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Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy As you may have realised after reading the interview we published with Ben Affleck yesterday afternoon, he's being very careful what he says when it comes to discussing Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. However, we've rounded up a few different interviews for you and they combined make for a pretty interesting read! In a chat with The Today Show above to promote Gone Girl, the actor and director touches on how the film has been conceived in a new and interesting wayt before once again shrugging off the vocal response from fanboys by saying, "You have all of this attention — some of it's positive, some of it's negative. I think, in the end, you make the movie and it either works or it doesn't." (thanks to ComicBook.com for the heads up on that one). In »
Jessica Simpson talks about losing weight in the public eye.
Singer Jessica Simpson is in the constant spotlight over her weight gains and losses, and now she’s addressing how it all makes her feel.
Photos: Jessica Simpson and More Celeb Moms with Their Cute Tots
When people would comment on her weight gain, she says, "I feel like it's just, if anything it empowered me to rise above and stand up for all the women out there that do have trouble losing the weight. And it just wasn't really my priority to please the public and make them, make them feel like I'm supposed to be looking like I did when I was 25."
The 34-year-old married former NFL football player Eric Johnson over this »
“Star Trek 3” is evidently getting ready for takeoff.
According to star Zachary Quinto, filming will begin on the third installment of the rebooted franchise within the next six months.
“I think it’s on the horizon,” Quintowho, who plays Spock in the series, said on “The Today Show.” “Things are rumbling, so I have a feeling that we will be in production sometime in the next six months.”
Quinto had previously said that the movie will most likely revolve around the five-year mission, which is “to to boldly go where no man has gone before.”
“I think the five-year mission will be a part of this next film in some way,” Quinto said in July. “We’re coming up on the 50th anniversary of one of the most iconic sci-fi series in entertainment history »
- Maane Khatchatourian
After wrapping up their Summer concert season, The Today Show has now announced the lineup for their Fall concerts that will begin this October with the recently regrouped Fleetwood Mac. This year, singer Christine McVie has returned to the band she helped make a worldwide sensation after a 15 year absence. McVie is credited for writing many of Fleetwood Mac's chart topping songs including 'Say You Love Me,' 'Don't Stop' and 'Little Lies.' As she's now reunited with Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks -- who together penned five hit studio albums -- for the band's new album and tour. Launched in 1952, The Today Show is the morning news pioneer and considered America’s favorite morning show. The Today Show, hosted by Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford airs live every weekday morning at 7 »
- Pietro Filipponi
To the best of our knowledge, Paramount hasn't yet officially confirmed that Roberto Orci will be directing the 13th Star Trek movie. But then Paramount didn't officially confirm that Alan Taylor was directing Terminator: Genesys until cameras were rolling. It's a fair bet to suggest that Orci has the job of helming the new Star Trek film then, taking over from Star Wars-distraced Jj Abrams.
The plan with the next Star Trek film is to have it in cinemas in 2016, to help celebrate 50 years since the creation of Trek. And Zachary Quinto, in a new interview with NBC's The Today Show, via Trek Movie, has given a quick update that tallies with those timescales. "I think [the next Star Trek movie] is on the horizon", he said. "Things are rumbling, so I have a feeling that we »
Domestic violence has become a national hot topic in the wake of the shocking video of NFL player Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancee in an elevator, and now actress Robin Givens, who allegedly suffered spousal abuse from ex-husband Mike Tyson, is speaking out on the issue. Appearing on The Today Show on Friday, Givens calls the Rice tape a “game-changer” if simply for the fact that the video takes the credibility issue off the table. “It's hard to be believed,” Givens said of her own experience and in talking to other domestic abuse victims. “Being believed is an issue.” Also read: Chris Brown's Advice. »
- Linda Ge
It's personal. The Today show's Tamron Hall spoke with Vice President Joe Biden about domestic violence this week, after the scandal involving NFL player Ray Rice and his wife Janay dominated headlines. For Hall, the issue hits close to home. "It's personal for millions of families, including my own," Hall, 43, said in a segment for NBC News on Tuesday, Sept. 9. "In 2004, my own sister was found dead in her home. While no one was ever brought to justice, police told my family, all signs [...] »
Great news for tween readers, bad news for teenagers in Shadyside, Ohio. R.L. Stine is bringing Fear Street back, which means even more dead teenagers in the never quiet town and a whole new generation of readers who’ll stay up late to finish their book and then be too terrified to fall asleep. Six new books will hit bookstores starting in September with Party Games (I’m guessing most of the games end in death, so don’t play).
