We got some mean e-mails from people when we reported that Steve Jones was out of the X-Factor USA, but we told you our sources are good. Now you know Nicole Scherzinger is next to head over to London to replace Kelly Rowland.
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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ has had the weather to contend with, but now George Miller’s latest film with Tom Hardy and Chalize Theron is back on track in Africa with some new killer car images.
Starz is amping up everything we loved about ‘Spartacus: Blood and Sand’ (sans Andy Whitfield), and the new featurette for ‘Spartacus: Vengeance’ is full of blood, gore, skin and men in leather holsters. Check out the featurette below.
Sarah Palin is learning the harsh reality that reality series fame is as fleeting as well, not entering the 2012 Presidential election after teasing it for so long.
Joss Whedon can thank his ‘Thor’ star Chris Hemsworth that his indie horror flick ‘Cabin In the Woods’ will be released, and the new poster below has just hit giving it a ‘Saw 3D’ feel.
Yup, David Tennant gets to say that line we’ve all heard since elementary school in the ‘Fright Night‘ remake with Colin Farrell.
Check out the new ‘Wonder Woman’ Adrianne Palicki in full action on set of NBC’s upcoming show from David E. Kelley. After getting criticized for the new outfit not being patriotic anymore, Kelley did switch out Palicki’s blue boots for red ones.
For more info visit: www.hollywood.com Morgan Spurlock talks about the making of his new documentary.
We’ve been seeing plenty of all the big summer 2011 movies like ‘Thor’, ‘Green Lantern‘ and ‘Transformers‘, but ‘X-Men‘ and ‘Captain America‘ have been pretty quiet until now.
Lindsay Lohan has been ousted from Matthew Wilder’s film ‘Inferno‘, the biopic about porn star Linda Lovelace.
As Best Movies Ever told you last week, Paramount has got Jackass 4 on the way next year, but now they’ve ordered three more Jackass films. Now it’s up to Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O & Company to name their price. If they’re smart they’ll wrangle for more than the $2 million per pic Paramount’s offering each of them.
The Social Network took the crown of Box Office Champion for the 2nd Week while Katherine Heigl fought her image problem with Life As We Know It hitting 2nd and Secretariat’s shocking underperformance in 3rd place.