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- TMZ Staff
Adele gave up a little privacy to hang out with Beyonce.
Adele and Beyonce, two powerhouse vocalists, are just gal-pals who went out together in London on a double date last night.
News: The Ultimate Quadruple Celeb Date Night
Notorious for being private, Adele, 26, remains out of the spotlight, but she gave up some privacy to go out with the Queen Bey.
News: Adele's New Album Will Be Titled 25
Showing off her legs and thighs, Beyonce was wearing this short floral romper with her new bangs.
Adele has a lot in common with Beyonce »
A Mojang executive recently said that the Minecraft film is unlikely to arrive before 2017.
Talks between Warner Bros and Mojang about a Minecraft film were first announced in February.
Microsoft recently purchased Minecraft and Mojang for $2.5bn. »
Back in February, we reported that Warner Bros. had acquired the rights to adapt the ridiculously popular video game Minecraft into a film with Roy Lee (The Lego Movie) producing alongside Jill Messick (Mean Girls). The open-world game is from Swedish indie developers Mojang Ab, and allows players to create a world with textured cubes. Different modes have the players either fighting for survival or they can simply build away without any restraints aside from a lack of rounded corners. I don't understand Minecraft at all, which makes me feel super-old, but Warner Bros. thinks Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy might have a good take on the material. Hit the jump for more. Deadline reports that Levy is in talks to direct Minecraft, a franchise that could be lucrative due to brand-name recognition, and more importantly, the success of The Lego Movie, which also took blocks and turned »
- Matt Goldberg
Director Shawn Levy may be taking some time off from the "Night at the Museum" franchise to conquer "Minecraft" Warner Bros. is in talks with the director to develop a film version of the hit videogame which the studio is hoping will turn into a mult-film property like their "Lego Movie" series, according to Deadline. In the game, players use their own avatars to build, and destroy, cube structures in an open world filled with nocturnal creatures such as zombies, vampires and giant spiders. The game was first release in 2009 for PC, but has since expanded to other platforms, and features multiplayer options. While little is known about the plot pf the "Minecraft" movie, it will produced by Jill Messick ("Mean Girls") and Roy Lee, who helped guide "The Lego Movie" to massive success. In addition to the "Night at the Museum" films, Levy has directed "Real Steel," "Date Night, »
- Dave Lewis
Exclusive: Warner Bros is in talks with Shawn Levy to develop to direct Minecraft, the hot video game franchise that Warner Bros acquired in February on the heels of the studio’s success with The Lego Movie. The game was created by Swedish indie developer Mojang Ab (mojang means “gadget” in Swedish), and the film is being produced by Roy Lee through his Vertigo banner along with Jill Messick. Lee produced The Lego Movie with Dan Lin, which has sequels and spinoffs planned. Like that film, Minecraft provides a brand name and a blank canvas on which to launch a multiple audience quadrant film franchise. The Xbox version of the game has already sold well over 10 million copies.
In the actual game, players create their own avatar and are dropped into a blank world filled with nocturnal monsters. Players use cubes to create, build, and destroy structures and other forms »
- Mike Fleming Jr
Though we're a little disappointed that Merry Friggin' Christmas doesn't look like all that promising of a film to contain one of the final performances Robin Williams delivered before his untimely death, maybe he'll get a proper send off in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, where he reprises his role as Teddy Roosevelt. A new poster has arrived pegging this one as the final adventure for Ben Stiller and the rest of the museum exhibits (they're pretty much all featured here) that come to life at night. These films have never been masterpieces, but as family friendly adventure comedies, I've enjoyed them. Look below! Here's the new poster for Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb from Fandango: If you haven't watched the teaser trailer for Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, see it here. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is »
- Ethan Anderton
Forget Rayna and Deacon: Nashville‘s new power couple is Rayna and Sadie.
They’ve got no angst. No trauma. No drunken arguments, throwing of rings or hate-banging of backup singers — just two fun ladies, acting sassy toward the paparazzi and singing a duet on stage in front of thousands of people.
Y’know, like my best girlfriends and I do on the average Friday night.