I was never into Goosebumps, but I read most of the Fear Street series as a kid. My favorite was the 99 Fear Street trilogy, because after so many teens were killed by the house, why would you return to it to film a movie? And why would you play your older sister, who was one of the teens who died, in said movie? Nonsensical in the best way. Anyway, I »
- Mily Dunbar
A lot has been written about Jurassic World, the fourth film in the dinosaur franchise but the first to try and resurrect the series after years of complacency. Some of the information has come straight from the cast, as when co-leads Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard hosted The Today Show on the Louisiana set. Some has come from set spies, leaking footage of things we likely weren.t supposed to see. But co-star Vincent D.Onofrio says that the story online is mostly wrong, and he should know. He.s in the movie! Vincent D.Onofrio spoke with Screen Crush recently about his role in the indie film Mall, as well as the upcoming Netflix series Daredevil, where he has been cast as The Kingpin of crime, Wilson Fisk. While they had him, though, the site also asked about Colin Trevorrow.s Jurassic World, which has wrapped its filming »
Rumours suggest that original cuts of Star Wars are heading to Blu-ray. But how likely is that? Ryan weighs up the possibilities...
For many Star Wars fanatics, the special edition release of the Original Trilogy back in 1997 was a bittersweet moment. On one hand, it offered us the chance to see George Lucas's space opera films in their natural habitat: on a huge cinema screen.
Then there's the restoration to consider: Lucasfilm took the original Star Wars negatives from its archives and cleaned them up, removing years of dirt and scratches, and restoring the colours to their original balance. Thanks to the efforts of people like effects supervisor Dave Carson and his team, Darth Vader's outfit was once again black and imposing, not an embarrassing shade of faded blue.
During this process, however, George Lucas decided to make a number of small yet significant alterations: the insertion of new effects shots, »
Children and grown-ups alike flocked to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in its first weekend of release, and now Hollywood is betting the the '90s nostalgia wave will last least two more years - on Wenesday, Lionsgate announced that its Mighty Morphin Power Rangers reboot will hit theaters on Jully 22, 2016. The studio has signed the the writers of Thor, to produce a script off a story by Star Trek's Robert Orci. There are no plot details yet, but knowing that Lionsgate was the studio behind Ender's Game, The Hunger Games and I, Frankenstein, it's likely the Power Rangers movie »
- Nate Jones, @kn8
Triple H and WWE released a video today of the COO and superstar taking the “Ice Bucket Challenge.”
The challenge is a tool used to help serve Als charities and raise awareness for the disease.
Als (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) is progressive neurodegenerative disease that impacts nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. The disease gradually makes it difficult for sufferers to walk and communicate verbally. The challenge has went viral and was originally the brainchild of former college athlete Pete Frates, who has battled the disease since 2012.
Triple H was challenged by Pittsburgh Steelers star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who also challenged comedian Kevin Hart and broadcaster Merril Hoge. Triple H would go on to challenge Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Vince McMahon who he referred to as “the craziest person he knows.”
Upon completing the challenge, Triple H also performed his signature water spit.
