drink Me' necklace in the official cover art of her soon-to-be-debuted single 'What the Hell'.
The Ellen DeGeneres protege moves from one place to another before ending up in an empty room soaking wet under the rain.
Chicks and modified cars are also featured in the video as two street racers are back on the road to gain their freedom with a federal agent and a corrupt businessman on their trail.
The 'Iron Man' and 'Iron Man 2' helmer takes it to his Twitter to confirm that he is parting ways with the superhero film franchise, writing 'It's true, I'm directing Magic Kingdom, not Iron Man 3.'
Jon Favreau is said in talks with the studio to serve behind the lens for the big-screen adaptation of Disney's theme park attraction.