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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: It took five months to make, but this awesome Lego version of the original Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer is worth the effort and wait and is just in time (via Gizmodo): As one of six honored "Sheroes," Selma director Ava DuVernay received her very own Barbie doll, in her likeness (via Shadow and Act). And here's a custom action figure of E.T. with muscles by Felix Altreus (via Geek Tyrant): In honor of today being Arbor Day, here's a scene from the original Poltergeist reminding you to treat your trees well. They like to eat little kids: This Millennium Falcon play area is now part of Disney Star...
- Christopher Campbell
Debbie Matenopoulos is returning to “The Insider” for an interview series with pioneering women of talk shows. A former panelist for “The View,” Matenopoulos joins the entertainment program as a special correspondent for upcoming sit-downs with format legends Sally Jesse Raphael, Kathie Lee Gifford, Rolanda Watts and Leeza Gibbons. Beginning Apr. 24, the series will also feature current “View” host Nicolle Wallace and formers Lisa Ling, Joy Behar and Jenny McCarthy. Also Read: Former Soap Star Cameron Mathison to Join 'Entertainment Tonight' as Weekend Co-Anchor and Correspondent “This is like coming home; everyone at the show is so much fun. »
- Matt Donnelly
Making a follow up to a massive blockbuster has to be stressful. You want to capture what people loved about the first film, but not just rehash what came before. That.s the position James Gunn finds himself in, but he says there is only one thing that really worries him as he tries to follow up Guardians of the Galaxy. Talking to Entertainment Tonight Online, Gunn revealed that, of all the things about developing Guardians of the Galaxy 2 that could be keeping him up nights, it.s the soundtrack that gives him the most pause. He explains: Originally people kept asking me, .Don't you feel a lot of pressure to do the second movie?. and I didn't in general. But I did feel a little pressure for the soundtrack because so many people loved it and we went platinum and all that other stuff. But I feel like the »
Filmmaker James Gunn admits that in regards to the upcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy" sequel, it's not shooting the actual film that worries him. Rather, it's coming up with the film's soundtrack - the "Awesome Mix, Volume Two"
Gunn tells Entertainment Tonight: "Originally people kept asking me, 'Don't you feel a lot of pressure to do the second movie?’ and I didn't in general, because we had our hands tied behind our back on the first one by having to introduce all those characters, so it seems like doing the second movie is actually easier in that respect. I did feel a little pressure for the soundtrack because so many people loved it and we went platinum and all that other stuff."
He then goes on to say: "the soundtrack in the second one is better. I feel like it's better, so I'm excited about it." He sadly did »
- Garth Franklin
A number of 1970s classics certainly played a major role in the love for Marvel's space epic movie Guardians of the Galaxy, and the "Awesome Mix Vol. 1" soundtrack had everyone hooked on a feeling given it was only the second album of 2014 to go platinum. So, with the sequel set to kick-off summer 2017, does writer-director James Gunn plan to top that with "Awesome Mix Vol. 2"? When Entertainment Tonight spoke James Gunn at Avengers: Age of Ultron red carpet premiere, the filmmaker admitted to feeling pressure about the Guardians 2 soundtrack. "Originally, people kept asking me 'Don't you feel a lot of pressure to do the second movie,' and I didn't in general because we had our hands tied behind our back on the first one. But I had to introduce all those characters so it seems like doing the sequel is actually easier in that respect. But I did feel »
When Entertainment Tonight caught up with David Dastmalchian at the Hollywood premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron earlier this week, the actor best known to the Cbm community as one of the Joker's henchmen in The Dark Knight had discussed his transition from DC to Marvel in the Ant-Man adaptation. "That's like a badge of honor for me," he said. "I'm a comic book nut, I have been my whole life, so to have worked in both universes is pretty cool. That was one of the first things that one of the [Marvel] producers said: 'One of those guys who has done both world'" When asked who would win in a fight between Ant-Man and Batman, David Destmalchian said without any hesitation: "Oh Ant-Man would totally kick Batman's ass." Considering the actor took a beating from Christian Bale's Caped Crusader in The Dark Knight, could Destmalchian's response indicate that he »
Amber Rose doesn't know if she and Wiz Khalifa are getting back together. The couple separated last year but recently sparked rumours they had reunited, and though the 31-year-old model will always regard the 27-year-old rapper - with who she has two-year-old son Sebastian - as her ''family'', she is unsure what the future holds for them. She said: ''I love him, we have a baby together. He's always my family no matter what.'' And asked by 'Entertainment Tonight' if they are getting back together, she admitted: ''I don't know. I think we're just working on our friendship right now and co-parenting for Sebastian.'' Last week, Amber admitted she was ''hoping and praying'' she and Wiz could get their relationship back on track. Alongside a picture of them during happier times, she wrote on Instagram: ''My #ManCrushEveryday you know what it is.... We went wrong somewhere »
Chris Evans, who may have still been slightly Drunky Brewster from filming Jimmy Kimmel Live, was asked by Entertainment Tonight if he is, as the rumors say, off the market. His adorable sputtering speaks volumes about whether he’s truly dating Mirror, Mirror star and daughter of Phil Collins, Lily Collins.