Tons of »
- Sean Ross Sapp
Savannah Guthrie is in baby heaven! The Today show co-host shared new pictures of her baby girl Vale during the morning program on Friday, Aug. 15 — and called in to talk to her NBC pals about her first few days as a new mom. "I feel like life just started. I just can't get over the joy she brings — it's beyond words," the 42-year-old told Matt Lauer and Natalie Morales. "The moment she was born I cried — I look at her so proud and [...] »
Now those are some killer Kardashian curves! Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian stepped out in the Hamptons in New York on Tuesday, rocking some sexy skin-tight dresses. Mrs. Kanye West rocked a short-sleeved Lbd with jeweled heels and her hair styled straight, while Kourt looked like a vision in white wearing a lace, long-sleeved dress, printed sandals and her hair in curls. Photos: Kim Kardashian's Hottest TwitPics.The expecting star also put her growing belly on display in the gorgeous number. The 35-year-old announced she's expecting baby number three with longtime boyfriend Scott Disick back in June. This is the second time Kourt has sported a white lace ensemble in the past week. Over the weekend she surprised us all by stepping out in a bodysuit that put it allll out there. This new look is a vast improvement!Kourtney's not the only Kardashian sister with babies on »
- tooFab Staff
Katie Holmes it trying her best to give Suri Cruise a normal life.
Matt Lauer asked her point blank if the uber famous actress can give Suri the normal Toledo, Ohio upbringing that Katie had as a child.
To this question, Katie responded, "I think, of course, you try your best. I try very hard because I am very grateful for my upbringing and my parents and siblings. I try to do what they did for me for my little one."
Katie also opened up about motherhood and what is important to her. "The most important thing for me is letting her know how proud I am and that »
No day but Today. That's from Rent, but you should forgive us for the pun: Kathie Lee Gifford revealed Friday on the Today show that she's written an 18-minute musical featuring the show's anchors and crew. (Whether it'll be loosely based on La Boheme has not yet been confirmed.) Featuring the astounding title of Not Today and Tomorrow's Not Looking Good Either, the musical will include guest-star Regis Philbin, and may air sometime before the end of the year. "It's going to be live and it's going to be so much fun," Gifford said. While we're on the topic of Today show adaptations: Last year, »
- Alex Heigl, @alex_heigl
I am woman, hear me bust ghosts
The rumor is Sony (who owns Columbia Pictures) has been in talks with Feig about the project. Representatives with Sony have declined to comment.
While fans appear to be split regarding the concept, the idea is nothing new. Longtime Ghostbuster fans will recall an episode of The Real Ghostbusters where Janine Melnitz (voiced by Laura Summer) actually gets wears the proton pack for the first time in the episode Janine's Genie back in 1986. Her reddish-brown jumpsuit would »
- email@example.com (Jonathan M Cook)
It's the bad-movie franchise that Twitter built. When Sharknado – the saga of a man, his chainsaw and a bunch of poorly CGI'd sharks flying through the air in L.A. – aired on Syfy last year, it became a surprise social-network sensation, racking up enough mentions to compete with the likes of Game of Thrones. Suddenly the Asylum, the production house known for direct-to-video knockoffs like Transmorphers and Syfy schlock like Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus, had a hit on its hands. The sequel, which debuted tonight, had an expensive NYC setting, »
Sharknado star Ian Ziering stopped by The Today Show this morning to chat about last summer’s ridiculous hit and the upcoming sequel: Sharknado 2: The Second One. And he brought along a new clip that features some of Today’s familiar faces.
According to Roker’s meteorological analysis, it looks like there will be two(!) Sharknados hitting Manhattan in the sequel, and that it’s possible they’ll merge somewhere on the Upper East Side, leading to a possible EF5 Sharknado.
After previewing the clip, »
- Jackson McHenry
You thought this story was over, didn’t you? You thought there was no way that Ghostbusters 3 could go ahead, not after the tragic death of Harold Ramis and the total non-involvement of Bill Murray. Well, you’re wrong! We’re all wrong! Dan Aykroyd says that Ghostbusters 3 is going ahead, and no one will ever convince him otherwise!
In an interview with The Today Show (via The Playlist), Aykroyd once more reassured us that Ghostbusters 3 is indeed going forward. Although details continue to be scant (when were they ever not?), Aykroyd did inform anyone who would listen that there are plans to start shooting in the spring, and that “it should be good.” Should it, Dan?
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
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