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There's nothing too reveaing in this interview (the next time you speak to the director of one of the most highly anticipated comic book movies of all-time, it might be nice to slip in just one or two questions about the movie itself) with Zack Snyder, but his comments on Detroit and how he feels about the fans trying to spoil Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice with set photos and spoilers are still very interesting. Share your thoughts on the filmmaker's comments in the usual place! Starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Laurence Fishburne, Diane Lane, Jesse Eisenberg, and Jeremy Irons, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is set to be released on March 25th, 2016. »
The annual awards show will be televised for the first time ever on CBS on Friday, November 14, with Queen Latifah on board as host.
Janelle Monae has been set as the first performer for this year's Hollywood Film Awards.
The Hollywood Film Awards starts at 7.30pm live Et/delayed Pt on CBS with a special half-hour red carpet show featuring fashion and interviews.
A live one-hour broadcast featuring interviews with winners and highlights follows the awards ceremony. »
Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., Jonah Hill, Keira Knightley and Kristen Stewart to appear on the Hollywood Film Awards November 14th on CBS. Special Musical Performance by Janelle Monáe The 2014 Awards Show will be Hosted by Queen Latifah and Broadcast Live from the Hollywood Palladium The Hollywood Film Awards today announced additional stars scheduled to appear at the inaugural broadcast of The Hollywood Film Awards live from the Hollywood Palladium, Friday, November 14, 2014 (8:00-10:00 Pm, live Et/delayed Pt) on the CBS Television Network. Host Queen Latifah will welcome Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., Jonah Hill, Keira Knightley and Kristen Stewart. Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Janelle Monáe will also take to the stage for a special musical performance. They join previously announced guests Gerard Butler, Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore, Jack O’Connell, Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum, Jean-Marc Vallée, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley. »
The 2014 Hollywood Film Awards gets some very big names on board.
The Hollywood Film Awards on Nov. 14 is shaping up to be a very A-list affair.
Et has just learned that Ben Affleck, Kristen Stewart, Robert Downey, Jr., Benedict Cumberbatch, Amy Adams, Jonah Hill and Keira Knightley have just been confirmed to attend the annual show, which will be broadcast for the first time on CBS this year. The star-studded event is considered to be the official launch of the Hollywood awards season.
Photos: Hollywood Film Awards' Most Stylish Stars
The Hollywood Film Awards will air live from the Hollywood Palladium on Friday, Nov. 14, 2014 at 8 p.m. Et on CBS, with a half-hour red carpet show airing at 7:30 p.m.
News: Ben Affleck Explains Why He was Banned from Blackjack »
Director Michael Bay has been making Transformers movies for the better part of the last decade, with the most recent installment budgeted just north of $200 million and raking in more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office, but now that Bay intends to turn the blockbuster franchise over to someone new, it seems he's keen on making something smaller and more serious. Per the The Hollywood Reporter, Bay is circling 13 Hours, a political drama about the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on a U.S. State Department compound in Benghazi, which left one U.S. Ambassador and three other Americans dead. Chuck Hogan, who wrote the novel that became Ben Affleck's The Town, is adapting the script from author Michael Zuckoff's book "13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened In Benghazi". The film is set up at Paramount. As a filmmaker, Bay gets a lot of flak these days, primarily »
- Jordan Benesh
It's no secret that David Fincher's "Gone Girl" is one of our favorite movies. It's a sleek, taut thriller that is gorgeously photographed, psychologically complex, and asks deeper questions about the nature of marriage, contemporary gender roles, and the media's vampire-like thirst for blood. But one thing that the movie was desperately missing was kittens. Sure, there was a cat. But no kittens. Thankfully, the Internet has heard our prayers and responded accordingly.
This trailer, by the Pet Collective, dubbed the "Gone Girl (Cute Kitten Version)" is pretty self-explanatory - it runs through some of the more memorable moments from the film, throws in a lot of super-obvious puns, and comes out on the other side unscathed. Our favorite part is when the kitten-version of Detective Boney asks the kitten-version of Ben Affleck about his massive credit card debt and Kittenfleck responds with, "I don't have a general understanding of currency. »
- Drew Taylor
Batman has arguably one of the greatest rogues galleries in comic book history. The Dark Knight’s rogues have – for the most part – managed to toe the line between silly and frightening, between out of the ordinary and trite, without ever becoming mundane.