Evans and Collins have been rumored to be dating since last month when they were spotted at dinner together. Evans previously dated Minka Kelly and Collins was once linked with Zac Efron. He didn’t say no, but he didn’t say yes, which means you still have a chance.
- Courtney Enlow
Lip Sync Battle has won over our Thursday nights (at least while Shondaland takes a break). But before Jimmy Fallon turned lip syncing into a nightly skit — and ultimately, its own show — the Kardashian-Jenner family was the first to make it an art.
In a #FlashbackFriday for the books, the Kardashian-Jenners lip sync Katy Perry‘s “E.T.” while on vacation in 2011. What’s most glorious about the video is seeing Kim before Kanye, Kylie pre-humongous lips, Khloe and Lamar so in love, Kourtney and Scott still being Kourtney and Scott, and obviously, Kris Jenner holding it down. Bruce Jenner even makes a cameo.
The Gossip Table has more on the family’s recent trip to Armenia.
[Photo Credit: YouTube] »
- Taylor Ferber
Hollywood is a very small town. In his newly released memoir, So That Happened, Jon Cryer revealed that he once romanced his Two and a Half Men co-star Ashton Kutcher's ex-wife, Demi Moore. Jon, 49, recalled that he and Demi, 52, dated 30 years ago, around the time that they co-starred in the 1984 romantic comedy No Small Affair. When Ashton, 37, replaced Charlie Sheen on CBS' Two and a Half Men in 2011, Jon was afraid to tell him that they shared a mutual ex. "It was awkward in that I'm not sure she even told him that we dated," the actor told Entertainment Tonight Monday. "In our first meeting, we're trying to have that let's-create-that-chemistry meeting, and the whole time I'm »
Jon Cryer's coming clean about his past! The "Two and a Half Men" star opens up about his dating history in his new memoir, "So That Happened," and spoke candidly up about the tell-all in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. In the book, Cryer reveals that he and Demi Moore started dating while filming their 1984 romantic comedy, "No Small Affair -- and Demi never told Jon's "Two and a Half Men" costar Ashton Kutcher about their relationship! "It was awkward in that I'm not sure she even told him that we dated," Cryer confessed in the interview posted on Monday. "In our first meeting, we're trying to have that let's-create-that-chemistry meeting and the whole time I'm looking at him, waiting for him to drop the bomb," he continued. Demi and Ashton officially finalized their divorce in November 2013 after 8 years of marriage -- during the same time Jon and Kutcher »
- tooFab Staff
John Noble is coming to Forever — but don’t worry, he’s not bringing the apocalypse with him.
Noble will play Aubrey Griffin, a wheelchair-bound expert of history and antiques. When a museum curator dies with a cursed Roman dagger in her possession, Aubrey gets caught up in solving the mystery behind the weapon.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
* Syfy has given a pilot order to Incorporated, »
Popular soap opera veteran Cameron Mathison will be joining “Entertainment Tonight” as a full-time correspondent and weekend co-anchor, two insiders familiar with the negotiations told TheWrap. The former “All My Children” star’s duties will include red carpet interviews, celebrity sit-downs and weekend show co-anchoring for the top-rated syndicated CBS Television news magazine, hosted by Nancy O’Dell and Kevin Frazier. Further details on Mathison’s exact start date are unclear. He joins ‘Et’s’ correspondent team that includes Brooke Anderson and newest hire Nischelle Turner, formerly CNN’s on-air entertainment reporter, both who are based in Los Angeles. Wme »
- Matt Donnelly
Mathison will serve as a full-time correspondent and weekend co-anchor for the entertainment newsmagazine, Variety has learned exclusively. He will also work as a fill-in anchor for the show.
The actor and host — best known for his role as Ryan Lavery on “All My Children,” on which he starred from 1998 until the show ended in 2011 — worked as a guest correspondent on “Et” in 2014 when he hosted the Daytime Emmy Awards red carpet coverage.