In fact, why not ditch all of the dudes in Music City — at least temporarily — so we can watch these two hot mamas be awesome and make music and have shiny hair. Hell, move Sadie and sad, »
Prepare for this year’s Academy Awards ceremony to be legen — wait for it — dary: Neil Patrick Harris has signed on to host the annual film fete, our sister site Variety reports.
The event will mark Harris’ first time as Oscars emcee, though he has performed on the telecast — most notably in 2010, when he sang and danced his way through the opening number. (Scroll down for video.)
Videos Tony Awards: The Best and Worst (and Wiggiest) Moments
The How I Met Your Mother vet has plenty of experience leading large-scale awards shows; he has hosted two Emmy broadcasts and four Tonys telecasts. »
The good news, first: When Once Upon a Time‘s Emma Swan invites Killian Jones out on their first proper date this Sunday (ABC, 8/7c), the eventual outcome is just this side of magical.
“We actually have a great date,” Jennifer Morrison shared with reporters during a Tuesday set visit in Vancouver. “There are a lot of fun elements to it, because we’re seeing both of them so vulnerable with each other. Emma’s genuinely excited about getting to know this person, hopefully outside of crisis.”
And because she and Hook are not out to battle an evil snowman »
It’s lucky 13 — as in 13th annual edition — for Switzerland’s Lausanne Underground Film Festival, an epic celebration of cinematic weirdness, violence, filth and everything else that makes life worth living. The wild debauchery runs October 15-19.
Other new films include the misanthropic comedy Buzzard by Joel Potrykus; the deep woods psychological thriller Mother Nature by Johan Liedgren; the complex Japanese drama Kept by Maki Mizui; and more.
Luff this year is really stuffed with great retrospectives beginning with a tribute to Beth B, who has been churning out controversial, thought-provoking flicks since the New York No Wave era to know. There will be screenings of her classic films, such as The Offenders and Salvation!, and her latest documentary, »
- Mike Everleth
Apparently, it doesn't take much to date J Law.
Listen up, Chris Martin!
Jennifer Lawrence recently told Vanity Fair five things she's looking for in a boyfriend, which perhaps not surprisingly for the quirky actress, includes a taste for bad reality TV, farting and eating.
Apparently, it doesn't take much to date the beautiful Oscar-winning actress!
"I would just rather have somebody that has the same taste in reality TV," Jennifer dishes. "Shark Tank. Wait, oh, Dance Moms -- that is a good one! O.K., maybe my favorite is Dance Moms, but I do love my Real Housewives. But there’s also -- there's Doomsday Preppers. Hoarders is O.K. I find it gets a little boring after a while, but it's great ... Basically, what I'm saying is all I need in a relationship is somebody to watch TV with me."
She's also looking »
At the age of 19, Gadot joined and served for two years as a soldier in the 'Israel Defense Forces', training as an avid motorcycle rider and weapons handler.
Gadot continues as spokeperson for fashion clothiers "Castro", as well as leading international campaigns for "Captain Morgan" rum, and the "Vine Vera" skincare ranges.
Then Gadot reprised her role as Giselle in "Fast & Furious 6".
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Gal Gadot...
- Michael Stevens
The teaser trailer for this winter's sequel Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb arrived this past summer, and now 20th Century Fox has unveiled a new poster for the film starring Ben Stiller. It's certainly one of the better posters we've seen for the franchise as it takes the ensemble cast that includes Ricky Gervais, Rebel Wilson, Rami Malek and more, and puts them into an M.C. Escher style image with staircases that don't seem to end. Yes, Robin Williams is in the poster too (this is one of his final performances) and you can even spot a tiny Steve Coogan and Owen Wilson if you scan carefully. Look! Here's the new poster for Shawn Levy's Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb from Fox: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is directed by Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum, Real Steel, Date Night »
- Ethan Anderton
Shawn Levy is what happens when someone who has never forgotten what it means to be a boy becomes a dad.