At the end of the day Batman is just a man, and there’s an ocean of depth beneath the cowl for villains to exploit. He’s not always running the streets, engaging with his foes in hand to hand combat; sometimes a villain comes along that tests his intelligence as much as his combat prowess.
When it was announced that Ben Affleck would be donning the cape and cowl for Zack Snyder’s upcoming Batman/Superman movie a number of fanboys threw a hissy fit that would have made Angelica from Rugrats proud (though, they seemed to get over it rather quickly).
After the dust settled, »
- Jesse Gumbarge
With over $1bn in the bank and counting for its latest outing, Transformers has once again proven itself the most critic-proof movie franchise on the planet (well, outside of Pirates Of The Caribbean). Transformers: Age Of Extinction's gross to date is $1.08bn, slightly down on Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, but still more than enough to reward the investment in it. The DVD and Blu-ray release is yet to come as well.
Michael Bay had hinted that he wouldn't direct another Transformers film after Age Of Extinction, and at the very least, it looks like he's after a smaller-sized production again. He made Pain And Gain between the last two Transformers films, and it might be he's on the lookout for something of that ilk once more.
The Hollywood Reporter reckons he's opting for 13 Hours as his next project, »
When Warner Brothers announced their upcoming slate of DC Comics films earlier this month, it became apparent that the studio (and director Zack Snyder) would be populating the burgeoning DC Cinematic Universe with household names, namely Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Green Lantern, along with well established and popular characters like Shazam and Cyborg. However, that doesn’t mean that more obscure heroes won’t be making their way to the big screen, something that Snyder himself confirmed today.
The director called into a local Detroit radio station, first and foremost to thank the city for its hospitality and for all of the support that its citizens have shown Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. He also gave a little hint about the future Justice League roster, and suggested that we could see some relatively unknown characters join the fray:
“As we add to the Justice League »
- James Garcia
The internet has had its way. Today is National Cat Day for our neighbours south of the border, and while we wish it was International Cat Day so we could celebrate our Canadian feline friends, we’re turning to our attention to our purrfect pals on the big screen.
A brief glimpse of Ben Affleck’s anatomy in Gone Girl may be capturing the headlines, but we’re focused on his orange tabby co-star (real name: Bleecker), who waits patiently for Affleck and Rosamund Pike to work out their differences. Bill Murray also shares his screen time with a fluffy white cat in St. Vincent. Felix the cat seems to be the only real companion for his curmudgeon of a character who seems averse to human interaction.
In honour of National Cat Day and because we strive to live every day like it’s Caturday, here are our picks for »
- Rachel West
"...'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' features the DC Comics characters 'Superman' and 'Batman'. It is the intended sequel to 2013's 'Man of Steel' and the second installment in the 'DC Cinematic Universe'..."
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- Michael Stevens
Even with Halloween right around the corner, stars were out and about around the world this week. Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain continued promoting Interstellar in London, and Jared Leto and Alessandra Ambrosio showed off their enviable locks at a boutique opening. Ben Affleck flexed his muscles in La, while Adrian Grenier showed off his abs on the beach in Miami. Carrie Underwood concealed her baby bump in a blue dress during an appearance in NYC, where Taylor Swift was also busy promoting her new album, 1989. Keep reading to see all that and more of the best celebrity pictures this week - so far! »
Ben Affleck’s personal trainer Rehan Jalali has allegedly revealed some details about Affleck’s incarnation of the Dark Knight from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. As always the sources claiming that Jalali leaked this are vague and this may just be pure speculation. Nevertheless, the report claims the following:
There are two Batsuits (we’ve seen them both before — he has a traditional Batsuit, and an armored Batsuit like in “The Dark Knight Returns”). The armored suit has Kryptonite all over it, and it can shoot missiles. There are two Batmobiles. Affleck has a shirtless scene as Bruce Wayne to show off his new physique. The shirtless scene is beautifully shot and shows Affleck overlooking a destroyed city (probably Metropolis?).
