May have let slip casting information on the new Bond Girl for "Bond 22", Australian actress Rose Byrne has pointed out to MTV News that the role has probably gone to her fellow thesp Abbie Cornish, who also happens to be her real-life friend.
He's been a music teacher, a film producer, and a Mexican wrestler, and now is about to become an adventurer as well, obviously for the big screen. Yes, Jack Black has signed on to assume the profession in his new starring vehicle "The Lost Adventures of Stone Perlmutter Jr", which he also produces.
Looks like George Miller is up for something big in his film-directing career. Latino Review and Collider.com have both come up with reports claiming the "Happy Feet" helmer is considering to take the director's chair in the anticipated "Justice League of America", which Warner Bros. Pictures is currently setting up under its banner.
Hot on the heels of her shocking revelation to ABC News' Diane Sawyer that she's almost four months pregnant with boyfriend Joel Madden's child, there comes a new report claiming Nicole Richie is expecting a baby boy.
Music mogul Simon Cowell apparently has developed a new interest in entertainment industry. The "American Idol" judge reportedly is now venturing into film production through a music-themed project tentatively titled "Star Struck."
Vigilante Frank Castle is ready to load his guns again this year. Lionsgate Film as the company producing "The Punisher 2" revealed in its new press release issued on Wednesday morning (August 1) that production on the flick has been set for an October start date with "Rome" star Ray Stevenson starring under Lexi Alexander's direction.
Verizon Wireless is getting avid at its music sponsorship. The phone company has tied a deal with Australian rockers AC/DC to release the band's entire back to back catalog, making itself the only company to gain the exclusive right.
A number of musicians are paying tribute to the late victims of Virginia Tech incident. Those slated to perform at the University's Lane Stadium are John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, Virginia-born country singer Phil Vassar and rapper Nas.
Going into the surface Sunday night (July 29), Discovery Channel's "Shark Week" really got off on the right fin in its twentieth anniversary with the airing of "Ocean of Fear: The Worst Shark Attack Ever."
Billboard.com has gained confirmation that Eminem will not release a new studio album called "King Mathers". The rapper's label Interscope said "there is no new Eminem record on the schedule right now."
Another day, another project from Universal Pictures. The giant film company is now being reported to have put a new sports comedy titled "Pros" into its future movie slate following its plan to make "Shinobi" alongside Circle of Confusion and Spitfire Pictures.
There it is, after days of chatter and speculation, it is confirmed on Wednesday August 1st that Whoopi Goldberg is joining ABC's daytime television talk show "The View," filling in Rosie O'Donnell's seat following her abrupt departure in May.
The battle continues and it's getting even more serious. Melanie Brown aka Scary Spice, has on Wednesday August 1st, filed a paternity suit against former boyfriend Eddie Murphy, seeks to legally establish him as the father of her four-month-old daughter Angel Iris Murphy Brown while is asking for child support as well.