The director of Real Steel, the Night at the Museum movies, and the new bittersweet family comedy This Is Where I Leave You (in theaters now), is an undeniable family guy. The father of four girls, he’s known for making movies about households run amok (2003’s Cheaper By the Dozen) and parents who desperately want an evening away (2010’s Date Night,) as well as fathers who redeem themselves in their kids’ eyes with the help of boxing robots or magical museums. »
- Anthony Breznican
The new family dramedy "This is Where I Leave You" gives us Jason Bateman as a cynical lout, Jane Fonda as a towering matriarch, and Adam Driver as a garrulous wild card. Those characterizations are to be expected, but the surprising actor/role pairing is Tina Fey with her character Wendy Altman, who is more troubled and conflicted than Liz Lemon ever was. Director Shawn Levy, who also helmed the Fey project "Date Night," specifically chose Fey for her role because it would be a stretch for her. In fact, he enjoys pushing Tina Fey away from her comfort zone of wry humor. "I have gotten to know Tina a little bit in real life. A fair bit," Levy told us. "I know she has more colors to her. Different moods to her. I got really excited at the chance of bringing those out and encouraging her to show what »
- Louis Virtel
I can see the headlines now, 'Nicolas Cage in good film shocker!' It's about time too. Knowing, Season of the Witch, Bangkok Dangerous - the taxman sure has a lot to answer for. I haven't enjoyed a Nicolas Cage movie this much since 2005's Lord of War, though parts of me still have a thing for Drive Angry. That might have more to do with Amber Heard than anything else mind. A gripping mix of friendship, violence and redemption erupts in the contemporary backwoods of the South in Joe, a gritty adaptation of Larry Brown's celebrated novel. Directed by David Gordon Green, who is now forgiven for inflicting Your Highness and The Sitter on the world, returns to his Indie roots for a film that finally gives Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage something to sink his teeth into. Nick stars as hard-living, hot-tempered ex-con Joe Ransom, who is »
This is Where I Judge You: In the Great Well of Family Drama, Levy Is Dry
Based on the acclaimed novel by Jonathan Tropper, who adapts his own screenplay, This Is Where I Leave You hardly lives up to the Sirkian soap as its delightfully sappy title would lead you to predict. Tropper, with the aid of mainstream heavy Shawn Levy (who sports a resume that includes those Night at the Museum films and Real Steel), has managed to give us a film that feels like the Grand Hotel of family reunion dramas. A nest of WASPs wades around under the disguise of their mixed Jewish ancestry to gimmicky effect in a drama about a large number of otherwise privileged people chronically unhappy with their inability to transcend their conditioning and seek fulfillment from a fabricated, pedestrian lifestyle. Levy and Tropper aim for middle ground with a portrait of familial »
- Nicholas Bell
“I’ve spent my whole life playing it safe,” whines Judd Altman (Jason Bateman), the middle-class milquetoast at the center of This Is Where I Leave You. Yes, well, so has director Shawn Levy, but on the basis of his latest vacuous trifle he has no apparent intention, as Altman does, of effecting a much-needed change. Doubtless there are more incompetent filmmakers working in Hollywood today, but I’m hard-pressed to think of a more uninteresting one; the dozen-odd dramatic comedies he’s churned out over the past 15 years represent the height of by-committee blandness, each in turn number-crunched and market-calibrated to appeal to the broadest demographic. Films like Date Night and The Internship are nothing if not rousing feats of four- »
We're so excited, but we can't help thinking about Nick's first reality series, and pop-culture phenomenon, 'Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica'.
Breaking reality TV news: Nick Lachey has a new series coming to A&E!
Yes, the same Nick Lachey from the '90s boy-band 98 Degrees, a brief guest stint on One Tree Hill, and a plethora of Trl episodes, has been gifted with a brand-new "docuseries" reality show, and we are way too excited.
Lachey's Bar stars Nick and his brother/former band-mate Drew Lachey in their quest to open a bar in their hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. According to the A&E press release, Nick and Drew have decided to "embark on a lifelong dream of opening a bar together." (Because after achieving world-wide musical fame and selling more than 10 million records worldwide, a bar in Ohio is, of course, the next natural step.)
News: Nick and Vanessa Lachey Expecting Baby No. 2!
Nick and his »
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