“Cameron is hard working, charismatic, comfortable on set, on the red carpets and in intimate celebrity one-on-ones,” exec producer Brad Bessey announced. “He’s joined us for special assignments throughout the year, and we are thrilled that he is now a permanent member of the ‘Entertainment Tonight’ team.”
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Though A Haunted House was dismissed by critics (“It’s like watching a snuff film,” commented The Austin Chronicle, “only it’s the audience who’s dying inside”), it made $60 million on a $2.5 million production budget, so a year later audiences were treated to more of the same. As the saying goes, Hollywood was just giving the audience what it wants, so if you’ve ever wondered aloud how such films could exist, don’t restrict you ire to the filmmakers.
This is by no means a recent phenomenon. In 1985, Leonard Maltin gave his shortest ever review when discussing another bungled comedy: “Transylvania 6-5000 stank. I’m Leonard Maltin, Entertainment Tonight.” The picture not only made its money back, »
- Ian Watson
America's most famous family has prestigious ties across the pond. In an interview with heat magazine, British Prime Minister David Cameron confirmed that he is "13th cousins" with the Kardashian family. Cameron and the Kardashians are direct descendants of the two daughters of Sir William Spencer, who was born in 1555, according to Entertainment Tonight.Although Cameron said he doesn't watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians, maybe he can make a cameo on his cousins' show. We'd pay many pounds to see the prime minister work a shift at Dash or help stage an intervention for Rob. Unfortunately, when asked whether »
- Andrea Park, @scandreapark
Not even Katie Holmes can resist the power of Angelina Jolie. The Woman in Gold actress, 36, was in the audience at the Kids' Choice Awards with daughter Suri on Saturday, March 28, when Jolie took the stage to accept the orange blimp for Best Villain -- and just like everyone else who watched the Maleficent star's speech, Holmes was utterly entranced. "I'm such a fan of Angelina," the Dawson's Creek alum gushed to Entertainment Tonight at the March 30 premiere of Woman in Gold. "I think [...] »
Poor Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. Any other week, the estimated $34.6 million opening of their R-rated comedy "Get Hard" would be a huge coup. Instead, they had to settle for coming in a distant second to a surprise kiddie cartoon smash about a little girl and an inept alien.
"Home," the fourth film from DreamWorks Animation in little over a year, was supposed to race neck-and-neck at best with "Get Hard." After all, the film got middling reviews for its relative lack of originality and unlikely voice cast (Jim Parsons and Rihanna?). Plus, it comes from Dwa, the anti-Pixar, an animation house known in recent years for oversaturating the market and for costly flops (most recently, "Penguins of Madagascar"). No one expected it to do better than $30 million.
So how did "Home" manage a stunning debut estimated at $54 million? Maybe its perceived weaknesses were actually strengths. Here are seven secret »
- Gary Susman
With production scheduled to start up next month in Toronto on Suicide Squad, eTalk CTV and The Toronto Sun are reporting that actors Scott Eastwood and Ray Olubowale have joined the cast. No details were given in regards to what characters they may be playing, but there are rumors that Ray Olubowale is playing King Shark, but that has not been confirmed. Hopefully we'll get confirmation about who they are playing as we get closer to production starting up.
The actors join a growing cast that includes Will Smith (Deadshot), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Jared Leto (The Joker), Jai Courtney (Boomerang), Joel Kinnaman (Rick Flagg), Cara Delevingne (Enchantress) and Viola Davis (Amanda Waller). No story details have been confirmed at this time, but hopefully we'll get an official synopsis when production begins on director David Ayer's comic book adaptation. Scott Eastwood last starred in David Ayer's Fury, and »
When Entertainment Tonight spoke recently with Viola Davis, the interviewer had asked the four-time Oscar-nominated actress to choose the “bigger badass” between her character on the hit ABC show How To Get Away with Murder and her role as Amanda Waller in Warner Bros.' Suicide Squad. “You know what that’s a tough one, but I would give it to Amanda Waller,” said Viola Davis in response. “I’ve been doing my research on Amanda Waller and I’m a little scared because she’s really unapologetic. I mean seriously, it's beyond 'she don't play'. She’s on the right side of the law, but really she should probably be at Rikers Island — that’s just my opinion, Amanda!” Despite being a little intimidated by "the Wall", Viola Davis reassures that she is ready to embody the character. Anyhow, Suicide Squad director David Ayer and his star-studded (and ever-growing »
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