Most of this information we had already gathered from seeing the leaked trailer, stills released by the studio, and other rumours. Kryptonite has yet to be introduced into the series, »
- Thomas Roach
Ah, National Cat Day. A holiday neither sanctioned by anyone or wanted outside of the hallowed realm of the Internet. Still, was there a purpose for the Internet aside from funny cat videos? I would like to see the study that proves that! So, without further delay, I present to you Gone Girl with an all cat cast. Yeah, that's right. David Fincher's critically lauded adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel may have Ben Affleck and a brilliant Rosamund Pike, but does it have nearly as much »
- Alex Maidy
As expected Happy New Year has taken an unprecedented opening, leaving the competition gasping for breath.
The buzz in the film trade suggests that some of the Hindi and Hollywood films lined up for the coming Friday are now shying away from release.
A spokesperson from a leading multiplex chain said, "Considering their cast and high-profile release globally Gone Girl and Fury would under normal circumstances, get major releases. But Happy New Year is expected to sustain significantly in the second week. There are three Hindi and three Hollywood releases lined up for next week. Some of them would have to be either be postponed or relegated to odd timings. Happy New Year will rule the second week. »
The final numbers are in and The CW's "The Flash" scored a 3.2 rating and 6.83 million viewers in Live+7 numbers for its series premiere earlier this month - making it the most-watched telecast in The CW's history. The CW is also saying across all platforms, including digital streams and encores, the first episode was seen more than 13 million times.
Meanwhile, Malese Jow ("The Vampire Diaries") has joined the cast in a recurring role as Linda Park. The character is described as a quick-witted reporter for the Central City Picture News and who becomes a potential Barry romantic interest. She first appears in the twelfth episode. [Source: The Live Feed]
Bob Odenkirk admits he hasn't seen any of actual footage from the "Breaking Bad" spin-off "Better Call Saul" in which he stars. He also says the hourlong spin-off series is a "total drama... it's 85 percent drama, 15 percent comedy." AMC has scheduled »
- Garth Franklin
It's been a long time (15 years to be exact) since Jennifer Garner walked her first Hollywood red carpet alongside her then-husband Scott Foley. In the years since, she's made a name for herself with roles on the small and big screens including Alias and 13 Going on 30; made a life with Ben Affleck and their three children, Violet, Seraphina, and Samuel; and made some pretty impressive appearances in front of the camera. We can't help but notice that while she's gone through plenty of changes along the way, her sparkly smile hasn't changed that much at all. Start scrolling to see the actress and mom, then and now. »
According to a new report from Batman News and their sources, some new details on Batman's voice in the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice" super hero/action flick, have been revealed by Ben Affleck's wife, Jennifer Garner. It turns out that it will be quite growly, decisive and more. In an interview with Empire Magazine, Jen told them, when asked about Ben Affleck's Batman voice: "We were not privy to the Batman voice at home, but I’ve been on set enough to hear bits of it. It’s spot on. Growly and decisive and sexy, if I do say so myself! Exactly what you would hope it to be!” As for the movie, it's still set to hit theaters on March 25th, 2016, and the very first teaser trailer is reportedly coming out in November or December 2014, so stay tuned. »
It’s not unusual for movies to do tie-ins with charitable organizations, or find causes to champion that fit with their subject matter – but it is sort of unusual when we see a superhero movie do it. This is what’s happening with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – which has partnered with the Organization for Bat Conservation to promote National Save the Bats week. Is this a subtle hint that Bat-fleck needs saving in the new movie? Ben Affleck, Zack Snyder and Amy Adams shot this video (alongside some cute kids) to alert fans to the dangers of White Nose Syndrome – a disease that’s decimating bat communities in North America and Canada. You may find yourself thinking “no big deal – we don’t need bats anyway,” and...
- Mike Bracken
Gerard Butler, Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore, Jack O’Connell, Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum, Jean- Marc Vallée, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley to appear on the Hollywood Film Awards, November 14, 2014 on CBS The Hollywood Film Awards today announced the first group of A-list stars scheduled to appear at the live inaugural broadcast of the Hollywood Film Awards, hosted by Queen Latifah, from the Hollywood Palladium Friday, November 14, 2014 (8:00-10:00 Pm, live Et/delayed Pt) on the CBS Television Network. Scheduled to appear are Gerard Butler, Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore, Jack O¹Connell, Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum, Jean-Marc Vallée, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley. The Hollywood Film Awards, the official launch of the awards season, has recognized excellence in the art of cinema and filmmaking for 17 years, honoring some of the world¹s biggest stars. Additional stars attending will be announced soon. Over its 17 year history, the »
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